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Re: Dash lights
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spfan
Thank you

Posted on: 7/20 12:14
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Dash lights
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Upon looking at the instrument panel even closer I saw the words pass,park,city be and another word I could not make out , what do these indicate?

Posted on: 7/20 11:49
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dash lights
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Hello, I just read an article on a 1935 Packard 8 convertible sedan, there were pictures of the instrument panel in which I noticed the word "pass" lit up to the right of the fuel gage. Looking at close ups I noticed other words to the right of this. Would someone be able to tell me what the purpose of these lighted words are?
I am a nerd for little details like this and am really curious.
Thanks
Spfan

Posted on: 7/20 11:02
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Re: car won't start
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spfan
I want to thank everyone for your tips and good advice, I replaced the battery cables(it was still equipped with the original factory units) and bought a new battery (not the original) and she's up and running thanks gain!
SPfan

Posted on: 6/30 15:39
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car won't start
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Hi everyone, I am hoping that someone can shed some light on my cars issue and also save my sanity.
I am the proud owner of an original 1957Packard Clipper Towne sedan, I have owned it for eight predominantly trouble free years of ownership. Well, last week I was out for a drive in "Bess" (my pet name for my finned chromey beauty) and pulled into a restaurant to take a break. When I came out she would not start. She had power (the battery is a year old and fully charged) the lights work. When I turned the key there was a buzzing coming from the firewall. After getting it towed home I checked every connection that I could think of and could find nothing loose.
Admittingly I am not a mechanical genius and would really appreciate some help.
thanks in advance
SPfan

Posted on: 6/15 11:31
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car horn
#6
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spfan
Hi All,
I have a non operating horn on my 57 Clipper. Can anyone tellme where the fuse to the horn is? I took off the horn medalion and could not find a fuse.

spfan

Posted on: 2021/10/6 14:57
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Re: tail light lens removal
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spfan
Tanks for the information, I appreciate it!

Posted on: 2021/4/21 10:52
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tail light lens removal
#8
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spfan
Hi, I'm needing some information and hoping to pick someone's knowledgeable brain; how do I remove the tail light lens from my 1957Packard Clipper sedan?

Posted on: 2021/4/20 10:28
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Re: fuse location
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spfan
Howard,
thank you so much for your insight, I really appreciate it.


spfan

Posted on: 2021/4/15 21:10
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fuse location
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spfan
Hi, I'm hoping someone can give me a simple answer. Can anyone tell me the exact location to the fuses for the brake lights?
Thanks
spfan

Posted on: 2021/4/15 14:33
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