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  1. Electrical
    I have a '67 Fairlane that was a bare bones car originally. I'm not sure of the amperage but I'll be running the alternator from a '94 F-150. I've added an electric fuel pump and will be installing A/C. I'm not planning on electric radiator fans. The original wire feeding the fuse block...
  2. Hotrodding Basics
    I bought this 1929 Model A hotrod and am fixing it up. It has a custom wood dash that covers whatever original Model A dash was there. In this dash is a gas gauge, but its not hooked up to anything (except the dash light wire). The dash that is in this car covers where the original Model A gas...
  3. Electrical
    Hi everyone, One of the things I am doing to my truck is replacing the gauge lights with LED's. It is cumbersome to place one, then have to put the cluster back in to verify that I have the positive and negative poles right. Does anyone happen to have a pin out on the cluster where it connects...
  4. General Rodding Tech
    Hi, I have a 1973 Pontiac Laurentian/Chevrolet Impala. The problem I have been having with it is; when my gas gauge gets down to the 1/4 tank mark, it will not go any lower than that. I have actually ran out of gas when the gauge claims that I have a 1/4 tank left. Any insight/help is greatly...
  5. Hotrodders' Lounge
    I'm trying to find a suitable alternate location for a temp sender in my 1986 Chevy K10. The original spot between 1 and 3 is blocked by the headers. So I'm wondering if i can use the port on top of the intake manifold. there are two pics attached. would this be an OK spot for a temp sending...
  6. Electrical
    I'm looking for a set of Stewart Warner 105H-D electric speedo installation instructions? Can anyone help me? [email protected]
  7. Electrical
    Hello everyone. I'm wondering if anyone has ever changed out the led bulb in the Autometer Sport Comp II Mechanical Oil Preasure Gauge. It came with a white led & I bought a replacement (blue) led for it but I can't find anywhere that says how to open the gauge to change the bulb. Please help if...
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