We have yet to decide if the heater will be retained in the restored car. Living in southern Florida makes the heater unnecessary, so we may just carefully store the blower and heater box with matrix away for safe keeping to be used at a later date. So, we removed the heater blower and documented the heater blower wiring.
The heater air-flow control cable is disconnected and the dash heater control switch is described in the accompanying video.
Since the SU fuel pump has been relocated to the rear of the car, the “under bonnet” fuel pump bracket is removed.
We won’t be needing the brake lights so the pressure switch wiring is documented and disconnected.
The wiper motor mounts are loosened to allow a slight shifting of the motor to make it a bit easier to install the new “Sebring-type” pedal box and finally, the washer bottle with its bracket are removed.
The Episode Thirty-one video shows the actions related to the items above:
The following steps are addressed in the video:
0:24 – Heater Blower removal
1:00 – Heater Blower wiring
1:35 – Fuel Pump bracket removal
1:48 – Wiring harness to the front of the car
2:14 – Heater control switch and air flow control cable removal
3:15 – Brake pressure switch and wiring
3:55 – Wiper motor mounts
4:15 – Washer bottle and bracket removal