[DML] Spacing
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[DML] Spacing

I have owned 6452 for over 15 years.  I decided to add a 3rd brake 
light which is the first "modification" of the car from stock.  I 
mounted them (two seperat lights) on the top of the first louver 
against the center brace and they look great.

I wired them down to the back and connected them to the green and 
purple wire and the ground in the back of the car and everything works 
well. I decided while I was at it I would "clean up" the tail lights, 
check the screws that I had added to the light sockets (I guess that 
was actually the first mod)and then clean up the license plate holder.

I used "Back to Black" on the black trim on the lights and they look 
new. I repainted the the license plate holder and it looks OK.

Anyway, I put it all back together and I noticed that the gap between 
the license plate holder and the tail light assembly, on the left side, 
is significantly less than on the right side.  Truthfully, I never 
noticed this before I took it apart so I am wondering if this is normal?

I did try to "adjust" it by moving the tail light assembly or the 
license plate holder but it is really not adjustable.  Is this normal?  
is there a way to fix this short of patching the holes and moving the 
license plate holder over a 1/4 of an inch?

Just wondering.....

Scot Stern

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