[DML] Re: Tail Lights
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[DML] Re: Tail Lights

The muffler bracket fails when there is too much strain on it - 
usually caused by the muffler being too loose at the cat. In any 
event the bracket is weak in design and can be reinforced by welding 
a small brace over the outside edge.

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "geoff_ombao" <geoff_ombao@...> wrote:
> After cleaning the board the brake light worked fine ... then it
> didn't. I think I'll just purchase some upgraded boards and put the
> originals away for posterity. As much as I like to keep my car
> original, safety comes first!
> One more question: while inspecting my engine, I saw that my muffler
> bracket (part #108200; located on the right side of the engine,
> attached to the alternator, muffler, and block) was cracked. The
> original cracked similarly a year ago (and was replaced), so I was
> surpised to see a new part fail so quickly. Is this piece known to
> have a high failure rate?
> Thanks to everyone for their advice!
> - Geoff
> Novice Car Nut

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