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Originality / SS Non X Code Cars
« on: November 29, 2007, 11:55:58 PM »
Hi guys,
Okay, I normally hang out over at tc, but I'm looking at making a trade and want to make sure the car (1969 SS) is a REAL SS!  Let's start with what I think constitutes a real SS car and you guys can confirm or correct me and also let me know what else I missed.  For starters, a real small block non X code SS car would have the 300 hp 350 coded motor, either a TH350 or (in this case) a Muncie 4 speed, and a 12 bolt posi rear end.  Would have the SS Hood springs (28 coils), power steering, front power disc brakes and YA coded 14" x 7" wheels.  Did all SS's come with the consol mounted gauge package and WHAT DID I GET WRONG & OR WHAT ELSE can I use to ID a real non X coded SS car?  Thanks everyone.  Charlie

Maintenance / Re: Wipers Don't Work
« on: June 21, 2006, 05:05:35 AM »
Kevin, good point on the grounding.  I put a ground wire on the wiper motor, to no avail.  I'll do the same on the wiper switch to see if that makes a difference.  As noted, I have power at the wiper motor (all three leads).  I just checked for power at the switch and found the center and right wires (one light blue, the other black) both have 12 volts, but the far left wire (dark blue) did not have any power.  Do you know if that wire (far left dark blue) is for the washer or the wiper?  I don't really care if I have a washer at this point, but if it's for the wiper, then it's part of the problem.  I'm guessing the far left wire goes to the washer, correct????  Thanks, Charlie

Maintenance / Wipers Don't Work
« on: June 20, 2006, 06:06:27 PM »
This is my 1st post to CRG (so please go easy on me). I'm just getting started on the  wipers that don't work on my 69.  I tested the electrical current at the motor--- with the key on & wiper switch off, I get 12 volts at all three leads on the motor and the same with the key on and the wiper switch on---- yet the wipers don't work.  So where do I go from here?  If it involves removing the wiper motor from the firewall, can I get detailed (step by step) instructions on how to do that?  Thanks, Charlie   

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