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Hello, I am extremely new to restoring cars, but i have a passion to learn about them. This is my first car and currently I am simply trying to remove the oil pan to clean it, and i'm not sure what exactly is going on but i must be missing something really simple because i have drained the oil, and removed all of the bolts but still, no matter how i move the pan, there is always about two inches of clearance i still need to be able to remove the pan. the tye rods seem to get in the way but i have lowered and raised the car and nothing helps. is there something i need to remove to get to it? Another problem i have had is finding the correct part or parts to be placed atop the carburetor. right now i have to use a manual choke to start and run it, and the car only gets about 35mph. if anybody has information on those parts or even those parts for sale please let me know. I know this is a lot but bear with me for this last question: How can i match the engine and chassis numbers? i have both and i am pretty sure they should match, i just need concrete proof. Thank you all for your time.
Is there a source for matching the Auto-lite part numbers to my '48 Chrysler Windsor 4-dr.? I see these now and then sold for my car but I'm never sure if the seller knows if the Auto-lite number is really right for my car. I have a Chrysler parts book with Chrysler part numbers but what if i only have the Auto-lite number? I bought a digital '38-'51 Auto-lite catalog on Ebay for this reason, but I do not see any transmission solenoids in it.