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  1. Its a 73 tii. Looked over the wiring diagrams, you are correct that Brown is the ground. I'm assuming that I can just ground it to the body where someone has cut it. Where would the black wire run to? Only wiring diagram I have is from a 71 and it does not show no side markers, only the roundie lights. Roman
  2. Previously someone extended the two wires that come out of the tranny (blue and white, and purple and black) and ran a switch on the console. I’m looking to rewire this properly and am assuming that both of these wires go to the tranny switch. My question is about the other two wires in that loom. The black on and the brown and black. They are both cut. Are they just grounds and I can just fasten to the body on the floor pan? I know the black one is but not sure about the brow Black one. Roman
  3. Do you fellas know where the line from the front of the master cylinder goes on the caliper vs the back of the master? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Vintage car bonanza on a golf course with racing happening throughout a central part of pittsburgh. Lots of amazing cars. https://www.pvgp.org/
  5. Vanagon only if it come with a subie conversion. Working on mine now. Family owns a 2008 odyssey. Bulletproof investment. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Omg replace that hose. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I drilled out the welds in the font and side mounting points of the battery tray and replaced them with a nut and bolt. Battery comes out easy as well as the tray and allows you to remove tii alternator without all that fuss. Never asked your question but here's my solution. Roman
  8. WOOOOAH.. Look at that classic 911 with the electric motor... Cool.
  9. Done. That's what I'll do. Cheers!! Roman
  10. Just thinking out load.... Maybe I could just get the core where the flywheel bolts sit, machined 0.5mm further in? Roman
  11. Ya, I put the clutch disc up against the flywheel and put a bolt in dry to see how much room there was btw the end of the bolt and the clutch disc spring (thickest point). It rattled around about a 1/8-1/4". Question would be if when the release bearing slides against the sprongs as I like to call them, does it compress the clutch disc inwards to touch the bolts? Wouldn't think so. Roman
  12. So I’ve read a couple of posts about the clutch rubbing the flywheel bolts if the flywheel thickness is less than 14.5mm. I just had mine machined and I measure 14mm with two different spacers to read the raised area. Do I really need to get a new flywheel with being 0.5mm short? This car is starting to make me crazy. Roman Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Picking up new seal today and installing tonight. Not sure if I have a control arm spacer kicking around. Will see if a 1/2 socket will fit over the shaft. Roman
  14. Fellow faqers. Did I f’ this? Old Shifter seal came out. Put new one in but damaged the outside seal. Inside part still good. Reorder, replace? It’s a the top. Maybe less pressure on top. Roman Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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