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Re: Rebuit vs. Replace

To: <RevdSpridget@aol.com>, <Ajhsys@aol.com>, <spritenut@Exit109.com>
Subject: Re: Rebuit vs. Replace
Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2002 19:39:42 -0400
Cc: <spridgets@autox.team.net>
References: <1a0.459b446.2a4b8c6f@aol.com>
hmmmm, then explain the original screw treminal bugeye switch on my car not
leaking now , after 13 years of silicone....let alone any other failures!

28 years of ownership and counting!  :)
----- Original Message ----- While I am absolutely 100% AGAINST that rubbish
sillycone brake fluid I have
> found that using a regular fluid my first hydraulic brake light switch
> about 16+ years but subsequent ones last about a year maybe 2 and they
> not pattern or cheap replacements.
> RS
> In a message dated 26/06/02 14:36:47 Greenwich Standard Time,
> writes:
> > because of those switches that melted from DOT 5 fluid?  (Don't
> > blame it on the Chinese brake light switch!)  Castrol GT LMA would have
> > saved
> > you all the trouble, and it still works to stop the car!  Am I right or
> > I
> > right or am I right?  :-)

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