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How To: Diagnose and Replace a GM HVAC Blower Motor

Posted by David Alkire on Jan 8th 2021

Is Your AC Not Blowing Air? Car Heater Not Working?How to Diagnose and Replace a GM HVAC Blower Motor Driving a classic muscle car or truck is part of the rewards of ownership and being comfortable when driving adds to the experience. If your AC is not blowing air or car heater is not working, your comfort level may be at risk. Figure 1: Your HVAC blower motor in your c …
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HOW TO DETERMINE IF YOU HAVE A HARDTOP OR SEDAN BODY STYLE

Posted by David Alkire on Oct 19th 2020

HOW TO DETERMINE IF YOU HAVE A HARDTOP OR SEDAN BODY STYLE Picture this; its late at night and your about to order an interior for your classic muscle car online and the parts are shown to fit either a Hardtop or Sedan Body style. Are you positive which one you have? It’s a frequently asked question and depending on the parts your ordering for your muscle car project, it …
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How To: Install a 1983-87 Chevrolet C/K 10 Truck & 1985-88 Suburban & Blazer Grille Emblem Figure 1: First Place Auto Parts 1987 C10 shop truck The grille emblem on the First Place Auto Parts 1987 C10 shop truck was faded, cracked and needed replacement. Follow along as we show you how to remove your old grill emblem and replace it with a new Trim Parts emblem (part …
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How to: Install 1973-1987 Chevrolet square body truck cab trim

Posted by David Alkire on Jul 31st 2020

How to video that shows the step by step installation of the cab moulding kit for 1973-87 Chevrolet C10, C20 AND C30 trucks. Video produced by First Place Auto Parts with restoration parts manufactured by Trim Parts …
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How To: Bench Bleeding A Master Cylinder

Posted by David Alkire on Jun 19th 2020

How To: Bench Bleeding A Master Cylinder for you're American Muscle Car or Truck Figure 1: 1921 Duesenberg Model A shown The first car ever fitted with hydraulic brakes was the Model A Duesenberg back in 1921. The day after that first Duesenberg was built the phrase “bleeding the brakes” became part of the automotive dictionary. Hydraulic Brakes represented a huge leap f …
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