Just a quick note on quality replacement bulbs. My "big"cars have
been Toyota for many years, 150K on a 1990 Cressida ... not one bulb
burned out. 125K on a 1998 Avalon ... no bulb failure ... 85K on
2004 Sienna ... one bulb (stop/turn) failed ... Bought the
replacement from ... Toyota. No problems since.
Using this logic, when the bulbs on the TR6 started going I replaced
them with Toyota bulbs. Not one failure since. So wherever Toyota
gets their bulbs,must be pretty good, and perhaps a source that
could help defeat the "Prince" ... at least that is my experience
>On 29 Aug 2008 at 8:25, email@example.com wrote:
>> Thanks for the reponse. The scenario is I replace the bulb. Bulb works
>> with lights on and when brake is depressed.
>> At some point in the future, when the brake is depressed, light does not
>> get brighter.
>Yes, but...but... A few other replies have already touched on the
>issue but I'll continue anyway.
1957 TR3 TS16765L
1970 TR6 CC59179L
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