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Quote from: Jan S on 10 October 2021, 05:32 PMThe cable has circulare "teeth" at the motor-end. If this part of the cable is worned out you need to buy a new cable.I cleaned the tube by spraying break cleaner from the front end. I also used a small bottle brush and a thin steel thread at each end (in case the brush got stuck). Worked fine, but be careful to make a smooth knot when tying the brush to the steel thread to avoid getting stuck. And you need a bucket in the trunk to catch the greasy brake cleaner.I let the brush go through 3 times and dry for 1-2 days before greasing and assembling the cable.
Quote from: mrkozzy on 12 October 2021, 01:55 AMFollowing your article with interest. Nice to see someone else at it rather than myself. Keep up the enthusiasm.Anyway some time ago you wrote.........Quote from: rumb on 24 August 2021, 11:18 AMDepending on the year, one could 1 or 2 more bulbs into the rear lights. But all that wiring should be inside the housing.It's a 78, it has a extra bulb in one side but not the other ?The 1 x extra bulb will be in your RHS (Drivers) side tailight assembly. (RHD). This extra bulb "IS" your rear fog lamp. You only get one of these on the rear. Hence the extra bulb
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