M10 – Electronic Revcounters

by Chris Barker originally reprinted with permission from THE ALPINE HORN, United Kingdom in 8/85 If things have worked out as Paul Norton and I intended this article should accompany one by him on the intimate details on electronic revcounters. He will tell you all about resistors and thermistors. I am going to show you (more…)

Bulletin 68-13: Fluctuation of Ammeter Needle/Ignition Warning Light

GROUP: ElectricalSUBGROUP: GaugesDATE: 6-27-68 SUBJECT: Fluctuation of Ammeter Needle/Ignition Warning Light In Models Equipped With Negative Ground Alternators MODELS: All Models Equipped With Alternators; Negative Ground Only On cars equipped with Lucas 10AC or 11AC alternators and having NEGATIVE ground systems, some owners may report a condition where the needle fluctuates or the ignition warning (more…)

Bulletin 67-15: Alternator/Fan Belt Adjustment

NUMBER: 67-15 DATE: Jan. 23, 1967 GROUP: Electrical SUBGROUP: Fan Belt MODELS: All Models Equipped With Alternators SUBJECT: Fan Belt Adjustment Whenever it is found necessary to adjust the fan belt on cars equipped with alternators, adjustment of the alternator must be carried out at the forward mounting flange in order to tension the belt. (more…)

Bulletin 67-14: 35-amp Production Test Fuses

NUMBER: 67-14 DATE: Jan. 23, 1967 GROUP: Electrical SUBGROUP: Test Fuses MODELS: All Models SUBJECT: 35 Amp, Production Test Fuses While testing instruments and wiring circuits in Production, a 35 amp. fuse is fitted between the starter solenoid and the main feed wire. On completion of the checks, this fuse is removed at the Factory (more…)

Bulletin 67-2: Alpine V Alternator Support Bracket

NUMBER: 67-2 DATE: Jan 23, 1967 GROUP: Electrical SUBGROUP: Alternator Support Bracket MODELS: Alpine V SUBJECT: Alternator Support Bracket A new support bracket and securing bolts have been introduced in production from chassis number B-395-002437. The new bracket has tapped holes and will provide a more secure hold down for the alternator. It is recommended (more…)

Bulletin 66-1: Lucas & Girling Equipment Warranty Procedure

NUMBER: 66-1DATE: June 31, 1966GROUP: Lucas & Girling EquipmentSUBGROUP: Warranty MODELS: All Sunbeam Models Imported By Chrysler CorporationSUBJECT: Lucas & Girling Equipment Warranty Procedure All Sunbeam models imported by the Simca-Rootes Division of Chrysler Motors Corporation, equipped with Lucas & Girling equipment is guaranteed by them to be free of defects in workmanship or material (more…)