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I see where you got that idea, But this item is only 4-1/2" long. Thanks.
This was in a large lot of auto parts I bought at an auction. Is it an interior part for an Early car? It measures about 4-1/2" long[ATTACH]
Classic Industries Has a lot of stuff.
I've got a lead on just the bulkhead but if it falls through I'll get in touch. Thanks
I'm trying to keep the restoration as inexpensive as I can. It keeps peace in the house. Thanks, Terry
Check the firewall bulkhead for burnt terminals, That's the problem with my 66
I've got the bulkhead out, and hanging down enough to make the splices. I saw what I needed on ebay but it was sold. I'm hoping there's someone...
Why can't I cut the wires going into the bulkhead, And splice them to my dash harness wires?
Those are new, I need an original one that has the female terminals with pig tails to hook my harness wires to. Just like in the pictures. Thank you.
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Thanks Dan, The right lever, Under the dash was pointed up. I loosened the wiper motor and flipped the lever down and it works Great.
If I do that them the blade stops in the upward position.
Exactly, 180 degrees off, maybe I can disconnect the right side lever and flip it 180 then reconnect?
I'm having trouble on my build, I installed the wiper motor then the wiper arms, I set the blades at the parked position, The driver blade worked...
I'm looking for a good used bulkhead connector with pig tails and no burnt connectors. for a 66-70 A B or C -body Mopar
I agree I've gotten a lot of good advice during my build.
I didn't use WD I used 20W oil
I'll try, When I pull the cable I have to push the catch lightly to get it to flip down, Maybe that's enough. Thanks.