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D. I. Y. Wiper motor

Started this discussion. Last reply by Russ Austin Jul 6. 1 Reply

Hi all. Since my wiper motor past away and the New one i got didn't survive al the way over the big pond... I was a bit desperate. I needed a wiper motor for the M.O.T. i got in toch with my…Continue

Wiper motor

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeroen Welgemoed Jun 23. 6 Replies

Hi all. My old wiper motor made strange noises. Got a rebuilt one but cant get it to work. I tried to benchtest the old one before i ordered the rebuilt one just to see what whas going on. Couldnt…Continue

Turn signal

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeroen Welgemoed Jun 20. 4 Replies

Hi all. It has been a while since i last asked or posted something. My car has his engine put back in and i am now just working om some loose ends.The last thing i have to do before i can get on the…Continue

Happy holidays!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Anders Dec 25, 2018. 1 Reply

Hi guys. Thank you all for the help and advise i got troughout the year.Merry christmas and a happy new year to you all!!Looking forward to fill myself up with fine liquer and unhealthy food.…Continue

 

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Russ Austin replied to Jeroen Welgemoed's discussion D. I. Y. Wiper motor
"Very creative."
Jul 6
Jeroen Welgemoed posted a discussion

D. I. Y. Wiper motor

Hi all. Since my wiper motor past away and the New one i got didn't survive al the way over the big pond... I was a bit desperate. I needed a wiper motor for the M.O.T. i got in toch with my creatieve side. I bought a wiper motor of a volkswagen beatle, simply because it was a cheap one (40$). Of course it wasn't the simplest thing to do. Had to make my own adapter plate and had to link up the old wiper mechanism to the new motor. It was a pain in the ass but works pretty good. I have no park…See More
Jul 5
Jeroen Welgemoed replied to Jeroen Welgemoed's discussion Wiper motor
"Thanks Russ.  I measured everything twice.. Even took the switch apart and cleaned the contacts. I get 12v from the fuse al the way to the motor connector. Also measured recistance in each and every ground wire. Close to 0,0 ohm. Took the motor…"
Jun 23
Russ Austin replied to Jeroen Welgemoed's discussion Wiper motor
"The power wire is a straight shot to the fuse panel, so check to see if power is getting through. The fuse clips get corroded not letting power go through, even though the fuse looks good."
Jun 22
Russ Austin replied to Jeroen Welgemoed's discussion Wiper motor
"Connect a ground to the #3 terminal. That should be the low speed. Take the cover off and watch to see if the top arm with the green arrow moves when the solenoid activates.  The arm gets stuck with old grease.   I would consult with…"
Jun 22
Jeroen Welgemoed replied to Jeroen Welgemoed's discussion Wiper motor
"I looked at the electrical section in the 64 bible. It says: center connector to positive (tan and white wire). First connector (white wire) to ground. I should get low speed like that. But still just a click. I also connected the motor casing to…"
Jun 22
Russ Austin replied to Jeroen Welgemoed's discussion Wiper motor
"t is in the shop manual in the electrical section. You can bench check it. You will need some jumper wires to act as grounds and a power."
Jun 21
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Jeroen Welgemoed's discussion Wiper motor
"If you know the poitive and negative wiring a 12 volt battery chager should show you some sign of life Enjoy"
Jun 21
Jeroen Welgemoed posted a discussion

Wiper motor

Hi all. My old wiper motor made strange noises. Got a rebuilt one but cant get it to work. I tried to benchtest the old one before i ordered the rebuilt one just to see what whas going on. Couldnt get it to work. Took it apart and found out that a brush broke. Now back to the new one. All i hear is the click of the relay.. Nothing more. How do i properly benchtest a wiper motor? The middle connector is +. Left and right are ground if im not mistaking? What do i need to connect to try the…See More
Jun 21
Jeroen Welgemoed replied to Jeroen Welgemoed's discussion Turn signal
"Thanks guys i have been tampering with ground and bad wires all evening. Luckily i got them to work again. Thanks! "
Jun 20
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Jeroen Welgemoed's discussion Turn signal
"You need to remove the pannel at the base of the steering wheel to see the Flasher that Russ makes reference to Many are silver or gold color Controls the blinking of the turn signals enjoy"
Jun 19
Russ Austin replied to Jeroen Welgemoed's discussion Turn signal
"Check the turn signal flasher canister. "
Jun 19
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Jeroen Welgemoed's discussion Turn signal
"The very first thing to do with our 55 year old cars --is to be cleaning the grounds for all electrical contacts A lot will come back to life ( you should be pleasently surprised ) and is a no cost fix Now that a good thing Enjoy"
Jun 19
Jeroen Welgemoed posted a discussion

Turn signal

Hi all. It has been a while since i last asked or posted something. My car has his engine put back in and i am now just working om some loose ends.The last thing i have to do before i can get on the road safely are the turn signal lights.... I just cant get them to work properly. My cornering lights work great when using the turn switch. But none of the lights flash front or back. Sometimes the fender indicator goes on but they don't flash either when using the signal switch.The light units…See More
Jun 19

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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
1964, sedan deville 6 window.
Cadillac LaSalle Club Member? If Yes, Membership #?
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Since 19-06-2018

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Re upholstering seats

Started by paul in Restoration Discussion. Last reply by Jason Edge 2 hours ago. 5 Replies

Hello all, my question pertains to interior of a recent barn find.  A 1963 cadillac sedan with 16000 original miles.  Unfortunately it had mice in the car, so of course the whole interior which is…Continue

Current 1963/64 Cadillac Listings on eBay

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To see all 1963/64 Cadillacs Listed on eBay in the USA…Continue

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Disc Brakes and Cadillac 48 spoke wire wheels

Started by James Elkins in General Discussion. Last reply by tim sparks 9 hours ago. 1 Reply

I've been thinking about upgrading to the CPP front disc brake kit for my 64. I'm running the wheel vintiques 15x6" Cadillac wire wheel. The brake kit says must use with a disc brake compatible…Continue

New dimmer switch

Started by Russ Austin in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion 21 hours ago. 0 Replies

I have new headlight dimmer switches for cars with the guidematic system…Continue

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Is there a separate Starter Relay, or does the Solenoid serve that purpose?

Posted by Norman Silverman on August 30, 2019 at 5:57pm 7 Comments

Hello All.

I will be replacing the starter solenoid tomorrow (actually my mechanic will do the work, I'll just supervise). In checking the FSM electrical schematic and chapter verbiage, I don't see anything that looks like (or is referred to as) a starter Relay. It seems the Starter Solenoid serves the function and there's no separate relay. Right or Wrong?

If wrong, where…

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Starter Solenoid replacement-how difficult? Where to buy?

Posted by Norman Silverman on August 20, 2019 at 8:24pm 8 Comments

Hello All.

I believe the starter solenoid has gone bad in my 64 DeVille. When I turn the key, often all I get is a click, then if I try a few times again the starter turns perfectly. All battery cables are on tight and the battery is good. So, I believe this problem is the solenoid. Where do I buy the right solenoid and is it necessary to remove the starter in order to swap it out? …

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Frame Markings

Posted by Gene McIlroy on August 12, 2019 at 6:26pm 1 Comment

Just got my frame back from powder coating so thought I would post photos of the front and rear frame markings.…

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Lining up the drive shaft

Posted by Dominic Salemi on August 12, 2019 at 5:47pm 2 Comments

Can anyone shed some light on how to position the complete drive shaft in the correct position? I want to make sure my drive shaft is installed properly.

Thanks

Dominic

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