But how do you roll it down?

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24 Responses to But how do you roll it down?

  1. J-Dog says:

    Turn the plug over……

  2. Jeremy says:

    Reverse the leads. DC current. Just need a non polarized plug end, or a file.

  3. kevinH says:

    just reverse the polarity

  4. Ed says:

    Did anyone mention that you only have to reverse the polarity by flipping the plug?

  5. Turd Burglestein says:

    Tell him to reverse his battery cables.

  6. John says:

    Rotate the plug 180 degrees reverses polarity.

  7. Rob says:

    Turn the plug around.

  8. Nemo says:

    Stick the plug in upside down from the position in the vid. Oh, and mark which is which with a permanent marker.

  9. Miles Long says:

    Reverse the plug. It should be a DC motor & electrical system in the car.

  10. Lun@ticFringe says:

    Just turn the plug around.

  11. Matt says:

    It appears to have the one prong shaved down. It’s a DC motor, reverse the plug.

  12. ShakeNbake says:

    You just turn the prongs around!

  13. warhorse says:

    flip the plug over. duh.

  14. Elmo says:

    Flip the car over. Heh.

  15. Daryl says:

    You need anti-volts

  16. C.R. says:

    thats a pretty good example of african engineering , but sometime someplace something metal or conductive is going to come in contact with those prongs and short it out, its gonna happen!

    • Burgess Schnitzius says:

      good engineering practice would have the prongs connected to the motor not the voltage source.

  17. Martinez Alex says:

    It ain’t raining, leave it down..

  18. Al_in_Ottawa says:

    Is it really that hard to get the right switch (eBay, rockauto, junkyard) and replace it? I’m white trash and I’ve had some really crappy cars but I’ve never done a crappy fix.

  19. Handy N Handsome says:

    Turn the receptacle over and zip tie it back in place.

Play nice.