Does anyone have the contact info for the guy that makes these? I want one for my 69 for auto-x. The original giant wood wheel is obviously not going to cut it. A 14" padded wheel like this that looks sorta stock (they did come on some 69 Trans Ams) would be awesome.
It is all listed in the above post. Here it is... If anyone wants to contact him, his name is Craig and here is his email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello everyone. I have a weird question with my 69 Firebird with a/C. When I first start my vehicle I could turn the air on through all speed even up to high but then after 30 seconds the high option quit working but all the other ones remain working. Is this a relay thing? I thought it might be so I went to replace the relay but noticed the relay that I have only has three spade connectors when I go online to purchase a new one all the ones down there have four spade connectors. So I have two questions number one is this really a really issue I’ll check both the relay and the resistors. And second do I have the correct relay or wiring or is this an aftermarket? I’m the second owner of the vehicle but I think the A/C is original.
Since you stated you changed the starter and solenoid and then it started I can only come to one conclusion
cheap parts from China
the hot start issue seems to happen to Pontiacs after the starter assembly has some age
I have never regretted installing the hi-torque starter, it has a different solenoid with one wire jack and you can't destroy it like a GM type when removing or installing, most people can't see it, the stock starters have barely enough hp and torque to turn over a high compression motor, most of the hi-torque type have 5 times the stock starter
the Ford set up will stick out like a sore thumb unless you hide it
puttin' Ford parts on a Poncho is more sacrilege than a non stock starter
How do you know it was a GTO shifter knob? they used some of the same parts like that, all dealers also sold them over the counter, knobs got changed like diapers some times, the round ball ones are all the same, the ones with logos are different.
Yeah I'm married too but what happens in Vegas right? Anyways we're staying 4 days and then Saturday I was planning on going out to the racetrack for the ultimate street challenge. I've heard some bad reviews though so not sure I'll make the effort and expense to go do that.
Thanks for the suggestions. I'm pretty sure it's not from a first gen. Nothing that I've ever seen before anyways. I haven't seen the part in person so not sure how well it's put together. No big deal. Just curious if anybody recognized it.
You can find copper ones but just need to confirm that. I had a tube fall off and tried to re-solder it - ended up melting the fins and it was a disaster. The tubes are too close to the thin fins, and if your not an expert, you'll ruin it. I just got a new one that was copper and put it in.
The drivers side has a mastic type layer with a clip that covers under the fuse box. The passenger side is nothing, but there is the inner fender well seals that go and block a lot of that area. The seal kit is reproduced all over the place but that clip for the drivers side firewall seal is not reproduced. If you search my posts a while back I had put up some pictures that could help you.
I have the single adjust coil over QA1's on the front of my car along with QA1's in the back and lowering leaf springs. If I had a chance to do it over again I would have installed the front coil over kit where you cut out the top of the pocket and weld in a new mounting location. But, I am very happy with how my car handles.
The wiring diagram shows a dark green wire that goes back to the firewall plug where it changes to a black wire that appears to be the horn switch. I haven’t heard you mention any dark green wires. It appears the horn relay is also used for a buzzer. Are you sure you have the correct relay?
Thanks. The pic i posted was off this forum. Our heat shield is mounted correctly. I don't think the sheild i show is from our car. The other holder may not be also as we have the original coil holder in place. The holder on the left is for holding something much smaller. I do however have a few more items to ask about and will post pics later today. I appreciate the assitance from members.