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post #46 of 59 (permalink) Old 09-09-2016, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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No problem. Post your adventure with the Jaguar heater valve here. I heard those are metal (not plastic) and can be found easily for around $15-20. Good luck with those projects.

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Marco-- here's a thread on this with photos, showing the mounting of the microswitch.

'86 Heater Valve

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Bump... back to the surface.
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I'm interested in a fully-functional wiper motor and a possible intermittent wiper relay. Of course, interest depends on the pricing. If no relay is available, I am still interested in the motor. Again, depending on price!
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post #50 of 59 (permalink) Old 10-26-2016, 02:51 PM Thread Starter
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Hi Nemesis,

Let's connect directly, and I'll send you pix of the wiper motor. And you can send me pix to show the intermittent wiper relay.

As I may not be able to test the relay sufficiently, I could send it conditionally. If it works we're good. If there's a problem, I buy it back.

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Hi Nemesis,

Let's connect directly, and I'll send you pix of the wiper motor. And you can send me pix to show the intermittent wiper relay.

As I may not be able to test the relay sufficiently, I could send it conditionally. If it works we're good. If there's a problem, I buy it back.

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And you can take that to the bank. Peter is straight-up honest in his dealings. Period.

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And you can take that to the bank. Peter is straight-up honest in his dealings. Period.
Thank you Dave. You leave me flattered and blushing :- )
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That's ok... as long you're blushing Alfa Rosso, Peter.

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Hi, I'm looking for a steering wheel the will fit my 78 Alfetta GT. Got anything that might work? Prefer wood, like my spiders. I thought I remembered the stock original for this car being wood.
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I think Alfetta Coupes may have come with a fake wood wheel, in most years, from the factory. I don't have any wood or fake wood ones. But, I can show you what I may have to see if any of those might work for you. Best to hit me with an e-mail to share pix.

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Bink... Street level please.
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Right back up to Page One, after a long tour of the basement.
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