[DML] Re: Electrical Gremlins
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[DML] Re: Electrical Gremlins

Go to a plumbing supply and get some of the little brushes they use to
clean the insides of copper fittings before soldering them. After
cleaning up the tailight boards as good as you can either solder the
rivets to the traces or get some tiny screws and nuts to tighten up
the rivets for better contact. Test the reverse switch with a meter.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "geoff_ombao" <geoff_ombao@...> wrote:
> Greetings All,
> Well, after two years of "blissful" Delorean ownership, I just got
> another Delorean! Probably the second silliest thing I've ever done. :)
> Anyway, I'm now in the process of banishing some gremlins, and have a
> couple of questions:
> 1) Does anyone know the proper way to clean a bulb and socket? When
> signaling, my directionals worked only in "fast blink" mode. I
> replaced the rear boards/bulbs, and cleaned the front bulbs and
> sockets with rubbing alcohol. Now they all blink fine, but the left
> front parking light is out. I think  that the connection isn't clean
> enough.
> 2) The reverse lights are inoperative. Since I installed new
> boards/bulbs, I think it must be the revers light switch. I searched
> the shop manual, but can't find its location. Any suggestions?
> Thanks in advance for any feedback!
> - Geoff
> 10718 and now 16432 too!
> PS: Is anyone else having problems accessing delorean.com?

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