[DML] Re: tail lights/brake lites
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[DML] Re: tail lights/brake lites



Most electrical problems are best fixed by using a voltmeter or a test
light. You really have to have *some* basic test equipment to properly
diagnose electrical problems. You don't have to spend a fortune, you
can get a cheap meter in Radio Shack. The other VERY important thing
you will need is a wiring diagrahm. With these things you can "follow
the electric" and see where it is stopping. I can point out many of
the more common problems but often it can be something unusual that
was messed up by a previous owner or his mechanic. If you really know
nothing about automotive electrical systems there are many good books
on the subject.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "rdcejc@..." <rdcejc@...> wrote:
>
> Got my D back from the shop.  Runs great once warmed up.  Turn
signals were not working but when I changed the fuse the Right rear
works great but the left rear does not work.  I changed the bulb still
no luck... Could it be the assembly that needs replacing on the left re








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