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Re: [T3] 64 1500S electrical questions...

not sure if this is much help, your part numbers seem correct , the only
problem i have found is that those boxes are hell to find, my b%g and a
friends b%g both have the same setup and both of our boxes where blown , as
for the head lights and the headlight flasher they still worked thru the
boxes , but the turn signal didnt we ran 2 different stock chevy flashers
for the turnsignals, your FLAP probley sold you another relay because they
cant get the stock one, it will work but you need to match the relay with
the new one , like with Relay J  70's model's bugs come with a J type relay
but it is square the part number ends in C look on the bottem of a 70's bug
relay and all of the same plugs from your stock relay will be stamped on
there IE:    (56) (J) (30) (S) (56a)

hope this mindless babble helps some

67 Baja Bug
72 Bug
73 Squareback
73 Squareback

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----- Original Message -----
From: "David Britton" <davidbritton2@home.com>
To: "type3" <type3@vwtype3.org>
Sent: Sunday, March 04, 2001 12:45 AM
Subject: [T3] 64 1500S electrical questions...

>   I am in the process of installing the pushbutton switches, fuse block,
> the Headlight
>   Flasher Relay (J), and the Flasher Unit (J1) as shown in the wiring
> diagram at the link
>   below.  Since the car was completely disassembled when I acquired it,
> I am uncertain
>   that I have the correct parts.  My FLAPS sold me a relay with p/n 111
> 941 583,
>   assuring me that this would work, despite my skepticism.  It has only
> 5 terminals and
>   the diagram shows 6.  I have 2 other items,  part numbers 311 941 583A
> and 311 906
>   061.
>   http://www.vintagebus.com/wiring/t3-64-65-s.jpg
>   1.) Can anybody tell me what are the correct part numbers for J and J1
> (or a usable substitute)?
>   2.) I also have bumper mounted reverse lights.  What paths are the
> wires routed to the transaxle?
>   3.) The 3rd wire (brown) for the headlights is double crimped with an
> additional terminal I suspect is to be grounded to the chassis.  How is
> this accomplished?
>   4.) And finally, on a non electrical related subject, I cannot seem to
> fully insert my gages into the dash so the spring clips are released in
> order to snap on the plastic retainer rings.  What gives?
>   Thanks in advance,
>   DaveB
>   Summerland, CA
>   '64 Notch 1500S
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