Re: [DML] Re: Mysterious Buzzing Sound & Brake Light Problem
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Re: [DML] Re: Mysterious Buzzing Sound & Brake Light Problem

I'd take the"firewall" to mean the one between you and the engine, but 
if you mean by your feet, then it could be your fuel pump and the rpm 
relay is either stuck or has been bypassed, but that'd flatten a battery 
fairly quickly. I think Paul's probably correct and it's your buzzer. 
Mine wasn't connected when I bought my car and soon discovered why. 
Plugged it in - Buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.................. and so on. It got 
unplugged about 20 seconds of continuous buzzing later.

Okay, time to get something off my chest: If the buzzer actually told me 
something I might actually want to know, for example, oh, I don't 
know.... THAT I'D LEFT MY LIGHTS ON, I might plug it back in. I mean, 
every other car with a buzzer tells you this, don't they?!?!?!

Your brake light relates to the handbrake and also to low fluid level in 
your brake master cylinder.


>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Bobby Mims" <bmims1@...> wrote:
>>I have a mysterious buzzing sound emanating from the firewall area 
>of my DeLorean.  It continues after the ignition is turned off.  I 
>have disconnected the battery but it starts again when reconnected.  
>I am at a loss for a possible cause.  Any idea would be appreciated.
>>The brake light indicator lamp is constantly on in my instrument 
>panel but the emergency brake is not engaged.  

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