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Re: 356ci Engine Stalls
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Yessir! Sorry I'm late doing so!

Posted on: 2021/12/4 19:07
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Re: 1941 180 excessive valve noise
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29tons
dose the head need to come off to replace the lifter

Posted on: 2021/12/4 18:59
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Re: Inner change fender
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The 1935 to 1941 parts list is full of errors and inconsistencies and is not the easiest thing to interpret but Group 7.100 shows part number 342930 for the right side most 1938 and 1939 models with 1940 not listed. Part number 342931 for the left side is shown for most 1938, 1939 and 1940 models.

So best answer is that 1938 to 1940 rear fenders from most models will probably interchange with 1940, assuming that the the missing listing for the 1940 right side is an omission in the parts list.

Posted on: 2021/12/4 18:25
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Re: 53 Cavalier Ignition Switch
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PackardDon
In my stash of keys, I found one that turns it (with some wiggling) so was able to remove the tumbler. Now that I have the key code, getting the key made is easy. I also tested the switch at the same time and it is in good working condition.

Posted on: 2021/12/4 17:02
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Re: 1951-1956 Door Lock Tumbler Removal
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Thank you, Howard! So bottom line is to carefully remove the pin and I presume then it will be obvious what is holding in the actual tumbler.

Posted on: 2021/12/4 16:58
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Re: Inner change fender
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Link to the Fender Section of the 35-41 Parts List. You'll find your answer there but my thought is those other years won't fit.

Posted on: 2021/12/4 16:45
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Inner change fender
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Robert hinkley
Will 120 rear fenders from 37 to 40 fit 40 convert 110

Posted on: 2021/12/4 16:30
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Re: 1941 180 excessive valve noise
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Yes, the 356 engine has hydraulic lifters. I had one collapsed lifter in my '49 [23rd Series] Custom. You can see the filthy oil gushing from the collapsed lifter in the photo. Made a heck of a racket. It has since been replaced, the missing oil canister replaced, and the gunk cleaned out of the sump. The oil is now a golden amber and the engine is very quiet.

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Posted on: 2021/12/4 16:29
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Re: 1951-1956 Door Lock Tumbler Removal
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HH56
was just thinking it might be possible to heat the entire tongue so the residual heat might travel up the piece to expand the hole slightly before trying to drive the pin out. You would need to pay strict attention to the amount and where it is appalied as the pot metal melts a few hundred degress less than the steel tongue could take.

Posted on: 2021/12/4 16:17
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1941 180 excessive valve noise
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1941 180 valve noise, The engine was not run in 35 years. After starting some of the valves seem to have excessive noise. I think I read somewhere that 1941 160 and 180s had hydraulic lifters. The engine has new oil and filter and oil pressure warm is slightly above 40 psi. But I think at least 2 lifter are collapsed.Is there any tricks to get them pumped up. Also all cylinders have compression so there are no valves stuck open.

Posted on: 2021/12/4 16:16
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