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Re: Saskia fails her MOT!

To: spitfires@autox.team.net
Subject: Re: Saskia fails her MOT!
From: Phillip <metaz76@earthlink.net>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2001 19:58:27 -0400
Thanks to the help of the list I finally found my electrical problems, well 
most of them any way.  With the tip that a list member gave about 
tightening the fuse holders I was able to get the lights to work.  My 
problem was not that the fuses were loose but that the fuse box clips 
needed to be cleaned.  I did that this afternoon and now I can drive the 
car at night.  I only have one question, are the headlights supposed to be 
connected to one of the 3 fuses?  After I had all the fuses out I realized 
that I had not turned the light switch off and the headlights were still on 
with no fuses.

Ok, so I actually have two questions, what would cause the rear wheel on 
the driver's side lean in more then the passenger's side?  The passenger's 
wheel is almost vertical while the driver's side has a very noticeable tilt 
in at the top.  Thanks for all the help in getting me this far in my 
project I would probably still be trying to get the car road worthy without 
the help I have found here!

76 Spitfire


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