Jason 1964 CDV - Cornering and Turns Signal LIghts

I thought I would do a bit of video with my 64 Coupe DeVille running and show the cornering and turn signal lights but I am pretty much muffled out by the car running... but thought I would share anyway.

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Comment by Kurt on June 29, 2022 at 9:19am

Correct. All blinkers are also brake lights. The bottom section will light up white when in reverse. The backup light is directly behind the clear lens. The parking/brake/blinker lights go through a red lens before reflecting through the clear lens. There is a good troubleshooting procedure in the Help section. Click on the "Help" tab in the header at the top of this page and scroll down to "- Tail Lamp Testing from the Back Trunk Wall Connector"

Comment by Jay Waters on June 29, 2022 at 8:06am

That looks awesome !

I'm going to check everything and see what I can get working.

So, tail fin marker and blinker. Are they brakes also i assume ?

And the bottom section of the rears are supposed to be backup lights that will also show blinker and brakes ?

Comment by Kurt on June 28, 2022 at 4:58pm

Jay, if your car is a 64 or actually any year other than 63 then yes, your tail fin lights should blink. If they don't check the bullbs. I have a 63 and for some dumb reason, Cadillac decided to make the fin lights running lights only that year. I retrofitted mine with LED strips to fix that design problem : )

Comment by Jay Waters on June 28, 2022 at 4:27pm

Are my tail fin lights supposed to blink ??

Comment by Jason Edge on May 13, 2016 at 5:28am

Denny. No problem. Hopefully, my reply was on target for what you were asking. If not you might want to repost in a separate forum post.

Comment by Denny Link on May 12, 2016 at 11:08pm

sorry thanks for trying to help

Comment by Jason Edge on May 12, 2016 at 4:31pm

Denny, I am not following the question. This video is showing the headlights, park lights and cornering lights? Not sure which motor you are talking about pulling? If you are talking about pulling an engine, I remove the large 3/4" nut off the bottom through the frame tower and pull the engine with the motor mount attached. Again, not quite sure what this question is referring to?

Comment by Denny Link on May 12, 2016 at 1:39pm

Good afternoon if and when you have time I have another for you , I know when I hear the answer I'm going to feel really dumb but here goes..when I pull the motor out I took the 3 bolts out on each side . But now I'm it be better fighting one on each side...... Still with me . So how do get your hand in there to get that nut off......Thanks

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