At the risk of taunting the Prince of Darkness himself to curse me, I
must agree with Gary's comments. I have found that Lucas parts get a
bad wrap because for the most part, the ones on our cars are old! I
can't think of something that has gone wrong on a Lucas component in one
of my cars that wasn't just the result of age. Heck, after 40 years,
some of *my* parts are worse for the wear!
The only possible exception is the hazard switch on my TR250. That
little puppy contains something like five or six parts. I do feel that
another manufacturer would have designed it to be less fiddly.
And I repeat -- it's just not safe to drive in the rain. Or after dark,
for that matter. :o)
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