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it will be pretty much hit and miss to get the right bely
you can get an estimate of the belt length by measuring the distance between where the existing belt contacts the power steering and crank pulley
make a note of that length (A)
now using a tape measure measure from the contact point on the crank pulley around the ac pulley to the contact point on the power steering pulley
make a note of that length (B)
now take A from B and reduce the original belt length by that amount
example -- if the original belt is 1485 mm long and the difference is 145 mm then you would be looking at a new belt length of 1340 mm
well that is the general idea
personally replacing the ac compressor is a far better idea , even if you do not re-gas the system or replacing the ac pulley bearing --cheaper still
Most universal remotes don't have all the functions of the original remote controls.You may be out of luck unless you can find an original remote. There are web sites that sell original remotes. Just Google TV parts stores.
If you measured the worn belt, it might have stretched by 5-8% from the original length. Thus the new belt could be too large. I can't find a reference to the original Technics SG2500L belt. However one site, http://www.turntablebelts.com/panatech.htm , suggests that the appropriate belt may be the FBM 23.6" (60 cm). This is the generic belt for a range of Technics turntables. If they list a turntable model, then they know a different belt is needed.
The best way to measure the belt length is to wrap a string or wire around the belt path on the turntable. Follow that path exactly. Mark the point where you overlap the string or wire. (In case you keep your fingers on the end of the string, mark both the start and end points by drawing your line across both sections of the overlapping string.) Remove the string or wire and lay it flat. Measure the length from one mark to the other. That's your true belt length.
The only true way to get the proper length cables is to go ahead and change the bars. Then, use stiff wire to "mock up" the cables. Once you do this, measure the wire to get the length you need. Then , go to this website and see what you need. If you need custom cables, you can order them here. http://www.barnettclutches.com/products/custom_measuring_guide.aspx
Unfortunately, there are no codes available for that particular brand of TV. Don't bother with a universal remote because you'll have the same problem. The manufacturer of that TV didn't communicate with any universal or cable remote manufacturer which is why it can only be controlled by the original remote or a replacement from the manufacturer of the TV.
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as long as the steering lock no longer works you can leave the original switch where it is and mount your new switch in a convenient place. unplug the cables from under the steering column and extend them to your new switch. you should only have 4 cables there to go on your new switch. the battery cable is the one that is live all the time, a thick cable, the ignition is the one that makes the ignition lights come on when the key is turned, a thick cable, the accessory cable is the one that becomes live when turned to 1st position on key, a thinner cable, the starter cable is the one that goes to the starter motor when key turned to start a thick cable. hope this helps