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Old 03-19-2008, 06:02 PM
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Default Update On The Restoration Work On My '59 "Yellow Rose"

Hi PetrolHead & Tbird8!

Thanks for the suggestion about spraying the switch. I will try that. We did not get into the actual problem today, but that is something that I can troubleshoot on my own. I might get lucky like you did and fix the problem with some contact spray. If not, I think I remember there being a fuse in that line to that switch on the wiring schematic. I can check that fuse if there is one. Then start checking continuity and connectivity of the wiring. If push comes to shove, as a last resort, I guess it will be time to pull the motors and start checking them.

Tbird, I got a good laugh out of your comment about the seat! Yup, us guys have a thing about putting seats back in the right position also. Only it is not the toilet seat we are thinking of! lol... Anyone else have suggestions of things to check? I am gonna go find the contact spray and spray around the contact. I will probably have to get it off the seat to do a better job, but I will see how lucky I get. Thanks!

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