RE: [DML] How hard is it to replace the electrical tray?
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RE: [DML] How hard is it to replace the electrical tray?



Well heck, if it's just a U-Nut, then it should be easy to replace right?
What, 5 minutes?

 

..(my bad, actually Part number 26. J )

 

No, nothing rattling around, except for those 2 Circuit Breakers (because
they wouldn't fit back into the little metal holders), but now one of those
is repaired and back in it's home J.

 

There is the standard Delo smell back there, and lots of mouse 'dander'
around and below the metal tray.  I want to remove it to get under it and
wipe the area clean.  I think I can remove a few mounting bolts and pry it
gently aside to get to the underneath to clean it, but then if I can go a
little further and actually replace it, I will.  Up towards the top it is
actually 'rusted' (pee'd) through the metal.  Just want to get rid of it if
I can.

 

But, there are a few more important items to fix first.  Soft Brakes (I
wrongly used DOT 3), Passenger side window won't go up, Fuel Sending unit
DOA, BAD idle hunt, runs Rich, carpet needs replaced, radio needs replaced,
seats need recovered, headliners, .yada yada yada.

 

All things on the list.  One of then was fix the blower motor, and with your
expert help I can say that is now fixed.  I just took my daughter to her
friends for a sleep over about 20 minutes each way, blower motor stayed on
the whole time!  THANK YOU!

 

Plus I wanted to see this DL change subjects for a while J

 

 

 

From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Stephen Rice
Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2012 8:48 PM
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [DML] How hard is it to replace the electrical tray?

 

  

Part number 21 is a U nut. On a serious note, is there any rattling
coming from the tray? I would just leave it alone if it is holding
everything in there.

This is part 21:
http://store.delorean.com/p-7212-u-nut.aspx

-Steve Rice
#16510

On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 7:44 PM, Doug Menkhaus <dmenkhaus@xxxxxxxx
<mailto:dmenkhaus%40fuse.net> > wrote:
> Whilst yanking around relays and Circuit Breakers, I was reminded that my
> electrical parts tray (the black metal "bottom" that everything mounts
too)
> needs to be replaced. Apparently the mice used that area as a bathroom,
and
> while the wiring survived without issue, the tray did not, it's literally
> rusting apart where the mice pissed.
>
>
>
> It's part number 21 here:
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> http://store.delorean.com/c-285-3-7-4-fuse-boxrelays.aspx
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> It doesn't look that difficult, just somewhat tedious.or am I mistaken and
> will wish I never started.?
>
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> Doogie
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