cnaarndt at gmail.com
Tue Nov 5 18:31:19 MST 2013
I restore the trafficator units and can help you with your project.
On Tue, Nov 5, 2013 at 5:01 PM, Michael J Maloney <mikljmal at gmail.com>wrote:
> Getting the wires through the tube is not a problem.I redid my wires a
> couple of weeks ago.I'll help you with that task.
> I'm 72 today, so i can''t remember where,either VB or Moss. Perhaps Tom's
> or someone on the List, in Canada, could help with accessing the wires?
> I am assuming that your wires did not fuse to the inside of the tube.
> Mike Maloney
> 66 HLY
> On Tue, Nov 5, 2013 at 6:25 PM, Dr. C. Rubino <ruvino at ripnet.com> wrote:
> > So I have an auxiliary fuse (35 a) on the ignition switch. One of those
> > plastic case jobs and it fried the fuse into the plastic as it melted.
> > Also pulled my trafficator again and there are some breaks in the
> > wiring-obviously Bob did not replace the wiring when he did all of the
> > other wiring-probably figured I would never look at it. Randy figures
> > was a loose connection that allowed the thing to overheat then fuse.
> > Did you recently replace your trafficator wiring? Where did you get it.?
> > Was it a hassle?
> > Carl
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