I'm just putting my '66B back together. The directional indicator
lamps are giving me some grief. The right indicator bulb works fine,
but the left one, doesn't work at all. After a little investigation
with a voltmeter, it appears there is a 4v drop differential between
the left and right lamp sockets. The blinker blinks faster than my
voltmeter can display, so there is a fluctuation of readings. But the
right one fluctuates between 9.15v and 4.5v while the left one is 6v to
2v. I have narrowed the difference down to the lamp housing.
Question 1: Am I misdiagnosing this?
Question 2: Can I fix this either by replacing the lamp holder or some
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