[DML] Re: Possible electric problem - horn and lights
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[DML] Re: Possible electric problem - horn and lights

Actually there are twoo groun points, one at each side of the car on 
top of the front frame extension, near the horns. Unscrew, clean and 
use copper grease to re-assemble.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Peter Lucas <lucas@...> wrote:
> SInce no one else answered:
> Problems like this are almost invariably traceable to a bad 
> which causes current leakage back through random circuits.
> Track down the ground point for the circuits in question (I am  
> guessing that it is the one on the frame in front of the brake 
> cylinder, but I am not sure).   Take it apart, shine everything up 
> I bet you will be fine.
> --Pete Lucas
>    VIN #06703

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