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Restoration / battery hold down
« Last post by Bladerunner on May 19, 2015, 07:21:50 PM »
Anyone have any pix/explanation of the set up for the oem battery for a '78, mine is "flappin' in the breeze" any info would be greatly 'preciated!
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Interior / Re: window trouble
« Last post by Angelo on May 19, 2015, 05:45:33 PM »
Awesome thanks!
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Interior / Re: window trouble
« Last post by RENOVATIONS on May 19, 2015, 04:38:29 PM »
Probably get the white screen when you hit "send"?
They do go through though...got 3 from you ;)

Email sent
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Interior / Re: window trouble
« Last post by Aus78Formula on May 19, 2015, 10:55:44 AM »
Me too thanks Jeff, tried to PM you several times and not working. Email in my profile. thanks
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Interior / Re: window trouble
« Last post by RENOVATIONS on May 19, 2015, 09:29:16 AM »
Email sent
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Interior / Re: window trouble
« Last post by Angelo on May 19, 2015, 06:33:38 AM »
I would love a copy of the guide as well.

I think the door cards/panels help eliminate the slop wobble, if that's a good description. When they are not there it seems the window can lean in a bit more making adjustment that much more complicated. Almost wonder if anyone has cut holes into bad/old door panels to temporarily install during window adjustment.
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If high works, the relay is working too. The other 3 steps in the blower use  the switch in the cabin and a round 3 resister type board, it is part of the wiring for the high fan relay. It will simply look like a 4 wire harness going into the firewall AC system. You have to remove two screws to remove it to expose the resister wires. I think they point them inward so they are not exposed to the engine heat. I believe it only takes one of those resister wires to break to make the other 2 fail.  Ru62 is the replacement part on sites like rock auto and Amazon.
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Parts Wanted / Re: 1978-81 Fisher top T-Top U-trim clips
« Last post by kentuckyyeti on May 18, 2015, 10:48:33 PM »
Edited:  I now have the other parts.  Just need the t-top trim headliner clips (all 8 of them).  Thanks.
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Trans Am Information / Re: Needing help classifying my car
« Last post by OkieTransAm on May 18, 2015, 09:10:11 PM »
It looks to me like the 79' VIN that is on the dash was added there and filled in around. Does not look factory to me. If it indeed is an 81' T/A that VIN would be the long VIN that I posted earlier that is on the door and would have been riveted in with 2 rivets. Looks like someone may have cut out the original VIN and filled it to me. There is not one thing on that car that makes me believe it is a 79' other than that questionable VIN on the dash. Everything else points to an 81' model. JMO. The VIN is not part of the actually dash pad, it is on the actual cowl/body of the car in that area. The part where the VIN is located is metal not plastic.

that was my concern, i wasnt sure whether or not the vin tag was on the plastic cover or if it was in fact on the metal underneath, guess ill have to pull the dash to see if the vin plate is even more shitty looking under
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Trans Am Information / Re: Needing help classifying my car
« Last post by winks79 on May 18, 2015, 07:35:03 PM »
It looks to me like the 79' VIN that is on the dash was added there and filled in around. Does not look factory to me. If it indeed is an 81' T/A that VIN would be the long VIN that I posted earlier that is on the door and would have been riveted in with 2 rivets. Looks like someone may have cut out the original VIN and filled it to me. There is not one thing on that car that makes me believe it is a 79' other than that questionable VIN on the dash. Everything else points to an 81' model. JMO. The VIN is not part of the actually dash pad, it is on the actual cowl/body of the car in that area. The part where the VIN is located is metal not plastic.
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