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    Parking brake bracket

    Yes, I had a look after your pic and have swapped the brake line and cable around to the correct position . Thanks again
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    Parking brake bracket

    Many thanks for the replies. I though that was an exhaust bracket. With my stroker I have added different exhaust set up, hence the bracket not being used. Trace, the rubber is touching the floor pan, so I am happy Thanks again for the pic of the brake clip, I actually missed that. Shall clip...
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    Parking brake bracket

    Hi, I have a bracket missing on my '66 Fury wagon above the rear axle. Can anyone show me a picture of what it should looke like, please. I am sure it has something to do with keeping the R rear parking brake cable in place. All I have is a round rubber bushing around the cable. Thanks!
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    carpe diem

    Stunning car and photo's
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    '66 Fury neutral safety switch

    :thumbsup:
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    '66 Fury neutral safety switch

    Thanks for clearing up the 'fuse'. I did wonder why a fuse there. So, just a connector then
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    '66 Fury neutral safety switch

    Thanks guys,I really appreciate the info. Was also thinking of the backup light. I still have the wiring for that from when it was a 3 speed, a plug with two purple wires that is the backup lamp. Now the auto tranny do not have a place for such a switch...
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    '66 Fury neutral safety switch

    Thanks 413, you are correct, I did not knew about the difference. Luckily a local supplier have one in stock . Thanks again:)
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    '66 Fury neutral safety switch

    Thanks Mikedrini. The diagram show just a single wire with a fuse? in. Yes, I shall make sure it is the starter relay, thanks
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    '66 Fury neutral safety switch

    Guys , another stupid question, but please help. My '66 wagon with the 390 stroker was 3 on the tree. I have now changed to a 727 auto. The transmission has single thread point for the neutral safety switch in stead of the more common? multi prong. Can anyone advise me how to do the wiring...
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    Another power steering question...

    It really is badly bent. I have a Mopar friend that had the pulley on a working bench, and at speed there is a wobble. My fault, after hand operations I don't have fine motor feeling left, I dropped the pump on a tile floor while cleaning it
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    Another power steering question...

    Thanks for the comments. Longer fan belt no problem. I am happy with the way the steering was before the damage occurred.I was just thinking re the effect of a 2'' larger pulley. Will have large pulley off Monday, if it does not fit I'll have to get one made here out of billet. Thanks
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    Another power steering question...

    The solid pulley on my '66 Fury is bent beyond repair and I cannot find another here in South Africa. It is roughly 5'' across. I have however another Chrysler pump with a solid 7'' pulley that I can fit. Will this cause any problems apart from maybe it bit more firmer steering? Groove etc all...
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    '66 Fury engine bay wiring

    Thanks Jeff:thumbsup:
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    '66 Fury engine bay wiring

    Ross, I think I've sorted the gray wire, G6 What confused me is it is taped in with the engine harness, but both ends are loose. But looking at me old one the gray wire goes into to bottom connector for lights etc. Also taped with the old engine harness, but going into lower connector.For oil...
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