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I believe that wire has to do with the TCS, Transmission controls spark. I had that on my 70. I believe it connects to the transmission.
That is an excellent repair. Great job!!!
Good idea. Let us know how it works.
Really nice problem solving. Great job.
I reattached mine with a hot glue gun. That way if I ever have to take it apart again I can. I think epoxy would make that difficult.
$3.91 a gal. that’s a bargain!! I’m paying $4.40 a gal for the same grade here in California. Really sucks.
Interesting. I’d like to see a video of it driving down the road.
I put 5th gen power seats in my 70. Had to do a little fab work to mount them. Found them online for $500, full power. Here’s a photo
That looks like a concussion waiting to happen.
It’s what GM used for corrosion protection.
On top of that buyers are being charged sales tax now. I found this out the other day.
I put a set of Headman 68278 on a few years ago. Here’s a photo of the fit.
I did not use a seal under the shifter hump. I tack welded the hump in place and used seam sealer to the floor board. It is open underneath.
Sounds like a classic case of money burning a hole in your pocket. Lol.
You will find the switch at the base of the steering column at the firewall in the drivers compartment. Not in the engine bay.
That is great!!
I’ve done it also, as stated above. It’s just a pain rolling around on the ground but you can do it.
Not sure but does it go to the A/C compressor clutch?
I am so sorry to hear the news of your wife. I can’t image the pain. You have may condolences.