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ginner999

Faulty indicators

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Ive been having people wave at me very often lately and its not that they know me.

Yes youve guest it they are mad with me piping the horn fingers up shouts etc all because I never indicated some people sdont have patients.

So the fault came on intermitantly and then totally off, looked at the fuse then took it to the garage who said it was the indicator stork so they ordered it and when they tried to fit it they had got the wrong part.

next day the right bit came and fitted it so they did guess what that was 75 quid down the pan.

So off to the sparkies who found the fault in seconds well two mins really a multi connector had come apart underneath the car.

If I was ten years younger and the weather a lot finer I would have been pleased with my self for finding that simple problem but Im not and Im £125 pounds the lighter now.

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