Hi all, I know this sounds crazy but I can't figure out how to replace a blown bulb in the rear courtesy light of our '64 Fleetwood. The glass lens rotates freely and if feels like it should unscrew…Continue
"Hey Stephen, i used LED's in mine in all the courtesy lights in our Fleetwood.
Looks really good, so much better over stock globes. Leave the stock globes for the rest of 'em and make ya Fleetwood really shine.
"Stephen, The outer chrome lens bezel simply snaps onto 3 flanges on the base. It may take some effort to get it off but should pop off. This is one of those things were a picture should help you see how it attaches:"
Hi all, I know this sounds crazy but I can't figure out how to replace a blown bulb in the rear courtesy light of our '64 Fleetwood. The glass lens rotates freely and if feels like it should unscrew but it just keeps turning round and round.What's the trick to getting at the bulb!?Thanks!See More
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Is there a Youtube about this? From what I can learn for other lesser cars, such as they may be, the drill is: remove rear seat bottom and back, remove the plug from the top motor reservoir, use a…Continue
I know I'm not the only one who has dealt with constantly failing exhaust manifold gaskets but I have the heads off for a valve job and I'm trying to fix the issue once and for all. Well, maybe for a…Continue
Hello Allmy restoration is completeI have lots of parts left and want to help with your restorationsEverything is for sale.....all the parts are between $5 and $50here is a short list.....email me at…Continue