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Sammy Boy posted a topic in Pontiac Performance Maintenance, Modifications and Garage DiscussionI've got a 1970 T-37 Tempest, which i recently learned through PHS is nowhere near original, so ive decided to swap the motor from a 350 2v to a 455, the 455 i purchased came with a TH400 attached, but is from a 1970 bonneville. The T-37 as of now has a TH350, So I guess my question would be what would need to be changed, if anything, to put the bonneville TH400 into the Tempest or would the TH350 handle the stock 455? Thanks, Sam
Hey! I just noticed this loose-feeling wire and electrical connector on my 71 Lemans, and I don't know what component it goes to. It's on the passenger side under the hood, right in front of the wipers. My windshield washer isn't working atm, so I'm thinking this could have something to do with that. Thanks for any help!
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Looking for a blower motor resistor for a 1973 Pontiac LeMans, US-built. The car HAS air conditioning. The blower control on the dash has FOUR settings, (lo - - hi). The resistor I have in the car now works on the lower three settings, but gives me nothing on 'hi.' I think maybe it needs a very specific part from JUST a 1973 LeMans WITH A/C. Thanks in advance, Gary
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My Lemans has had this problem for some time now and i can't seem to figure out where it comes from. Anytime i go in reverse and turn the wheel counter clock wise to a certain degree i'll hear a grinding noise. The wheels don't seem to be rubbing and i'll take any advice i can get because i'm ready to try anything to get rid of this incessant noise. Thanks in advance!
Just stumbled across this forum. Grew up near PMD headquarters in Pontiac, Mich. in a family that owned and loved Pontiacs as far back as the 1940s. My dad was an early proponent of the "buy local" philosophy, reasoning that a thriving manufacturing base aided the entire community. I've had a 1969 LeMans 2-dr hardtop since it was new and purchased a 1950 8-cyl, 4-door wagon about two years ago. Both are drivable but need restoration. Our "daily drivers" are a 1997 and a 2000 Bonneville which both still perform flawlessly. I look forward to learning alot here and contributing when I can, although my mechanical skills border on the inept. Thanks!