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  1. For those with early cars who may find this discussion later, here is a close up picture of the connection from the actuator on the key cylinder to the rod on the door lock mechanism. It shows the split plastic bushing that is used, instead of a clip type connection as shown above.
  2. They might be different for "series 2". My car has the two key system with the short single sided key for the doors.
  3. Just checked the lock assemblies on the doors from my 1971 parts car (12/70), they don't have the plastic clip on the the lock cylinder actuator either.
  4. Is that the correct key cylinder? Mine doesn't have the white plastic clip that is in your picture.
  5. Also here is an image from the body section of the FSM.
  6. Here are a couple of pictures from my 7/70 that I took so that I could re-assemble in the future. Don't like relying on my memory, Hope this helps.
  7. The FSM is a good source of info for this question. Check the general information section.
  8. I was wondering the same. The comments indicates that the seller was not very cooperative. Maybe not the right word, but he definitely was not making much of an effort.
  9. Early Canadian market 240Z's had no vapor tank either, until about 9/70 I believe. They were known as non-emissions models, HLS30UN. Here are a couple of pictures of my 7/70 Canadian car showing the original vent hose routing without a vapor tank. The hose tee's off the tank vent hose going straight up and then loops back down going through a hole in the floor behind the plastic trim panel.
  10. Here's a picture of the original vapor barrier on my 7/70 240Z, before I disassembled the door. It was held on with adhesive all the way around the perimeter. I assume 280's were similar.
  11. You're welcome. Funny thing is when I was doing a quick search for these, that was the first link I found and almost posted it as well.
  12. I thought all of my screws were deep in my crawl space but I found one, length is 12mm and it is an M4 x 0.7 with a 7mm hex plus JIS phillips head as @jfa.series1 mentioned. Jim I think the screws you linked to are M6, not 6mm hex head. It does seem they are like SEMs but with a lockwasher only, at least it is that way on my 7/70. Just checked and Clips and Fasteners has them in 12mm long as well. https://www.clipsandfasteners.com/M4-0-7-x-12mm-Phillips-Hex-Head-SEMS-Screw-p/pm33211.htm
  13. They are M4 like this, not sure of the length. I think they only have a lock washer https://www.clipsandfasteners.com/M4-0-7-x-8mm-Phillips-Hex-Head-SEMS-Screw-p/pm33209.htm
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