I apologize if this has been covered here prior, but I cant seem to find anything on it. I have a 1963 4-door 62 series, here's my issue and I cant figure it out:I have brake lights, blinkers (front…Continue
"Open your shop manual to the back of the electrical section. Power is easy to trace from the headlight switch, to the connector that runs the wires under the left door sill plates.
If you need a shop manual, I have good originals for 45.00 …"
"I pulled the switch out of the dash. I tested power at each prong, there’s power to all of them when the switch is pulled all the way. That’s why I thought there might be a relay or something after it leaves the switch"
"If you pull the headlight switch all the way out to turn on the headlights the parking lights should go out. The parking lights don't stay on with the headlights. I don't know if this helps but you may be able to use this as a diagnosis…"
"Great info and thank you. Yes, I have checked power at each bulb. I will check out the dimmer as I suspected it may be a problem. The tail lights had me scrambled as I thought they were the same circuit as front running lights. How are the head…"
"Head light hi/low beam is controlled by the dimmer switch. Check that out.
The tail lights share the same power feed as the front ash tray lights and the ignition switch light. The ignition is easy to check. Just pull the socket out. It is a…"
I apologize if this has been covered here prior, but I cant seem to find anything on it. I have a 1963 4-door 62 series, here's my issue and I cant figure it out:I have brake lights, blinkers (front and rear), reverse lights and front only parking lights. The problem is the headlights (high and low beam) and the rear running lights do not work. I have checked all the fuses, took the headlight switch out and apart, there is power to and from the switch. I may be missing a fuse or relay somewhere…See More
Looking for:A decent deck lid,Left trunk hinge,Front lower bumper cans,Patch panels for front fender, rear portion of the fender (behind the front wheels),Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or text me at 909-942-1518. Thank you, JoeySee More
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Had gorgeous weather here in NC again today and did that mandatory cruising around this afternoon. This time I stopped in front of the Garner NC water tower downtown Garner and about 1/2 miles from…Continue
I'm always checking eBay for parts and wanted to pass along that I've seen some pretty cool NOS parts at what I think are reasonable prices lately. Among others, there is a front license plate holder…Continue
I am installing front seat belts in 63 coupe the holes were already in floor but I do not know how to route inner belts it appears they go through seat in middle?did not find how to remove center armrest on seat are openings there or do you cut into seat? any help or pictures would be great dan
During the process of a complete restoration (and color change) of my ‘63s interior during the winter of 2016, I replaced the aftermarket seatbelts that were in my car with restored original '64 buckles and retractors. I had a terrific experience with Ssnake-Oyl Products out of Tyler Texas, so I thought I share the info.
In my opinion, the '64 seat belt buckle with the Cadillac Crest is the coolest looking seat belt buckle ever put in a car. Apparently, they're not easy to find in…
Good Morning - I have read several, very informative posts on this site regarding the 63/64 drive shaft and am looking for a few recommendations. My Park Avenue is a relatively low mileage car (32,000); however, in an effort to make this a very reliable, long distance traveler I would like to ensure that this vital component has a clean bill of health. Normally, this would mean replacing all universal joints, greasing the slip yoke, and replacing the carrier bearing/mount. As you have…
What I enjoy most about old cars is that they can be restored to original condition, radically customized, or somewhere between those extremes, reflecting the owner's individual style. For my '63 Convertible, I want to achieve a mostly original look, with minor custom touches to make it clean, smooth, and low. This article is to share my experience in choosing and installing the suspension components to achieve a low stance and a comfortable ride.