- Oh, OK, I see what happened. You didn t spend the money for trouble shooting your electrical problem. I avoid going anywhere near where a cheap Yugo mightMessage 1 of 19 , Jul 1, 2012View SourceOh, OK, I see what happened. You didn't spend the money for "trouble shooting" your electrical problem.I avoid going anywhere near where a cheap Yugo might be, just to not take a chance I would weaken, and buy another one.
If you are still thinking the brake lights are blowing your fuse, the 3rd brake light wiring should be looked at, where it exits the body, and enters the hatch.Never saw a Yugo with that problem, but very common on Volvo wagons that wires would short out, and cause problems.Have seen a couple Yugos, and many Volvo wagons, where the 3rd brake light bulb holder melted, and shorted.
From: David C. Pyatt <dcpyatt@...>
Sent: Sun, July 1, 2012 2:35:11 AM
Subject: Re: [YugoUnitedGVOwners] Yugo Fuses
Still working on the troubleshooting, but got a mail from a group member about 8 miles up the road and ended up buying another 87 GV for myself! Another one that has basically sat for the last 10 years in a garage. Minor tweaks, unfortunately needs a windshield from a lawn mower incident.
All in all fairly decent, not as nice of interior as my son's, but I can live with it. Something to tinker with... now if I could find a cheap 1.5 to drop in it with a 5 speed.... :)DaveP in NE OhioTWO many toys in the driveway...Two 87 Yugos
Two Comuta-Cars (Plug in electrics)Two Dodge DakotasTwo Chevy Astrosalong with all the other single toys, like the 48 Pontiac and the 71 Maverick!On Sat, Jun 30, 2012 at 11:42 PM, Art Hughes <pro4art@...> wrote:
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