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Old 05-04-2007, 01:00 AM   #1
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The 92 Bonne is suffering from a pretty much corroded out bulb receptacle on the passenger side rear. It is not the bulb. The front turn signal works. When I pulled the green wire out of the back of the receptacle, the inside of it pretty much fell apart. I can't get the black wire to pull out...I assume it does? Anyone know where I could get a new receptacle? The only numbers i could find on it are FL 22 A.

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Sure. Take a pic of the problem receptacle closeup, and farther out.

I probably have what you need sitting right here.
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Sure. Take a pic of the problem receptacle closeup, and farther out.

I probably have what you need sitting right here.
I sure will. It will be late afternoon/tonight before I can get to it. Thanks.
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No problem. If I have what I think you think I think you think you need, they're yours.
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No problem. If I have what I think you think I think you think you need, they're yours.
That'* very nice of you! I have the pictures on my hard drive. I do not have a website to post them to...so...is there a way to post them here OR could I just email you the pictures? They are JPGs.
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Open a photobucket account. Then you can just copy/paste the IMG tags here, and your pics will magically post.

Or you can email them to william dot wren at gmail dot com
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[quote="willwren"]Open a photobucket account. Then you can just copy/paste the IMG tags here, and your pics will magically post.

Here goes... the first pic is where I pulled the green wire plug out and it kind of just fell apart (notice the bare wire at the green wire plug). the second pic shows the black wire plug? that I can't seem to budge. third pic is just the receptacle assembly

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Looks like the right side? No problem. I have an FL22A on a complete harness sitting in my lap.

I'll cut it out of my spare harness and you can splice it into yours.

Send me a private message with your name and shipping address. I'll get it out to you tomorrow.
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Awesome!!! You are correct, it is the right side. I was hoping that you would be able to leave the wires in the new plug so that I could splice! This is great!! Also, I will be more than happy to pay you. Just let me know how much.

I just sent you a PM.
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Shipped.

Should be there Tuesday (if I had to bet on it).
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