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  2. Gemmer

    Temperature transmitter

    Datzenmike, Just to be perfectly clear, all PU 320 trucks and SPL 310 roadsters came from the factory configured as positive ground vehicles. While some of these have been converted by their owners to negative ground autos, I have kept mine in its original state, positive ground. It has been documented that the sensors work differently. This sensor (sender) is the only one that works with a stock 320 or 310 gauge for the E1 engine. It is not a matter of + or - ground. So what I’m looking for is a thermal transmitter #25250-30100.
  3. datzenmike

    Those Wacky Californians!

    I'm sure you were.
  4. Gemmer

    Temperature transmitter

  5. Clint760

    Datsun 620 4x4

    http://QUPZX2
  6. Gemmer

    Temperature transmitter

    320 Newb, There is in fact a sensor available here “www.datsun-roadster-parts.com/product/he-070” they want $148.80 for it. I don’t have that kind of money for a part that costs $20.00
  7. thisismatt

    Those Wacky Californians!

    I was being sarcastic...
  8. datzenmike

    Those Wacky Californians!

    I said it flourishes there not that everyone is crazy. Don't take offense. Even the the title says wacky Californians, Before I said a word about crazy, native and non Californians coined the term 'crazy' and agree. Pretty crazy.
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  10. paradime

    Those Wacky Californians!

    That's sounds perfectly "normal", but no Mike, you were hoping to provoke with your "crazy" comment.
  11. datzenmike

    Those Wacky Californians!

    Yeah that's one of them. I was hoping to direct traffic away from Rome.
  12. KoHeartsGPA

    Those Wacky Californians!

    Politicians
  13. paradime

    Those Wacky Californians!

    So it's game on for Cuz Cali then, right king rat? Now that's a special kind of normal isn't it. So Mike, how far are you going to let this thread go before you start gaslighting anyone who calls you out on your hypocrisy and threatening them with a "vacation"? As you said, all roads lead to Rome, but it seems you're always there directing traffic. It's very likely I won't be able to retire in the state my family's been in for 7 generations. Left Right political ranting aside though, California is and always has been a "crazy" place in "normal" peoples eyes. IMHO Besides being geographically beautiful, it's always been the crazy mother F'ers here that made Cali great, and all the "normal" money grubbing shit sticks coming here are what fucked it up. 30 years ago, after the 89 Loma Prieta Earthquake, the Bay Area had an amazing renaissance. All the poser fucktards who didn't belong here packed up their shit and went back to their safe "normal" lives. At the same time, the Bay Area took possession of huge military base closures in San Francisco, Treasure Island, Alameda (East Bay), and Vallejo Mare Island (North Bay). Financially the place fell on hard times, but that pause left room for all the crazy Mother Fuckers to breath again. With all that open space there was an explosion of creative energy that produced a uniquely American culinary revolution, artistic and social movements like Burning Man, Mark Pauline's Survival Research Laboratories, and the "Mission School" art scene, a world class underground music scene, a resurgence in big budget and independent film making, and the silicon explosion that changed the world. All of that happened right here in a 10 year span, money came rushing in, and in 4 short years, all the "normal" money grubbing shit sticks came flooding back in and fucked it all up. People want to live here for obvious reasons, and in a supply and demand market, it's the people coming here that drives the cost of living up. As a response to over expansion, reaching back to the 70s Cali has implemented some of the most restrictive building laws in the nation and that drives a limited supply. Bottom line, "Normal" is and always has been cheap, and "Crazy" is expensive. Stop whining about it and do the fucking math.
  14. drawks

    What did you do to your dime today?

    First free day without rain in a couple weeks, got out and put some miles on the dime roaring around wildcat canyon and Bear Creek. The R8 coils seem to run good. I've still got a bit of a weird idle that may be because the nistune ecu I have was originally out of an automatic; I've heard that the iacv control is a little weird on the auto ecus. I stopped for a cappuccino and had 7 different people approach me about my car as I was walking back to it. Including some kid (maybe 15 years old) who told me that Datsuns are his favorite and this was going to be a great day after seeing my car. I wanted to offer him a ride around the block, but figured that society doesn't really like it when you pickup random children in your car; too bad for him.
  15. oukippy

    Headlights Problem

    I think I'll have to find a spin and ball bearing. I hope I won't need to buy a new turn signal switch just for 3 grammes of metal...
  16. datzenmike

    Headlights Problem

    Looks like a roll pin should be in there. The ball and spring help it seat into one of the three positions and not flop around.
  17. oukippy

    Headlights Problem

    The lever was hold by a simple screw : I think there is something missing here : The missing part should push this little piece of metal which make the contact between wires : According to what I saw on the 521 post, there should be a ball bearing and a spring. I found a ball bearing under the carpet and was clever enough to keep it but I'm not sure it's the good one. Beside, I don't have the spring. Any idea on how to fix it ?
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