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Russ Austin replied to john kilbourne's discussion fuse-sized 40 amp circuit breaker?
"I have a good used one for 5.00   Send me an email;  russ85747@hotmail.com "
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Russ Austin replied to Jay Waters's discussion 1964 cadillac carb vacuum fitting
"I have a good piece, send me an email please;  russ85747@hotmail.com  I will need your zip code for a shipping quote. "
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Jay Waters replied to Jay Waters's discussion 1964 cadillac carb vacuum fitting
"Looking for this vacuum fitting on a 1964. It comes off the back of the carter carburetor. Large port goes to the brake booster and the small port goes to the transmission. Anyone have one ?"
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Jason Edge replied to john kilbourne's discussion fuse-sized 40 amp circuit breaker?
"I’ve got a good stash of VG used ones ... for now. They have been steady sellers."
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john kilbourne replied to john kilbourne's discussion fuse-sized 40 amp circuit breaker?
"OK, Advance found one if anyone else needs them. The part is Dorman 85618. Their supplier happens to be Keystone, but others may be able to get them too. Amazingly, Rodney in Brunswick, Maine REMEMBERED the original part number, no longer valid, but…"
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fuse-sized 40 amp circuit breaker?

The book says, for the windows on my 62 series convert, either a 25 amp normal fuse or a 40 amp CB,  circuit breaker. My local Advance store can't so far find such a thing, nor are there any on Amazon or eBay. Do we have a source? Try a 40 amp slo blow? a 25 amp slow blow? settle for a 25 amp normal? All my fault, this one - I had to wire a new connector for the bypass switch and I shorted it. Um, I could disconnected the battery..  See More
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Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Michael Chomout's discussion Compression test
"I know that one of the front bumper bolts will thread into the harmonic balancer bolt hole ( where the caulk plug came originally stock ) —but not sure which one it would be —if that is the way you desire to be turning the engine…"
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Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Michael Chomout's discussion Compression test
"A rust buster type  penetrating oil ( PB Blaster-is  best  ) would  be good in the cylinders to help loosen the gummed up rings of an engine not run much in last 20 years ? Easy to spray into the cylinders  Very good chance…"
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Jason Edge replied to Jason Edge's discussion Current 1963/64 Cadillac Listings on eBay
"See new 1963/64 Cadillac eBay Listings below for July 7, 2020 1964 Cadillac Other Coupe LS Restomod 70+ Photos & Video SCROLL DOWN click 'READ MORE' Pre-Owned $33,995.00 Jul-6 19:46 or Best Offer Year: 1964 Miles: 52,717Make:…"
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Tosh Dickenson replied to Michael Chomout's discussion Compression test
"Doesn't matter what oil, whatever you are running in the car would be fine. Next step would be to perform a leak down test.  You can usually rent a leak down tester from an auto parts store. Important that you get each cylinder at top dead…"
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"Jason  Have you loaded the 63 and 62 service bulletins as you indicated you wood and if so where can they be found on the site Thanks  Enjoy "
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Anders replied to Dominic Salemi's discussion Rear Wheel Bearings Replacement
"Also read: http://6364cadillac.ning.com/profiles/blog/show?id=6543066%3ABlogPost%3A42722&commentId=6543066%3AComment%3A42865 I would buy the SKF bearings. Not because they are Swedish, but because they are good."
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Michael Chomout replied to Michael Chomout's discussion Compression test
"Thank you for that helpful advise. I will try this week to do a compression test with oil. Do you have recommendations which oil to use? Hopefully it will be a valve issue since I don't like to pull the engine. The car was not driven often in…"
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fuse-sized 40 amp circuit breaker?

Started by john kilbourne in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Russ Austin 30 minutes ago. 3 Replies

The book says, for the windows on my 62 series convert, either a 25 amp normal fuse or a 40 amp CB,  circuit breaker. My local Advance store can't so far find such a thing, nor are there any on…Continue

1964 cadillac carb vacuum fitting

Started by Jay Waters in Wanted to Buy. Last reply by Russ Austin 31 minutes ago. 2 Replies

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Compression test

Started by Michael Chomout in Restoration Discussion. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 5 hours ago. 5 Replies

Dear Gents, just had time to dova compression test on the 429 engine by warming up the engine and removed all plugs and went through cranking without pouring oil into the cylinder since I want to…Continue

Current 1963/64 Cadillac Listings on eBay

Started by Jason Edge in For Sale. Last reply by Jason Edge 5 hours ago. 0 Replies

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64 Power Servo vacuum leak

Posted by Kent Prows on June 27, 2020 at 4:02pm 0 Comments

I finally got around to fixing a leak in my heater core.  I decided to check to see if there were any other obvious issues while I had everything torn apart.  When I put a vacuum directly (bypassing the transducer) to the power servo it gets to about 10" and then slowly leaks back to zero.  The fan will not go to full and the mode door will not open completely.  I have read a couple of other posts that said they repaired the power servo leaks.  How?  Does anyone have one to sell?  I just…

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63 Caddy Horn

Posted by Robert Alan Shannon on May 27, 2020 at 9:25am 9 Comments

 Just noticed a 1963  Caddy trumpet horn on Ebay. No part # given but some of his other items are 1963 specific, just throwin this out there, I have no connection to this listing .

Wiring connection help.

Posted by Jimmy Davis on May 24, 2020 at 9:15pm 2 Comments

Can someone help me figure where these connections go? I have a 64 60 special if it matters.…



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Wood grain finally done.

Posted by Jimmy Davis on May 20, 2020 at 4:57pm 3 Comments

After years of wanting to, I finally redid my wood dash paneling on my 64 60s. Not too hard to do either.…

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