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    Skunked Darn Trailer Lights

    I'm having problems with my lights on my trailer, either they work or they don't and I'be been pulled over by every cop between Webster and GYC!
    Can anyone direct me to a good shop that works on tailer in Kemah or surrounding area?

    Any help would be apprecated!!

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    Evans marine site sponsor but it sounds like you got a bad ground.Check your ground wire or wires.
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    He's in Bacliff close to the family dollar store in a blue building.
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    Today is a new day!!

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    Dawg, Ive said it before& Ill say it again.....You tha man!!!
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    I take the bulbs out and spray CorrosionX in all the sockets then reinstall the bulbs and unplug when I back in. I used to have all kinds of shorts in the bulbs till I sprayed them.

    "Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after" ~ Henry David Thoreau

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    This month's Texas Salt Water Fishing Magazine has a write up by Martin Strarup about boat trailers. He has his trailer lights attached to small PVC pipes which sit in the rear rod holders on the boat. They never get wet. Great idea if you have rear rod holders.
    "You fail all the time, but you aren't a failure until you start blaming someone else." ~ O.A. "Bum" Phillips

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    Dielectric grease pb them plugs works wonders
    Today is a new day!!

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    I buy my lights from Academy ($5 each) and use dialelectric grease as well...

    Johnny's Trailer Repair is in Clear Lake & he has all the necessary testing tools & trailer testing tree thing that they all use.

    http://www.johnnystrailerrepair.com/
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    Guy's I appreciate the help, I'm headed to speak to the guys at Evans Marine this morning! I've tried everything else!! Than to Wally world to buy some corrosionX!
    The girl friend is headed down from Austin today, and she said either we go fishing or she goes home... were going fishing!!

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