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Maintenance / Re: Keep blowing CLK-LTR/CTSY fuse
« on: February 22, 2018, 08:51:41 PM »
I finally found the issue.  I had a single contact bulb in a two contact socket.  Installed the right bulb and my sail panel and courtesy lights are all lit up now!  Thanks and on to the next issue

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Maintenance / Keep blowing CLK-LTR/CTSY fuse
« on: February 16, 2018, 12:29:42 AM »
I keep blowing the CLK-LTR/CTSY HAZ 20 amp fuse.  While trying to track down the problem and instead of burning through fuses, is there another way to test?

I thought it was the door jamb pin switch because the threads are stripped so I put a nut on the backside of the switch and cleaned the paint around the switch but it still blows the fuse. 

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General Discussion / Re: Me Driving at Sonoma Raceway on the track
« on: February 04, 2018, 11:00:23 PM »
That is awesome!

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Maintenance / Re: Is this a Packard 56 series terminal?
« on: June 02, 2017, 03:05:05 AM »
Thanks fo the help guys.  The terminal did break off a 2 year old American Autowire Factory Fit harness.  I called them, and was able to purchase a couple and repaired the glove box wire. Good as new. Thanks for all the help...

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Maintenance / Is this a Packard 56 series terminal?
« on: April 15, 2017, 08:00:14 PM »
This was on the glove box light wire and I am looking to replace it.  Anyone know the type of terminal this is?  Thanks


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My car: '67 L48 350 with K24 & K19

I Just installed this crankcase vent tube:

And after dropping in the distributor, I noticed there is now limited rotation of the distributor.  Will this cause a problem when trying to time the motor?

I ask because I was using the test light method to set static timing mentioned in one of David Vizard's book but couldn't get the light to go off due to the lack of distributor rotation.  I have about 4" of rotation before the distributor hits either the vent tube or intake manifold.

Also, when the nut is installed on this bolt:

it's pretty tight and a distributor wrench doesn't get much travel when tightening or loosening the distributor hold down bolt.  Is this normal as well?



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Originality / Help identifying crankcase vent tube
« on: February 05, 2017, 02:19:02 PM »
Any one able to tell what this crankcase vent tube is from (makes/models/years)? 

I'm assuming a car with K19 A.I.R. Since it has the diverter valve bracket. 

Measures 15" long. 

Thanks,

Joe






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Awe man, and I thought I almost had it down!  Thanks so much for the insight.

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Ok guys, my car is í67 RS/SS 4 barrel quadrajet L48 California car with K19 & K24 and originally a Powerglide (if that matters).  My PCV is threaded into the oil fill tube with a non vented cap and I have no holes in the chrome script valve covers.  Iíve done some research but still have a few questions. 

Can some confirm for me before I make a purchase with Paragon Corvette, that with the closed PCV system I would need the block adapter tube shown on K24 A2 of the AIM p/n 3881848?  If so, is this the one I need: https://www.paragoncorvette.com/p-353523-crankcase-vent-tube-nova-327350-hp.aspx


Also, in the AIM, K19 A10 shows an air cleaner p/n: 6424487 with two tubes in the base (which is the one I have) but K24 A2 shows an air cleaner with a p/n of 6424486.  This air cleaner has filter in the side wall of air cleaner base.  Which one would be correct or how do I know which one I would need?

Lastly, K24 A2 shows two bungs on the oil fill tube going to two different places on the carb.  Is that just to show the two different set ups? 


K24:
K19:



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General Discussion / Re: Clippinger 0-0 paint 1967 Camaro
« on: March 24, 2016, 02:29:12 AM »
The white Camaro in the photo with the TYK 000 license has been owned by me since 1970. The car is a true SS 350 Camaro with White Paint code CC. The car was a suspension development car for Guldstrand Egineering that was owned by Gary Wheeler at the time. The car was supposedly one of the first SS 350 sold by Clippinger Chevrolet in Covina. Jon Mello is aware of the car and its history.

Wow, your license plate is the closest to my 01C car I've seen yet! Cool

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Maintenance / Re: Quadrajet Float Bowl: Is anything not repairable?
« on: April 26, 2015, 12:27:03 AM »
Got it. Thanks

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Maintenance / Re: Quadrajet Float Bowl: Is anything not repairable?
« on: April 25, 2015, 05:17:31 PM »
Thanks for the help fellas.


Will a soaking in a carb dip remove that gasket/epoxy crud?

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Maintenance / Quadrajet Float Bowl: Is anything not repairable?
« on: April 24, 2015, 09:50:24 PM »
I have to send out the bowl to have the fuel inlet heli-coiled because they are a bit worn,  but before I do, I don't want to get my hopes up.  From these pictures, Is anything not repairable/reusable within the float bowl itself?   







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General Discussion / Re: oil pressure fitting
« on: April 23, 2015, 02:00:29 AM »
This is what's on the back of my oil gauge.


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Maintenance / Re: Any other options for crankcase ventilation?
« on: March 29, 2015, 02:50:37 AM »
Thanks for the help guys. Until I can get my hands on the K19/K24 parts I'm going to use the valve cover for ventilation...

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