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  1. Thread: New In Ms

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    I bought my '67 in June 1967 from Charlie Stuart...

    I bought my '67 in June 1967 from Charlie Stuart Olds in Indy. It was a TH400, p/s, p/b White with red buckets and console, full wheel covers and paint stripe delete plus a few other things. I sold...
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    Help! Someone could have installed a radio in a non...

    Someone could have installed a radio in a non radio car but rarely would anyone bother to add everything that was part of a radio equipped car. Look for noise reduction capacitors, ground straps,...
  3. Thread: New In Ms

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    Welcome to the CAC. That's a nice '66. My '65 had...

    Welcome to the CAC. That's a nice '66. My '65 had the teakwood steering wheel. One of my favorite options on these cars. I have to ask about the white 66/67 Cutlass/442 in the background. My first...
  4. Site Update: Congratulations on a fantastic 20 years Rob, ...

    Congratulations on a fantastic 20 years Rob,

    It sure has been a fast 20 years. I fondly remember the Sunday night live chats we had back in the Corvette NH days. Dial up was a hoot. All of the fun...
  5. Question: Gmont, Welcome to the CAC. Now that you mention...

    Gmont, Welcome to the CAC. Now that you mention it I think I heard that before too.

    Update: That seems to be the consensus on the NCRS tech board too.
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    Welcome!!

    Welcome!!
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    Help! Code 12 is "no reference pulses to ECM" This code...

    Code 12 is "no reference pulses to ECM" This code is not stored in memory and will only flash while the fault is present. Check again your 4 post terminal distributor connector. Check closely that...
  8. Question: There is an article in the Knowledgebase section...

    There is an article in the Knowledgebase section of this site by John Hinkley on the A. O. Smith body operation. Here is the link----> A. O. Smith
    He says half were built at St. Louis and half at...
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    I'd think mid to upper 40s. It looks like a...

    I'd think mid to upper 40s. It looks like a really good car from the photos.

    Tom
  10. Help! Welcome to the CAC If the cowl is missing it's...

    Welcome to the CAC

    If the cowl is missing it's likely on another frame now and since the cowl has the trim tag and vin plate under the dash it is probably titled to someone else. May have been...
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    Help! If the m/c sol is causing a lean mixture that...

    If the m/c sol is causing a lean mixture that would explain the o2 lean code. I suggest that before you throw any money at that carb do the tests I outlined in post 5 of this thread. Do this to see...
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    Welcome. Tom

    Welcome.

    Tom
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    Welcome to the CAC. Tom

    Welcome to the CAC.

    Tom
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    Welcome to the Corvette Action Center! Tom

    Welcome to the Corvette Action Center!

    Tom
  15. Thread: cam ???

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    Could very well be a Crane grind. Tom

    Could very well be a Crane grind.

    Tom
  16. Thread: cam ???

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    They are pretty close. The L82 has 222 vs 214...

    They are pretty close. The L82 has 222 vs 214 degrees degrees intake duration at .050 and 114 degrees LSA vs 112 for the Summit cam but otherwise they are about the same. I doubt you could tell the...
  17. Thread: EGR delete

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    This diagram says it's a '79 Corvette but who...

    This diagram says it's a '79 Corvette but who knows? The gas tank vents to the vapor canister. Vapors are stored in the canister until the engine is run then are drawn into the carb and burned. The...
  18. Thread: EGR delete

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    Here's a diagram I found on the Google box. Back...

    Here's a diagram I found on the Google box. Back when we had annual inspections I'd unplug the EGR hose and push a small ball bearing up the hose to block it off. Then plug the hose back in. Nobody...
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    Help! Scans of manual.

    Scans of manual.
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    Help! The code 23 is a Mixture control solenoid thing...

    The code 23 is a Mixture control solenoid thing and I can't see how that would keep the engine from turning with the starter. It may be pointing to other drivability issues though. The Mixture...
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    Help! Are you sure you didn't fry the ECM? Are you...

    Are you sure you didn't fry the ECM? Are you getting codes?

    Tom
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    Question: It would be the input shaft more than likely....

    It would be the input shaft more than likely. NAPA sells a repair sleeve for that. They also sell sleeves for the shifter shafts but usually new o-rings will fix them. The rear would be a sleeve for...
  23. They will be stiffer than the old ones for awhile...

    They will be stiffer than the old ones for awhile but you should be able to move them with your hands.

    Tom
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    Very unlikely. I've never heard of a late '79...

    Very unlikely. I've never heard of a late '79 having 80 wheels originally. A previous owner probably swapped them on, maybe even replacing rally wheels. Another thought is that a lot of the brushed...
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    Also be aware that the 76-79 wheels had a brushed...

    Also be aware that the 76-79 wheels had a brushed finish originally and the 80-82 had a polished finish.

    Tom
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