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Yes, your first pic at the top! I see that is the sub harness for the voltage regulator, then the other two metal relays. I think you need to retain those & wire from one of them........I think the red/red black wired one (??)........wire down to the reverse switch . Sorry, been a while!
Is the harness original to the car? If the car was unmolested, it likely is. If the car was modified & messed with, might not be. All three harness sections had white plastic part # tags. The dash harness tag usually survived, so you can verify by part #. If the engine compartment harness plugs in A...
Ya never know on here or other forums! I'm into anything cool & have LOTS of car buddies, both import & domestic! This could turn into a heck of a project selling that many classic cars! Example.....I've got an old customer in Raleigh Durham with a British restoration shop, if there are any British ...
Yup, it is a first year production 1968.........the "suicide" wiper arms are the first giveaway! Still, overall condition is key! It sure is crusty, but doesn't appear to be horribly rusted out. The "280Z" is actually a 280ZX 2+2, likely a 1979-1980. Not much value, but the 6cyl engine is basically ...
Look on the drivers side door jamb for an aluminum VIN tag.........will have the production date! Example, a 1968 would be the most valuable, 1969 second & 70-72 are ultimately the same. Feed us info, we will try to help!
- 05 Mar 2020 13:17
- Forum: Suspension
- Topic: Front strut to steering arm O-ring?
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They all came with the orings to seal out water on the ball joint stud & nut. The Z's also had the orings. Most deteriorated & fell out. Most of our cars will never see the daily use in rain & snow any more, so not the end of the world to NOT install them!
Was it a running driving automatic, or did you buy it not running. The engine compartment harness is different manual vs automatic, so if it was an automatic car, but somebody installed a manual harness & never got it running (or a manual car where somebody installed an automatic??), then the manual...
We use a local glass guy with experience on these old classic cars with the big thick C channel seals..........just not worth the headache..........especially if you break the glass in the end! :roll: Use a spray bottle with water & couple drops Dawn dish soap...........keep it lubed up well! I assu...
I have USED ones, but the vinyl is almost always crappy dingy & the outer pivot J hook chrome was so freakin thin, that almost all are rusty! So yes, I should have all of the hardware (including the 3 screws per pivot with thin crappy chrome!) with the visors. PM me if interested!
- 12 Feb 2020 09:54
- Forum: Powertrain
- Topic: Subaru R160 OPEN diff stub axle .? what works
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We have an 85 720 4WD in a local self service yard, which might have a 4.37 in it, based on an R180 availability chart that I have. I have never pulled a front diff out of a 4WD truck, but it looks relatively straight forward. Problem right now is we have had a lot of snow in the last 10-14 days, s...