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  1. #61
    Archer513 African Astronaut
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny thats the wrong way to go about it.

    simply scrape the terminals against the concrete or the assphalt and do the screw/unscrew thing a few times.

    Nah

    That’s beta shit.
  2. #62
    stl1 African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Archer513 We talking an 1157 or 1357 bulb?

    Those things get rusty. I always put a lil bit of bulb grease in there. I had the same issue a cpl weeks ago.

    Light would come on the dash saying the bulb was out,and it wouldn’t work,then work a while,then not…went on until I replaced the bulb and put a lil grease in there.




    Archer K-Ys his balls...oops, I meant bulbs.
  3. #63
    Originally posted by Narc hungary




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    your lucky i cant be assed enough to take pictures of my china made boschs.
  4. #64
    Box Wine Houston
    Dammit you trolls, I'm becoming one of you

    This is your fault
  5. #65
    stl1 African Astronaut
    Look, mom...it's a nun driving down the road for miles and miles with her turn signal on.

    Never mind, it's just Sad Steve.

    Honey, you shouldn't make fun of people who are less fortunate than you are.
  6. #66
    Grylls motherfucker [abrade this vocal tread-softly]
    ITT

    a bunch of men pretending to be men
  7. #67
    Narc Space Nigga [connect my yokel-like scolytidae]
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny your lucky i cant be assed enough to take pictures of my china made boschs.

    bosch make most of their own stuff rather than outsourcing it. they're germans, they're quite particular about shit like that. they have around 400 plants worldwide, some might be in china, but many are not. i think they got at least 7 in the UK still. i grew up just a few miles from their plant in denham. i knew a few people that worked there and as far as i know its still open now an all.


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  8. #68
    Ok it's fixed.

    The problem was the little strip metal contact on the side needed bending out as it was not contacting properly with the side of the bulb, The new one had the same problem too which as mentioned pretty typical as my luck goes.

    Here is some artistry showing the problem.

    The following users say it would be alright if the author of this post didn't die in a fire!
  9. #69
    stl1 African Astronaut
    Putting Picasso to shame...one more time.

    hahahaha
  10. #70
    Originally posted by Narc bosch make most of their own stuff rather than outsourcing it. they're germans, they're quite particular about shit like that. they have around 400 plants worldwide, some might be in china, but many are not. i think they got at least 7 in the UK still. i grew up just a few miles from their plant in denham. i knew a few people that worked there and as far as i know its still open now an all.


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    and this proves what exactly ?

    that foreign companies dont have factories in china ?
  11. #71
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Ok it's fixed.

    The problem was the little strip metal contact on the side needed bending out as it was not contacting properly with the side of the bulb, The new one had the same problem too which as mentioned pretty typical as my luck goes.

    Here is some artistry showing the problem.


    tip : camera takes pictures.
  12. #72
    Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country Naturally Camouflaged [my scoffingly uncritical tinning]
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Ok it's fixed.

    The problem was the little strip metal contact on the side needed bending out as it was not contacting properly with the side of the bulb, The new one had the same problem too which as mentioned pretty typical as my luck goes.

    Here is some artistry showing the problem.


    In other words the problem was cheap Chinese cheese-steel being sold to some idiot who didn't know any better as spring metal.
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