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Re: for sale 1937 115 touring sedan
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I have lowered the price of this great looking packard to $32,000 still runs great. Thanks for looking

Posted on: 9/19 20:21
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Re: for sale 1937 115 touring sedan
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Posted on: 7/26 20:11
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for sale 1937 115 touring sedan
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I am putting my packard up for sale it is a great running car and mechinal order drives great. The inteior has been re done. Clear title in hand located in Angola In. where it is licenced I am the owner John Frei asking price is $40,000. My email is johnfrei@hotmail.com

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Posted on: 7/6 14:40
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Re: automatic choke
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Thanks for the information Owen and your input I will give it a try.

Posted on: 5/24 13:58
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Re: automatic choke
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Thanks for the advice on cleaning the choke. If you could post the adjustment of the choke that would be really great and then I would know for sure it would be the correct settings

Posted on: 5/23 10:18
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automatic choke
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on my 34 the automatic choke does not work on its own I have adjusted it on the pointer going both ways and it makes no difference. I can close it by moving the linkage by hand and it does move freely. Looking for some ideas. thanks

Posted on: 5/21 13:05
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Re: switch
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Both switches checked out ok and the short was still occuring as a slight discharge on the amp gauge. So took it for a drive as I remember the short occurring when the gas tank has just been filled up and after driving for a while sure enough the short was no more guess due to a lower fuel level.

So now am sure the short is in the sending unit for the gas gauge. Does one have to drop the tank to get at the sending unit and has anyone had a short occurring with the tank full only, could it be with the float resting to high up and shorting out. Any ideas on this. thanks for all you help in this.

Posted on: 2019/10/7 20:03
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Re: switch
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Today I checked out the brake switch is seem to be ok, but when I hook all the wires to it the brake lights do come on even when the brake pedal is not depressed. Looked at the brake linkage down there and it is not touching the switch when not engaged. Also disconnected the wires and there still is a short as the amp gauge is showing a discharge, but when all the wires are hooked to the brake switch is shows more of a discharge due to the brake lights being on.
So then disconnected the wires from the transmission brake switch and they made no difference in discharge on the amp gauge.
Moved around all wires under the car and under the hood but made no difference in the discharge of the short trying to find it. So right now am at a loss of finding any thing. Looking for ideas any help would be great

Posted on: 2019/10/2 19:05
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Re: switch
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No the short occurs when I turn on my cut off relay. But when I sometimes step on the brake and remove the wires from the brake switch and then hook them back up the short does not occur. Also my back up brake lights do not come on when I back up or even put the transmission in reverse with the engine not running like they use too.

Posted on: 2019/10/1 8:45
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switch
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This switch underneath a 34 1101 does what, it is located just below where the brake assembly moves when the brake pedal is depressed, to the rear of the battery underneath I know two wires run to it one for the brake lights and the other I am not sure. What does this switch do as I think that is where my short in the car is. Can it go bad and cause a short showing up on the amp gauge.

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Posted on: 2019/9/30 20:12
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