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A couple of 510 questions


grannyknot

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When I removed the 4 bolts that hold the diff in the rear cross member I noticed there were I think 4 spacer bars or maybe washers that hold the diff in the center of the cross member,  well I have put them somewhere so safe I can't find them.

I haven't been able to find a good exploded diagram of the rear end so was wondering if anyone had a pic of these spacers that they could post up so I know what I'm looking for?

 

Also, I noticed that there is a momentary switch that is actuated when the gas pedal is to the floor,(this is a 73/510) just wondering what this sensor is for or what it cuts power to?

Thanks

 

 

 

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You must have an automatic car. That's the electric kick down switch. sthe auto to drop down a gear and make the engine make more noise even if it doesn't go much faster.

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So this was swapped to a standard? The auto gas pedal has a different mount location than a standard. If you remove the two screws and look at the floor there is a third dimple allowing the choice of left or right positioning of the pedal. But if you have the original auto brake pedal still it doesn't need moving. I guess the standard brake is in the way or a tight fit so the gas is moved right to give it room. Something like that.

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