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Hi all, I have just embarked on the restoration of a '71 MS55 Crown four door. It is missing s stack of stuff and this is the first of the parts list I need. * LHF guard. * Bonnet * RHR lower quarter panel, wheel arch, last eight inches of sill * Bottom of spare wheel well. * wiper arms * ash tray for centre of dash * Manual Pedal assembly and steering column * front guard indicators (both sides) that will do me me for now, I know there will be more as I go through it but that is the list that it have made this arvo. Cheers. Ian 0415 928 687
I am having problems with wipers not stopping/parking themselves at the correct position. I took the wipers out to access the blocked drain under the bulkhead. The wiper motor was freed from the mounting assembly to gain access to the drain and bolted back again. The wipers put back and checked for correct operation. They rotate correctly however, no matter how I adjust their mounting position they do not park back to the correct location with either intermittent or full on operation. I have disconnected the battery and motor to see if it reset itself but the problem persists. Any help on this is appeciated,
Kim Cox posted a topic in Inside and OutHelp please, I have a problem with my 1993 Camry Wagon, 2.2 Litre, Automatic Transmission. Neither the reverse lights, or rear wipers function. I have tested the bulbs with a multimeter and they seem okay. The question is really two parts Do I have one problem, (break in the wiring) or two separate problems. Any suggestions as to what the problem, or problems could be.