RESTORING HISTORY ONE CAR AT A TIME

Electrical

REPLACEMENTS

A-13007-E (32-32 C. P.) Head Lamp Bulb When an owner desires brighter illumination this bulb can he used to replace the A-13007-C, 21-21 C. P. standard equipment bulb in all Model A and Model AA except those manufactured prior to March, 1929. This new bulb gives SO% brighter headlights both for high speed driving and …

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FLICKERING HEADLAMPS

Occasionally after a car has been in service for long periods, the headlights will flicker. This may be due to slight corrosion forming on the brass contact points on the headlamp plug and in the headlamp. The condition can be easily remedied by withdrawing the socket plug from the headlamp and sand- papering the contact …

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Winter Electrical Troubles

Winter electrical troubles are principally due to the effect of cold weather on the electrolyte in the battery, and failure on the part of mechanics to correctly adjust the generator charging rate in owners’ cars to meet the conditions under which the cars are operating. Cold weather battery and bulb troubles can be. considerably lessened …

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CHANGE IN BATTERY CABLE

A change has been made in the battery to switch cable terminal. The terminal now ex- tends straight out (sec dotted outline, Fig. 898) instead of being bent at right angles. If calls are received for the old style cable, after present stocks are exhausted, supply the new design and bend the terminal until it …

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WINTER ELECTRICAL TROUBLES

Each winter, especially in the Northern States, car owners often experience a certain amount of trouble in the electrical system of their cars. This seasonal trouble is principally due to the affect of cold weather on the electrolyte in the battery, and failure on the part of mechanics to correctly adjust the generator charging rate …

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