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    Datsun 521

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  1. Thank you all for the support! Noticed that the signal flasher was real weak, so I replaced it last night and got a very strong pulse. But, I also noticed something quite strange that I could not see during the day. Exterior light is working great, but the interior arrow still does nothing. But at night I actually saw a very small blink of light coming from behind the cluster. I started to think that maybe the bulb was loose and hanging down, so I reached my hand behind and it still feels secure. Not quite sure what to make of it. I'm able to the see light blinking just in between the crack of the cluster and clear cover. Attached a picture to show where I'm talking about. Thoughts?
  2. Wow, thank you for taking the time to explain. Awesome! Going to give it a shot, thank you so much!
  3. I'll give that a shot and see if it works. When the interior blinker arrow works, it's only the left one. The right one does not turn on whatsoever.
  4. From my understanding, some of the wiring was loose. I have a very limited knowledge of wiring, so I didn't know what to look for on my own. Yes, the emergency flashers are working. I'll try swapping the flashers, but they both seem to be different. Can plugging the wrong flasher in cause any type of issue?
  5. Hi all, Just got my '72 521 back after having some electrical work done to it, but I'm a little stumped with the turn signals. So, the electrician told me that the signal switch is really worn out. But, the exterior turn signals turn on just fine. However, the interior arrows light up only half of the time, regardless of the exterior signals always working. I'm wondering if it could have anything to do with the flashers? Which look to be very old, and a lot of the information/stamping has faded. I can tell that they are Niles flashers, but it's pretty difficult to make out any other information. Would really appreciate some advice. Happy to provide additional info! Thanks!
  6. Hi all, Just got my '72 521 back after having some electrical work done to it, but I'm a little stumped with the turn signals. So, the electrician told me that the signal switch is really worn out. But, the exterior turn signals turn on just fine. However, the interior arrows light up only half of the time, regardless of the exterior signals always working. I'm wondering if it could have anything to do with the flashers? Which look to be very old, and a lot of the information/stamping has faded. I can tell that they are Niles flashers, but it's pretty difficult to make out any other information. Would really appreciate some advice. Happy to provide additional info! Thanks!
  7. Previous owner installed an ooga horn.
  8. Pics added: https://imgur.com/cCE2B4q https://imgur.com/vHJ7fTK https://imgur.com/YK5h7lx https://imgur.com/q6nbhmv
  9. Sorry for the busted links, must be the hosting site I'm using. I can repost if anyone could provide some info on how to do so.
  10. haha, Halloween last year.
  11. Got it for a little over 4k.
  12. No, I'm still in CA. San Fernando Valley.
  13. Thanks! Couldn't agree more, I'm stuck with a long commute in traffic.. So that bumper might be a godsend. Here's some more pics 🙂
  14. Thanks, for the most part this truck is pretty clean cosmetically, with the exception of a few dings. It's super solid mechanically. The guy that had it before me really put a lot into it. Also put in a 5 speed tranny, so this thing hauls major ass. Question about the bumper, if I opt to remove it, is there a bracket available so I can mount the plate under tailgate? I noticed an existing bracket there, but the bolt holes don't line up with those on the plate.
  15. Will do! Thank you so much for the info! Really glad I came across this forum.
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