My first time taking apart a motor and trying to follow the manual. My steel pipe running under the intake manifold back to the heater core hose has a 3/16 hole drilled in it about 1/2” from the end…Continue
"From left to right: Oil filler tube, hot water return pipe, PCV Pipe. I use a rubber mallet and tap the tube left and right until it begins to wiggle and dislodge then remove from top cover. To install, use wood or hard plastic/rubber on top to…"
"Larry, I have all 3 top of engine parts below cleaned and painted reduced to a very nice price of $30 each or $75 for the lot of 3 items. Of course you get an addition 10% off as a Chapter Member. The return pipe is similar to the one I posted…"
"Hey Larry. There should be no hole in the pipe... just the hole at each end! If the hose and clamp covers it you should be find. I have seen them with the rear or front clamp broken off or rotted off, and the ends badly corroded but never a hole…"
My first time taking apart a motor and trying to follow the manual. My steel pipe running under the intake manifold back to the heater core hose has a 3/16 hole drilled in it about 1/2” from the end closest to the water pump. Is this suppose to be there? The hose and clamp we’re covering it. Second question are the water pump bolts suppose to have lock washers on them?See More
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"Hi Larry, It is great to have another Chapter Member join us here on the 63/64 site. It is even more of an honor to have this month's feature Caddy and Caddy Owner join us. Please take a bow, and join the fun! Jason."
Dec 12, 2020
Larry Rees is now a member of 63/64 Cadillac Website
Hi Larry, It is great to have another Chapter Member join us here on the 63/64 site. It is even more of an honor to have this month's feature Caddy and Caddy Owner join us. Please take a bow, and join the fun! Jason.
All, I just got my 63 Eldorado Biarritz and am looking for a good trustworthy mechanic/garage that can do repairs and maintenance for it since my knowledge about mechanical things are very limited. I…Continue
I dropped off my block at machine shop other day, and asked about balancung the crankshaft, wheter i needed to get all the pistons, rings, etc. For him to weigh them and balance. I had seen it done…Continue
I'm trying to remove the rear seatback on my 1964 deville conv. The only help on this site that I can find is the following:
The seatback, its bright stainless trim, and the speaker grille are removed as an assembly. The seat back hangs on two hooks near the top, and is retained to the body by two bolts and washers near the floor, one on the right side, one on the left.Once these fasteners are removed, lift the seat back upward and free it from the hooks
Are the front and rear seat frames the same for 63/64 Coupes and Convertibles because Original parts group makes reproduction seat covers for 1963 only and and i prefer the 1963 seat pattern so with that being said does anyone have information regarding this thanks.