Installing LED Lights for Safety

Installing LED Lights For Safety By Stephen Kassis Safety is a major concern when driving our vintage & classic cars on today’s highways. Original tail lights are not easily seen and today’s drivers expect to see bright tail lights to warn them of stop & turning intentions

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Headlight Conduits & Wires (1929-1936)

1929-1936 Headlight Conduits & Wires By Stephen Kassis Headlight wires in early Chevy cars & trucks are nearly always a problem and must be replaced when restoring the vehicle. The wiring inside the headlights was a cloth or rubber covered wire that, after 75+ years, has become

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Fuel Gauge Testing

Fuel Gauge Testing By Stephen Kassis The fuel gauge is one of the most important gauges in the instrument panel. It is simple in both function and operation. When it is not operating properly, it seems to be a big mystery – but it’s not. Test the

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Alternators For Early Engines

Alternators For Early Engines By Stephen Kassis Generators were standard equipment on all Chevrolets through 1962. Early engines will run on a generator or alternator system. If your vehicle is completely original, there is no reason to change from the generator to an alternator. The drawback to

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6 Volt to 12 Volt Changeover

6 Volt to 12 Volt Changeover By Stephen Kassis The benefits of 12-volt charging systems over the earlier 6 volt systems are well established. It has been over 65 years since 12 volt systems became the automotive industry standard in 1955. So does your vintage car or

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A New Wiring Harness For Your Ride

A New Wiring Harness For Your Ride By Stephen Kassis If your vintage car or truck has broken or frayed wires, there is a high risk in not repairing or replacing the harness. Shorts in the electrical system can cause burned wires or a total loss of

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