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    Does anyone know what the correct cross reference is for the driver side water pump hose?
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    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.
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    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.
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    Steve, here is the gates number I have for use with Hervey's Alternators:

    7490

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    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...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.
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    Door plunger switches appear to be from a Spitfire:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/SPITFIRE-DOO...item562d114112
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    More door plunger switch references, courtesy of Farrar:




    http://www.sherco-auto.com/switches.htm
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    No good. Those only have one connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EDD View Post
    No good. Those only have one connector.
    The stock/OEM switches only have one connector built onto the switch body as well.



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



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

    http://www.delorean.eu/catalog/produ...a851da39791b66
    Last edited by NightFlyer; 08-29-2013 at 11:39 PM.
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    They are missing a connector too...

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