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  1. For the sockets I used Crown Automotive 3764863. I am not sure anyone offers prime on them but these were the ones I bought, shop them out you may find a better price. The only thing I didn't really care for is the end with the wires is kind of open. So I used electrical tape to close it up. https://www.amazon.com/d/Automotive-Parking-Lights/Crown-Automotive-3764863-Parking-Assembly/B00B8X2G82/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1548254029&sr=8-1&keywords=crown+3764863
  2. I had the same problem on mine, tried cleaning the sockets in the front and replacing the bulbs but still did not work correctly. So I ended up putting new sockets in and they work fine now. There was a metal socket that I picked up from amazon.
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    Pillar lamps

    Southern Rod still has some of the euramtec. I just ordered some and it took 3 days to ship from FL to PA. https://www.southernrods.com/headlights-taillights--lighting/3-1-2-trick-interior-lighting.html
  4. I recently bought an 88 comanche with an i6 an aw4 column shift. It came with parts for a cluster swap and I had another clusters. When I swapped in the new cluster the fuel gauge went to full and is stuck there. I tried cleaning the contacts and grounds but still had the problem. So I swapped in another fuel gauge from another cluster, same thing. Then tried the original, still stuck past full. I found a thread on here about removing the screws and turning the gauge and that didn't work either. Also found this one but no solution. Is there a fix? or is it some wiring gremlin that needs to be found?
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