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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I changed the front left marker light on side of headlight assembly by unscrewing the screw on the far back of it. then i just pulled it off. it felt like it was gonna break but it came off just fine
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
did you try to replace the bulb in the back normally when it blinks fast like that its just the bulb and its doulbe film thats why the brake and blinker dont work
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
This vehicle should have 2 flasher relays one that operates the emergency flashers and one operating the turn signals.Easiest way to locate these would be to turn the emergency flashers on and listen to where the clicking is coming from usually the flasher are pretty close to each other.Once you find the flasher unit you can swap the flasher unit that is working with the one that is not and if the turn signals work after that you will need to purchase another flasher relay.
Posted on May 28, 2010
Testimonial: "dang they made it almost imposible to find the other relay it was tucked over by the ac vent on driver door wow thanks you saved me a headache thanx"
This applies to all 1991 to 1994 Capri
1. Raise headlamps to the normal operating position and open hood.
2. Remove the windshield washer reservoir or coolant reservoir, depending on which headlamp
assembly requires servicing.
3. Remove bezel and headlamp. Route wiring away from headlamp assembly.
4. Remove four screws and cover from headlamp assembly.
5. Remove four bolts retaining headlamp assembly to body.
6. Unplug connector from motor and remove headlamp assembly.
7. Remove nut retaining linkage to motor.
8. Remove three retaining bolts and motor.
If you have another motor, you can install it now and assemble in the reverse order. Make sure that when you put the linkage back on that it has the headlight in the raised position like before.
Your motor may not be bad just because it doesn't come up. If you take the 5 or so screws off the motor assembly, you'll see were some copper wipers make contact to a circular gear. Where they make contact could simply be dirty. Clean the gear with light sandpaper to get the copper on the gear shiny, then put it back together. You can test the motor now by plugging it back in and operate the headlights...it may just work correctly...
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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