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    Update on my current brake problem. I took...

    Update on my current brake problem.

    I took the front and rear brake lines coming from the bottom of the master cylinder out and insert two plugs. This was to determine if my master cylinder was...
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    No Brakes & run outta ideas

    Car is a 1976 280z with automatic transmission. I am the original owner. Been having brake issues off and on for about 2 years now. I will not go into all the details, but started out with wheel...
  3. Thread: Need a part

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    Need a part

    73417I have a 1976 280z, automatic. I need the piece that connects the master vac to the brake pedal. I believe a 1973 - 1978 may work. Anyone have one laying around they might want to sell?
  4. Vapor Lock, Heat Soak, VooDoo, whatever you wanna...

    Vapor Lock, Heat Soak, VooDoo, whatever you wanna call it ...
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    I have read a lot about "heat soak" and "vapor lock" for quite a while now. I was always...
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    Brake Booster Push Rod Adjustment

    I haven’t seen anything like this in the forums and it maybe another way that everyone is doing this. Anyway, thought I would add my way.

    I recently installed a Brake Booster on my 1976 280Z. When...
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    Under Hood Inspect. Light Lens Cover

    Thought I would share this. I was looking for a lens cover to replace the one that disintegrated on my under hood inspection light. Could not find just the lens, but could find the whole light...
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    Sticky: I'd like to add something here. I see where a lot...

    I'd like to add something here. I see where a lot of people are asking about fuel injectors. Which ones to use, new or remanufactured, and so forth. The following information maybe known, but here it...
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    Would like to add my experience with replacing...

    Would like to add my experience with replacing the OEM bushings in the mustache bar. Mike was kind enough to loan me his bushing tool and it worked great. I acheived the flare that I wanted with the...
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    Differential Carrier

    The following is from the 1975 Factory Service Manual, under Propeller Shaft & Differential Carrier, page PD-3, under Description …

    “The differential gear carrier assembly has a hypoid type drive...
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    Mustache Bar Bushings (rubber)

    1976 280z Automatic

    About 18 months ago, I replaced all the rubber suspension bushings with urethane bushings underneath my car. This included the mustache bar bushings. Since that time I have had...
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    Brake Problems

    I have a 1976 280z w/ automatic transmission. I am the original owner. Recently my brakes got very hard. I could hardly stop the car. I drove home, parked the car over night. The next day I started...
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    These moldings WERE NOT factory installed. I...

    These moldings WERE NOT factory installed. I bought my 1976 280Z new and there were no moldings on the car. Later on, after a few "dings" I had some installed by a body shop.
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