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Old 08-21-2008, 09:44 PM   #1
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Default 1995 sle minor electrical problems

Hey guys, I recently bought a 1995 Bonneville SLE, and when i purchased it, possibly the only things wrong were that the trunk release button did not work, and the backup lights dont always like to come on. The guy said that the trunk release was disconnected for some reason, and just needs to be recconnected, although i dont know where. And the backup lights dont come on about 90% of the time, I believe the switch is going bad. Any help is appreciated.
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