I have seen alot of people say that the headlight doors stick in cold weather, and am beginning to experience this.
Is the a proper means of lubricating so I can continue to drive my 84 until it begins to snow?
I plan to store it with my other toys for the winter here in MI.
dude, I live in ottawa and have the same (if not worse) winters than thou....my solution to save my motors is to put the headlamps up FOR THE ENTIRE WINTER...why? 'cuz imo, if they are gonna break, they should break up
The only break you can give the headlight motors is to OPEN the front lid fully, then active the headlights so they have no resistance moving upward against the headlight door springs. Try to open one of the headlight doors by hand. It's a miracle that the headlights worked the day the cars were made, let alone 15 to 18 years later. Ed
Posts: 1826 From: Kawkawlin, MI Registered: Dec 2002