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Re: 1948- 288 Fuel Pump Rebuild
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A great rebuild video on Then And Now Automotive - 48 Dual Action AC pump www.then-now-auto.com

Posted on: 9/11 21:12:41
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Re: 1948- 288 Fuel Pump Rebuild
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Thanks to everyone for the advice - Parts list says I have an AC pump - double, I think - probable order a replacement , if needed -

Posted on: 9/10 9:59:42
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1948- 288 Fuel Pump Rebuild
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Any pointers on rebuilding my fuel pump , if I have to - or consider having it done ( where and cost )

Posted on: 9/9 19:38:49
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Re: Screw-in ditributor wires
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Posted on: 9/9 11:18:43
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Re: Screw-in ditributor wires
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JW - The pictures are too large to post here , but I have them on the other forum - Regards

Posted on: 9/8 16:13:49
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Re: Packard Clipper in Colombia, South America
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Just a few in the Packard Club - thanks

Posted on: 9/7 21:54:10
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Re: Screw-in ditributor wires
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Brian - The distributor in question is a spare - I have the correct cap on my 48 - Thanks

Posted on: 9/7 18:41:28
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Re: Screw-in ditributor wires
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Yes Howard - The image you posted is like the screw in wires and coil wire Thanks

Posted on: 9/7 18:31:13
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Re: Screw-in ditributor wires
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Owen - I mean each wire has an attachment that screws into the distributor cap hole. The wire is threaded thru the attachment. Even the center coil wire uses this arrangement. This cap and wires came on a Delco 1110811 distributor, which I bought as a spare for my car. I think I have seen a thread about this wire connector. I dont know what this came off -

Posted on: 9/7 16:13:14
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Screw-in ditributor wires
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I have a distributor ( Delco ) that has wires that screw into the distributor cap - not plug in _ What vehicles used this ?

Posted on: 9/7 11:46:10
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