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Post by panel » Fri Jul 17, 2009 5:19 pm

Anyone know how to change the older 4 wire flasher on a '65 bus over to the newer 3 prong flasher (12v) :?:

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Hot, humid air is less dense than cooler, drier air. This can allow a golf ball to fly through the air with greater ease, as there won't be as much resistance on the ball.

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Post by david58 » Mon Aug 17, 2009 11:22 am

Starting Issues

ricroz wrote:Start by cleaning the contact from the ignition at the starter, This often gets grimey or corroded from the harsh environment it lives in:

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You can do the jumper wire test to isolate the problem to the wiring or the starter itself. Make sure the tranny is in neutral and parking brake set!


Some owners choose to add an intermediate relay to help with low current issues:

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Re: Schematics, diagrams and shop drawings.

Post by Dale M. » Wed Oct 28, 2009 2:25 pm

A lot of my sketches/graphics have appeared over time, all over the internet....

Now they are all online in one place.... 180+ of them...

http://www.mydune-buggy.com/gallery/index.php?cat=10001

They are posted under the user, "Admin"...

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Post by david58 » Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:30 pm

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Post by david58 » Thu Nov 19, 2009 6:01 pm

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Re: Schematics, diagrams and shop drawings.

Post by david58 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 1:13 pm

Dale M. wrote:Look here.... IF its a internal ALT (AL82X) make selection.... Probably 75-79 Type 1

http://www.aircooled.net/new-bin/viewpr ... 04&cartid=

Also....

http://www2.cip1.com/ProductDetails.asp ... 087-003-US

Only you will know for sure what alternator you have and what may fit.......

Look all over I-net........ May be other sources or better pricing....

Also you will have to pull alternator, remove fan and remove rear bearing plate of alt to access VR inside alt case... OR if you are lucky you will have access to alt reg from top like in this graphic...

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