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  1. I've lived with this crack in my dash for a long time. Figure it's time to finally get it taken care of. Anyone in the Seattle/Tacoma area you can recommend to do this?
  2. Also need an early fuse box cover (6 fuse holder) and a hazard switch like the photo below, just the red knob. Thanks.
  3. Thanks! I'll see if I can find one in the classifieds.
  4. I have a 1970 2002 and where I should have a button for the hazards there is nothing there. Just a metal plug. Looking underneath, all the wiring goes there and looks like what I've seen other 2002's have. Am I missing the button? And related to that. I just did the electronic flasher relay mod and everything works great but the relay makes the clicking noise as if my turn signals are on, and it shows up on my dash that they're on but the actual turn signals are not on. But when I engage the turn signal stalk, left or right, it clicks just a little bit faster and the turn signals work as they should. Once I take the stalk back to resting, it goes back to a slower clicking and the dash light goes off and on. Any suggestions?
  5. Looking for some random stuff. Need the plastic cover for the wiring that goes on the back of the tail lights. And one rubber rear shock cover, goes on the very top, inside the trunk. That's all I can think of right now. Thanks.
  6. I checked the wiring at the taillights but didn't think to check the bulb holders. I'll do a more thorough check of all the wiring before heading underneath the car. Appreciate it!
  7. Wasn't sure if it was my turn signals, brakes or reverse light. After a process of elimination and a handful of blown fuses, figured out it was when I engage reverse. Would the first thing be to replace the switch on the tranny? Or is there something else I should check first before trying to get to that switch? Speaking of that, whats the easiest way to get to it, if I need to replace it? Thanks!
  8. I think that might be my problem. I think the springs are touching when the bulb is installed. Here are some photos.
  9. Finally got the euro turn signals installed but they keep blowing my 8A fuse for the turn signals (same fuse as the brake lights). Gone through a few fuses and can't seem to figure out what the problem is. Anyone else run into a similar problem and can advise? Or better yet, if you're in Seattle, I've got coffee/drinks/food if you want to help tackle this together. Thanks!
  10. Without the distributor cap while trying to start it: FullSizeRender 3.mov
  11. Finally had time to mess around with this some more. Thanks for your help by the way. But I still can't get it started. Looks like I have no spark. Checked the coil and it seems to be working. Does that mean it's the Pertronix ignitor in the distributor that could be out? Or is my wiring not correct? Any suggestions on what else to check on why I all of sudden wouldn't have spark?
  12. Took the coil, ballast, distributor out. Cleaned up the area of all the grime. Put on new spade connectors. Put everything back. And now the car won't start. I know this isn't much info but anything that comes to mind right away? Do I have to redo the timing if I took the distributor out?
  13. I read through this post - but I feel like they all look the same and I'm going to run into the same problem of the pump hitting the coolant hose and not fitting. Any suggestions or work arounds?
  14. Just bought the Pierburg fuel pump (7.02242.25.0) but it won't fit because the coolant hose is in the way and the fuel pump is a bit larger (sorry, forgot to take a picture). Which fuel pump do you guys update/upgrade to? This is for a 1971 2002. Thanks
  15. Do you have another dome light by chance? Thanks.


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