[DML] Ye Olde Door light/buzzer switch
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[DML] Ye Olde Door light/buzzer switch



Hi all,
Given the DeLorean's age and taking into account the unavoidable 
wear and tear one puts on any car from driving, I've noticed my 
driver's side gullwing switch shakes a lot when driving down a bumpy 
road or a freeway. The door stays shut thankfully! But, this in turn 
causes the internal lights in my car to flash on and off, providing 
me a rather unhealthy distraction esp. while driving at night. I 
tried tightening up the screws and disconnecting/reconnecting the 
plugs, but I can't seem to get her to stay firmly connected. Has 
anyone else had similar problems? Does anyone know if there are ways 
to keep the parts more firmly in place? I thought of cutting the 
little rubber boot covers on the switches a bit, so that they would 
push in more securely, but I don't want to break them with the door 
when I shut it. (I really hope I don't strip out the screw holes 
just by driving around!) My buzzers don't even seem to work anymore-
not that I care. I hate that sound. Any suggestions?
-Johnny
VIN#10715 82'
Romeo, MI










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