I can't answer your questions but my backup lights weren't working either.
I discovered that the circuit had a bad ground connection.
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Anything but Champion. I use(d) AC-43 on the Toronado and the '56 Cadillac. They are the closest to the factory installed AC-45 that was used on both cars and is the in service replacement available today. If my car was still alive, I was considering trying the NGK 7355 iridium plugs. I use the NGK ...
- Thu Jun 16, 2022 2:02 pm
- Forum: Technical Talk
- Topic: Engine won't fire - starter solenoid issue?
- Replies: 6
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I'm not sure I followed everything but make sure the negative wire from the coil goes to the distributor. Make sure the condenser is hooked up properly. They're all crap right out of the box today so if you have one that was on the car when you last saw it run, re-install it. Do the plugs get any sp...
Original drums. Nice.. New replacements are crap. When you do your brakes, its better to turn the originals if they are within spec than it is buy new ones. Make sure whomever you take them to uses a low speed lathe and takes off a little at a time in two or three passes - 15 minutes or so per drum....