Re: Push buttons, temp guage & fender tag
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Re: Push buttons, temp guage & fender tag



1) Used. Joe Suchy probably has one. He is listed on http://1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/restoration-sources.html in the One Stop Vendors section.

2) http://www.hotrod.com/how-to/interior-electrical/23241-instrument-gauges-repair/ gives one test procedure.

3) Sorry, most of the build records for early 1960s Mopars were tossed by Chrysler. You can see if Chrysler Historical has a build sheet for your car.
http://chryslergroupllc.extra.chrysler.com/company/Heritage/Pages/Build-Records.aspx
 (If you talk with Joe Suchy, ask him about how common those options  were. He knows 1964 Plymouths well. 

Thanks,
Gary H. 

>  -------Original Message-------
 
>  One of the trans selector buttons (neutral) is broken where it
>  attaches to the plunger. I have it jerry rigged to stay in position
>  but would like a more permanent fix. Is there a source for the
>  buttons? I haven't found one yet.
>  
>  The water temp gauge stays pegged out on the cold side. When I first
>  got the car it was reading but low. Does anyone know the proper
>  resistance readings for the sending unit at low & high readings?
>  
>  Haven't found a good web source for fender tag decode on the 64 Fury.
>  I have found other years but not the 64. This car is a bench seat fury
>  with power brakes, steering, seat, and windows. It also has factory
>  (dealer installed?) air. I'm curious as to how common these options
>  were. Is there a place I can find production numbers for these
>  options?
>  
>  Thanks
>  Bud P.S. This site is too cool
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