<VV> One Low-Beam Out... Sometimes

Hugo Miller hugo at aruncoaches.co.uk
Fri Apr 3 18:08:47 EDT 2020

A bit like SU fuel pumps then ;)

On 2020-04-03 21:36, Robert Marlow, Vairtec Corporation via 
VirtualVairs wrote:
> Going back decades, my then-girlfriend had a '66 Monza DD on which
> the driver's side low beam lamp sometimes -- not always -- failed to
> illuminate.  Subscribing as we did to the Corvair Cheapskate
> Philosophy, the solution was to get out of the car, whack the lens
> with the side of your fist, and the light would come on.
> This "repair" succeeded each time for the better part of a year
> before the lamp finally refused to comply.
> --Bob
> On 4/3/2020 1:08 PM, Michael Mauro via VirtualVairs wrote:
>> Re: my 67 coupe... with low-beams selected, right-side low-beam is 
>> out; when I press the floor switch for high-beam, all four beams 
>> illuminate. Question... do I need to replace the right-side low beam; 
>> or, is there a wiring issue? (Of course, if the fix is a new bulb, 
>> I'll replace both to insure the same amount of illumination). Please 
>> advise. Thinks!
>> Mike Mauro
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