RESTORING HISTORY ONE CAR AT A TIME

1929

INSTRUMENT PANEL LIGHT CAP

More instrument panel lamp assemblies are damaged through improper removal and installation of the cap, than from any other source. Many owners and mechanics use a twisting movement when removing or installing the cap. This invariably results in damage to the assembly. To remove the instrument panel light cap first turn on the instrument panel …

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CHANGE IN BATTERY PARTS

Several changes have been made in battery parts. The terminal posts have been shortened and the height of the flange or neck in the cell covers has been slightly cut down. As the old style parts will not be held for service, it will accordingly be necessary when installing a new style group assembly in …

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Bulbs Burning Out

In cold weather the generator voltage is considerably higher than normal. This is sometimes noticeable by the bluish white color of the light from the bulbs. The increased voltage is caused by the low temperature of the electrolyte which increases the internal resistance in the battery, and in order to maintain a constant charging rate, …

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SPEEDOMETER DRIVING GEAR INFORMATION

To assist dealers and stockmen in identifying the various speedometer gears used in Model “A” and “AA” cars and trucks, we are listing the following information: A-17285 Speedometer driving gear (Service). Used on Model “A” chassis with axle gears of 9 tooth pinion and 34 tooth driving gear, 10 tooth pinion and 37 tooth driving …

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Battery Trouble

When an owner complains of battery trouble or frequent lamp bulb failure, make it a rule to find out from him the condition under which his car is being operated. Find out whether the car is operated mostly at night or during the daylight; whether it is used principally on long trips with comparatively few …

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If Starting Motor, Windshield Wiper or Horn Fails to Operate or Generator Fails to Charge

In cold weather lubricating oil sometimes congeals and hardens on the commutators in the above parts, causing a coating of insulation between the commutator bars and the brushes. Under these conditions the 6-volt current supply is of too low tension to force current through this coating of ‘insulation and consequently the part fails to operate. …

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FORDOR REAR FENDERS

When present stocks of A-16350-51-A-B Fordor rear fenders are exhausted they will no longer be carried for service. Replacements can be taken care of by using A-16310-11-A-B fenders. When installing a 16310-11 fender on a Fordor it will be necessary to drill three 3/8“ holes at the points shown in Fig. 794. A template can …

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