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    hi all,i was wondering if anyone knows which board or part of the 82/90 1st gen chassis runs the pindeck light,ive got a few,which ive had to wire to the back -end motor because of the light going out all the time,
    any ideas would be much appreciated.

    many thanks,

    dave

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    On the 70, it comes off one of the M relays... I'm going to assume there's a similar setup on the 90. Burned/arced relay contacts, maybe?
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      MAybe this picture I just made can help you

      greetz Niels

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        Re: pindeck light

        if it is the silver chassis there are fuses and relays inside on the base of the chassis.
        maister

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