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Technical questions about Mopar builds, repairs, and anything else Mopar.

Stuck Signals

1974 Dodge Challenger. Today all turn signalsstop working just a steady light bothsides no blinking left and right. Four-wayflashers work fine and all other lightswork including back up lights? Anyideas?Bad turn signal flasher (under

Gear Goo To Go

What gear oil do you recommend for aSure Grip rear? In the old days we addeda pint of the hypoid to the regular 80W90as I recall, but where to get it now? Or isthere a better solution? Virtually any gear oil sold today isformulated for

In The Lurch

I just inherited my granddad’s 1969 DodgeDart, it has a small V8 engine and threespeed floor shift. The first time I went tostart it, I guess it was in gear, becauseit lurched forward and I almost wentthrough the garage door. I assume

Slime Time

I found oil under my 383 stock intake onthe valley pan, upon removing the intakemanifold , I found the oil coming fromthe bolt hole areas. Was it loose bolts orshould I clean and seal the threads?Wishing you all the best,Seal them, use

Van Once Ran

1977 Sportsman wagon, Mopar 360 LArebuilt motor same carb as old motor. Itbackfires and pops through carb. It willnot run past idle. When throttle moved itjust takes “breaths”. 1˝ to 6-inch vacuumon motor w/ no hours on it rebuilt

Line Drawing

I need to replace all the brakehardlines in my ’64 Valiant stationwagon. I tried Stainless SteelBrakes but apparently theydon’t do early Abodies. Is thereanother source? Or should I justbuy bulk 3/16˝ stainless tube androll my own?

Rub-A-Dub Tub

…On a ’70 Super Bee, I relocated the rear springs into thelongitudinals and minitubbed it by simplycutting the center of the wheel well andmoving it into the side of the frame railthen stripping in 3 inches of sheet metaland also moving

Angular View

I have a 1974 Dodge Challenger 360which I am restoring. I have detailedthe rear end (8¾˝) and the leaf springs.Installing the springs, it sure looks to melike the springs are spaced apart widerat the rear shackles than at the front. Thecar

Piped Up

I am resurrecting a ’69 GTXHemi that had been a racecar(headers). The father of the sellergave me the original exhaustmanifolds, and I have boughtevery repro exhaust part I canfind. But I have no idea howthose little pipes go at the backof

Synchronize It

I have a 1962 Dodge Dart 440, with a361 and three speed stick. It was columnshifted, but the previous owner convertedit to a floor shift (no name visible). Thetransmission is, I am told, is an A745.At any rate, it has quite a bit of

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