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Old 01-13-2019, 07:14 PM
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Panel is back together and cleaner than ever! I broke one of the fuses, and borrowed a relay temporarily to see if the windows would work and they did! Cannot wait to get my parts so that i can get her running! I feel like im getting so close


also, this cord is from a previous post when i was asking what it was for. I am now thinking it was deffinetly used fir a telephone.
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Old 01-13-2019, 07:34 PM
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50 ohm coax could be an old CB antenna, or remote FM antenna cable. Try to find the ends, and get it out of there. Work looks good. I'm betting you'll have very few electrical issues once you get it running. Check the rod across front of radiator that lifts the headlights shown in the lower right of bottom pic in post 10. There should be clips on each end of that vertical rod which lifts the headlights. If there is no clip on that rod, it can pierce the radiator when the lights are operated. If the C clip is on the shafts at each end of the rod, you can test the headlights, then wipers, and HVAC blower and int lights. The int lights commonly get corroded. Remove the light housing, and clean the contacts on the switch wipers and the lamp ends. There is a red door warning light at the rear of the door jam. If the door spring switch in the front of the jam works, that red light will operate with the door open.
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