toon80 said:I'm thinking about a loose motor shaft/worm gear connection and maybe the rotator is touching the dome?
I don't know how they worked, but it isn't one of the early models that had the front light cutoff is it?
Where can I find the kit to do this?Richard P said:I have a whelen light like that. The teeth are worn so minutely that you cant see, but it stops in the same position, I fixed it by adding shims to the motor pressing it more to the gear, meshing better.
Got instructions on how to do that? I seen the gear was worn down on one side so much that when it rotates the light slips but freezes when shut offRichard P said:I cut a piece of tin and jammed it between the motor and the front motor mount assembly, it wasnt hard at all to make up something like that.