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"My correct radial tire size is 235 75R 15 — not 265 75R 15 so I do now have a number of brands to be considering
Jason Thanks for your observation regarding my incorrect size as that helped me to see that it was not correct and…"
"There is a tire size calculator link on our help page. Are you sure you have 265/75/15? That would be a huge tire almost 31” tall and over 10” wide... more like a truck tire. It would be about 1” taller and 2” wider than the…"
"The AC condensation drains out at the bottom of the passenger fender
The evaporator drain is at the bottom of the evaporator on the passenger inner fender under the hood
Not the best location as it cause rust at the bottom of…"
Did some looking around to see where i could find some new 265 75r 15 radial tires for the 64 convert The current radial I have on the car I was very surprised to see the size has become a problem to locate with a close to stock looking skinny WW Any thoughts or leads on the subject would be appreciated It appears only 235 75r 15 tires are available but do not know what that size change would mean to the ride if they are usable on our cars Enjoy See More
"Cleaning the grounds— as a general rule— will bring many things in our cars electrical systems back to life at no expense — so always do that first
Ground contacts go bad from the cars age and exposer tho…"
"Yep - I took the pump out and totally disassembled it. The leak isn't coming from any of the serviceable parts...it's coming from the electrical motor part that is permanently sealed in metal. As you point out, with oil all…"
You said nothing about the reason you wanted to get to the fuel gauge ( a bug ? ) and remove the dash pad
That is what was vague about your question and caused the responses that you got which is std proceedure for fuel…"
"My suggested fix is a bit of a long shot as suggested — so replacing the unit should be the best way to fix this so you can forget it and move on to the next Repair required the car may be needing
"The most likely cause is a bad regulator ground. The upper contacts in the regulator are the ones which control the voltage. The way this is achieved is by connecting a magnetic coil in parallel with the field winding circuit, which…"
"In addition to checking the other connections, check voltage regulator ground... make sure it is well grounded to radiator support, and radiator support is grounded to main battery ground cable via the short jumper ground pigtail seen in 2nd picture…"
My 1964 Cadillac electrical system is running around 17 volt which is to high,the alternator, battery and the voltage regulator was replaced but the voltage is still to high, could it be the pig tail that plugs into the voltage regulator. See More
Did some looking around to see where i could find some new 265 75r 15 radial tires for the 64 convert The current radial I have on the car I was very surprised to see the size has become a problem…Continue
what is the vacuum canister for that is behind the drivers front fender?After removing my fender I see its got a hole in the top but nothing is hooked to it and no line is laying there.Any help would…Continue
looking for LH drivers side boomerag piece, middle piece for the grille, both braces on the back of the grille and the lower end of the bumper on the right side. My car was hit in the front end. Its…Continue
My 1964 Cadillac electrical system is running around 17 volt which is to high,the alternator, battery and the voltage regulator was replaced but the voltage is still to high, could it be the pig tail that plugs into the voltage regulator.