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  1. Electrical woes 1976 TR6

    Ignition switch failed or so I thought! Sourced new 6 terminal type from U.K..
    On fitting I notice that one of the terminals in the female connection, way up under dash, has nothing in it.
    Is this normal or have I lost a lead ?
    Car still doesn't start.
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  2. Tr7 carborator switch out

    Hello all, I am looking at changing my 1980 TR7 to the weber carborator. Has any one done this or know of any reference material I could look over before I start. Thanks in advance for any help.
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  3. Improved rocker oil flow - TR6

    Anybody consider modifying the camshaft to increase oil flow to the rockers?

    I rebuild the '73 TR6 engine recently, and one of the last steps was to prime the oil galley by using a slotted shaft in the distributor hole to the oil pump, driven by a drill.

    At first, no oil would get to the rockers. Then, after some head scratching, I looked in the manual and saw that it mentions a flat machined into the cam to reduce oil flow. Naturally, I was on the flat, so no oil was ...
  4. austin healey mechanic in Phoenix AZ

    I'm new to phoenix AZ and i'm looking for a mechanic in the phoenix area for my 62 Austin Healey 3000 and 59 Austin Healey 100-6.
    anyone know one they can recommend?
    Does anyone know of any Healey groups or clubs in the phoenix area?
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  5. Hello, new member here

    I have a 1963 Sprite which I owned in the 70s and 80s , sold it (bad day)
    And recently found and bought it back from the internet in poor shape but repairable. Trying to get it registered but the registry says the vin doesn’t have enough numbers ( HAN6L/741)I had it registered back then how do I prove that this is the proper #
    HELP
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