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Cable diameter is not what it use to be. Go to a truck shop next time. No amount of connector will do the job with undersized wire.
I don't think the tack is part of the normal wire harness. I know my 68 is not.
Old school tack's don't need it. Unless you wanting to us the factory one.
There is a sticky or tech section already in the heating cooling section if one is really interested. Just look in the top of each section. A vast...
I have only ever had two salaried positions. Neither of which payed out. Guess if one sticks to 8 hours and does the minimum it pays.
Ground that cluster and solve your problem.
Sure as heck will not be paying you by the hour.
Some how this sounds like the guy at Firestone that could not start my truck Friday while using the wrong key.Not that it is related anyway to...
Some one must have glued it on.
Could be why the distributor had to be rotated. I would not worry about it. Piston and cam could care less.
They will be noisy.
Or you could just pull the distributor, turn the rotor 180 and put it back in.
Anyone else find this cassette thing a bit strange in the days when 8 tracks were king.
Heck even in 76 our fully loaded T&C wagon had a factory 8...
The floor mount 8 track was optional for 71 & possibly 72 ?
If I crimp with anything it will be a copper ring connection and not the cheap tin ones.
Epoxy and heat I have to question that. Maybe jell filled.
Now you need to find the water leak that caused the problem to begin with. If my memory is correct the light switch is directly over the fuse box.
Well that is at least in the engine compartment.
You also need to pull the fuse to check which end the power flows into. Your added gauges may not even be fused.
Just go get a regular ignition box and be done with it.