<VV> This guy's wife gets the MOTHER TERESA AWARD
mr.jebecker at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 22:34:43 EST 2016
The updated subject line not withstanding, I was not an English major. I
have degrees in Math and Computer Sciences. But I have been practicing
English every day as far back as I remember. As was already said, the
switch wasn't considered serviceable by GM. There are aftermarket canceling
pawls for them, but that isn't your problem. Once you get the steering
wheel off, remove the turn lever and the canceling pawl. You then can see
what is in Matt's picture. A peg on the pawl pushes as Matt's arrow shows.
It moves the curved contact away from B into the next curved contact,
pushing it against RF. If your right front signal works, your problem is
between the 2 curved contacts. If it doesn't, the problem is between the
second contact and RF (or both). Clean the contacts and hope it fixes it.
Sometimes bending a contact a bit will help, but is probably beyond scope.
Maybe a tiny bit of dielectric grease on each contact will slow down more
corrosion. If that doesn't fix it, you need another switch.
From: shortle via VirtualVairs
Sent: Thursday, January 14, 2016 7:11 PM
To: rnojunkmail ; virtualvairs at corvair.org
Subject: Re: This guy's wife gets the MOTHER TERESA AWARD
I don't know about Jim but I was an English major. Correct punctuation and
spelling are important if you hope to get good information. My opinion on
your question is IF you have a faulty turn signal switch, then you need
another one (new or used). This is considered a non serviceable part. No
parts are available for this part. With that being said, many people have
fixed theirs (probably). If mine was faulty I would just replace it. I don't
think anyone can truly answer your question with certainty. It is something
you will need to work thru and find the problem. Then you could probably fix
Timothy Shortle in Durango Colorado 81301
>From: rnojunkmail via VirtualVairs <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
>Sent: Jan 14, 2016 5:41 PM
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>Subject: <VV> This guy's wife gets the MOTHER TERESA AWARD
>Jim Becker. You must've been an English major. Sorry for the typos but the
>keyboard is small and my hands are numb. Besides, I should but I never
>proofread. As I said, all things point to the directional switch. When I
>open it up, do I put the testers on Willy nilly or do I gently touch the
>metal tongs to each other?
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