[DML] Re: door marker lights
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[DML] Re: door marker lights

I have a similar problem, but my fuse is actually in one piece. For
some odd reason, my passenger side gullwing lights will not work
properly, and the switch actually sparked quite a great deal. I took
it apart before it could cause any (further) damage. The odd thing is,
I had the car since 2004, and they have worked fine since. I installed
the new LED kit back in March or so, and for a while that was fine
too. Lawrence Lormand helped me test it during one of the MI
get-together's, and we got a current all throughout the door, so he
seemed to think that the short is somewhere up inside the roof part of
the harness. My driver's side works fine though. We got the passenger
side to spark off of almost anything, including the hood, wipers, etc.
-John Rydholm
#10715 Romeo, MI soon-to-be Weston, MO

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Christopher Mack
<christopher_mack@...> wrote:
> ED,
>   I don't know why that is happening.  You could replace the door 
lights with LED's to reduce the current draw so that the fuse won't 
blow.  Try it and let me know what happens
>   -Chris
>   DMC6453
> rdcejc <rdcejc@...> wrote:  Has anyone had trouble with the door
marker light fuse blowing.  It 
> seems that if I leave the door open for more than five minutes it 
> blows the fuse.  I've put a larger 15amp fuse in but it blew too. Any 
> suggestions are welcome
> Ed
> 6944

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