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



I did the following to my car and have not had a problem since.
   
  From: ChrisAU79Date: Sun, 27 Aug 1995 10:27:48 -0400
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Painted Cars and Taillights


(snip)
Tired of your rear lights working when they feel like it? Go to Radio Shack
and buy one package Cat.# 64-3010, and one package Cat.# 64-3017 ( small
machine screws and nuts ). Remove your light boards and put one screw through
each of the hollow rivets holding the light sockets. Tighten these down with
a vengence. This improves electrical contact immensely. Fixed mine, try it.
Thanks to Knut Grimsrud! Additional: If your boards are dirty, clean them
first. RS also sells an oxide cleaner that seems to work.

"rdcejc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <rdcejc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 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 rear. Other problem (big) no brake lights.. Running lights ok, no back up lights either. Any suggestions will be most appreciated.
Ed 
6944


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