[DML] Re: Body Care
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[DML] Re: Body Care



Hi Ed,

     Glad to have you as a new DeLorean owner.  This is the place to 
get answers for your questions.  

     One thing over looked on the parking brake is the rubber 
covering for the handle. It may not be going all the way down because 
the bottom part gets stuck on the carpet.  As you release the handle 
and lower it, also squeeze the bottom part of the rubber cover to 
make sure it goes down between the carpeting.  

     Everything stated about stainless care is great, but you can go 
further.  The car has twenty-five years of oxydation on the metal. To 
really get it looking like new stainless, you need to clean and 
polish the metal.  I have found the spray cleaners aren't as 
effective.  I haven't tried them all.  My wife sells a liquid 
cleaner/polish which will clean and shine the stainless like new.  It 
will also take out many stains other products don't.  It will leave 
the car spot free after a rain.
  
    To buy a bottle email to; topgunster@xxxxxxxxxxxx

BOB - - - - - 808
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--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "outatym2001" <markman660@...> wrote:
>
> Ed,
> To answer your second question first look at page 6,2,1 in the 
parts manual and there is a 
> Warning Light Switch part number 100822.  When lowering your 
parking brake handle it's 
> supposed to depress the switch and cut the power to the red brake 
light on the instrument 
> cluster.  On my DeLorean I had to remove the drivers seat (four 
nuts underneath the body) 
> and then pop the two black plastic panel buttons (SP10687) then 
remove the carpet 
> parking brake cover (108070) then you will see what I'm trying to 
describe.
> Another thing to cause your red brake light on the instrument 
cluster to stay on is you're 
> really, really, really, really, really, really low on brake fluid.  
You might want to check that 
> first.
> 
> Mark R. Vanyo.
> VIN 02261.
> P.S. Still working on your first question.
> 
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Ed Wenger" <wewenger@> wrote:
> >
> > Just bought my 1982 DeLorean with delivery last week.  What is the
> > correct care for the stainless body?  Also dash brake light stays 
on
> > after release of parking brake, simple fix?
> > 
> > Thanks.
> > 
> > Ed
> >
>




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