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Re: UEO (Unidientified Electrical Object!) What is this??
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25230-H1604 RELAY ASSY-WATER TEMPERATURE F/WATER TEMP -7603


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Posted on: 11/12 5:59
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Re: Datsun Day 2019 - 17 Nov. - New venue
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I'm not on facebook. Is there anywhere else to get the details?

Posted on: 11/11 3:44
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Re: Bonnet won't open
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Manged to get it home and opened the bonnet with a mate wiggling the bonnet while I pulled on the release. Probably just need to readjust the cable now :D

Posted on: 11/9 5:44
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Re: Bonnet won't open
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Tested out the battery pack directly on the starter of another car at home and that seems to work. Hopefully can get it home. Roll start might be easier but the road is flat and fairly busy.

Posted on: 11/9 3:06
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Bonnet won't open
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Hi all. My bonnet wont open. I'm guessing the release cable has slipped. Anyone know any tricks to popping it open?

A comedy of errors really as I'm parked in a busy street and the battery has just gone flat. :^/

Just started raining too haha.

Can I put jumper leads straight onto the starter and the chassis?

Posted on: 11/9 2:28
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Re: WTB: 120y Cowl / Grille Panel
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Yes indeed, 66820-H5000, that is the very part I'm looking for.

Posted on: 10/30 23:15
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WTB: 120y Cowl / Grille Panel
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Looking for a 120y cowl / grille panel in good condition.

Posted on: 10/30 7:49
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Re: B210 Tachometer
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I'm wondering if the one wire type is for electronic ignitions. An EI doubles the number of amps to the two wire tach, as it runs in series with the coil. And installing an EI is known to fry the factory tach.

Posted on: 10/21 12:00
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Re: B210 Tachometer
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I believe we what have here is a B210 round tach on the left, and a B211 on one the right. Note the different wiring. The B211 one looks like a one wire tach. It has a single black/green wire. The B210 one has a pair of black/white wires.


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Re: FREE - H145 drum to drum, 13x5 XP falcon wheels (Melbourne)
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I think they didn't fit over 120y front hubs.

Posted on: 10/16 12:13
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