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Old 02-14-2012, 01:00 PM   #1
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Right now, when my headlights are off my turn signals work fine. However, when I turn my headlights on I have to manual switch on and off my passenger side turn signal. It looks like its always on the brightest setting and when I hit the switch it dims. Im pretty sure it has something to do with how its wired. Can someone tell me which wire should be attached to which?

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Right now, when my headlights are off my turn signals work fine. However, when I turn my headlights on I have to manual switch on and off my passenger side turn signal. It looks like its always on the brightest setting and when I hit the switch it dims. Im pretty sure it has something to do with how its wired. Can someone tell me which wire should be attached to which?
Trace the wires in your Chilton's or Haynes manual to see which one does what and what color(s) they are.
It sounds like it is not wired through the flasher correctly.
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Yea, I dont have either manual yet unfortunately. But Ill be getting one (or both) soon

I had one more issue that Id like opinions on, if thats alright. My driver door isnt sealing properly at the top of the car. After making sure it was lined up, I realized that the door is "sheared" at the back and the whole top of the door moves in/out at speeds over 45mph. Im not sure what I could do to fix it. At worst, Ill just grab a new door...just wondering if you guys think it could be welded, bondo'd, etc.


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Yea, I dont have either manual yet unfortunately. But Ill be getting one (or both) soon

I had one more issue that Id like opinions on, if thats alright. My driver door isnt sealing properly at the top of the car. After making sure it was lined up, I realized that the door is "sheared" at the back and the whole top of the door moves in/out at speeds over 45mph. Im not sure what I could do to fix it. At worst, Ill just grab a new door...just wondering if you guys think it could be welded, bondo'd, etc.


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It can be welded, ground down, prepped and repainted.That happens when people grab the top of the door window frame a lot when opening and closing it.
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Thanks again Trojan! You're my hero
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