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    ah, I was thinking the ones on the cross-pin. I...

    ah, I was thinking the ones on the cross-pin. I know the ones on the axle side are different for the clutches.
  2. The pump prime cycle is purely time-based. It...

    The pump prime cycle is purely time-based. It has nothing to do with how fast it ramps up pressure. The ECM has no way of knowing that anyway. It turns on for however many seconds the ECM commands...
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    are the spiders on the open carriers the same? ...

    are the spiders on the open carriers the same? Not sure axle spline count has anything to do with it, unless you mean the side gears where the axle actually comes into the carrier.
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    the rags usually fail from oil exposure, and the...

    the rags usually fail from oil exposure, and the only thing that should make a huge mess right in that area is something in the power steering system leaking.
  5. If you have right angle retaining ring pliers,...

    If you have right angle retaining ring pliers, those will often stand in for one.
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    Its two piece but there isn't much need to take...

    Its two piece but there isn't much need to take it apart if it will actually slide. Mine was rusted fast and had to be heated considerably to move in order to get the box out and back in. Shoot some...
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    Everyone is entitled to their incorrect opinions....

    Everyone is entitled to their incorrect opinions.

    dunno, I just have never been a fan of most cars from about 1972 onward. Once they got those big idiotic bumpers and then re-designed the cars to...
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    Nice AC compressor bracket :) Sounds good. ...

    Nice AC compressor bracket :)

    Sounds good. Shame the trans went TU that quick. What cam is in there? Not nearly as lumpy as the one on my Towncar. I like it.
  9. sure its not just the pump relay itself sticking?...

    sure its not just the pump relay itself sticking? I've had relays die by staying on before, though that shouldn't affect it being able to start.
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    long offset box wrench seems to work well,...

    long offset box wrench seems to work well, ideally a 6 point one so it won't round off the bleeder.
  11. Awesome, love an easy fix.

    Awesome, love an easy fix.
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    never cared for the IV all that much. The lines...

    never cared for the IV all that much. The lines are too soft and proportionally it just looks wrong to me. Cars got horrible in the 70s, it was all too big and bloated. They lost the clean lines...
  13. If its not the pump relay, pull the ECM connector...

    If its not the pump relay, pull the ECM connector and check for water. The one time this happened to me was right after a nasty rain storm. FP stayed on, engine wouldn't start or it might sputter...
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    Howdy. ^^ this, even if the choke...

    Howdy.

    ^^ this, even if the choke electrically works they can get gummy. If the wire is unplugged, the alternator changed to something else without re-connecting the feed to the choke, or if the...
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    The frame-mounted combo valve went away by about...

    The frame-mounted combo valve went away by about 1990. Seems hit or miss in 89.
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    yeah I don't think anyone makes the 1.5" anymore,...

    yeah I don't think anyone makes the 1.5" anymore, even though they are better on the stock engine. The 1 5/8" really aren't any better than the stock headers on a stock engine.
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    The air lines and the connectors are normally...

    The air lines and the connectors are normally found up near the top of the spring area. If yours have been cut you'll just have to hunt for it. The air line runs along the frame rail on the...
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    hm, lets see, last time I had to bend a brake...

    hm, lets see, last time I had to bend a brake line for myself was about 2 years ago, so its been 2 years since I made that mistake.
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    Wow, thats a super rare piece.

    Wow, thats a super rare piece.
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    The Mustang part works well. Basically looks...

    The Mustang part works well. Basically looks like a piece of plastic tube with a hole in it. No extra clamps needed, it just sits against the end of the heater core inside the stock hose.
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    The 98-02 brakes require a 16" wheel. Best you...

    The 98-02 brakes require a 16" wheel. Best you can do with 15" are 95-97 brakes. They are somewhat larger than stock.

    Basically
    stock lower arm
    95-02 lower ball joint
    95-02 spindle
    95-97...
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    Given the choice of an FS6 or an FS10, I'll stick...

    Given the choice of an FS6 or an FS10, I'll stick with the FS6. Not any less reliable and no nonsense to adapt it. If I were to adapt something else it would be a Sanden compressor, whatever that 7...
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    The tube is in the lower pipe of the evaporator,...

    The tube is in the lower pipe of the evaporator, just inside the connector. Evap is the part in the dashboard. Unhook the line going there and you'll see it down inside.


    I've debated buying...
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    read slower, but it also swung hot to cold...

    read slower, but it also swung hot to cold somewhat randomly. Up front its rock solid. Not much water circulation there in the back, so I suspect thats the real reason.


    Its not actually an EGR...
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    If the gauge is in the rear, it responds oddly. ...

    If the gauge is in the rear, it responds oddly. Might be better putting the idiot light switch back there. I had mine in the back corner for a while.
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