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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-21-2003, 01:32 AM
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how do you say Help in Japanese?

Ok Folks, first of all thanks to all who responded on my classified for looking for a sammy. I bought a 1988 Sammy but have a couple of technical questions. First, I have tail lights, head lights, brake lights, back up lights but no dash lights and no flashers or turn signals. I pulled everyone of the fuses under the dash in the fuse box and all are ok but still no lights in earlier mentioned area. Heres the Japanese word for help section (insert here. Also, I put my soft top on that I got from a friend but I dont have the bow for the rear to keep the back up and only have the two snaps in front on each corner but nothing in between to keep top down in front. What do I need for both areas? Who has a extra ones for a reasonable price? or where do I get what I need and what oh what do I do for the light needs?

Many thanks,

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Re: how do you say Help in Japanese?

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but no dash lights

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Well, for this, you see that little round knob to the left and down of the steering wheel .. twist that, if ya twist it and that dont work, thats most likely the problem for the dash lights.

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and no flashers or turn signals

[/ QUOTE ] you checked the fuses, did ya check also check the flasher thing(tired and cant think of the name) also?
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