Doesn't sound particularly serious.
Whatever causes the power to come and go when you wiggle it is likely loose, corroded or broken.
Figure out what it is, then tighten or repair it (with the battery disconnected) and you should be good to go.
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- Sat Nov 12, 2016 5:04 am
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Anybody else remember the sudden shock of a toughened windscreen suddenly going completely opaque when hit by a stone? There's a lot to be said for laminated glass. I've still got a scar on my hand from punching out a hole in a windscreen when I was a kid. That was the advice at the time. Should ha...
That hasn't been my experience. I've painted over Tiger seal without any problems at all. It needs to be fully cured first and then can be lightly rubbed with a scotchbrite pad and then spirit wipe prior to painting with normal car repair products - a primer then colour coats. Just a thought, what ...
On a similar subject, here's a way to change your forum name for new posts - but only works with Gmail addresses as far as I know. I rather unwisely registered here as Brian from Saudi. It then occurred to me that I'm not going to be posted in Saudi forever, so it was a daft choice. Try to register ...