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Old 09-24-2012, 09:42 PM
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....its likely that the rod may have bent over time from frequent use
This is a good tech thread so I'll just give a chuckle.
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not yet. dont have a 8mm wreck just socket. im going to borrow one from my moms boyfriend.

need to work on the wiring. when i was messing with the bright light wiring think i shot the fuses. i hit the fog light switch of high beams and the indicator doesnt come on.


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blow bulb?
i just saw this. fml

not i dont think so. i hooked up the wires. and now when i hit the high beams the indicator doesnt come on or when i hit the fog lights. hmmm.

fog lights are on a relay. highs are supposed to have a fuse? but in the slot on lh and rh side there are no metal tabs in there.

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dropped my steering column today. much easier with it dropped. adjusted the switch no problem.
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Yes after messing with my wiper switch and ignition i realize it is a lot easier. I'll have to edit the write up and add that. I need to adjust them more anyway.
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Thanks so much!! Just did this today but I didn't need to unscrew the switch and move it I just jiggled the bar on the left and somehow it started working.
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Thanks so much!! Just did this today but I didn't need to unscrew the switch and move it I just jiggled the bar on the left and somehow it started working.
Glad it helped. I'm guessing most only need a little nudge to get them working again.
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