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Old 01-07-2014   #16
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Re: Water in Rear Passenger Side Light Plug Socket

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Just to let you all know who offered help, I have now fixed it, and lights are working fine. Used some WD40 and gently scratched off the rust and brakes came back on but indicator did not. So I fiddled with the bulbs, took them out, back in, and hey presto. Perhaps they weren't seated properly. But all fixed, so hopefully it's ready for its service and MOT on Friday. Thanks again guys. Much appreciated.
now blather all parts in silicone grease or you will be doing it again in a few months
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