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74proii;163030 Wrote:Better a buzzer than a starter kill. My 74 had a seat pressure switch combined with a switch assembly under the hood that prevented the car from starting unless the seat belt was used.

I have never heard that one before
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caspianwendell;163033 Wrote:I have never heard that one before

Government regulation that lasted all of 6 months. Affected most early/mid 1974 production vehicles.

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I have heard od the starter kill tied with the seatbelt before, I think it was a Chrysler car.

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cudak888;163067 Wrote:
caspianwendell;163033 Wrote:I have never heard that one before

Government regulation that lasted all of 6 months. Affected most early/mid 1974 production vehicles.

-Kurt

Government forcing their will on the people. I think it's just stupid to MAKE people wear a seatbelt in a car, but you can ride a motorcycle in shorts, no shirt, shoes, and no helmet...what the hell is wrong with that? of coarse that's just Arkansas law, I know other states require a helmet. And to add to the insult, there is no motor vehicle inspection...you would not believe the junk sputtering down the roads here with busted windshields, lights out, and parts dragging the highways.
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yep legally disconnected. Was a starting problem when first bought the car. Three shops couldn't find the problem. I had to use the key and jumper button. I found the problem pretty easily myself. Dad had a hard time living that down.Smile
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caspianwendell;163092 Wrote:And to add to the insult, there is no motor vehicle inspection.

Stop complaining and bolt on those headers Tongue

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