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Re: Hose clamps for Twelve
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tango021
Thanks for information and pic!
This shows that clamps on my Packard are definitively not "stock". Will change it to tower-style clamps ...
Best Regards
Eric

Posted on: 1/13 12:01
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Re: Hose clamps for Twelve
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Do you mean water hose clamps?
Here are two pics of my 1938 Packard Eight.
Best Regards
Eric

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Posted on: 1/12 17:46
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Re: Wiring Question
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Thanks Mal for the additional link!
Best Regards
Eric

Posted on: 12/12 15:35
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Re: Wiring Question
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Thanks Howard for your answer, I really appreciate your help.
As I do not have an original copy of the 38-39 shop manual, your copy of page 22 is very usefull!
Unfortunatelly, I do not have both switches. Looking at this page 22, I do not think the jumper is needed on 39 switch. Anyway, I will make an electrical check just to see if there is any difference with or without jumper in action.
Thanks again for your answer and best Regards
Eric

Posted on: 12/7 14:40
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Wiring Question
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tango021
Hello,
I am still on my Packard Eight Four doors Touring Sedan 1938 restoration project.
I am working now on the re-wiring of the car.
After disassembling the dashboard, I found that the lighting switch configuration does not correspond to the 1938 model wiring diagram, but rather to the 1939 model diagram.
In particular, I'm not sure which connectors I should attach the #21 wire to. On the 1938 model, the first section of wire attaches to the left side, then the second section attaches to the connector on top.
But on the 1939 model, the first section of wire attaches to the right side at the end, and nothing is listed for the second section of wire. Can anyone tell me about this?
Thanks in advance for your help and have a great weekend.
Eric

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Posted on: 12/5 6:49
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Re: 1937 115C Suspension tear down
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Thank you very much for these two "instructions" (they are perfectly downloadable and readable in pdf).
Will be very helpful for me on my restoration project!

Best Regards

Eric

Posted on: 2021/6/2 1:54
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Re: Heater hose steel line
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tango021
Here is the line on my Packard Eight 1938.
The hose is straight, but difficult to know if it is original or previously cut.

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Posted on: 2021/2/23 8:24
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