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bandit 73

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Guys, trying to get ready for repairs to my factory Rally gauge pack on my 73 to get them all working. Did some trouble shooting to the tach and found I do have voltage to both the gray, from neg. coil, and blue wires , 12vdc, to the tach. Still not working. So, have ordered the replacement printed circuit board for an upgrade when I pull the gauge pack. Now to the clock, not working. I do believe it does have voltage , but not 100% sure. Are there any kit upgrades for the clock. Would like to have anything available to repair it before I get it pulled, or an aftermarket unit if I cannot fix it. Thanks
 

benguin

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Quartz conversion kits are the way to go for reliability. I did mine 25 years ago. You do lose the "tick tick tick" and the "clink" of the spring rewind mechanism though. I saved my old mechanism in case someone ever wants to put it back in for authenticity.
 

bandit 73

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Thanks y'all. Hoo, the link was still good and I got one ordered. They hit pretty hard on the shipping. I m shipping Holleys out for rebuilds for what the charge for that small , light quartz assemble.....but , time to get er going. Next is to order a new dash pad. Plan is to pull it and fix it all....thanks much.
 

cv70chall

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I did the Quartz conversion on mine. Works great!
 
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