Seems like my 63' is going to test my patience this month. I get one problem solved and another shows up. Recently I noticed I was not getting any back up lights to come on. With good advice from several of you on this blog forum figured out it was the NSS. Replaced NSS and that seemed to solve the problem, except only one back up light comes on. Checked the wiring, cleaned the connections, all other lights working correctly, have power to light green wire that connects to back up bulb …
I have to drop my tank to adjust my sending unit. While I'm at it I want to install an Electric Fuel pump - noticed that some of you have done this mod. Eventually I'm gonna swap a 500 into my '63 so Now's as good as any. I read a good post on ModCad that used an oil pressure switch as a safety - a good idea!
Hey guys, I'm getting ready to drop the tank on the '63. I've read up on all the blogs about tank leaks, seaps, vent hose, etc. Like others, I get a gas smell when over half full but no wet spots on floor or evidence of and leaks around all the hoses. So, rather than mess around, I'm just going to replace all the rubber and sender sock.
Want to gather all the parts and have a question on which size openning on the sender filter/sock. I see two listed 3/8 or 5/16?. My SDV does have…
Hello fellow Caddy brothers,I am currently in process of rebuilding my 62 Series 429 engine and need a front engine cover and an intake manifold.Or if you could guide me to a website that carries…Continue
Hello all,I have a nice complete interior for a 63 Coupe for sale. Everything from the complete dash and column with steering wheel, all the way back to the package tray. Color is light blue. Dash is…Continue
Hi.I own a 1963 sedan de ville.I now want to clean up and spraypaint the engine.I want to take the engine out.Now is my question, do i leave the transmission attached to the engine, or is it better…Continue