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  1. Put it all back together. Everything works fine. Thanks
  2. John, Thanks for the pictures. That looks like what I have. How is the piece with the tab on it held in place? I have a Momo wheel and it does not press into that wheel tightly. It seems like if it can move, the turn signals will not cancel.
  3. Thanks to those who responded. I have the new parts I need. However, I'm still not clear on the assembly. Should the snap ring, which is item 6 on realoem be press fit into item 7, which is called the 14mm ring on realoem? It seems like that is the only way to hold the ring in place or is everything just held in place by compression once the wheel is on?
  4. Anybody know where I can get the inner ring that is referenced in the above posts? It is part no. 32311120260, and seems to be nla everywhere I look. Mine is cracked and needs to be replaced. Thank You
  5. Anybody ever hear of the P.T. Brake Lining Company. They were headquartered in Lawrence Mass. I have a new set of front brake pads that they manufactured. I would guess it was some time ago because I can find no information on them. Just wonder what they made and if the pads would be good for street use. I'm guessing they are not going to honor the 40,000 mile warranty if I send in the card. LOL
  6. I found that if I put a simple ballast resistor across the right side head light plug, all works fine. The resistor is only about 1.5ohms; but it is enough to make the system work correctly. $6.00 at Advanced Auto Parts.
  7. I just read this last night; but was having a similar problem. To test the solution, I put a small test lamp across the empty plug in the wiring harness, and voila, all lights work as they should. There is probably a more elegant solution; but I have been sorting this wiring and switches and relays for the past few days without any luck, so I can go with this. Thank You
  8. I know this is an old topic; but it came through for me, and I just want to thank all of the great people who take their time to contribute helpful tips on these forums. To reinforce wntii's message from above, I was having a terrible time with my passenger side seatbelt. The inertia reel constantly hung up and it was very difficult to use. When I began to work on it, the first thing I noticed was the bolt that holds it to the car was not tight, thus allowing it to flop around some. Anyway, I took the bolt out so I could work on getting some lubricant into the reel, and then reinstalled it in the car, tightening the bolt, and ensuring that the reel was vertical. The seat belt now works like a charm. I think the key is that the reel has to be vertical. I noticed that Mike Self also mentioned that in one of his posts. I presume a little lubrication didn't hurt either. So if you're having similar issues with an inertia reel being difficult to operate, ensure that it is tight and VERTICAL.
  9. Mike, I have had a set of Toyo Extensa AS tires in 185/70-13 on my street driven '02 for 6 years. Nice tire for that use. Not noisy on the highway. There is enough other noise. Don't know if they are still available.
  10. P.O. put the GTS II's in my car. They are very comfortable for both my wife and I. To my eye they look a little large for the car; but they are good seats, and I don't plan to change them.
  11. I hope you get it all figured out because I believe it will work out nicely for you. I purchased a fused relay wiring harness from Daniel Stern Lighting along with new H4 headlamps. When I installed the wiring harness, I almost didn't want to install the H4's. The sealed beams became quite a bit brighter when all the load was off the switch. Good Luck
  12. Just installed the Koito h4's from Daniel Stern in my '75. Also purchased his relay harness. Everything plugged in easily; but one of the provided relays was faulty, so things didn't work correctly, i.e. brights would not turn off once energized unless you turned off the car. Daniel worked through this with me, and provided new relays at no cost. Good guy to work with. Everything works just as designed now, and I'm very happy with the lights.
  13. Ian, It was a great day, and certainly worth my trip over from Buffalo to enjoy it. Thanks to you and Scott and all the others who worked so hard to make it happen. I really enjoyed meeting Mike and talking about '02's with him. Keep The cruise to Mid America in mind for next year.
  14. I've been running ethanol-free fuel in my '75 '02 for years with no problems at the advice of a guy who knows a lot more about cars than I do. I have also been advised to run it in lawn mowers, snow blowers, etc. It is a little more expensive; but I don't drive that many miles per year that it matters. Even long term storage of 4-6 months has not caused any problems.
  15. Me Too! Now who's got one for the ones that seal the sides of the air channel under the hood? The actual part seems to be NLA.
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