[DML] Re: Troubles with Delores 17076
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[DML] Re: Troubles with Delores 17076

For the defroster light, make sure you have the right bulbs in the
right spots in the panel. If it IS the defroster bulb that is on then
maybe the switch is bad.
 For the "transmission fluid" I think you mean the brake fluid from
the clutch system. Figure on replacing the master and slave clutch
cylinders and the hose if it is not the steel braided one.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Parts Pit Mike <thepartspit@...> wrote:
> Hi gang,
>   A few questions for the experts as 17076 "Delores" begins to
emerge from Winter hibernation.
>   1. The rear defroster light is now always on. What might THAT be?
>   2. The transmission fliud had begun been dripping out last summer.
Nothing major and she just required a top up of Dot 4 from time to
time. I put a shoe mat on the floor of the garage and the drips ended
up there. 
>   While the engine was exercised regularly over the winter...
conditions here in Toronto Canada prevented any actual drives from
late December till now. Went to get her moving last week and found
that the clutch goes straight to the floor with no resistance. Opened
the tranny fluid reservoir under the hood and it is empty... with
nothing on the garage floor so I likely now have fluid trapped
somewhere in the underbody. 
>   Any and all thoughts and suggestions appreciated.
>   "Parts Pit" Mike and "Delores" 17076
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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