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Old 06-03-2007, 09:05 AM
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I am a woman who knows nothing about the mechanics of vehicles, but I am a quick learner and I fix much of what I cannot afford to hire out, to include plumbing problems, putting in fence lines, cutting trees & chopping firewood.

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Hi welara, I also know nothing about mechanics but still bought a ratty 49 chevy pickup. I'm starting from scratch. I figure if I can take it apart I can put it back together (maybe with a little guidance lol) I just put my gas tank and lines back together, don't yet know what I'll do next. What ever you're thinking, I say "go for it" I think the worst that can happen is it will take a lonnnnnnng time. I have to save for every part :-)

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Welcome to the site welara. Lots of info and opinions here. To get the most out of the site check out the Knowledge Base and use the search function for quick answers to your questions. As well check out the Project Journals for info and inspiration.

Hope you have found a solution to your ignittion switch problem. I had a similar problem last winter when my switch froze up. I used lock deicer to lubricate it. You might try that or a product that lubricates door locks like graphite.

Glad to have you here and enjoy the site.
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