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Re: Aftermarket Air Conditioning
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Marc Williams
Paul,
We are neighbors. I am in Greensboro. Is there any possibility of my coming to your home and "picking your brain," in the spring.

If not, I respect your privacy. Marc

Posted on: 2021/12/29 11:54
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Re: Aftermarket Air Conditioning
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Marc Williams
I only found your reply/information this am. I will print and file. My attempt to add the AC will begin April when I return from Florida to NC.

A most sincere "Thank you" for your information.

Best of Health.............Marc

Posted on: 2021/12/26 11:11
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Re: Polarity
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Marc Williams
Did as you suggested and car runs well.

Posted on: 2021/11/6 20:18
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Re: Polarity
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Marc Williams
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, and one more time "THANK YOU."...........Marc

Posted on: 2021/11/6 11:50
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Polarity
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Marc Williams
Using age, once again as my excuse, I put my battery in as negative ground and positive to starter. Now, I have corrected THAT mistake and need to obtain the correct polarity. I understand that I am to quickly touch a jumper wire to the field. (1) Is the field the smaller stud on the top of the generator? (2) Do I get my power from the positive ground or negative connected to the starter? Thanks

Posted on: 2021/11/6 10:54
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Re: Aftermarket Air Conditioning
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Marc Williams
A very belated "Thank You" for your time and information..............Marc

Posted on: 2021/11/4 20:32
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Re: changed frayed connection to oil sender in 22nd series Custom and now not working.
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Marc Williams
Thank you. I will do as you suggest as soon as I replace the plugs and wires and cap and points, etc. A slow process at best. Marc

Posted on: 2021/11/2 15:31
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Re: changed frayed connection to oil sender in 22nd series Custom and now not working.
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Marc Williams
Could I have broken the sending unit by over tightened the screw when attaching the new connection?

Posted on: 2021/11/1 13:07
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Re: changed frayed connection to oil sender in 22nd series Custom and now not working.
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Marc Williams
It was working before. However, the wire was frayed near the connection. Thus, I replaced the connection = now NOT working,

Posted on: 2021/10/31 19:35
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Re: changed frayed connection to oil sender in 22nd series Custom and now not working.
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Marc Williams
Thank you both for your information. Tomorrow, I will attack the problem via following your advise. Since I am 84, my work pace is slow; however, I will post my progress and, probably, more questions.

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Posted on: 2021/10/31 19:33
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