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    hawaii z

    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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Source for Tail lamp harness plugs

Electrical 20 May 2015
Yeah, I think you're right.  What would you call that?  It's not the usual 4-pin connector, like the one for the vacuum solenoids.   I also need some 2-pin sets for the turn signals-  mine are getting funny.    I was thinking that  I might have to go to the JY t...
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Source for Tail lamp harness plugs

Electrical 20 May 2015
No they don't. The later roundish style headlight connectors are actually FOUR cavity connector shells which only have three positions populated. And to make matters worse, two of the cavities accept a smaller crimp on contact, while the other two accept a larger contact. Cycle terminal does...
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What would you do to your 240z if on a $3500 budget?

Open S30 Z Discussions 14 May 2015
I'm sure there's a wide variety of opinions on this, but as the cars get older and there are fewer of them, I would argue that adding fender flares and/or a sun roof are not recommended.   Unless you have a car with rotten wheel arches. Then maybe I would add the flares. Otherwise make sure...
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What would you do to your 240z if on a $3500 budget?

Open S30 Z Discussions 14 May 2015
Have you considered side pipes?  They don't buy you much in terms of performance, but MAN they look good!     Mine needs a paint job and interior work (that black one ain't it, mine's in a bit of a more...uh...disassembled state.)  But if I had an abundance of funds, things I...
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Help me bring it back to life!

Electrical 28 Aug 2010
I'm not sure if you can find an ignition relay for a 79. I constructed a replacement for a 79 ignition relay for a friend who was working on a customer's car.
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L28+(maxima)47 build

Engine and Drivetrain 09 May 2015
Site, See what happens when you have too much beer with deck building... I haven't fallen off yet!   Bud Lite and a nail gun makes for a quick build.  Too quick on that one. 
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Need Choke Cable Clip - Anyone?

Carburetor Central 20 May 2015
I found out there were two ways to clamp the cables when I noticed that one carb was a 4 screw and one was a 3 screw put on by the dealership in 1980.  I switched out both of those carbs for a pair of 4 screw in 2010.  Thats when I noticed both were different.  It was a real head s...
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Turning Engine by Hand

Engine and Drivetrain 20 May 2015
He's gotta remove the head anyway, E31 currently, N47 on the indoor motor.   These make it easier, $13 at amazon.com.   EDIT: I just read where you're going to use the N47 head.  I'm probably wrong but won't the fuel injector holes have to be welded over for carbs? and the exhaust...
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Intermittent Loss Of Power-1972 240Z Stock

Help Me !! 14 Apr 2015
If you've got those nail head connectors loose on the sending unit you're half done, they were a huuuge pain for me.  Putting them back is even more fun, FYI.  Dropping the tank is not as bad as you think, piece of plywood on a floor jack, let it down a little at a time and remove the h...
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Turning Engine by Hand

Engine and Drivetrain 20 May 2015
Yes, replacing the rings requires removing the head. Do you have the necessary tools to properly replace the rings and do all the other work that comes along with that? If not, just run it and see what happens. It seems you have already verified the engine turns and does not have a broken rod or...
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