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    Alternator out put.

    You can get an electronic one from MP, probably elsewhere too. But I bet you already knew this.
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    WIPER MOTORS

    I tried a variable switch in the 72, no go. Luckily I dug up a spare from one of my previous 74 Challengers and it worked fine.
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    Still looking for brake lights and turn signals... HELP!

    I'm not sure on A bodies, but B and E bodies with 4spds did have linkage to the column in 1970 as you had to put the car in reverse to get the key out. I would start isolating some wires, check the harness(all of them) to see if they have rubbed through somewhere, been piched, aftermarket...
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    Still looking for brake lights and turn signals... HELP!

    Have you checked your fuses with a test light? Checked power at the headlamp switch from the fused park light circuit?
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    Heat Range Experts: What plug to use?

    I know the heat range was 10 for most of theMopar muscle cars that were over 10:1 compression. RN11YC were used in the mitsu 3.0L engine that had 150-160 psi cylinder pressure so I would think they would probably work well for your application.
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    Still looking for brake lights and turn signals... HELP!

    Power comes from the fuse to the brake switch, when the brakes are applied power flows through the switch to the turn signal switch and is re-directed to the rear bulbs. Your hazards work? Checked power from your turn signal fuse? Make sure you load the circuit with a lamp to make sure you...
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    Heat Range Experts: What plug to use?

    See if you can find some RN11YC's but do not use a bosch platinum, these are junk in a Mopar. I have removed too many sets for customer that came in with misfires.
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    Electronic ignition conversion help.

    Check the wiring to the starter relay and from the relay to the neutral safety switch on the auto trans.
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