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Re: Project Avocado: 1971 B110 Coupe build - USA
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I don't have two GY wires in that location.

There are two G wires that were taped up with blue electrical tape in the photo. I have no clue what those are for

Posted on: 12/4 1:51
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Re: Project Avocado: 1971 B110 Coupe build - USA
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Also the cause of no light in the gauge was a simple blown bulb. Yay, an easy one

Posted on: 12/4 1:53
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Re: Project Avocado: 1971 B110 Coupe build - USA
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Other than troubleshooting wiring problems, today I tore out the old heater hoses that were blocked off.

Replaced with new genuine heater hoses. Now have working heat!

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Also put new floor plugs in. The cheapo ones from China are 1mm to small but I managed to make them work
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Bought a steering wheel adapter and changed out the steering wheel. Wired up the horn with a little wiring adjustment. Horn works!

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Two things left to do other than sort out wiring issues. Need a piece of carpet for the top of transmission tunnel. Also need to POR15 the underside of the new floor pans still.

Posted on: 12/4 3:04
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Re: Project Avocado: 1971 B110 Coupe build - USA
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DD. The electronic flasher worked 100 %

Thank you.

My brake lights and dash illumination lights still come on when i step on the brake pedal but its not a big deal since it does not turn off the flasher anymore

Posted on: 12/8 0:40
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Re: Project Avocado: 1971 B110 Coupe build - USA
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The little avocado Coupe is running brilliant! It's very fun to drive. Adjusted the hood slightly and it closes and opens once again. There's not too much else to do to this avocado Coupe. A few little tiny bits here and there but this car is nearly close to being original once again. It is up for sale lots of Interest. Need to focus on my ute. I would keep it if I could don't get me wrong but there are reasons why I need to sell it unfortunately. I don't know if I'll ever come across a coop like this again on the East Coast fingers crossed

Posted on: 12/22 23:01
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