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Fuses for 63 Laurentian


There is the 61 shop manual on there too, you might ask both sellers if they have any of the other items before buying anything and see if they will combine shipping?

www.ebay.ca/itm/384200377101

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KEN McGee is an excellent source for the literature that you will want along with other media relating to your car.

 

One thought... buy the CD manual and save on shipping the other essentials from Ken McGee.

You will need the Ken McGee items that you find.

Cliff

The CD will be a quick reference item



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oshawacliff wrote:

KEN McGee is an excellent source for the literature that you will want along with other media relating to your car.

 

One thought... buy the CD manual and save on shipping the other essentials from Ken McGee.

You will need the Ken McGee items that you find.

Cliff

The CD will be a quick reference item


 Cliff, I did not see a 1963 Canadian Pontiac CD on that link, all I saw for Pontiac was American Pontiac.

 

Where is Ken McGee? One of those book listings was Cambridge and one was Goderich, I suspect he was one of those sellers?



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1963- Pontiac top selling car in Canada

Mahone Bay, NS Still not old enough to need an automatic

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DonSSDD wrote:
oshawacliff wrote:

KEN McGee is an excellent source for the literature that you will want along with other media relating to your car.

 

One thought... buy the CD manual and save on shipping the other essentials from Ken McGee.

You will need the Ken McGee items that you find.

Cliff

The CD will be a quick reference item


 Cliff, I did not see a 1963 Canadian Pontiac CD on that link, all I saw for Pontiac was American Pontiac.

 

Where is Ken McGee? One of those book listings was Cambridge and one was Goderich, I suspect he was one of those sellers?

Ken McGee is in Gogerich, ON; great guy who knows his stuff


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The CD manual was on Rock Auto web site as well as Dave Graham site



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i'm in contact with Ken Mcgee about the 
1961 shop manual. and, perhaps, a 1963 shop manual supplement (new repro)
and a owner's manual from another seller is on the way to me






-- Edited by Laurent63 on Wednesday 25th of August 2021 05:03:45 PM

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Laurent63 wrote:

i'm in contact with Ken Mcgee about the 
1961 shop manual. and, perhaps, a 1963 shop manual supplement (new repro)
and a owner's manual from another seller is on the way to me






-- Edited by Laurent63 on Wednesday 25th of August 2021 05:03:45 PM


 Didnt know a 63 shop manual supplement was being reproduced. 



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DonSSDD wrote:
Laurent63 wrote:

i'm in contact with Ken Mcgee about the 
1961 shop manual. and, perhaps, a 1963 shop manual supplement (new repro)
and a owner's manual from another seller is on the way to me






-- Edited by Laurent63 on Wednesday 25th of August 2021 05:03:45 PM


 Didnt know a 63 shop manual supplement was being reproduced. 


https://www.ebay.ca/itm/384200377101?hash=item597420830d:g:q8AAAOSw3yJf4lFd

This is a new reproduction Canadian service manual for 1961 Pontiac "series 7000" passenger cars.

These include Strato-Chief, Laurentian, and Parsienne models.

This manual also serves as the foundation for supplemental manuals (sold separately) that provide coverage for following years up to 1964.

 
 


-- Edited by Greaser on Wednesday 25th of August 2021 06:56:13 PM

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I located the spare 1963 Parisienne stock wire harness and fuse box I have- its identical to yours Greaser. Im impressed at that reproduction 1961 Pontiac shop manual, Ken must be doing that himself. I what else CP he is reproducing.



-- Edited by DonSSDD on Tuesday 31st of August 2021 03:21:05 PM

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At the weekend I finally had a short time to take care of the fuses.

I bought "6.3 x 32mm 32V, fast blow" for all slots.

I haven't cleaned the fuse box yet, but I have inserted the new fuses. For the moment, I'm using a 2Amp fuse for radio. Both sides of the fuse have power, but unfortunately the radio still does not work. As a next step I will remove the radio when I have the time.

In return, our Laurentian now has light in the dashboard for the first time since we bought it. This is very useful when it's dark outside

The instrument fuse was blown.

 

Everything else works as usual.



-- Edited by Laurent63 on Tuesday 31st of August 2021 05:39:47 PM

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Laurent63 wrote:

 Both sides of the fuse have power, but unfortunately the radio still does not work. As a next step I will remove the radio when I have the time.

 

 


 I assume you have the original AM radio. Do you actually have any AM (middle range) radio stations?

When I got my car, my radio didn't work because there were no AM radio stations where I was trying to get it to work.

When I got closer to Calgary the radio began working because there were stations there.

-G



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None here either, never bothered finding out if mine works.

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1963- Pontiac top selling car in Canada

Mahone Bay, NS Still not old enough to need an automatic



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Greaser wrote:
Laurent63 wrote:

 Both sides of the fuse have power, but unfortunately the radio still does not work. As a next step I will remove the radio when I have the time.

 

 


 I assume you have the original AM radio. Do you actually have any AM (middle range) radio stations?

When I got my car, my radio didn't work because there were no AM radio stations where I was trying to get it to work.

When I got closer to Calgary the radio began working because there were stations there.

-G


 No AM stations to be had here. My radio is a dash hole filler.



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