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03-08-2005 08:58 PM
JhnBrackett I'd be curious as to how the starter solenoids were made into pull solenoids.
06-13-2004 11:07 AM
malc Needs to go in the right forum, do a search, itīs been discussed many times.
06-13-2004 10:54 AM
troy-curt The old way is to use a starter solenoid and make them from scratch.


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06-13-2004 06:54 AM
johnnymopar you can either leave your window down so you can open the door from the outside, or wire a hidden remote switch to the door solenoid that you can access from the outside.

06-12-2004 08:55 PM
shaved door handles

I'm going to shave the door handles off of my 53 Buick--but i really dont want to mess with power openers, how do you do it the old school way?

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