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    Posted: Mar/09/2011 at 1:13pm
I don't have a TSM, I need to replace one of the heater air flow type knobs. My eyes can only see a pin that holds the knob on the lever. Does the pin push out or is it a set screw thing? it seems too small to be a screw. a search showed 68 - 74 javelin how to's
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They do have a screw set for the knob. My Rebel has those on the wiper switch assembly. 
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Is it a allen head or?
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I think a small regular screwdriver is what you need.
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Vistamc  it's a cold rolled pin that keeps the knobs on the Weathereye.>>
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Huh, wasn't aware the weather-eye setup changed from the 64-65 models. Totally different than my car. Learn something new everyday.

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I am not sure what year Weather Eye in the picture is, but it is the same as my 66 American Wagon. Hope that helps.
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Thanks a pic always helps, probably should start another post 2 more questions for now.
 
Door locks( 2 door HT): I think its the fully down position of the interior door latch lever?
Are they lockable with key from outside? What is the locking sequence?
 
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You push down on the door handles on the inside to lock the doors. The door has to be shut to lock from the inside so you really have to try to lock yours keys in it. They do also lock from the outside as long as the lock isn't broken (there is a small rod that goes from the lock to the latch, those can break with age). I would go ahead and clean and re-lube everything. It keeps parts from breaking and makes things work better.
 
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Originally posted by KermitDRambler KermitDRambler wrote:

You push down on the door handles on the inside to lock the doors. The door has to be shut to lock from the inside so you really have to try to lock yours keys in it. They do also lock from the outside as long as the lock isn't broken (there is a small rod that goes from the lock to the latch, those can break with age). I would go ahead and clean and re-lube everything. It keeps parts from breaking and makes things work better.
 
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I loved that my 440 had no lock buttons, and just found it really cool that you pushed the door handle down to lock.  Aside from using the key, doesn't the door lock if you push the door handle down to engage the lock, then close the door with the button on the outside handle depressed? 


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