Got a heater so not'55, I might be inclined to say early '57 from the speedo.
A high resistance connection feeding an open switch as measured with a voltmeter will show battery voltage, but as soon as the switch closes &...
Could be but the stud looks fine. :shrug:
There's one lug on a cable that's going to the switch that looks like it got toasty hot, I'd pull it off & go at it with some sandpaper on the...
I used stick on foam door seal.
As Norcal stated magnets, those things just get stronger & stronger.
Consider- Back in the beginning days of radio the first sets came with...
I paint things just on the general principle of I Hate Rust.
It's also a lot easier, at least psychologically, to work on them later on if things...
One should be a clip to support the oil line running to the head, not sure about the other.
Unless you live in a dry climate I vote for butt weld.
Coincidentally FWIW I just had a condenser fail on me this weekend. The symptoms started with an occasional stumble, then progressed to rough...
That's how they were built from '55 up to mid-'57 or so, carryover from the M38A1
from what you've told us I can only conclude that-
There is nothing wrong with the flasher unit, replacing it will not fix the problem...
I don't think it's an issue with the flasher unit as your lights are actually flashing. Check the indicator bulb.
I read this as the OP's tail lights are flashing ok, probably because the front incandescents are proving a load or maybe he has an electronic...
Burned bulb in the indicator would be my guess.
When Tonk got boo-boo'd during the teardown I found the U's had a twist in them so I ordered all new ones.
Imagine my surprise when...
If you're concerned about strength don't be- those u shackles are *TOUGH*
Yup, very similar to the Jeep OE folding buckets.
It's been done, someone posted a pic here onetime showing a Saturn unit up under the dash.
Do you currently have a Ross box or Saggy ?
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