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Re: How to change the bulb(s) on the light switch indicator panel
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GDurgin
Thank you, Howard. I don't recall seeing this. But it may be hidden by the radio. I'll check it out. If others have examples or photos, please post.

G Durgin

Posted on: 2022/11/10 15:49
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Re: How to change the bulb(s) on the light switch indicator panel
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Dear Packard owners, I have an issue related to the dash switch panel above the air ventilation controls on my 1950 Packard club sedan, 23rd series. The lights illuminating the light switch panel is no longer working. Could someone please show me where those bulb(s) are located to change them. I recently changed the heater blower switch and how you have to remove the 2 barrel nuts to move the switch panel to access the switches. I looked for any light bulbs and didn't see any (tight space). So any support or photos would be helpful and much appreciated.

Thank you.
G Durgin

Posted on: 2022/11/10 14:37
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Re: 23rd Series Heater Core and Thermal Valve Removal
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Hi Dell,

Thanks for the post. And yes, I still want that engine. I'll contact you offline.

G Durgin
Oakland, CA

Posted on: 2018/9/18 22:26
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Re: 23rd Series Heater Core and Thermal Valve Removal
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This is helpful. Thanks a lot.

Posted on: 2018/9/18 17:44
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23rd Series Heater Core and Thermal Valve Removal
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Dear Packard owners,

I have a 1950 club sedan, 23rd series and would like information and photos on the heater system. Specifically, I would like advice on the steps for removing the heater core and heater thermal valve. I want to have the heater core cleaned and checked for leaks, as well as rebuild the thermal valve and clean and paint all the parts for a good seal on the firewall. I know heater core removal is a little complicated requiring both interior and exterior steps and would appreciate photos and best practices from those who have completed this. Thanks a lot.

G Durgin
Oakland, CA

Posted on: 2018/9/18 12:04
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Re: 41-47/48-50 repro gas tanks
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Dear Wiiliej,

Sorry for not responding sooner. I have found a solution for my gas tank challenge so I'm no longer interested in your tank. But thanks for responding.

G Durgin
Oakland

Posted on: 2018/7/11 0:21
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Re: 41-47/48-50 repro gas tanks
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Hello Williej,

I am interested in your 1940 gas tank. Is it a 17 gal or 20 gal tank? Please send me some photos of your tank from different angles to memo.durgin@gmail.com. Also, could you send me your contact info so we can discuss further. Thanks.

G Durgin
Oakland, CA

Posted on: 2018/6/21 9:12
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Re: Trouble - broken manifold bolt.
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Dear Packard owners,

I have a 1950 Packard Deluxe Club, 23rd series. My question is related to the manifold stud problems. I removed the manifold assembly because it was leaking due to crack in the intake. Anyway, after draining the coolant from the radiator some additional coolant flowed out from the back manifold studs, not sure which ones, that came out as I tried to remove the nut. So here's my question: should I use some type sealant on the threads of all the studs which I am replacing, or just anti-seize? I'd appreciate recommendations. Thanks.

G Durgin
Oakland, CA

Posted on: 2018/6/13 0:58
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Re: Removing Gas Tank from a 23rd Series Deluxe Club
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GDurgin
Thank you everyone for your informative comments. This is very helpful. I'll let you know how the gas tank removal goes and the condition of the original gas tank in my 1950 Packard.

G Durgin
Oakland, CA

Posted on: 2018/6/2 23:25
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Re: 41-47/48-50 repro gas tanks
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If Kanter Auto Parts produces a new reproduction gas tank for 1950 23rd series Packards, I would buy one.

G Durgin
Oakland, CA

Posted on: 2018/6/2 23:22
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