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8 weeks ago
NC65Corsa
Thanks for all the information. I use only pure gasoline. I guess it will stop when the weather cools. it did not do it when I got the car in the early spring. You guys are great to answer my questions with options. Many thanks.
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8 weeks ago
NC65Corsa
First, thanks to Frank as he diagnosed my issue right away. Perfect. I am glad there are experts around. Having put in an electric fuel pump during the restoration and replacing the mechanical pump made sense. It get HOT (and humid) where I am so the fuel in the lines vaporizes and the pump is loud for 5-8 seconds and then quiets down. The fuel has changed or the mechanical pump 15-20 years n
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2 months ago
NC65Corsa
I have a bit of a follow-up for you experts if you do not mind. Yesterday was very hot so this happened when I stopped for a couple minutes. It made me think two thoughts. One is would this also happen nowadays because of the gasoline now made - with a original mechanical fuel pump??? Would some type of insulation around the fuel lines keep the lines cooler? That one is just a thought.
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3 months ago
NC65Corsa
Thanks gentlemen for the answers. I think Frank is spot on as it does not seem to be prevalent in the colder months. Monzaguy was great build as well. Thanks guys.
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3 months ago
NC65Corsa
My car has an electric fuel pump. When I turn the ignition on the pump come on with a little noise. Good so I know it is running. If I drive the car and get it warm. If I stop, and turn the car off, go into a store, whatever. Sometimes, not every time when I hit the switch, the pump is much louder. After a hundred yards or so, then it becomes quiet. Sometimes, same little noise letting me know it
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4 months ago
NC65Corsa
Thanks for all the comments. I think the conversion I would like is around $700. The reviews for the conversions are great which is good for me to know. So many options... I wish there was a manual for the remote I have with mine. My pleasure is driving the car and watching people smile of better days. Thanks for all the comments.
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4 months ago
NC65Corsa
My radio was converted using one of the devices Frank talks about. First, it has a German accented lady telling me Bluetooth is running. The unit is controlled by a small remote, does not have much power and no way to control the front speaker to back speakers among other things. While is does work, I am looking for something a bit more modern and something I can control a bit more. T
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4 months ago
NC65Corsa
Anyone have any experience with a converted AM radio to Aurora Designs FMR-3 AM/FM/Blue Tooth?? Thanks for comments. It is only money.
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6 months ago
NC65Corsa
Just an update: I saw this and it said if your fingernail does not catch, you could probably polish the scratch(s). I took my time as the instructions said... I was pleasantly surprised with the results. GLASS POLISH 21005 DIY Windshield Polishing Kit, Automotive Glass Polishing at Amazon
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8 months ago
NC65Corsa
Thanks for all the comments. Probably the best solution is to find another window, it is the back seat window in my coupe. probably the scratches will not polish out well. Many thanks all for your expert advice.
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8 months ago
NC65Corsa
Hi experts, Is it possible to polich glass? I have a LM read window that has been scratched. If not, just get a replacement? No one sits in the back anyway. Newbie looking for a good direction.
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