I cannot figure out how to replace a burned out courtesy light in the right rear door of my 1964 Fleetwood 60 Special. Does anyone know how to do this without taking the whole door panel off? I was…Continue
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"Use a small flat ended jeweler's tool or very small screwdriver to gently pull release the 4 tabs on the plastic lens. There at 2 on the top on the ends and 2 on the bottom on the ends. Just start at top and gently pry down. The light are those…"
I cannot figure out how to replace a burned out courtesy light in the right rear door of my 1964 Fleetwood 60 Special. Does anyone know how to do this without taking the whole door panel off? I was hoping the light housing would pop out but it does not seem to do so. Looking at it from below with the bottom of the door panel loosened it looks like one can't replace the bulb without getting the housing out.Any ideas???See More
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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.