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Re: Ignition switch lamp
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Thanks. I didn't know that.

Posted on: 7/21 20:02:26
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Re: Ignition switch lamp
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Thanks. That helps. But were is the ignition switch light?
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Posted on: 7/21 19:03:03
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Ignition switch lamp
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What is it? The wiring diagram says they run off the same pin on the headlamp switch as the parking lamps which dont work on my car. Tails and headlamps do work. Turn signals do to.

John Rhodes

Posted on: 7/21 18:17:01
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Re: Ultramatic cooler lines
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It does. Thanks so much.
John

Posted on: 5/26 18:55:32
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Re: Ultramatic cooler lines
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I am sure it's me. I see 2 lines. One goes to the middle top and there is some other small tube coming out near there too. The other line goes to the back and I cant see where it goes exactly. Just way back there.


The picture is 90 degrees counter clockwise. Phone pic.

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Posted on: 5/26 18:34:45
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Re: Ultramatic cooler lines
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By top I assume you mean middle top not back top?

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Posted on: 5/26 18:18:01
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Re: 51-54 AC
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7 years later I assume no belt whipping issues with the long belt? It looks great.

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John

Posted on: 5/25 6:42:51
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Re: Aftermarket Air Conditioning
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Thanks for the responses. Very helpful.
John

Posted on: 5/25 5:58:16
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Aftermarket Air Conditioning
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For anybody that has installed air. What side and location did you install the compressor and do you have power steering?

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John

Posted on: 5/24 19:57:43
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Re: Ultramatic cooler lines
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Thanks

Posted on: 5/13 18:44:03
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