For a time after my neon tube shattered, I had one of those $19.95 LED light
strips INSIDE where the neon tube used to be. It lasted for three years
before I broke down and purchased the assembly from Ford for about $212.
"mengle" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> on 1996 explorer, high mt. brake lt. is neon w/ ballast. Ford wants $200
> new ballast. does anyone know another solution?
>on 1996 explorer, high mt. brake lt. is neon w/ ballast. Ford wants $200 fo
>new ballast. does anyone know another solution?
Time to hit the junkyard. Lots of rollovers out there. Don't pay more than
25% of the price of the new part.
Once a car hits 5 or 6 years old I hit the junkyards. For instance:
Transfer case reman installed by dealer is 1,800 - 2,000. Junkyard or used
150 to 400 for the case. I'll install it for those kinds of savings.