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Anyone knowledgeable about cars?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by jacob, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. jacob

    jacob Lead commenter

    the change in loading (voltage and current) of the circuit when one bulb blows may be enough to overload and blow the filament of the other bulb without blowing the fuse, especially if the bulb has had a long life.
  2. Shifter

    Shifter New commenter

    Put a shilling in the meter

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