"Another reason the interior Courtney lights can stay on —is if the dimmer switch part of the headlight switch —-is turned until it stops at the end of its travel on one end
The center pull out of the headlight switch…"
"Kurt noted in a prior post: (t)he switch for the rear interior lights is on the back of the front seat (center arm rest section of the seat). Could have been accidentally switched on. It's a simple on/off slide switch.
"The door jam switches were a constant source of electrical problems for the circuit in the car that is always on ( under dash lights when door open - glove box - clock ) until I changed them for a more modern design
They are a very…"
The wiring is color coated in the drivers door jam under the boot
Just rejoin the same color wires that are damaged
Some could be cracked or broken under its outside covering so look for that
You may have to insert new…"
"Wiring schematics are in the 1964 Cadillac Shop Manual. You can find originals, reprints and on CD on eBay and elsewhere. You can also get nice, large, laminated color verson from Classic Car Wiring at https://classiccarwiring.com/"
"Hi Ray, i know. The Driver side was totally damage. i need a wiring plan to check the window and other spocky things. my rear courtesy light is permanent on??? the front light is off if the door closed ;)"
"Open the rubber boot in the passenger door jam ,check the wires inside the boot there might be a broken wire, or check the switch on the drivers door make sure the switch is not in the lockout position.just a couple ideas"
Hi from germany,i know here is a many content about wiring plans and so on.but i need the correct wiring plan for my new dream car ;) the passenger window does not work.who can help?greetings kaiSee More
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