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The shift lever. Sit in the car and move the shift lever. You will see the column move. That is what moves the PRNDL2L1 indicator.
Make sure you have a spring (coil spring) in the lower hose. They
stopped putting them in a while ago. What happens is when the engine
My OIL idiot light is coming on at idle. My mechanical gauge shows 40# of
oil pressure. -However-, it's not moving with engine RPM like it used...
I think the hard part is unbolting the wiper arm mechanism. You pop off the
plastic cowl screen and unbolt it. You might want to hold the wiper...
Be careful. Those old lines will break easily if you tug too hard. Try some WD-40
on them and let it soak in.
In the Immortal Words of Bill Cosby:
Blow out the Gunk.
Try dropping into second gear and wrapping it up to 3500 RPM.
Back in the day, it...
Are you running an aftermarket spark box ?
My tach went crazy when I installed an MSD6 spark box.
Removing the condenser in the circuit fixed...
.. Looking at new Camaros, and having 5 Salesguys hovering around your
'78 talking about it when you come back to it.
Writing Cursive is already an art form.
Once you pull open the rear and have one bad bearing, you might as well replace them all. You need air and special tools to setup the crush sleeve...
I always recommend putting dielectric schmoo on all connectors. It prevents corrosion, water damage, and spark-jump.
Maybe the turn light relay ?
BTW: The condensers on the car are 'electrolytic capacitors'. The electrolyte
dries out in about 10 years. You really should replace them.
Battery or starter. Check connections. Hooke up a volt meter and have someone hit the key. It should not go below 10.5 Vdc.
GM changed the entire car from 69-70. The foamy-stick-on stuff works well.
Personally I would use Weatherstripping sealant. It's a soft...
Remember, you have to push IN on the key and (sometimes) have to twist the
steering wheel in order for the Wheel Lock to allow the Key to turn....
I had a similar problem. Turns out that my water pump was out-of-the-box defective. I bought a Flow-Cooler pump that has worked just fine.
I don't care how well you seal that sucker... it's going to leak. Subframes or not.
Sounds Like Vapor Lock. The gas is boiling in the fuel line.
I have straight plug heads and Hooker comps. #6 gets fried on a regular basis.
About once a year.