Sent. Thank you.
Can you send me a picture! I have a PA28-140 with an O-360-A4M. I would like to see how they connect to the center post and sides. or text a pic to 513-252-1041.
I already have one wire that's grounded from the dome light that goes to one of the overhead screws to ground. I think you're right though, I think it the ground for the compass light. At least I'm hoping. I'm going out to the hanger tomorrow to check it out.
On my 1978 Warrior there is a connector to ground that goes over one of the screws that attaches the overhead console to the airframe.
Selling a nice set of original 180 sun visors. The pilot side is complete with entire O-360 fuel/power chart and take off and landing checklist printed on it. The charts are perfect with nothing missing. The visors and original green and in Good condition. Looking for $175.00 plus $15.00 shipping to the lower 48 only. Thanks for taking a look.
Now I am in the same boat and need a 14V Diverter Valve. Any suggestions??
It's hangared west of Madison, Wis. at Lone Rock (Tri-County Regional/KLNR).
Asking price is $20,000 or best offer.
I'll email you directly with the flyer that has the contact numbers.
My overhead was taken apart and the wiring wasn't marked. I can't find a wiring diagram for the two lights( Dome and Red Instrument light). The Red instrument light has a canon plug and the dome has a 12 vdc wire connected to the on/off switch. But, for some reason I have a 12vdc wire with an eyelit connector that is variable thru the instrument dimmer switch. Can't figure out where it goes. The variable red light works fine and the dome light is on or off. Any suggestions welcomed. Also, no wire numbers on this wire.
I want to buy a straight tail Lance. Price negotiable based on condition and equipment.
Anybody have one for sale?
Location? Asking price?
Did you get the faceplate solution that worked?? Of course if you hand flew your Seneca once in a while the autopilot selector faceplate wouldn't be worn out.
Extremely clean & well maintained 1940 Luscombe 8A
Total time: 2435; TSMOH 1161. Nov, 2016 annual.
New Slick mags and Scott tailwheel.
Removable tablet mount.
Many extras, including electric pre-heater, winter kit, removable oversized brake pedals, cowl plugs, wheel chocks, cowl blanket cover, plus lots of other extras.
Radio, intercom, & mini fire extinguisher included.
Optional deluxe tow bar. External antenna.
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I rebuilt the parking brake and 3 of the pedal brake cylinders and now I am having a difficult time bleeding the right brake... The left pedal brake works on both sides but the right pedal still goes to the floor. Second part of this is when I pump the hand brake, the the right pedal on the passenger side moves as well. Just the passenger side moves, the pilot side does not. I am out of Ideas . any one had this problem or know of a solution
Hello. I am in need of the same part now, and I'm wondering what your solution was. Thanks for any info.
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