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  1. Hello, I have a 1973 Datsun 240z, I had the turn signal assembly refurbished and when reinstalling it the horn will no longer work. I noticed the copper arm on front of the assembly so when I press that on the back of the steering wheel the horn works. If I rest it on the back of the steering wheel the horn blares constantly, if I press the center of the steering wheel or not. I assume it is something simple and I am just a noob but I don't know. Any suggestions?
  2. View Advert 260Z, 1975-76 280Z Turn Signal Switch Completely refurbished! The switch was totally disassembled and cleaned. The lever has its original black finish in perfect condition. All contacts on the switches have been cleaned and burnished, and treated with dielectric grease. All switch settings have been continuity tested. The wiring and connectors are in perfect condition. $200 includes standard domestic shipping, international shipping available at actual cost. Payment via PayPal. PM if interested, thanks Advertiser
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    Completely refurbished! The switch was totally disassembled and cleaned. The lever has its original black finish in perfect condition. All contacts on the switches have been cleaned and burnished, and treated with dielectric grease. All switch settings have been continuity tested. The wiring and connectors are in perfect condition. $200 includes standard domestic shipping, international shipping available at actual cost. Payment via PayPal. PM if interested, thanks

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  4. I had the 74-260z out the other day at night. Headlights as well as radio and heater fan on. I had to make a turn and put the blinker on and the headlights and dash lights started dimming with each blink of the turn signal, the amp gauge also dropped with every blink and the tach gauge also dropped with every blink. Is this normal or do I have an issue with something. I know the electrical system in these cars does not produce much surplus power so is this normal.
  5. he following items are for 1970-1973 Datsun 240z and ship FREE in the continental US. Shipping from Tacoma, WA 98404. Click on Google Drive Share folder for Pictures. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1HXipGdIWp2IHk6SfDUrX3aJfp6l_r2HR?usp=sharing Series 2 Fuse Box Cover $40 Series 2 Combo and Turn Signal Switch (Turn signal switch has some cut wires) $100 pair SOLD Fan Switches $20 each Series 2 Hazard Switch $40 Series 1 Antenna Switch $50 Series 1 Cigarette Lighter $40 Inspection Lamps $10 each Assorted Electronics
  6. I have a short or something going on that when I pres the brake pedal the sidemarker lights and the dash lights come on in addition to the rear brake lights. Also when I have my headlights on the turn signal for the left signal lights up ...Anybody have an issue like this and how did you fix it. Thanks
  7. Hi guys I need some help. No power at turn signal lever its 73z manual when I picked up car it was a bare shell only, all apart, does anyone have a photo you can share of where the wires from the combo switches meet up? I have the signal switch plugged in to the right plug on the main harness of dash which looks like it's a square plug with 6 pins, but there's zero power there. And zero at the lever. There are a couple of single wires unplugged like the key buzzer wire which right now I'm not worried about. I think some of them crossover from headlight combo swi
  8. Hi Guys! I need advice on my left rear turn signal diagnostic. The left rear turn signal quit working. All the bulbs are fine. The left front signal works fine. Both right turn signals front and rear work fine. ALL the hazards work including the left rear. BOTH rear brake lights work. HOWEVER, When the brakes are applied the left brake light goes out when the left turn signal is activated and there is no flashing signal. With the right turn signal activated and the brakes applied, the right signal flashes normally over riding the brake light. I read a couple of threads and my diagnosis is
  9. So, I've been working on restoring a '79 280zx, and man, it's been a fight. But finally, it's running, it's ready to go, and so I thought that from here on out, it'd be all cosmetic. That is until I started testing my lights. Long story short, my right turn signal... With the lights on (parking or head), the front right turn signal will stay solid (even without the turn signal being engaged), and the rear right will flash rapidly. With the lights off, all works well, except the left side (side mounted, not the entire left side) parking light/flasher blinks as well when the right is engaged. Th
  10. hey the ive never posted on here but i was hopin someone could help me out. the other day i was driving my 72 240z and i forgot to secure my battery. when i went around a corner it fell on the engine. grounded out and melted my positive terminal. I thought it was gonna have big problems. but everything still works except for my turn signals. Flick the switch up or down nothing happens. it isnt getting any power to the top two fuses on the right side. the ones that say lights L and lights R. i also changed out the flasher and still nothing. Anyone know where i should go from here?
  11. Hello, I have picked up another '72 240Z around a month ago and have been slowly working out problems in the car, like the anoyng problem with my turn signals. My dad had a simalar problem in his 260Z a couple years back, but now I'm looking for a good solution. When I first started to tinker with it I had noticed that the Green power wire had been bypassed along with the factory flasher unit, in place was a cheeepy flasher unit with a power spliced into a random power wire. I tested the old green power wire and it had no power, wanting to drive my z I put the cheepy flasher back in. A week l
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