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stevedmc
07-02-2013, 08:00 PM
Here is the fancy smancy cross reference parts list I use and update. If anyone wants to look at my list for references please feel free to do so. I plan to keep the list updated as I replace parts on my car.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AuGGjDnScTC7dGl5NURiNzJaTDQ0dGhMemxCWWNrV 3c&usp=drive_web#gid=1

dvonk
07-03-2013, 07:24 AM
the link isnt working

stevedmc
07-03-2013, 09:15 AM
It should be working now. Please let me know.

dvonk
07-03-2013, 09:28 AM
Boom! works now. you rock steve.

Chris 16409
07-10-2013, 04:37 AM
Just for reference, I've found a source for clutch master cylinders on RockAuto. If you search for an AMC eagle, then you can find a clutch master without an integrated reservoir. I've included the link. It's even a Bendix Part! I got an owner to try it out, and it works fine.

http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/x,carcode,1003161,parttype,1996

stevedmc
07-10-2013, 07:04 AM
Thanks. I'll get the list updated today.

Farrar
07-14-2013, 10:38 AM
Blower motor resistor and connector cross-reference: 1979 GMC Caballero.

175
176
174

stevedmc
07-14-2013, 10:51 AM
Blower motor resistor and connector cross-reference: 1979 GMC Caballero.

175
176
174

Great find. I'll update the spreadsheet. Here is a question which I can't remember the answer to. Do blower motors come with the resistor already installed or do you need to purchase it separately?

dvonk
07-15-2013, 07:53 AM
Farrar FTW.

Farrar
07-15-2013, 05:10 PM
Do blower motors come with the resistor already installed or do you need to purchase it separately?

No, the resistor is a separate item and installed on its own.

stevedmc
07-16-2013, 09:10 PM
Does anyone know what the correct cross reference is for the driver side water pump hose?

stevedmc
07-21-2013, 08:54 AM
I've updated the parts list with perfect cross reference information for inner and outer door seals. For about $80 you can do both doors.

stevedmc
07-23-2013, 07:27 PM
I have a suspicion Gates 20827 might be a cross reference for an upper water pump hose. I haven't verified that this works though.

Chris 16409
07-23-2013, 11:40 PM
Steve, here is the gates number I have for use with Hervey's Alternators:

7490

stevedmc
08-22-2013, 09:31 AM
I need to make a small amendment to the Saturn alternator cross reference. You need a CS130 pigtail to make the wiring work.

Painles 30707 is what I used last time.

http://www.amazon.com/Painless-30707/dp/B00062Z52A/ref=sr_1_1?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1377181928&sr=1-1&keywords=30707

It costs a little over $20 for the part from Amazon. I originally didn't need this pigtail because I was replacing one of John Hervey's alternators which is based on the same CS130 alternator.

Hervey only uses one wire from the plug. The white wire is connected to the brown/yellow wire that connected to the old alternator. The red wire is clipped and doesn't need to be used, although some owners have actually connected this to the positive post on the alternator. I choose to run mine without the red wire.

Patrick C
08-28-2013, 03:52 PM
Door plunger switches appear to be from a Spitfire:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/SPITFIRE-DOOR-LAMP-COURTESY-SWITCHES-PAIR-O-E-NEW-/370123292946?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item562d114112

NightFlyer
08-28-2013, 07:58 PM
More door plunger switch references, courtesy of Farrar:

http://www.sherco-auto.com/images/mETRA/FMPS.gif
http://www.sherco-auto.com/images/mETRA/FMPSR.jpg

http://www.sherco-auto.com/switches.htm

EDD
08-29-2013, 11:18 PM
No good. Those only have one connector.

NightFlyer
08-29-2013, 11:35 PM
No good. Those only have one connector.

The stock/OEM switches only have one connector built onto the switch body as well.

http://store.delorean.com/images/Product/large/108244.jpg

The other spade terminal connector merely attaches to the switch plate mounting screw. Remember, the door switches are merely ground break switches.

http://store.delorean.com/images/Category/large/3-6-2.gif

In fact, Ed Uding sells the Sherco style switches via his DeLorean Europe website:

http://www.delorean.eu/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=19_26_65&products_id=65049&osCsid=7635eec7d19c8bf7a8a851da39791b66

EDD
08-29-2013, 11:51 PM
They are missing a connector too...

NightFlyer
08-30-2013, 12:02 AM
They are missing a connector too...

The other spade connector terminal is a separate part - #9 in the parts manual diagram I posted above.

I'm unaware of any plunger style ground break switch that combines the two terminals within the switch housing. If you're aware of one, please post the reference.

EDD
08-30-2013, 12:32 AM
lol They all sell half a switch then.
Ed Uding's will work. The connectors will colliden with the others - plugs will not go on connectors. Not worth OEM price difference.

Chris 16409
10-05-2013, 09:55 AM
Steve, FYI. Our slave cylinder crosses over to a 1981 Renault Master Van. You can find it at RockAuto. It's more than what the Vendors charge, but the one I bought from DMC has developed a premature leak. I will report back when it gets installed. By the way it ships from England.

http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/x,carcode,948862,parttype,2044

The good fellows over at the Eurotec forum found the cross reference.

Greasy DeLorean Mechanic
02-09-2014, 05:32 PM
Oh my: type Gates 21910 into Jegs' website and look what pops up:

1276

(I am in the process of replacing #5939's water pump. Only takes a couple of minutes to pop the manifold off, but removing all the hoses and other crap still takes just as long...).

Bill Robertson
#5939

micmak
06-06-2014, 06:56 PM
Here is the fancy smancy cross reference parts list I use and update. If anyone wants to look at my list for references please feel free to do so. I plan to keep the list updated as I replace parts on my car.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AuGGjDnScTC7dGl5NURiNzJaTDQ0dGhMemxCWWNrV 3c&usp=drive_web#gid=1

Steve, this is a great list. I dunno how or why I never saw it before now. I guess I just never bothered to open this thread. But now, I will keep a link to it nearby and handy. Thanks for putting it together.
.....Mike.....

Andrew
07-07-2014, 04:02 PM
Here's another part for the cross reference list:

Front Brake Hoses:

Centric 15061400; Raybestos BH 38542; (FRONT DMC Hoses Cross to the REAR Brake Hose from a 1977 Mercury Capri)

The front hoses from a 77 Capri have the same fittings but they are about an inch and a half shorter than stock. The rear Capri Hose is about 0.25 inches shorter than stock. I installed the Centric's on my DeLorean before DCS14 and made the round trip without any problems. I purchased them from RockAuto for $8.78 ea plus shipping.

Hope this helps!

Andrew
4194
5052 (On 7/9/2014!)

stevedmc
08-24-2014, 10:56 AM
Yesterday one of Drew's wheel studs got pretty messed up and had to be replaced.

A quick Google search for a cross reference part came up with information on another forum that really wasn't all that helpful.

http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?6172-Wheel-stud-specifications

We didn't have time to special order a part. It needed to be replaced the same day.

A quick visit to Autozone proved that other forum wrong.

Dorman Part # 610-266.1

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/parts/Dorman-Wheel-Stud/_/N-6o25b?itemIdentifier=2920_0_0_

Boo
12-29-2014, 09:36 PM
Anyone have anything for radiator fan motors? Maybe something more efficient. The electric drain is immense when they kick on.

stevedmc
12-29-2014, 10:24 PM
Anyone have anything for radiator fan motors? Maybe something more efficient. The electric drain is immense when they kick on.

Farrar was experimenting with some generic fans a while back but I don't think he ever installed them.

Most people say the fans from Toby Peterson are the mac daddy fans. Last I talked to Heninger, he was supposed to be coming out with his version of the Toby fans but for a much better price. Heninger makes great stuff, period. I would look into his if you want a top notch product that draws less amps.

It isn't currently listed on his site but I would give him a call or email him about it.

http://deloreanupgradeparts.com/


This reminds me, I really need to cough up the money and buy a set of his door torsion units. I don't need them now, but eventually I will need to replace my roof cage. It sure would be nice to have his torsion units on hand for when I do the job.

Boo
12-30-2014, 10:22 AM
What's the link to Toby's fans?

stevedmc
12-30-2014, 05:39 PM
What's the link to Toby's fans?

I've got no clue what DMCH is selling fans for but Toby has em for $200. Looks like a good price to me.

http://www.delorean-parts.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=DPNW&Product_Code=K4001DP-A&Category_Code=9475

Greasy DeLorean Mechanic
12-30-2014, 06:15 PM
Toby obviously doesn't make the fans themselves, but he does make the adapter ring that allows them to be mounted in a stock fan shroud. That's what's unique about his fans -- they're the closest ready made option for stock installation. All other options utilize different shrouds.

Bill Robertson
#5939

Bitsyncmaster
12-30-2014, 08:16 PM
Toby obviously doesn't make the fans themselves, but he does make the adapter ring that allows them to be mounted in a stock fan shroud. That's what's unique about his fans -- they're the closest ready made option for stock installation. All other options utilize different shrouds.

Bill Robertson
#5939

+1
John's shroud is smaller so it leaves a little of the radiator not used. It also is very thin so that may also reduce the air flow. Some other vendors shrouds are square boxes so not sure how that affects the air flow (probably not much).

Farrar
03-04-2015, 12:08 AM
Volvo part number for exhaust manifold gasket is 1218373:
4295

Three needed per side.

Boglin
04-24-2015, 03:27 PM
http://images.tapatalk-cdn.com/15/04/24/96ba5953c36f22ee32ad1a7fd7f19567.jpg

EDIT: This is for a 194 wedge-style bulb, not the stock bulb. But it does fit the side marker housings.

Boglin
04-25-2015, 04:27 PM
Anyone have a cross reference for the front turn signal sockets? Usually takes a 1157 bulb.

EDIT: Checked local auto parts stores. Nothing fit the lens housing correctly.

Chris 16409
05-06-2015, 05:09 PM
Volvo part number for exhaust manifold gasket is 1218373:

Where did you buy these Farrar?

Farrar
05-06-2015, 05:22 PM
Where did you buy these Farrar?

Amazon.com third-party retailers.

Boglin
06-01-2015, 02:08 PM
Interior drop glass seal 106063

I used WEAWW310 from topsdown.com. Trim to fit and rivet to 108319/108318. Works nicely.

http://www.topsdown.com/Window-sweep-material-3-foot-pieces--p1155.html

Greasy DeLorean Mechanic
06-01-2015, 03:09 PM
Anyone have a cross reference for the front turn signal sockets? Usually takes a 1157 bulb.

EDIT: Checked local auto parts stores. Nothing fit the lens housing correctly.

NAPA/Echlin LS6253. Comes with an extra tab that you cut off with an Xacto or utility knife.

Bill Robertson
#5939

NightFlyer
07-02-2015, 11:04 PM
Manual Trans Cars - Reverse Light Switch - AutoZone - Part Number: SW8053

DMCH and affiliates offer NOS OEM for the same price. Difference is that AutoZone part has their infamous limited lifetime warranty.

http://www.autozone.com/electrical-and-lighting/back-up-light-switch/duralast-back-up-light-switch/860511_0_0/

http://contentinfo.autozone.com/znetcs/product-info/en/US/wl2/SW8053/image/4/

Bitsyncmaster
07-03-2015, 03:56 AM
You can update your list from not tested to tested (last week) of the Autozone low pressure cutout switch for the AC. It looks, and works just like original.

Only difference I found was the adjustment screw is a normal flat blade screwdriver type on the new part and the old one was the reverse (rectangle bump on it).

stevedmc
07-03-2015, 04:02 PM
I've been using that switch for about 6 months myself. I guess I better update the list. Lol.

FABombjoy
08-13-2015, 10:23 AM
K-Jet warm up regulator delay valve:

Common name: Spark Delay Valve, color code Black/White
Universal designation: DSV2
Xref: Delco 12323793

Boglin
10-19-2015, 03:21 PM
Lower door trim-->stainless door
black adhesive foam tape

http://www.mcmaster.com/#93725k52/=zfswlo

Greasy DeLorean Mechanic
02-04-2016, 09:45 AM
http://www.deloreanindustries.com/cv-joint/

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Meyle-Brand-Rear-CV-Joint-for-Porsche-911-Turbo-Only-930-/151031275186?fits=Make%3APorsche|Model%3A930&hash=item232a2a5eb2:g:dm0AAOSwAL9Ueh4d&vxp=mtr

Any further comment from me would be redundant (except that I scored a set of 4 for $120 with shipping -- they're all over eBay, along with axles, boots, flanges, clamps, etc).

Bill Robertson
#5939

Andrew
02-04-2016, 12:37 PM
http://www.deloreanindustries.com/cv-joint/

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Meyle-Brand-Rear-CV-Joint-for-Porsche-911-Turbo-Only-930-/151031275186?fits=Make%3APorsche|Model%3A930&hash=item232a2a5eb2:g:dm0AAOSwAL9Ueh4d&vxp=mtr

Any further comment from me would be redundant (except that I scored a set of 4 for $120 with shipping -- they're all over eBay, along with axles, boots, flanges, clamps, etc).

Bill Robertson
#5939

Great find Bill!

stevedmc
02-04-2016, 12:37 PM
Josh found it first. Lol

4359
02-12-2016, 09:59 AM
~30$ clutch throwout bearing that I put in last night:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000CLK6MY

Boglin
02-12-2016, 10:12 AM
~30$ clutch throwout bearing that I put in last night:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000CLK6MY

Did you really pull the tranny only to change the throwout bearing?

4359
02-12-2016, 10:18 AM
Yeah, it started buzzing when I pressed the clutch so I swapped it. Why do you ask?

Boglin
02-12-2016, 10:22 AM
Yeah, it started buzzing when I pressed the clutch so I swapped it. Why do you ask?

It's just a lot of work to not change the clutch and everything else at the same time. Did the throwout bearing fail after a short period of time?

4359
02-12-2016, 10:31 AM
We may just agree to disagree on the amount of work involved. For me, it is a 90 minute job to remove and reinstall a transmission in one of these. The most irritating part for me last night was having to lower and raise the car again because I forgot to disconnect the battery. The transmission jack doesn't even have to come down all that far to clear the bearing over the input shaft.

I have no idea when this particular throwout bearing found its way onto my car but I know it lasted at least ten years since this is the first time I have replaced it.


I imagine if you're paying someone you'd want to buy the whole kit. Amazon says this one fits but I don't know personally:

http://www.amazon.com/Valeo-52352501-Replacement-Clutch-Kit/dp/B001QDJJIY

Boglin
02-12-2016, 10:43 AM
We may just agree to disagree on the amount of work involved. For me, it is a 90 minute job to remove and reinstall a transmission in one of these. The most irritating part for me last night was having to lower and raise the car again because I forgot to disconnect the battery. The transmission jack doesn't even have to come down all that far to clear the bearing over the input shaft.

I have no idea when this particular throwout bearing found its way onto my car but I know it lasted at least ten years since this is the first time I have replaced it.


I imagine if you're paying someone you'd want to buy the whole kit. Amazon says this one fits but I don't know personally:

http://www.amazon.com/Valeo-52352501-Replacement-Clutch-Kit/dp/B001QDJJIY


90 minutes?

Remove & replace axle shafts (2)
Remove & replace starter
Remove & replace transmission mounts (4)
Remove & replace transmission crossgate adjustment cable
Remove & replace transmission bolts (4)
Remove & replace flywheel inspection plates (3)
Remove & replace manual trans assembly.

The DMC vendors bill almost 9 hours for this work. Not calling you a liar, but you must be awfully quick with the ratchet.

Boo
02-12-2016, 10:45 AM
Maybe he uses air tools? They're fast!

4359
02-12-2016, 10:59 AM
I have no doubt that they would.

My task list is a bit different than yours though.

(Assuming the battery is disconnected)
8 bolts per axle flange with a 17mm wrench, secure up and away with a bungee cord
Place a #2 pencil under the starter
Remove 4 bellhousing bolts and 2 starter bolts
Remove clip for shifter cable, then take the forward nut completely loose
Remove 13mm bolt securing the little bracket attached to that cable
Unbolt the two 13 mm bolts holding that shifter rod elbow thing
Remove that endlink looking thing from shifter rod
Roll transmission jack under lift and raise it
Remove two 17mm bolts and one 13 mm for the mounts on each side
Push up on far end of transmission and then use a prybar to pop it free of the dowel pins
Tilt transmission to allow shifter cable to slip free of that bracket thing on the back

At this point the transmission is completely free to tilt and roll back enough to come down enough for the throwout bearing. Reinstallation doesn't even require the fuss of stabbing the clutch disc because I didn't mess with it and the transmission doesn't come down enough to require any slave cylinder shenanigans.

I should also point out that I have an eagle premier starter on my car. It is a bit bigger than the DMC one I replaced with it.


Also, I have air tools but I don't use them because they are too loud. These days, if I'm wrenching I'm doing it to relax.

Boo
02-12-2016, 11:05 AM
What's with the pencil under the starter? Does it have to be #2? Is there and a scantron form involved ? ;)
I thought the eagle premier starter was smaller than the oem Delorean starter.

Boglin
02-12-2016, 11:08 AM
I have no doubt that they would.

My task list is a bit different than yours though.

(Assuming the battery is disconnected)
8 bolts per axle flange with a 17mm wrench, secure up and away with a bungee cord
Place a #2 pencil under the starter
Remove 4 bellhousing bolts and 2 starter bolts
Remove clip for shifter cable, then take the forward nut completely loose
Remove 13mm bolt securing the little bracket attached to that cable
Unbolt the two 13 mm bolts holding that shifter rod elbow thing
Remove that endlink looking thing from shifter rod
Roll transmission jack under lift and raise it
Remove two 17mm bolts and one 13 mm for the mounts on each side
Push up on far end of transmission and then use a prybar to pop it free of the dowel pins
Tilt transmission to allow shifter cable to slip free of that bracket thing on the back

At this point the transmission is completely free to tilt and roll back enough to come down enough for the throwout bearing. Reinstallation doesn't even require the fuss of stabbing the clutch disc because I didn't mess with it and the transmission doesn't come down enough to require any slave cylinder shenanigans.

I should also point out that I have an eagle premier starter on my car. It is a bit bigger than the DMC one I replaced with it.


Also, I have air tools but I don't use them because they are too loud. These days, if I'm wrenching I'm doing it to relax.

I'll buy that explanation for swapping the throwout bearing as you described, but I wouldn't call that R&R'ing the transmission if the input shaft isn't removed from the clutch.

I think you also mean that the Eagle Premier starter is *smaller* than the DMC one you replaced.

4359
02-12-2016, 11:09 AM
It could be, I may very well have remembered that backwards. I know there is a size difference though and that matters because the pencil keeps the starter from dropping down so it is easier to put the bolts back in.

I'm about the laziest person I know, so if there is a way to avoid extra work I will exploit it.

4359
02-12-2016, 11:11 AM
The input shaft is removed from the clutch. The clutch isn't messed with while the transmission is out though, so stabbing it during reinstall is a nonevent.

The transmission has to come back almost 4 inches to tilt and lower enough (~6-8 inches) for the throwout bearing to come out.

Greasy DeLorean Mechanic
02-12-2016, 11:32 AM
Helpful hint Re: shift cable bracket: it's held to the transmission with a two part bracket that has a bolt on top you can't see. Working with that bolt blind is a PITA. Widen the gaps in the upper bracket part enough to slip the shift cable out while the bracket is still bolted to the transmission is much easier. You only have to remove about 1/16" of material (there are gaps in the bracket already -- they just aren't wide enough for the cable to slip through). Because the two gaps oppose each other there's no chance of the shift cable ever coming out unless the lower bracket is removed.

Bill Robertson
#5939

4359
02-12-2016, 11:38 AM
Helpful hint Re: shift cable bracket: it's held to the transmission with a two part bracket that has a bolt on top you can't see. Working with that bolt blind is a PITA. Widen the gaps in the upper bracket part enough to slip the shift cable out while the bracket is still bolted to the transmission is much easier. You only have to remove about 1/16" of material (there are gaps in the bracket already -- they just aren't wide enough for the cable to slip through). Because the two gaps oppose each other there's no chance of the shift cable ever coming out unless the lower bracket is removed.

Bill Robertson
#5939



Good point, I had actually done that ages ago the first time I took this transmission out to replace the rear main seal. Without the adjustment Bill outlined above, the cable will not slip through the gap on the upper bracket and I don't believe it is flexible enough to come all the way out from the end.

Greasy DeLorean Mechanic
02-12-2016, 11:41 AM
Correction: two bolts on the upper bracket:

7241

Widening the gaps allows you to take the lower bracket off then slide the cable out, leaving the upper bracket attached to the transmission.

Bill Robertson
#5939

Boglin
02-12-2016, 11:54 AM
Correction: two bolts on the upper bracket:

7241

Widening the gaps allows you to take the lower bracket off then slide the cable out, leaving the upper bracket attached to the transmission.

Bill Robertson
#5939

When that cable flies out like a bullwhip and decapitates a pedestrian during a panic stop you're going to kill someone.

:trainwreck:

4359
02-12-2016, 12:01 PM
Maybe these last few pages should be pulled to a separate How-To thread on pulling the transmission?

I had not considered that others might think this particular task was significant as I honestly thought everybody removed the transmission this way. It would be a simple task to remove the two bolts for the slave cylinder and completely remove the transaxle from the car for a rebuild or something after the aforementioned steps I wrote. That might be handy knowledge for someone if they are inclined to pay for 9 hours of labor because the work seemed daunting.

4359
02-12-2016, 12:02 PM
When that cable flies out like a bullwhip and decapitates a pedestrian during a panic stop you're going to kill someone.

:trainwreck:

I'm not following that, is it an inside joke or something? Even if there were no bracket assembly at all, the cable I'm referring to couldn't possibly come out of the frame and cause anyone a problem.

Boo
02-12-2016, 12:05 PM
When that cable flies out like a bullwhip and decapitates a pedestrian during a panic stop you're going to kill someone.

:trainwreck:

Is that before or after the ship sinks?

Boglin
02-12-2016, 12:16 PM
I'm not following that, is it an inside joke or something? Even if there were no bracket assembly at all, the cable I'm referring to couldn't possibly come out of the frame and cause anyone a problem.


The joke is that every modification Bill does to his car will kill someone. It's been running 5 years strong now. :cool:

Rich_NYS
02-19-2016, 05:48 PM
SP10402 Plastic Clip 2.30 ea. (NOS)

Crossover: AutoMec Brake Pipe Clip, 3/16" brake line, 6mm chassis hole.

I got mine from carbuildersolutions.com (http://www.carbuildersolutions.com/uk/push-in-brake-pipe-clips) $2.91 + $5.93 shipping for a pack of 10.

I haven't tried it in the frame hole yet, but test-fitted it on the brake line. The side-by-side looks good:

73037304

Boglin
02-19-2016, 06:19 PM
Great find!!

Rich_NYS
02-19-2016, 08:05 PM
Great find!!

Thanks Matt....I finally contributed!

Greasy DeLorean Mechanic
02-29-2016, 12:01 PM
Upper radiator hose xRef's to Gates 1215/21215 (sticker reads 21215 but I ordered it as 1215):

7394

Bill Robertson
#5939

Rich_NYS
03-10-2016, 10:40 PM
Upper radiator hose xRef's to Gates 1215/21215 (sticker reads 21215 but I ordered it as 1215):

7394

Bill Robertson
#5939

Which part# does it cross-reference to?

NightFlyer
03-11-2016, 01:51 AM
Which part# does it cross-reference to?

Part Number:108675
HOSE-WATER PUMP LH

Boo
03-13-2016, 10:24 PM
Anyone know where to get these for the door headliner panels?
Other than Houston of course, and cheaper hopefully.

Fir tree round connector.

And please correct me if this is not the correct part that I need for the doorheadliner panel.

http://store.delorean.com/p-9897-fir-tree-round-hole.aspx

Dracula
03-13-2016, 10:36 PM
Autozone. I use a little glue on the generic ones you can buy in bulk.

Bitsyncmaster
03-14-2016, 06:03 AM
My car has always had the BOSCH 0-438-100-076 fuel distributor. This is an adjustable FD that has never had any problems running on my stock PRV. I seem to remember this unit cost less than the OEM FD also.

Boglin
05-22-2016, 09:19 PM
Thanks Matt....I finally contributed!

Rich, do you happen to have any extras? :) I need two.

Rich_NYS
05-22-2016, 11:16 PM
Rich, do you happen to have any extras? :) I need two.

Yessir I do. Would you please send me your address? I'm not immediately sure where I have it.

Coincidence: today was the first day I used them, re-assembly has begun yo!

stevedmc
06-15-2016, 04:53 PM
Yo. Does anyone remember the cross reference for the clutch slave cylinder? Someone on facebook posted it a few years back and I forgot to document it. I think it came off of a Ford van from the 80's but I'm not 100 percent sure.

Ron
06-20-2016, 12:05 AM
Yo. Does anyone remember the cross reference for the clutch slave cylinder? Someone on facebook posted it a few years back and I forgot to document it. I think it came off of a Ford van from the 80's but I'm not 100 percent sure.

IIRC, a Locost uses the same unit.
Anyway, the clutch related crossovers I have are:

Clutch- Master Cylinder:
Girling: 74660518
1981 and later AMC Spirit 4 cylinder (151 inch). Transfer your old pedal linkage and reservoir hose barb.

Clutch- Slave Cylinder:
Bendix: FC-313211

Clutch- Pressure Plate:
Velo: 266749

Clutch- Throwout Bearing:
SKF: 4040 The SKF site lists it for Renault fuego early 80’s


Note: I have not tried any of these myself.

Boglin
07-15-2016, 03:03 PM
Steve,

I ordered 1120A432 from McMaster. This is not what the vendors are selling. This seal *barely* can hold onto the edge of the door, and only has a single retaining finger, where the vendors' weatherstripping has two retaining fingers.

stevedmc
07-15-2016, 03:21 PM
Maybe they changed it a bit, but it's the same thing as what Hervey sells.

Sorry it's different. I'll check and see what's on my car and will let you know.

Rich_NYS
07-15-2016, 04:26 PM
I mentioned something similar when I had 10372; I didn't like the way it fit on the edge, there was a gap. I think I still have the unused seals as well as a few pics.

stevedmc
07-15-2016, 04:31 PM
I guess they changed something because it's fine on my car.

I'll put a note in the comments field with what you guys are experiencing.

http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20160715/a0d3f806403de0d6249fccf4a222a8de.jpg

http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20160715/779fe8358e97b8b71fb24cc5b738098e.jpg

http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20160715/dc4b327c3475b16e4af0f0fb9b71f462.jpg

StanMan PushN 88
07-15-2016, 09:51 PM
Can someone attach the latest "PROVEN" list of cross - referenced parts and pieces that we can get replacement parts for our DeLoreans? List of part #'s for stuff we can get at Autozone, O'Reilleys, ROCK AUTO, etc.??
I saw one at beginning from like 2013, but is there a newer one out now?

thanks, hope to see some of you at DMC Convention in Springfield next week!!

StanPushN88

stevedmc
07-15-2016, 09:52 PM
My list has notes documenting whether or not I have used the part myself.

stevedmc
07-15-2016, 11:48 PM
I've updated the list.

I added Bill's upper radiator hoses, Josh's transmission light switch, verified AC low pressure switch, K-jet warm up regulator delay valve, exhaust gasket, front turn signal socket, and clutch slave cylinder. I'm going to bed now.

stevedmc
07-15-2016, 11:48 PM
And I made a note about the door seal being crappy.

StanMan PushN 88
07-16-2016, 06:44 AM
Thanks for updating the list, I see now that it is a " living " document I guess, even though the original document was 2013, the link itself is what gets updated? As a new owner, I'm still learning (only had mine 11 months now)....appreciate any other great resources you can share! :)

stevedmc
07-16-2016, 07:29 AM
No worries man. It's been a while since I last updated it, but I'll do my best to keep it up to date.

Shep
07-16-2016, 08:18 AM
Steve, can you add a "Last Updated" date on there somewhere? If it's already there, I'm not seeing it. Would help to give a general idea of how up-to-date the list as a whole is.

Andrew
09-30-2016, 11:04 AM
Blower Motor: Four Seasons 35582. Confirmed fit on 5052. Spins in the correct direction, thus no wire reversal is necessary.

The price is around $30.00 from various sources.

Fitment: 1980 Chevy Monza 3.8-V6 with AC, with vent tube.

Rich_NYS
11-20-2016, 09:49 AM
Any feedback on using the M57-1234 Water Pump?

Rich_NYS
12-07-2016, 05:33 PM
I'm looking for a cross for protect edge, 108669.

DMC has it, but it's NOS.

Patrick C
12-07-2016, 05:43 PM
I'm looking for a cross for protect edge, 108669.

DMC has it, but it's NOS.

This is what I use: https://www.amazon.com/Boka-Edge-Molding-Protector-Protects/dp/B01DMXWH5M/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1481150613&sr=8-2-spons&keywords=door+molding+protector&psc=1

Boglin
12-07-2016, 06:02 PM
"Story goes that at the factory they used to say the DeLorean was a British car with a body by Wilkinson Sword. If you've ever run a towel or rag along the inner wheel well to dry it off and this protector was missing, you're lucky if you didn't end up with a nasty cut."

Who's the comedy writer at DMCH?

Rich_NYS
12-07-2016, 06:57 PM
This looks close:

https://www.amazon.com/Edge-Trim-Black-Small-Length/dp/B00KG9BAY0/ref=pd_sim_328_4?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=15T4RANWTA8AMJMDAN9V

Andrew
12-07-2016, 07:09 PM
Any feedback on using the M57-1234 Water Pump?
I recently installed that exact pump on 4194. It seems like a good quality product. I've already put over 300 miles on it with no trouble whatsoever.

However make sure not to break any of the bolts when removing the rear cover on the old pump. I broke two on my old one...drilling them out was a royal PITA.

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burch
12-07-2016, 11:35 PM
I'm looking for a cross for protect edge, 108669.

DMC has it, but it's NOS.

I picked up some of this stuff from McMaster-Carr, and it's worked pretty well, especially for under a buck per foot.
https://www.mcmaster.com/#8507k14/=15dggrl

dtavres
12-08-2016, 07:23 PM
Thanks again Mark!

After meeting you in Costa Mesa, I ordered the hood seal, and added a post to DeLorean Directory - www.deloreandirectory.com/articles/mcmaster-carr-seals

Although... I haven't put it on yet :\ But I will :) AND, I'm going to add this to the post.

Dave


I picked up some of this stuff from McMaster-Carr, and it's worked pretty well, especially for under a buck per foot.
https://www.mcmaster.com/#8507k14/=15dggrl

Shep
12-08-2016, 09:30 PM
[...] DeLorean Directory - www.deloreandirectory.com/articles/mcmaster-carr-seals [...]I've never come across that site before, but I like it. Well organized, links to a lot of sites I've never seen before. Good job! :thumbup:

Rich_NYS
12-14-2016, 09:38 AM
What are the sizes of the bolt & spacer for the Saturn alternator?

Boglin
12-14-2016, 10:23 AM
What are the sizes of the bolt & spacer for the Saturn alternator?

You really don't want to use a spacer for the Saturn alternator. The alternator bolt size is 8MM x 5 inches, and but the hole in the stock bracket is 10MM. It's a sloppy fit, and if the spacer isn't exactly right, the belt will chirp.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/291317429187?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
I can give you a deal if you purchase directly and because you're handsome and a prior customer. PM for more info.

Matt

Rich_NYS
12-14-2016, 02:46 PM
You really don't want to use a spacer for the Saturn alternator. The alternator bolt size is 8MM x 5 inches, and but the hole in the stock bracket is 10MM. It's a sloppy fit, and if the spacer isn't exactly right, the belt will chirp.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/291317429187?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
I can give you a deal if you purchase directly and because you're handsome and a prior customer. PM for more info.

Matt

:thumbup:

stevedmc
12-14-2016, 09:20 PM
You really don't want to use a spacer for the Saturn alternator. The alternator bolt size is 8MM x 5 inches, and but the hole in the stock bracket is 10MM. It's a sloppy fit, and if the spacer isn't exactly right, the belt will chirp.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/291317429187?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
I can give you a deal if you purchase directly and because you're handsome and a prior customer. PM for more info.

Matt

What he said. I've got one of his brackets and it be blinging.

You can do spacers if you must though. Either use a hand full of washers, putting on in at a time until you have a near perfect fit, or purchase a metal sleeve that fits over your bolt, and grind it down until its a near perfect fit.

Spacers work, but they are a pain to install. Matt took care of that for us with his fancy smancy bracket.

Rich_NYS
01-13-2017, 07:14 PM
I'm looking for a cross-reference for the upper water pump hose (DMC#102153)

FABombjoy
08-03-2017, 10:25 AM
Gates 21910 is not a practical replacement for the passenger side coolant hose. Diameter is too large. Fits the water pump but not the hard lines.

9164

stevedmc
08-03-2017, 10:56 AM
Gates 21910 is not a practical replacement for the passenger side coolant hose. Diameter is too large. Fits the water pump but not the hard lines.

9164
I thought that was the part I was using. Will check when I get home and remove from the parts list if number doesn't match what on my car. Thanks for the heads up.

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FABombjoy
08-03-2017, 11:30 AM
The shape is close but seems you'd have to really cinch the clamp down hard to get it to seal. The ID is about .5" too large. Seems more like a field service repair than permanent solution.

The Gates 2125 for the drivers side is a better fit although the ID at the thermostat housing is a bit small and takes some real effort to get it seated.

Duplicate Account
08-03-2017, 12:00 PM
Just ordered an A/C and Alt belt off this list today from RockAuto. It damn well better be correct! :chainsaw:

stevedmc
08-03-2017, 12:23 PM
Hope so. Otherwise you guys are going to totally lynch me.

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RamblinDMC
08-03-2017, 12:46 PM
This idle speed motor cross references to the stock one.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Idle-AIR-Control-Valve-For-Dodge-Eagle-Volvo-Peugeot-Porsche-RENAULT-0280140501-/281769868308?hash=item419acafc14:g:OSMAAOSwLqFV9s4 S&vxp=mtr

It's physically smaller, so it won't fit in the original bracket.

I've been using one for the past 6 months or so.

stevedmc
08-04-2017, 11:05 AM
Gates 21910 is not a practical replacement for the passenger side coolant hose. Diameter is too large. Fits the water pump but not the hard lines.

9164

I checked my car and I do not see any part numbers on either of my hoses. According to the spreadsheet, this part # came from Bill and I have not personally tested it. I think it would be good to leave this part number on this list as it could help someone if they are stuck several hundred miles from home and need an emergency replacement, just to get home.

I have updated the special comments with the information below:

This was discovered by Bill Robertson. I have not verified it myself. FABombjoy (DMCToday member) tested this part on 8-3-17 and says it is not a good fit. I would only suggest using this part if you are in a bind and need something to get by until you can obtain a vendor replacement. These are FABombjoy's notes: Gates 21910 is not a practical replacement for the passenger side coolant hose. Diameter is too large. Fits the water pump but not the hard lines.

stevedmc
08-04-2017, 11:06 AM
On second though, that hose is pretty large. Would it even be able to seal good enough to get home if you put a couple of hose clamps on it?

stevedmc
08-04-2017, 11:14 AM
Just ordered an A/C and Alt belt off this list today from RockAuto. It damn well better be correct! :chainsaw:

AC belt on the list is fine for stock configuration. If it doesn't work let me know and I'll buy it back from you.

In my situation, I removed the upper AC tensioner pulley so the belt won't be so close to the water pump hose. This means, I use a different size belt on my car. I am using Duralast 17530 for the AC. I have updated the list to show both part numbers and have updated the special comments as well.

FABombjoy
08-04-2017, 11:25 AM
On second though, that hose is pretty large. Would it even be able to seal good enough to get home if you put a couple of hose clamps on it?
Maybe if you clamped right on the tubing bead, or if you left a section of hold hose on the metal tubing as an adapter.

I figured if it was on the list then someone must have gotten it to work, so I didn't want to just say "nope, not possible"

stevedmc
08-04-2017, 11:28 AM
Maybe if you clamped right on the tubing bead, or if you left a section of hold hose on the metal tubing as an adapter.

I figured if it was on the list then someone must have gotten it to work, so I didn't want to just say "nope, not possible"

According to my notes, Bill said it worked at some point in time. I never verified it though. Now that I'm not a young punk in my 20's anymore, its becoming more and more attractive to just give money to the vendors, however I still like the idea of buying parts locally if I have to.

I'm driving to Patrick's thing in Michigan next month. Its nice having a list of parts just in case something happens on the road.

stevedmc
08-04-2017, 02:56 PM
And another item to add to the list.

Side marker lamp socket: Cole Hersee 2506-BX
http://www.partdeal.com/cole-hersee-miniature-base-lamp-socket-2506.html

I installed one on my car the other day and it is a perfect fit. Uses 1895 bulbs.

Rich_NYS
08-04-2017, 07:36 PM
And another item to add to the list.

Side marker lamp socket: Cole Hersee 2506-BX
http://www.partdeal.com/cole-hersee-miniature-base-lamp-socket-2506.html

I installed one on my car the other day and it is a perfect fit. Uses 1895 bulbs.


Nice find.

FABombjoy
08-25-2017, 10:39 PM
Water pump front port plug: Dorman 65256 (M14 x 1.25)

Comes with a fiber sealing washer which I swapped out for an aluminum washer.

I tried a 1/4" NPT pipe plug but it leaked and never really tightened up against the metric threads. I'm sure with enough teflon it would seal, but the Dorman part was available from Advance for less than $4