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  1. If you read the Nissan factory service manual it says calls for some points to need sealant. I had a friend with a 620 who had a new Precision brand seal with the same prob. With the help of a glass professional they R&R’d the windshield 6-7 times trying to get the seal to fit w/o sealant. They were scraping rust, painting, bending metal, etc. They never got it to seal. I informed them about the service manual note. They sealed it, no prob. They surmised the cab may have been a bit tweeked from a PO fender bender. Hope this helps?
  2. Sorry. I didn't specify the one Rock Auto has is for a standard cab. Looks like they have run out of seals for King Cab. So has Precision seal. The original Datsun part number for a king cab is 79716-B9300 if it helps your search. Good luck.
  3. I've got a radiator if you still haven't found one.
  4. Where are you located? Some sellers don’t want to ship something that big and fragile.
  5. If ever you come to Sante Fe Springs stop in was 5 miles from home base .

  6. Did you get rims  ? I may have a couple  for you.

  7. I've got a bunch of 620 parts if anybody is looking. Can bring to the event or located in San Diego. PM me for details, don't clog this thread pls. Cab outer visor, inside visors, AC (evaporator unit, condenser, center console with controls, and all engine brackets & hoses') Bumper, hood, fenders, tailgate, grill (no rings,) after market door mirrors, hood prop, door jam rails, ignition cover, heaters, wiper motor, wiper pivot posts & linkage (with metal clips,) turn signal switches, running lights, ft turn signal light assemblies (no lenses) dash switches, black seat belts, overflow tank, wiper squirter tank & motor, etc.
  8. I’ll be there! Anybody coming have any stock 620 steel wheels? I need one or two. PM me if you do.
  9. I like the blue interior! Pretty scare these days. Everyone has to have black these days. The seat and door panels are beautiful.
  10. You don’t need to access the fan switch to check the voltage dropping coil, they are in different places. The spade connectors on the left side of blower housing are where the voltage dropping coil is that Datzen Mike said to pry up the plastic piece. If you have an under-dash AC unit with the switches mounted on the unit itself (blower unit has it’s own motor.) , unscrew the sheet metal screws that hold the unit in place and see if the evapoator (the same blower unit) will drop down down enough to give you access to the voltage dropping coil, &/or heater motor. Don’t force the AC unit if it doesn’t move easily, you don’t want to bond any hard lines, especially if the unit is still charged and working. If it AC unit is not charged and working you might consider removing until a future date, when your repairs are done. For process of elimination and steps in ease of access: First, I suggest checking your your fuses first to ensure you still have 12 volts going to the switch and fan. 2nd run a separate 12 volt wire to the fan motor to test it in-place and see if it works before removing the AC or taking your dash apart. If it does not work repair/replace. if it does work, move on to tracing wires with a simple test-light and ensure you have 12 volts to switch and on to motor. Then repair the voltage dropping coil. If you have 12volts to motor, and the motor works, and coil is repaired, only then I would go into the dash and replace/rebuild the switch. If you have mobility issues like me you may need to find a wiry friend to help out!
  11. I've pulled a bunch of these, have been lucky not to find a broken one yet. Typically the rivet that holds the wire eyelet breaks leaving the eyelet intact. I go to the hardware store and get a brass screw and nut to hold it together, and doesn't seem to corrode as fast.
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