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Below is a list of items or How To articles on your Forward Look Car.  Some of these are extracts from a manual and some are practical experiences by Members of various Mopar Clubs.  The have been reviewed by people who know on how to do these repairs.
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Adjustments

Shift Cable- How to

Brake Adjustment- How to
Steering Box Alignment
Steering Box Gear Adjust- How To

Brakes

Brake Diagnosis  Hints and Tips

Rear Drum Removal - Early to 1964

Brake Parts Images - Parts Breakdowns
Brake Adjustment- How to

Brakes  Disc Brake Conversion

Disc Brake Conversion Kits (Bolt In)
Bone Yard - - Do it Yourself (Harder)

Carburetor Repairs

List of Carburetor Numbers 1955 to 1970

Electrical

Basic Wiring Do's and Don'ts  Generic 
Gauge Repair Gas  Generic 
Low Body Voltage - Bulk Head Connectors  
 

Fuel System

How to clean your gas tank    

Ignition

Spark Plug Wear  

Steering

Steering Box Alignment

Steering Box Gear Adjust- How To

Transmission

Kick Down Adjust-How to
Transmission Manuals  Torqueflite "cast iron" page
Differences in Poly Engine Transmissions 

Differential
Information on Chrysler 8 3/4 Rears 
Rebuild and 8 3/4 rear

 

   
Disclaimer:

We are not responsible if you do not use the appropriate safety precautions when performing any of these repairs.  We are also not responsible if you break/destroy something as a result of these repairs.  The information provided is supported with factory manuals where available.  We cannot be responsible if you do not follow the directions or have worn parts in a 40+ year old vehicle.  After all, we can't see what you did.  Thanks.

 

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