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  1. Mine shows ‘littelfuse inc’ ....not that I know the difference between that and delco...
  2. Will the unit need replaced in its entirety or can the top section be prised off and replaced? cheers kev
  3. Many thanks ...can you send a close up of the relay...cheers kev
  4. Hi all I've attached a pic of what i'm assuming is my distributor hold down bolt .. Looking at it has got me thinking - what happens if it's rusted tight and/or breaks off when i attempt to adjust timing? Maybe i think too much! But i'm just curious and anyway would prefer to plan ahead for all giessing it would be a major PITA While i think of it does anyone know the bolt size? I only ask as my wrenches are all too long to get under there and i'd prefer not to buy a set of shorter ones if i can just get away with buying the one i need...or a specialist distributor wrench.. Cheers Kev
  5. Hi all I've attached a pic of my horn relay set up , from a 65 Riv - i need to replace the relay and common sense suggests that it can just be pulled out of the - for want of a better word - black triangular bracket at the bottom.. However i don't want to force anything that shouldn't be forced - best to check if its more complicated than that.. Thanks in advance Kev
  6. Hi all I have a leak from my diff.. When i sort it out i'm thinking it makes sense to drain whatever is left and replace? I know the manual doesn't recommend doing so but under the circumstances and because of the age of the car it makes sense.. Anyway any recommendations for modern gear oil to use? Diff is a 3.23 , non posi. Thanks Kev
  7. Hi all I've attached a pic of something in the engine bay of my 1965 Riv....can you tell me what it is/what it does?! I would look it up in the manual but where would i start?..... Cheers Kev
  8. Hi All I'm tempted to but some steel/stainless steel pipe sets from classic tube for my 65 Riviera - partly because they look original but mainly because i perceive them to be hastle free in terms of flaring etc.. However....does anyone have experience of fitting them to their car without luxury of having the engine/body off? Is it possible? I feel i may already know the answer though - I'm thinking fitting the line front to back (the one inside the frame) would be a real big pain in the neck...I'm asuming being steel, although some small tweeks are possible/to be expected, this particulat would be impractical to install in a car that's not dismantled? Many thanks Kev