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    Should be these ...

    Should be these

    https://www.clipsandfasteners.com/Windshield-Rear-Window-Reveal-Moulding-Clips-For-p/cpf65-1120.htm

    I think those are pretty standard clips
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    There is actually a lighting schedule in the 80s...

    There is actually a lighting schedule in the 80s owners manuals at least.
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    I just measured mine at 1.300, so 33mm is...

    I just measured mine at 1.300, so 33mm is probably it. 1 5/16" would be 1.3125, which is close enough.
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    breaking a tap off is way worse than breaking a...

    breaking a tap off is way worse than breaking a bolt.

    I think you might be able to remove the plate those screw into from inside the B pillar. I know Towncars have a removable plate in the A...
  5. sometimes the best tool is your wallet.

    sometimes the best tool is your wallet.
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    sounds like alignment problems. The door should...

    sounds like alignment problems. The door should be flush front and back, and the gap should also be even. If the hinge is bent, worn, or misadjusted it won't work right. Also quite honestly some...
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    probably someone refilled it with the...

    probably someone refilled it with the yellow/orange stuff. i think thats what the diesels from that era got.

    when all else fails, refer to the owner's manual. I heard 3 different things about...
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    So far as I can tell, the "Electronic" and...

    So far as I can tell, the "Electronic" and "Premium Sound" radios from that period are the same other than what it says on the front. The service manual seems to agree on this too, every version of...
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    5 months isn't a problem. If it pings, top it up...

    5 months isn't a problem. If it pings, top it up with some premium and just run it out.
  10. also have given up on steel lines. The nicopp...

    also have given up on steel lines. The nicopp lines are the way to go.

    part of making decent flares is a good tool. Shitty ones don't hold the line properly and it ends up slipping through the...
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    think you're right on the front seat. The...

    think you're right on the front seat. The pleating looks a bit different.

    Trunk might be tweaked or one of the torsion bars unhooked. That will make it sit funny like that. Probably not a big...
  12. Best fix for stuck bleeders is a new wheel...

    Best fix for stuck bleeders is a new wheel cylinder. If the bleeder is stuck the cylinder probably isn't worth a damn anyway. The most expensive wheel cylinder on Rockauto is less than $7. Most of...
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    whack the floor back down with a hammer and a...

    whack the floor back down with a hammer and a chunk of 2x4. If the metal isn't ripped it should bend back down close enough to where it belongs that the hump in the floor will go away. Not a big...
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    the pop rivets used on my Mark VII were too long...

    the pop rivets used on my Mark VII were too long and it was fetching up on the door itself. Short enough ones should be OK and ought to be a lot less annoying than using the staples. I've done...
  15. yep, prob plastic gear failure. Possibly also...

    yep, prob plastic gear failure. Possibly also sticky lube on the odometer unit as well. my Mark VII had that issue, the gear was OK but the motor and the mechanism it drives were both stuck so it...
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    I usually dump the old filters out into a can...

    I usually dump the old filters out into a can just to see what sort of crap comes out.
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    usually that isn't the issue. Its when they...

    usually that isn't the issue. Its when they self-disconnect without warning that you have to worry. GM made them from plastic and they were prone to exploding.
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    So thats the Y pipe, and I'm seeing the two down...

    So thats the Y pipe, and I'm seeing the two down from the manifold and one out to the cat? Thats ugly.
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    I've probably replaced more tensioners than any...

    I've probably replaced more tensioners than any single item on a car except possibly spark plugs. Never had one completely fail and throw a belt but I dislike chirpy belt noises. I think they use...
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    single biggest reason for not liking 4 cyl...

    single biggest reason for not liking 4 cyl engines is the highway noise they all seem to make. Shame there aren't more I6 engines.
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    easiest way is to just remove the headlights. ...

    easiest way is to just remove the headlights. Pull the outer bezel then the 4 screws holding the trim ring to the bucket. The lamp will fall out and the wiring will be in your hands at that point. ...
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    frame side would be easy, no idea what the axle...

    frame side would be easy, no idea what the axle side looks like. Guessing brackets could be made to get the job done but would need to study the fitment and spacing back there.
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    Its just a bolt. Take the tensioner with you to...

    Its just a bolt. Take the tensioner with you to the hardware store and find one that matches the thread. If you can't find a flange head bolt, get a regular hex head bolt and put a flat washer...
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    its usually the actuator getting stiff. The...

    its usually the actuator getting stiff. The rubber boot fails and it gets water inside. If its not seized you can probably pull it and get enough lube in there to save it. Maybe. I'd probably go...
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    NJ does not have that option so far as I know. ...

    NJ does not have that option so far as I know. You run the plate you are assigned. I can pay extra for a custom plate, or its just whatever the next number on the stack is.
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