http://www.cafepress.com/buy/diesel/-/pv_design_details/pg_4/id_7434459/opt_/fpt_/c_76/hlv_t
  
  there ya go!
  
  Chris

wilton strickland <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:  'Would be neat to have "DIESEL" 
on back of the scooter; I may do that.
BTW, I ran ~50% soy Sep-Dec; 'saw it at Sam's yesterday @ $2.87/gal incl 2%
tax.
Diesel is now $2.51, went to $3.50 for a while.


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I sure my switch is broken. The switch arm that controls the bottom rear
portion of the seat no longer hinges inside the switch housing like the
other two switches do. It floats free up and down inside the switch housing=
,
and does not move the seat no matter what position it is placed in.

The other two switches (bottom front, seat back) on the drivers side front
door still work just fine.

Additionally I can be driving down the road and the bottom rear portion of
the seat will engage and drop all the way down. I can  then use the memory
button the return it to my preferred setting, but it may repeat the lowerin=
g
with in a few minutes, or maybe not for a day or two.

A new switch is expensive! So I was wondering a few things:

   1. Has anyone taken one of the switch housing apart and had any luck
   repairing broken hinge points?
   2. How well do good used switch's hold up?

Thanks, Richard



On 1/17/06, Marshall Booth <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Richard Smith wrote:
> > Does anyone have a good used seat switch for the drivers side for my
> 1987
> > 300D? If so how much are you asking?
>
> Rarely do the switches need to be replaced (unless thy are broken
> physically). Usually a liberal application of contact cleaner and
> cycling the switch contacts 50-100 cycles and the switch begins to work.
>
> New ones WERE expensive last time I priced them. Used ones can USUALLY
> be cleaned up to work reliably. Try a MAJOR recycler like Potomac German
> Auto or Silver Star.
>
> Marshall
> --
>          Marshall Booth (who doesn't respond to unsigned questions)
>       "der Dieseling Doktor" [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> '87 300TD 182Kmi, '84 190D 2.2 229Kmi, '85 190D 2.0 161Kmi, '87 190D 2.5
> turbo 237kmi
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