[DML] Re: Left directional woes
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[DML] Re: Left directional woes

I currently have the same problem with my car too, and it's with the 
wiring harness. Pull the Lamp Assembly out, and it blinks just fine. 
Remount the Assembly, and it goes to a fast blink again. If I bend and 
flex the wiring harness connecting to the plug, I can both simutate, 
or remedy the problem depending upon how far I bend the wires. Even if 
I do manage to get the wires packed back in to get rid of the fast 
blink, it will only fix it for a couple of miles or so.

If you discover a fix, let me know. Otherwise, I figure I'll have to 
buy a new Taillamp Harness.

Quick FYI: If you look in your local autoparts store, you can find a 
nice wire brush specificly for cleaning Light Bulb Sockets. It's only 
a couple bucks, and works quicker and more efficient than sand paper, 
or pencil erasers at removing oxidation. It comes in handy for both 
regular car maintenance, and is a must have if you've got a boat 

vin 6585 "X"

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Slupski" <slupa@...> wrote:
> I cannot seem to find a way to get my left rear directional bulb to 
> stay in the socket.  I'm now on my third citcuit board (a "new one" 
> from DMC). It works fine for a time but after a while I get the fast 
> blink again.  The bulb is fine and I don't really want to get 
> circuit board.  I have tried pushing the connector on the board up 
> down with a pencil eraser and I have tried squeezing the clamps 
> the bulb a bit but performance is still intermittent.  Any thoughts?

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