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    Cassette player restoration

    Thanks
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    Cassette player restoration

    For some reason, Tayman is not accepting tape players
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    Cassette player restoration

    This is original to my New Yorker. Only problem we had with it was the first one was stolen when the Chrysler was approx a month old. The replacement worked fine until the belts started slipping. Looking to have it serviced. BTW the case should be the same color as the interior plastic. If...
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    Cassette player restoration

    I have a 71 New Yorker with a floor mounted cassette player. Any referral for repair services welcomed. I live near Indianapolis IN.
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    Chicago muscle car show

    Went to the Chicago Muscle Car Show Saturday. 3 C body Chrysler Plymouth were there. One owned by a group member. 1971 Chrysler New Yorker 2 dr HT 440 TNT. 1970 300 H 1971 Plymouth Fury GT with a 440 magnum
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    Speed control linkage

    The chrysler is disassembled now in the body shop. It's been in the family since new. My father bought it in December of 1970. It's a 71 New Yorker 2 dr HT with a 440 TNT. It came factory with a cruse control unit. Will have to find the box its stored in. Have the original speed control cable...
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    Speed control linkage

    Thanks to all for the reply. Will search for the correct cable now.
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    Speed control linkage

    Heres the other style cable
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    Speed control linkage

    Hello group. Putting a carter avs together with speed control linkage. Apparently there are two types of speed control cables. I have one with an elongated slot. (See pic) Is this cable correct for a 1971 new Yorker with a 440 TNT? There is a pin attached to the carburetor for the pedal...
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    Carter AVS 4968S

    Didn't mean to imply it's a design flaw. But rather someone over torquing the nut. Might be a good idea to torque the nuts in some type of sequence and a little bit at a time. Will put type of epoxy on the crack.
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    Carter AVS 4968S

    Disassembled and inspected the carter AVS. The only problem discovered was a hairline crack with one of the attachment pads. From other carter AVS carbs I've seen, this is a common problem. Doesnt seem to be critical. The main and secondary jets are not marked. The metering rods are as...
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    Carter AVS 4968S

    It was missing more than those parts. Slowly been gathering the remaining parts through the purchase of other derelict carbs. 4968S is a very expensive carb today.
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    What kind of Ignition Coil is this ?

    I've heard that the unilite distributor had problems with its optical system. Always concerned with any electronic distributor because I've had problems with them in the past. My vega HEI distributor has failed several times (module goes out). Once even while driving on the highway. The lean...
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    What kind of Ignition Coil is this ?

    My father's New Yorker had a unilite distributor. I've heard these are unreliable. Any thoughts on this?
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    Welcome, RWCearley

    Me too.
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    Welcome, RWCearley

    Working on a friends 1960 alfa romeo. Heres another pic of the vega
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    Carter AVS 4968S

    Here when they switched to ethanol blended fuels. My alfa immediately started having problems. Ultimately, the tank had to be removed and cleaned due to rusting. Ethanol will also distroy your old fuel lines. My recent rebuild of my cosworth vega. I reduced the compression ratio from 11:1...
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    Carter AVS 4968S

    Thanks for the carburetor information. But I will try rebuilding the AVS myself. Done a few carbs over the yrs, mostly vintage European carbs, such as weber. Recently restored a pair of weber 40 DCO 3s for a 1960 alta romeo giulietta spider veloce. The customers spider had the classic problem...
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    Carter AVS 4968S

    The carb was purchased off of ebay many yrs ago. I plan to rebuild it and check the jetting while at it. Hopefully all is well with it. 71 was a transition yr for emissions which incld carbs and ignition changes. Will attempt to sort things out when back together.
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    Carter AVS 4968S

    The ethanol fuel has recked havoc on my classics. Traps moisture and rusted out fuel tanks. I know 90 octane is marginal for a TNT with high compression. So what about adding octane booster in order to get closer to 92.
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