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Ausjacko
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yeah, that does look nicer


'68 J-code GT Fastback
'67 S-code GT coupe, 'Pink Bitz' formerly known as 'Hookin' up a brother'
'69 M_____ GTS Fastback 'Blasted'

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nassi wrote
Much tidier. What brand of fuse box is that please?


It's just a generic no name one Nassi.

rover.ebay.com/rover/0...1794470468


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OK thanks, I will keep a look out.


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Yup looks much better, I saw Georges one yesterday.

Nassi, I have a high quality fusebox I no longer need as the Haltech came with one.
It's an Eaton Bussmann relay and fuses holder. It uses micro relays and mini fuses like the modern cars have now. Comes with all the crimp on connectors also. Has two commons terminals to make wiring easier also. Each relay has two fuses connected to it.

Wasn't cheap trust me.

If you want it, you can have it for the special christmas price of whatever it costs to post Spot On \

This is a link to it here:
www.efihardware.com/pr...cro-Relays

here is a write up of a guy installing one, for you reference(you need to scroll down a bit)
mintzer.com/Jeep/AuxElectrical.htm


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Is the fuse box for a full rewire? I was going to buy one of the 21 circuit boxes on evilbay and go from there.


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Husky65 wrote
Yup looks much better, I saw Georges one yesterday.

Nassi, I have a high quality fusebox I no longer need as the Haltech came with one.
It's an Eaton Bussmann relay and fuses holder. It uses micro relays and mini fuses like the modern cars have now. Comes with all the crimp on connectors also. Has two commons terminals to make wiring easier also. Each relay has two fuses connected to it.

Wasn't cheap trust me.

If you want it, you can have it for the special christmas price of whatever it costs to post Spot On \

This is a link to it here:
www.efihardware.com/pr...cro-Relays

here is a write up of a guy installing one, for you reference(you need to scroll down a bit)
mintzer.com/Jeep/AuxElectrical.htm





Thanks for the very kind offer Husky but it will only sit on my shelf for ages. The effie is a long way short of needing wire just yet.
That very nice piece of kit should go to someone else. Once again thanks for the generous offer.
cheers


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No dramas mate.

If anyone actually needs it you can have it. Otherwise I'll keep it until someone does need it.


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Dwayne wrote
Is the fuse box for a full rewire? I was going to buy one of the 21 circuit boxes on evilbay and go from there.


Not my one. It's got 6 relay sockets (though one is not standard) and fuse holders. Mine was just to tidy up the relays that the ECU introduced in the engine bay. Can't complain at 20 bucks.


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What do you need nassi..?


I'm Batman...

Toyo Spares.
97203177.
5/89-91 Canterbury rd Kilsyth vic.
Specialist Toyota Dismantlers.

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Pinto-Pete wrote
What do you need nassi..?


Medication Pete.
Seriously, nothing atm. The effie is a long way off needing wire.
I am considering an electric power steer pump though. Any of the Toyodas use one that is not computer controlled?
I believe some early Astra's are suitable but a Toyota part would be a little less offensive.


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A few models use lectrickery, sold one to a bloke that was rebuilding a torana for some bloke from Tassie, he seemed to think it would be fine...


I'm Batman...

Toyo Spares.
97203177.
5/89-91 Canterbury rd Kilsyth vic.
Specialist Toyota Dismantlers.

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Pinto-Pete wrote
A few models use lectrickery, sold one to a bloke that was rebuilding a torana for some bloke from Tassie, he seemed to think it would be fine...

any idea of the current draw?


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nassi wrote
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A few models use lectrickery, sold one to a bloke that was rebuilding a torana for some bloke from Tassie, he seemed to think it would be fine...

any idea of the current draw?



Umm is the powerball lucky 13...? Shrug


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Toyo Spares.
97203177.
5/89-91 Canterbury rd Kilsyth vic.
Specialist Toyota Dismantlers.

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Pinto-Pete wrote
nassi wrote
Pinto-Pete wrote
A few models use lectrickery, sold one to a bloke that was rebuilding a torana for some bloke from Tassie, he seemed to think it would be fine...

any idea of the current draw?



Umm is the powerball lucky 13...? Shrug

I will do some research then uncle pinto.


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Pulled my donor 4R70W down today.






Looks like somebody put it in park while the car was moving.


And this is what you want from the 4R70W to put in the original AOD.


On the left is the main gearset. On the 4R70W it's a wide ratio that lowers 1st gear and gives better acceleration.
Middle is the stamped steel direct drum which I already have in my current AOD. It's stronger and lighter than the original cast iron drum.
On the right are two important parts - the "mechanical diode", which replaces the one way clutch in the AOD. It's much stronger and more reliable. That's the part on the bottom.
The other important part is the actual drum itself. It's wider than the original AOD unit and allows for a 2" wide overdrive band instead of the standard 1.5" band.


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