Re: [DML] Engine Complartment Light
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Re: [DML] Engine Complartment Light



We've seen quite a few where the problem is the light fixture itself. The connection gets corroded where the rivet goes between the wire lug and the bulb, and I have not found a good way to un-rivet it and actually repair it. Given the cost of the fixture vs labor time I don't think I will be trying either. 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, mike clemens <rmclemns@...> wrote:
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> David,   First, did you check the bulb with 12 volts directly applied to the bulb connectors, or did you use an ohmeter to check resistance.  



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