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TRICO vacuum windshield wiper motor tool
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Wondering if anyone has one of the special Trico and believe Snap-On also made them tool bit for removing the oval screws in the Trico Wiper Motors. Sure would like to obtain one if you have one laying around.

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Posted on: 2023/1/11 18:37
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Re: LED REPLACEMENTS
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I have a solid state flasher. Not the problem. Problem is with the LED's that I got from ledlights. Need another source. If you have some that work, please let me know where you obtained them. Thank you.
Lee

Posted on: 2022/10/14 18:52
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Re: LED'S 6V for positive ground autos
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Yes sorry I am not too computer savvy.
Unfortunately none of the replies related to my dilemma. I have everything including the LED flasher to allow the LED's to work. But cannot find one that will. Still hoping I can find a mfg that has one that will work. I needed to find someone who has installed some in their Packard to find out where they purchased them from to give it another try. The ones from ledlights will not work.
Lee

Posted on: 2022/10/14 18:47
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LED'S 6V for positive ground autos
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I have a '42 Packard 160 that uses a 1154 bulb both front & back. I ordered some LED's from Ledlights.com but the driving tail lights do not work. Time was spent to figure out why. It was found that there cannot be hardly any load on the turn signal side of the LED. I have two other 1154's in the front fender lights as well as indicator lights under the dash. I do not want to get under the dash to replace these. I don't know why their LED's have this interaction between the two LED terminals. Has anyone installed any LED's in a similar Packard such as mine? What was your experience? I do have an electronic flasher installed that will work with LED's or a combination of both. Sure would like to use LED's if I could find a different mfg than what ledlight is using.
Lee

Posted on: 2022/10/14 17:36
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LED REPLACEMENTS
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Wondering what others have experienced when replacing the 1154 bulb such as in the 1942 Packard 160. I ordered a pair from ledlights.com, and they did not work.
I would like to order from a different source but not sure they would be from a different mfg since most of them are mfg in China. What say you????

Posted on: 2022/10/13 13:05
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Re: 1949 Station Wagon VIN ID #
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My Station Sedan had no ID plate that was ever attached to identify the auto. I find this rather strange since all the other Packards I own had a plate on the drivers side upper cowl.
Would like to know of many other station sedans are out there. Also would like to correspond to a few. Any idea of where might be the best place to get this information? I do not have a current roster unfortunately. Is there a Station Sedan expert out there to get help from?
Lee
Want to sell. Mostly complete but needs total restoration. What should I ask?

Posted on: 2022/7/15 15:54
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1949 Station Wagon
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Can anyone tell me what the engine serial number range should be for a 1949 Station Wagon?

Posted on: 2022/7/13 21:29
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PACKARD SERVICE PARTS LIST 1941-1942
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I am missing a page or two of my parts manual. The first page I have is Roman Numeral I and starts with Engine (Cont'd).
Could anyone that has the manual perhaps duplicate these missing pages for me? Or do you know where I could purchase them as perhaps someone has duplicated this whole manual. Thanks so much ~~
Lee

Posted on: 2022/6/9 13:47
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Re: 1949 Station Wagon VIN ID #
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I find the info on the '49 Station Wagon very difficult to find. In two price guides I have, they don't even list a Station Wagon. Also in 1949 they produced both the 22nd Series & the 23rd Series. All so confusing. This car never had a ID tag on the cowl like the 1942. Not sure it even had a VIN number. What series is this auto? Is it a 2301 or what?

Posted on: 2021/12/16 9:15
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1949 Station Wagon
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I am wondering how many '49 Station Wagons are in existence today, since only 472 were produced in '49. Have one to sell.
Lee

Posted on: 2021/12/15 20:10
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