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Electrical - Headlight

NEW HIGH POWER HEAD LAMP BULBS

Offer Opportunity for Profit Due to various State laws and regulations established many years ago, original installation of bulbs in head lamps and spot lamps have been limited to 21 candlepower. State officials have recognized the need for unusually bright road illumination for high speed night driving and the regulations have been revised so that …

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REPLACEMENTS

A-13007-E (32-32 C. P.) Head Lamp Bulb When an owner desires brighter illumination this bulb can he used to replace the A-13007-C, 21-21 C. P. standard equipment bulb in all Model A and Model AA except those manufactured prior to March, 1929. This new bulb gives SO% brighter headlights both for high speed driving and …

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FLICKERING HEADLAMPS

Occasionally after a car has been in service for long periods, the headlights will flicker. This may be due to slight corrosion forming on the brass contact points on the headlamp plug and in the headlamp. The condition can be easily remedied by withdrawing the socket plug from the headlamp and sand- papering the contact …

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Lighting Switch

Remove the lower section of lighting switch and wipe out any oil or grease that may have leaked down from the steering gear. This grease has a high resistance and will lower the candle power of head lights.

Headlamps

Focusing and aligning Align and focus headlamps with empty car standing on a level surface in front of a white wall or screen 25 feet from front of headlamps. This wall must be in semi­ dark­ness or suffi­ciently shielded from direct light so that the light L” spots from the headlamps can be clearly seen. …

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