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  1. Thread: Driving 4728

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    [General] Last night had a 106 mile round trip. There's a...

    Last night had a 106 mile round trip. There's a nice 30 mile stretch that has a lot of curves, and there were hardly any cars on the road last night. Nice!
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    That's awesome, Josh! Sent from my LGL164VL...

    That's awesome, Josh!

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  3. [Wanted] Welcome! Sincere question: what is meant by...

    Welcome!

    Sincere question: what is meant by "mechanically sound?" I think that could mean different things to different people.



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  4. Thread: Driving 4728

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    [General] The weather is nice this weekend! Yesterday I...

    The weather is nice this weekend! Yesterday I changed the oil, today I'm going to do a thorough cleaning & take pics for the sales listing.

    I've driven ~3800 miles this year, hopefully get a bit...
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    Great info, thanks. Looking forward to the pics!...

    Great info, thanks. Looking forward to the pics!

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    Excellent! Would you post details on your...

    Excellent!

    Would you post details on your separation? Got any pics of when you rolled the frame out?

    I'm planning a separation for 4519, I'm seeing various approaches and a lot of good ideas.
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    [General] Cool, thanks. I'll get with when I reach that...

    Cool, thanks. I'll get with when I reach that point with 4519.

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    [General] Excellent thread...really looking forward to...

    Excellent thread...really looking forward to seeing the test run.

    The LCA's look pretty cool. Do you have a template you're willing to share?

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  9. Thread: tap tap tap

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    [Engine] My issue was an oiler orifice on the rocker...

    My issue was an oiler orifice on the rocker (didn't need to drop the pan.)

    I used a listening rod to find the location, then a small mirror to inspect the orifice & confirm the blockage.

    Sent...
  10. Thread: tap tap tap

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    [Engine] I had something similar a few years ago, it was a...

    I had something similar a few years ago, it was a plugged oiler orifice.

    Have you tried using a listening rod to pinpoint the location? When I had the noise, I was able to easily determine where...
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    Looking good!

    Looking good!
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    Thanks! lol...I always lead with kindness...

    Thanks!



    lol...I always lead with kindness & reason. :-)
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    [Frame & Body] +1 on the foam. I've had great success...

    +1 on the foam.

    I've had great success eliminating the odor in my first 2 cars, will soon repeat the process for my 3rd:

    I remove all the carpets except near the doors. Soak overnight in a big...
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    I don't get many stupid comments, but mostly...

    I don't get many stupid comments, but mostly don't mind when I do hear them. I try to have fun with it. I think most people aren't being malicious.

    This past weekend as my wife & I were getting in...
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    [Electrical] Thanks Dave, that's what I did....there was a...

    Thanks Dave, that's what I did....there was a ground on the wiring in the door, closing the circuit & keeping the door lights on.

    Learning about the diodes was super helpful in isolating the...
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    [Electrical] I think there's a ground on the PK wire in the...

    I think there's a ground on the PK wire in the door wiring. I can see it fluctuate when I move the passenger door.

    Ron, I see now how I confused the issue: I'm calling PK the "feed" side of the...
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    [Electrical] That's the plan, man....! Yes, the The PW, (PK...

    That's the plan, man....!

    Yes, the The PW, (PK & RU) provide ground via the switches.....and with the fuse pulled and the circuit opened at the switches, relay, and domes, I'm reading a ground on...
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    [Electrical] Thanks, that's what I was looking for....I...

    Thanks, that's what I was looking for....I printed the page for reference.
    I'll test at the diodes next to further isolate the issue, as well as try Ron's idea to isolate the passenger side.
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    [Electrical] Thanks Ron! I'm referring to the PK, PW, or RU...

    Thanks Ron!

    I'm referring to the PK, PW, or RU wires as the feed side of the circuits. It looks to me that opening the door "closes the circuit to ground," I have the condition you mention above...
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    [Electrical] Thanks David, the schematic doesn't show the...

    Thanks David, the schematic doesn't show the routing of the wires....just illustrates the circuit. I'm trying to locate the wires to find the physical fault.

    Nothing is crossed, and I'm familiar...
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    [Electrical] Door lights - wire routing

    I've removed the interior on two Deloreans, but don't recall: how/where are the feed wires routed from the plunger switches?

    The passenger door lights and front dome stays on.

    I'm testing a...
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    A few years ago I met a guy near my town who used...

    A few years ago I met a guy near my town who used to work on them.

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    4519 is an Oct. 81 Grey interior 5-Speed, in NYS...

    4519 is an Oct. 81 Grey interior 5-Speed, in NYS (Lake George area) with 4728.
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    I finally swapped my intake & carb. From: Byrne...

    I finally swapped my intake & carb. From: Byrne modified manifold & 2150, to: Peugeot & 2100.

    Runs nice! I'm seriously considering swapping the K-Jet from 4519 before selling 4728.

    I'm going...
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    Cool, thanks. Sent from my LGL164VL using...

    Cool, thanks.

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