I cannot figure out how to replace a burned out courtesy light in the right rear door of my 1964 Fleetwood 60 Special. Does anyone know how to do this without taking the whole door panel off? I was…Continue
"Use a small flat ended jeweler's tool or very small screwdriver to gently pull release the 4 tabs on the plastic lens. There at 2 on the top on the ends and 2 on the bottom on the ends. Just start at top and gently pry down. The light are those…"
I cannot figure out how to replace a burned out courtesy light in the right rear door of my 1964 Fleetwood 60 Special. Does anyone know how to do this without taking the whole door panel off? I was hoping the light housing would pop out but it does not seem to do so. Looking at it from below with the bottom of the door panel loosened it looks like one can't replace the bulb without getting the housing out.Any ideas???See More
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Hello - just signed up for this forum - looks like a great resource! I perused the posts and did some searches. I see most of the posts related to my questions are about doing away with resistance…Continue
I will be replacing the starter solenoid tomorrow (actually my mechanic will do the work, I'll just supervise). In checking the FSM electrical schematic and chapter verbiage, I don't see anything that looks like (or is referred to as) a starter Relay. It seems the Starter Solenoid serves the function and there's no separate relay. Right or Wrong?
I believe the starter solenoid has gone bad in my 64 DeVille. When I turn the key, often all I get is a click, then if I try a few times again the starter turns perfectly. All battery cables are on tight and the battery is good. So, I believe this problem is the solenoid. Where do I buy the right solenoid and is it necessary to remove the starter in order to swap it out? …