Hi Jason thank you for your reply. Your picture shows the bumper nearer to the front of the car my picture shows it towards the rear of the car (from the back of the crossmember) My bumper does look…Continue
I have sent 2 photos of the Transmission yaw bumpers (side mounts) It appears they only touch the trans bellhousing on the very edge. Is that the correct position? Does not seem right to me but I…Continue
My 64 Sedan De Ville has a vibration starting at 20 and stops at 25 to 30 mph before that and after that car runs smooth. Thinking it might be an exhaust vibration I put a little sill glide silicone…Continue
"I looked at the CLC database and my Chapter notes and show own a 1964 Sedan de Ville Four Window (6339) so you would have the Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission and need the longer THM Yaw Mounts. Can't tell from the pictures from m phone what I am…"
"Yaw mounts are mounted above the crossmember pointed up against the curved area of the bell housing. There were two types of Yaw Mounts: a shorter one used the Hydra-Matic transmissions and a longer one used with the Turbo Hydra-Matic. I am…"
"I tried for quite some time to find cut pile carpet for my 64 Sedan De Ville and could not find anything. My carpet was not worn but it did have stains. So, I took it out had it cleaned. There is someone here in CT that does leather and vinyl repair…"
"New tires —balanced will do wonders for the cars ride
A good first place to start especially as you know they have years on them already
Sitting causes flat spots that can mess up your smooth ride
The thing with sitting…"
"I want to thank everyone for all the great replies to my post. All of your information has been very helpful. I did look at all my rubber components first based on cars condition and age seems the most logical place to start. I did notice some fine…"
"This is a great post. I get a noticeable vibration at about 40 mph which stops at about 44 mph. I've have my mechanic look it over a number of times and we have been unable to locate it source of the vibration. Although my tires are…"
"Ron All parts associated with the rear axel - control arm bushings - shocks — the ball joint above the rear end housing and the bearings at the middle of the driveshaft could add to the vibration and should be inspected…"
"It could be a few things. Probably the most common cause is drive line angle. The angle shifts when motor mounts, especially the the transmission mount collapse. This discussion comes up often. You can use the search function (upper right-hand…"
My 64 Sedan De Ville has a vibration starting at 20 and stops at 25 to 30 mph before that and after that car runs smooth. Thinking it might be an exhaust vibration I put a little sill glide silicone on the rubber hangers which are only 10 years old and in very good condition. This did not help. There is no vibration when car idles or when I rev it up. The car runs and shifts great. I have just recently noticed this vibration. I have owned this car for over 10 years I bought it with 18000 miles…See More
Hi everyone just looking for some input as to which copy of the master parts list would be a better fit for meFor some reason there are 2 variations of them one being 1957-1964 and the other being…Continue
My son, unbeknownst to me, had all three of the horns on our 1963 Eldorado completely restored. We had recently added the Eldorado trumpet horn to the two standard horns and the sound was not very good... we had heard good ones so we knew something was not right... but there was not much we could do to get better sound from the 3 horns.
There is a restoration service called The Horn Works who my son…