I wasn't told that by a parts guy FWIW. I can't remember where I heard that. I don't own a Daytona with a rear wiper, so it really doesn't matter. (well, I kinda do own an '84, but it isn't really "mine" yet)
When you get it don't ask me which way it goes, one side is a little more "squared" looking with the part number on it and the other side is more "rounded" and I do not know which side is supposed to be on the outside and which goes toward the inside........so I looked a a few minivans at work and on them the "squared/ part numbered" side is to the outside but I thought it looked better the other way so thats the way I put it.
Im looking to install a set of older style tail lights on my dodge Omni. They have the stop/running, reverse and amber turn signal.
I have done this on my 97 Dodge Neon by swapping the Euro tails as they have the amber turn.
My issue is separating the turn signal from also acting a a break...
The first two pics are from the day I brought it home. Got it for FREE from the original owner due to a failing headgasket. The next few we're from 5yrs later after it had been totally transformed. Makes me sad to think that I ended up parting the car out...
currently do a full restoration on my 86 glhs. the side mirror glass is loose. is there anyway to adust the cables to take up some of the slack? also should there be 2 rubber feet inside the holes of the housing? thanks in advance.
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