Which side tail light are you looking for? I've got a junkyard near me that's good for old stuff. I'm going out to Carlisle on the Saturday, probably with my 87 Reliant Wagon.
Thanks, I have neglected the car lately. It was owned by the same family since new, but it wasn't well taken care off.Congrats, Devildodge. I have a 1988 Aries wagon, but unlike you, I bought it new in 1988 and have owned it continuously. It's pretty rare now, so for my purposes, I don't use mine when there is snow/ice/salt on the road, and it's just a weekend driver.
Just double checking.Yes, low pressure is on the compressor, high pressure is on the muffler canister. Low pressure is marked in the casting next to it with an "S" (suction), and high pressure marked with a "D" (Discharge). But I would recommend against doing your own work if you didn't know that. If you charge into the wrong port, you risk serious injury or death.