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Main : 1948-49 (22nd Series) :  1949 Packard Series 23 Deluxe

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1949 Packard Series 23 Deluxe
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SubmitterTudisco49More Photos from Tudisco49    Last Update2020/3/13 19:45    Tell a friendTell a friend
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Belonged to an elderly man who became too I'll to drive and care for the car. Didn't run when I brought it home, runs really well now. Need to work on getting the Overdrive working again and needs a steering box rebuild.

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 Re: 1949 Packard Series 23 Deluxe

Posted: 2020/3/26 19:49  Updated: 2020/3/26 19:49

Tudisco49

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Need more advice from the experts on the form. So still working on my R11 overdrive. Car was rewired badly by a previous owner. I have been rewiring the OD based on the diagram on this site. All I really want is for the overdrive to work. I can see that this car had the "electromatic clutch", but someone removed the control valve body. My problem ! Per the diagram the "governor" is supposed to have one wire go to the control valve body (that is missing). If all I really want is for the OD to work does the govenor even need to be wired ?? Without the control valve body I have nothing to wire the govenor to. Thanks in advance.


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