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Re: Bucket Seat Hinge Trim Plastic Cover for the passenger side anyo

Gary, If you can't find any good used ones, D&R Camaro in Warrenville has them: Seat Side Hinge Cover 71-80 - Camaro Part Number F20148 - Camaro Restoration
cosvega76
May 20
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29103

Bucket Seat Hinge Trim Plastic Cover for the passenger side anyone h

Hi Guys I'm looking for a Bucket Seat Hinge Trim Cover for the right side, anyone have one for sale? doesn't matter what color I will paint it with a Vinyl Dye
gary.stolp@att.net
May 19
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29102

Re: Location of Fuse Box

More good stuff Gary, thanks again! ______________________________________________________ jeff freedman | gig harbor, washington [p] 253-509-0745 | [f]
Jeff Freedman
May 7
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29101

Re: Location of Fuse Box

The fuse box is on the firewall above the foot operated dimmer switch. Tony Hansen On Wed, May 6, 2015 at 9:51 AM, Gary Derian gaderian@... ... -- Tony
corsaconvertible
May 6
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29100

Re: Location of Fuse Box

The radio light is powered via the headlight switch, through the "inst lps" fuse then through the gray wire. Radio power is the yellow wire which runs to the
Gary Derian
May 6
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29099

Re: Location of Fuse Box

Great suggestion Dick, thanks! ______________________________________________________ jeff freedman | gig harbor, washington [p] 253-509-0745 | [f]
Jeff Freedman
May 6
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29098

Re: Location of Fuse Box

Turn on your lights when it's dark enough to see if the light behind the dial on the radio lights up, that will tell you if the fuse is blown. Dick
hammerdown7
May 5
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29097

Re: Location of Fuse Box

It's called out in the owners manual if you have one? Push back the drivers seat and stick your "freekin" head up under the dash! From:
Bob
May 4
#29097
 
29096

Re: Location of Fuse Box

Above the floor mount high beam switch From: "jeff.freedman@... [cosworthvegas]" To: cosworthvegas@yahoogroups.com
Bob
May 4
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29095

Re: Location of Fuse Box

Guys, I am just looking for the location of the freekin' fuse box. Being in electronics as a first hobby for over 40 years, I am well-aware of how to diagnose
bugsysbuddy
May 4
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29094

Re: Location of Fuse Box

Radios are still easy to remove. Replaced several in newer cars.  Most radio problems I've encountered in older cars were speaker related. The cones
attorneyreedcearley
May 4
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29093

Re: Location of Fuse Box

It's so easy to remove that's why so many radios in the 70s were stolen in just a few minutes From: "Bob bobc997615@... [cosworthvegas]"
Paul Trickett
May 4
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29092

Re: Location of Fuse Box

If no one has mentioned this, the radio in mounted by: (1) jam nut behind the volume/tone knob;(1) jam nut behind the tuning/balance knob;"Pull" to remove AND
Bob
May 4
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29091

Re: Location of Fuse Box

You can touch a low voltage battery to the speaker wires at the radio to test the speakers and wiring. You would also test for power, both switched and always
Gary Derian
May 4
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29090

Re: Location of Fuse Box

Reed, while I appreciate your answer it does not address the root problem. I cant tell if the speakers are not working if the radio itself is not working. If
Jeff Freedman
May 4
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