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Do a search before you do any drilling.
I've heard the measurements for the holes differ slightly between the driver and passenger...
^+1 Exactly correct.
The factory clock only draws power for a second every couple of minutes.
Millennial's idea of a manual shift pattern. :eek:
Continuity at each of the resistor connections is a good thing. Sorry, I don't know what the normal resistance range should be on these...
Body in White doesn't mean it's painted white.
It's the rough assembly of the body prior to paint, trim etc....
Use a little heat and a squirt of PB blaster... That fill plug shouldn't give you any problems at all.
I've heard those cover bolts can...
Those are great!
Love the Hand to Hand Combat guide!
Thanks for the laughs! :D
Cash in Life insurance, retire (take a lump sum payout), sell the vehicles, house and everything in it.... Buy this car! :D
Very interesting trim tag!
It was a "Body in White" car.
Just the shell was shipped to the racing team to build as a race car.
The only disadvantage.... You will need to drill out the holes for 1/2" U-bolts. (originals are 7/16")
You will also need to bend the...
I don't even see any wheel chocks under those wagon wheels! :eek:
They had to have some other sort of locking mechanism.
Good plan. Eliminate connection issues first.
If there is no High speed, I suspect a problem with the relay or it's connections along...
That's Bumble Bee from the 2007 Transformers movie.
That engine is a movie prop.
It has some sort of aftermarket intake manifold...
Nice work so far!
Personally.. I don't know how you can work on a car in a space that tight.
The resistor pack is near the relay but they are not the same thing.
They are both located on the A/C evaporator housing under the hood....