<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by RickD:
69 RS. How about posting pictures and a detailed material list and whatever info needed for the rest of us to do the same? I have a 69 RS and just rebuilt the headlight doors. Unfortunately, the guy I bought it from threw away all the vacuum canisters, tubing, etc to 'clean up the engine compartment'.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Ill be glad to help anyone but first please understand that i do very well to turn this computer on so i have to rely on my brother for help to get the pictures posted so here goes with what i can tell you. first you need two headlight motors from a chrysler lebaron such as 1987-1989 prefer the later for they have a better motor.A lebaron carries one motor per car so i found two in the bone yard.They carry a square piece of shimstock through a square hole in the motorthat actuates both doors on the chrysler,one is enough for the job,remove your stock bellcrank and saw it off so that it is almoast flush with the hole in the inner fender (all of this is much easier if the front fender extension is removed) next take a drill bit index and see which hole the square shimstock fits closest to, next center punch and drill a hole that size in the bellcrank where you cut it off close to 1/4 inch deep .the only critical thing in all of this is make sure the hole you drill needs to be centered as close as possible. Next press the square shimstock into the hole you drilled (a piece of the stock 4 inches will be more than enough) next drill a small hole through the bellcrank and through the shim so as to insert an aluminm roll pin or as i did a soft screw to act as a shear pin. after this install the bell crank back on the car,with the square stock protuding through the inner fender hole next make sure that the door opens and closes without binding (very important) next from underneath the car take the motor and slide it over the rod through the motor you have three mounting holes on the motor mark and drill these out , i placed mine so that the manual knob on the motor can be reached by reaching just in front of the tire . but never used mine.after drilling the three holes you can mount the motor you will have to use a couple washers to make it mount flat aginst the botton of the inner fender.
after this comes the electrical but it is simple just time consuming it is a lot of trouble but well worth it when you see the look on peoples face when you drive into a cruise in and shut off your lights!!! got to go now if you want the low down on how to complete this or have questions on this so far let me know i will check back later thanks for being interested good luck jp