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    Voice For Hire Farrar's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jawn101 View Post
    Did you ever get this P/N? My flasher just died as well.... the damn plastic that surrounds the connectors was brittle as all get out and just disintegrated... and I think I bent the hell out of something while trying to reach under the dash blind to reconnect it
    Thanks for the reminder; I will go up under the dashboard and have a look tomorrow.

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    One of those purists you keep hearing about. sdg3205's Avatar
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    I've got the Bosch Silver Tip plugs from DMC. Unfortunately I may need new ones.

    Are the NGK TR5 the next best things?
    Dave

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    Would like to add the following item as a crossover part:

    Flux Capacitor(Wrong description!):
    O'Reilly Autoparts
    Part # 121GMF
    http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/de...keyword=121gmf

    Description:

    Detailed Description

    •Mr. Fusion Upgrade
    •Upgrade Kit: "Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor Generator"
    •Replaces Plutonium
    •Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor converts household waste to fusion power (specifically cold fusion)
    •The generator creates 1.21 Gigawatts of power which supplies the time machine's flux capacitor and time circuits using nuclear fusion

    Foot note:

    This is not a Flux Capacitor but Mr. Fusion.

    Now, this is the Flux Capacitor:

    http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/de...3&keyword=121g

    Part Number: 121G
    Line: EB - Limited Availability


    Detailed Description

    •1.21 Gigawatts
    •Time Travel at your own RISK!!!
    •Plutonium is required to properly operate Flux Capacitor.
    •Plutonium is used by the on-board nuclear reactor which then powers the Flux Capacitor to provide the needed 1.21 Gigawatts of Electrical Power.
    •Plutonium not Available at O'Reilly Or CSK Stores. Please contact your local supplier.
    •Flux Capacitor requires the stainless steel body of the 81-83 DeLorean DMC-12, V6 2.9L , to properly function.
    •Once the time machine travels at 88 mph (142 km/h), light coming from the flux capacitor pulses faster until it becomes a steady stream of light. Then, time travel begins.
    •Upgrade Kits available: Part # 121GMF
    Last edited by LEVY; 10-04-2011 at 08:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdg3205 View Post
    I've got the Bosch Silver Tip plugs from DMC. Unfortunately I may need new ones.

    Are the NGK TR5 the next best things?
    I am running NGK plugs which I believe are TR5. They are working fine. Just make sure you gap them correctly and you should be good to go.

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    I very much appreciate the efforts to put this list together. I went to the parts house and they had the cabin / heater blower motor in stock. I needed one and when I put then side by side two things:
    1. Drain hole on the chevy part listed was a larger diameter so it wouldn't use the stock drain line.
    2. The motor spins the wrong direction.

    For me #2 is a dealbraker ... Switching the polls did not seem worth it so I'll be ordering from a vender and hope that spins the proper direction .

    Just figured I'd post my findings and also checked the Carquest equivalent.. also wrong direction.

    I think the part number provided was: PM106

    Thanks for the list though! I do check it first for the local supply.
    Last edited by elfking; 10-09-2011 at 11:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elfking View Post
    2. The motor spins the wrong direction.

    For me #2 is a dealbraker ... Switching the polls did not seem worth it so I'll be ordering from a vender and hope that spins the proper direction .
    Reverse the polarity on your connections and it will spin the correct way.

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    Admins Never Retire Ron's Avatar
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    Just in case- you have to take the direction of the fins into conderation along with rotation...common to switch both on aftermarket units.

    The Delco only has one wire connection (if that is the correct number).
    Last edited by Ron; 10-10-2011 at 12:02 AM.

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    It only had one wire without poping it open... And didn't include the cage / fins... So I guess true I could get a new cage but would it work properly considering the design of the ducting ? I figured it was made to be spinning that way for the duct work..

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    Quote Originally Posted by elfking View Post
    It only had one wire without poping it open... And didn't include the cage / fins... So I guess true I could get a new cage but would it work properly considering the design of the ducting ? I figured it was made to be spinning that way for the duct work..
    You don't have to pop it open. That would void your lifetime warranty.

    Connect your ground wire where it says positive on the unit and your positive wire where it says ground on the unit. Polarity reversed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevedmc View Post
    You don't have to pop it open. That would void your lifetime warranty.

    Connect your ground wire where it says positive on the unit and your positive wire where it says ground on the unit. Polarity reversed.
    You may feel a little tingle if you connect the case to 12 volts and you touch it. I had an old positive ground car once and installed a radio for a negative ground. I would feel it anytime I touched the radio.
    Dave M vin 03572
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