Justin Salgado
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429 rebuild/parts car

Started this discussion. Last reply by Justin Salgado May 1. 69 Replies

Hey guys my name is Justin,New to this whole Forum thing looking for some help!!I bought a 64 two-door hardtop about 2 years ago and started to slowly rebuild it. Replaced everything in between…Continue

 

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Justin Salgado replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
"As soon as i moved it after it was reinstalled i could hear it fall apart lol total bummer. It was a pain to put in and out. Ive bypassed it for now and she's bck on the road for now!"
May 1
Russ Austin replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
"Justin, the slider and base of the NSS is broken and will not function at all. I can repair it for 50.00 plus parts if needed. Considering these commonly sell for over 125.00, it is a good repair. email me at russ85747@hotmail.com if you're…"
May 1
Justin Salgado replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
"Got it out cleaned everything looks like some of it broke off going to reinstall and see what happens."
May 1
Justin Salgado replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
"Found it connected to two wires together and it crank over thanks guys"
May 1
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
"The NSS is at the base of the steering column --on top of the coiumn near the floor You have vacuum and electrical lines going to it Follow Russ's directions to by pass it and then repair it if needed Enjoy"
May 1
Russ Austin replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
"If the car starts, it is a bad NSS. Neutral Safety Switch."
Apr 30
Justin Salgado replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
"If that works it's just a bad neutral safety switch on the transmission for th 400? I'll go try that now thanks"
Apr 30
Russ Austin replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
"Check for power to the dark blue wire. It is coming from your NSS and should have power.  You may have a bad/out of adjustment NSS.   At the NSS, take the dark blue and violet wire and jump them together. I bet your car will now…"
Apr 30
Justin Salgado replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
"Okay I have power to the center and the one on the left the one on the right has nothing even with the key for Word the other two have power all the time."
Apr 30
Justin Salgado replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
"Well that explains why the windows stopped working and my rear defrost randomly turned on and was working now nothing. I have to keep the key turned in the start position while I test it haven't done that yet. I'll try that now!"
Apr 30
Russ Austin replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
"That is your power window relay. When the ignition switch is turned on, the relay closes allowing the windows to work. Did you test to see if power is going to the starter solenoid when the ignition switch is turned to start?"
Apr 30
Justin Salgado replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
Apr 30
Justin Salgado replied to Justin Salgado's discussion 429 rebuild/parts car
" does anybody know what this thing is???  Went to start the car the other day and nothing happens. had to jump it with a screwdriver on the starter get it home. tested the battery was fine, replace the positive and negative battery cables…"
Apr 30
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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
64 Cadillac Fleetwood!
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Hello all.

I need to replace the muffler on my 64 and the local shop does not have the correct one.

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I just purchased an original (not re-painted, nor reupholstered) 64 Sedan De Ville 4 window. When I purchased it the front seat was adjusted forward and tilted down in front; two of the worst positions for me, so I had no choice but to attempt to repair it. 

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