What kind of battery does a 1967 Plymouth Fury take?
This (not the '57 in the photo above) was my first car. The 1967 Plymouth Fury III with the Mopar 318 requires a 800-810 CCA battery.
A car battery
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5w30 or 10w30
Group 34, approx 500 to 600 cold cranking amps.
nobody that I know.
The Plymouth Fury were produced in 3 forms. The Fury I was the stripped version with cloth seats and usually no A/C. The Fury II was the next trim level up. The Fury III was t…he top of the line model that could be ordered with all the options. The basic car was the same just differing trim levels.
Under the hood.
the kind of oil this van takes is a conventional 10w30
The location of a starter on a Plymouth Fury will depend on theyear. Most older Plymouth Furys have the starter located just underthe driver's side of the motor where the tran…smission is bolted tothe motor. The starter must engage the flywheel and the flywheel islocated in the large bell shape of the transmission.
the fusible link on that vehicle is the porcelain ballast resistor on the firewall
it is either 3 aaa or 3 aa
they came with 225 slant six,318, 383, and 440.
it is under the dash in the middle behind the radio.
\n. Most likely at a classic car parts yard or maybe at a swap meet
5w30 or 10w30 5w30 or 10w30
Plymouth Gran Fury was created in 1975.
Mopar ATF+3 or Mopar ATF+4