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    i have a 04/1972 240z vin#hls3076649 i bought in hawaii in 1977 that has less yhan 6,500 original miles.how do i find out what day it was produced my b-day is 04/20/1958

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Hello and Please Help me with my 280Z

Help Me !! 07 May 2015
Maybe the dimmer switch needs some work.  Squirt some electrical cleaner in it and turn it a few times.  Or you may have to get inside the combo switch and put 12 volts straight to solder spot and see if they light up.       There's some write ups on the turn signal mec...
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My Datsun 240Z

Introductions and Rides 15 Jan 2013
Got some problems with the paint on the roof ( where the sunroof was ) and the car had to go back to the paint shop. But it's finally fixed now. Took 6 hours yesterday to put a sealant on the paint ( hate that job ). An expert from the Insurance company is coming within 2 weeks to put a new...
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Electric fuel pump wiring early 260z

Electrical Yesterday, 12:04 PM
The fuel pump uses the same style of connector, but the one you found in the engine compartment is most certainly NOT for the fuel pump. On the 260, the electric fuel pump is mounted on a bracket back by the tank.   There is in fact an electric fuel pump by the fuel tank, but both of my...
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Can you get SPDT center-off relays?

Electrical 22 May 2015
I like Sarah's use of SPST relays.  You will only need two, and they are wired parallel, instead of serially, so unless you turn the headlamps on, nothing gets power.  Also, if one fails, the other can still power the lamps, but you will lose the function of either the high or low beam,...
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Can you get SPDT center-off relays?

Electrical 22 May 2015
I used the original wiring for the headlamps to drive the relays. I tapped +12v from the hot side of my AC circuit and grounded the new circuit to a chassis ground. With the new harness made with connectors, the OEM wiring harness is intact. Thus the upgrade is fully reversible by simply unplu...
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Electric fuel pump wiring early 260z

Electrical Yesterday, 12:04 PM
if my memory serves correct, that could be part of the starter interlock system..... but I could be wrong.
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Electric fuel pump wiring early 260z

Electrical Yesterday, 12:04 PM
Odd, I checked my 260, Sept 73 build date. If the connector, under the hood, comes out of the harness below the ID tag, mine has two yellow wires & is disconnected. The only three wire disconnected connectors are farther back & are not yellow FWIW.
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Can you get SPDT center-off relays?

Electrical 22 May 2015
This is a table I found.  What do you think of its information?   http://www.engineeri...uges-d_419.html
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Can you get SPDT center-off relays?

Electrical 22 May 2015
The common relay used in automotive after markets are not interlocking. When I did my installation, I screwed them to the inner fender under the gas filter. I bought connectors for the headlamps (the ones in front of the radiator mount). I used the original wiring for the headlamps to drive the...
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Can you get SPDT center-off relays?

Electrical 22 May 2015
I've been reading that the relay mounts are interlocking.  Is that correct?  Does it add any strength to a group of relays so the group can be mounted to a bracket  or bulkhead?
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