First thing to check is the fuse. Then see if there is power to the ballast resister. This is situated near the coil. If there is power going to the ballast resister but not coming out (should be 9v) then this is the problem. Since there are so many possibilities it's best to work logically through the wiring diagrams.
In case you are not already aware, the workshop manuals can be found here:
Hi everyone, I'm looking a for 1973 SS right hand side wing mirror. Here is a photo of the left hand side mirror. I can't seem to find a similar one anywhere. Would anyone have any
idea where I can find one?
My latest RR project, which I acquired in Dec 2019, is a 1976 RR Silver Shadow. I purchased the car in Bedford, NY from the family of a lawyer that was employed by Rebekah Harkness. Rebekah was once one of the wealthiest women in the world due to her inheritance of Standard Oil stock from her...
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I'm doing some small Jobs on my Shadow and noted the Handbrake handle requires next to no effort to apply..
she had a handbrake rebuild in 2009, however the same year someone pulled the handbrake on really hard in anger apparently and it stopped working..
Well, I have been driving the 1971 Corniche a lot lately (we still work from home in our Covid-environment, so I mainly go out for grocery runs to take groceries to my elderly mother!)
All is going well. There is one issue that keeps popping up, and has been the subject of attention over the...
I just purchased a new brake pressure gauge from British Tool Works.
This is the first time I’ve use a gauge like this. I wanted to be certain of my brake system #1 condition before going to the trouble of replacing the accumulator sphere.
As you can see in the video, there was no “flick-up”...