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Messages - Ross Wooldridge

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MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / Meet WAYGUN!!
« on: November 05, 2010, 09:43:39 PM »
Very Cool!  I'm sure Bill will be thrilled to see you and the wagon.
 
Let me know how it goes.
 

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MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / Meet WAYGUN!!
« on: November 05, 2010, 07:48:23 AM »
It's so great to see that wagon getting the love it deserves.  You gotta make sure you go and visit Bill with it, especially after you've cleaned up the engine compartment and got the tank sender working again.
 
Still think you gotta look for a Kilo speedo for it just to be Canadian, eh?  Probably available in Europe in those Scandinavian Junkyards....

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MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / Meet WAYGUN!!
« on: September 29, 2010, 05:31:08 PM »
Awesome, so glad it's in good hands.  That is a very special car, and you are the right person to have it.  I wouldn't have put Bill on to anyone who didn't meet my strict criteria for ownership of that lovely car.
 
Can't wait to see it all fixed up, dual, clean engine bay, new hoses, etc. 
 
Just gotta get the right size tires or change out the speedo gear for the speedo to read right, and maybe look for a Kilo speedo.
 
jazzandmoparguy2010-09-29 22:32:11

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Tech- - ELECTRICAL / Cold Light
« on: April 17, 2008, 07:23:24 AM »
I think they fixed the problem by 69, the Dodges for 66 were very small little triangles....  however, I could be wrong, but mine don't show up at all during the day!

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Tech- - ELECTRICAL / Cold Light
« on: April 17, 2008, 04:18:23 AM »
Oh, and yes, the temp sender for Cold and Hot light equipped cars is still available, I just bought one last year too. That sender was used in a multitude of cars. 
 
Ground the wires to the block to see if the bulbs work first, then check the bulbs in the dash, and then replace the sender last.  That is the order of operations for trouble shooting that issue. 
 
jazzandmoparguy2008-04-17 09:19:58

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Tech- - ELECTRICAL / Cold Light
« on: April 17, 2008, 04:15:18 AM »
Regarding why some 65's and 66's had them in the dash and others didn't?  I got the answer from a Mopar grey beard years ago when I discovered the "non-functioning" signals in the speedo of my 66 T&C.
 
The speedo clusters were all the same, and the signal holes were simply covered in black tape on the assembly line.  My 66 T&C still had the black tape over the holes when I put the bulbs and sockets in.
 
Now, in Ma Mopars wierd way, contemporary Furys and Monacos got the fender mounted units, but they were small and dim enough that they were not able to be seen during the day, and therefore the in dash signal bulbs were left in....  go figure!
 
 

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