Re: [DML] Re: Clutch replacement advice
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Re: [DML] Re: Clutch replacement advice

Bill Robertson,

I agree with your philosophy about the cars, and that whenever something stops working it gives me a perfect opportunity to upgrade the mechanics and design.  Not anything grotesque, but whatever will keep making more of a perfect car.  How did you rewire your A/C panel so that it only becomes lit when the headlights are on.  I have been wanting to change that for a while because recently I noticed that panel getting quite hot during the day.

Adrian Dunker

>>Flaws in the exterior lighting circuit hold a special place in my
heart because they almost burned my car up. Not only is the dash
switch unfused, but everything after it (or not after it, as the case
may be) is misdesigned. Why, for example, is the A/C panel constantly
illuminated, even in broad daylight? Unless an owner wants to melt his
or her plastic overlay, there's no reason to leave that part of the
circuit stock. Same with automatic gear shift illumination. It's been
many years since I threw my rear window defroster switch away (there's
a useless piece of engineering), but isn't it constantly illuminated
as well? The cigarette lighter bulb is the only one keyed to the
headlight switch. 

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