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    :lol3: I've used the repair terminals... but...

    :lol3:

    I've used the repair terminals... but now I get newer OEM terminals and adapt to those now
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    Leaks bad. No leaks good. Hurray for no leaks!...

    Leaks bad. No leaks good. Hurray for no leaks! :2up:
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    Yes. They will limit the open travel of the door...

    Yes. They will limit the open travel of the door a few degrees, but that's about it. I used an 88 hinge on the 82 Lincoln Mark VI tudor I had and it used the same hinges as the 79 cars did.
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    Maybe I should call my 03 Expedition BeaterXL...

    Maybe I should call my 03 Expedition BeaterXL since I'm the beater gonna beat guy.
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    3rd and 4th actually bypass the torque converter...

    3rd and 4th actually bypass the torque converter via the inner input shaft IIRC. This is what effectively gives the AOD complete lockup. It does not have a lockup torque converter in the sense of a...
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    Kinda like all those "Texas Edition" trucks.

    Kinda like all those "Texas Edition" trucks.
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    Don't need to be working for a company to have a...

    Don't need to be working for a company to have a fleet of cars. Just look at some of the folks here that have gone through over 30 cars in the past 10 years. (check the what cars have you owned...
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    Yeah... replacing one or two cables... sure. If...

    Yeah... replacing one or two cables... sure. If you have a fleet of shitboxes that need all the cables replaced... might be worth the buy.
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    Yeah... those hydraulic cable crimpers aren't too...

    Yeah... those hydraulic cable crimpers aren't too spendy. Not exactly cheap though.
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    frame at the rear doors gives better clearance...

    frame at the rear doors gives better clearance for maneuvering yourself around the axle though. That was my preferred position when I was changing the fuel pump hanger assembly. If you're able to...
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    There's a lot of space between the gas tank and...

    There's a lot of space between the gas tank and the axle which provides all the room you really need. Just need to get under it to access the tank. Since it sits upright and not flat on the bottom,...
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    jack stands help.

    jack stands help.
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    the shoulder crawl is a good method. Using some...

    the shoulder crawl is a good method. Using some nice "clean" cardboard boxes to lay on may help better than a tarp... or under a tarp to helps smooth out obnoxious ground. Even in my 40s as I am, the...
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    Acceptable was listed as like 8 or 12 hours on...

    Acceptable was listed as like 8 or 12 hours on the 82 I had. After I fixed a few joints and replaces a couple bits of hose, those would stay down a day or 2. Would probably have to replace all the...
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    That's typically all that required. If you pull...

    That's typically all that required. If you pull the connector and the contacts are green... that's probably the issue. Clean them up and put back together. Parts canon should only really be the fuel...
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    Nah... the difference is years. It also doesn't...

    Nah... the difference is years. It also doesn't matter which way you test it with a ohm meter - the sender in the tank that is. When checking the wires going to the assembly, just a visual looking...
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    It's a 4-pin connector either way. Also, keep in...

    It's a 4-pin connector either way. Also, keep in mind the fat vs skinny wires to figure out which ones to test.

    I'm leaning towards bum sender myself. I have a spare one from my old fuel pump...
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    The usual culprit is a crusty connection at the...

    The usual culprit is a crusty connection at the fuel tank connector, which is why I said to check that first. It's also fairly easy to get to (other than the crawling under the car part).
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    Most likely the level sender in the tank. If a...

    Most likely the level sender in the tank. If a multimeter is handy, get under the car and pull the wiring connector off the fuel pump assembly and check the resistance of the level sender. Not sure...
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    OH! That thing. I saw Cleetus use it. ...

    OH! That thing. I saw Cleetus use it.

    http://youtu.be/7a_J2X88fSE
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    Got a link? I'm feeling lazy and don't wanna...

    Got a link? I'm feeling lazy and don't wanna search for it.
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    That CRS is a PITA isn't it.

    That CRS is a PITA isn't it.
  23. Thread: 05 Grand Marq GS

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    My brain is telling me it may mean MAF and Zip...

    My brain is telling me it may mean MAF and Zip Tube.

    Been too long since I've done any of this. Either way... tuning will always make things work better after "upgrades".
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    Yeah, having to pay someone else to make mistakes...

    Yeah, having to pay someone else to make mistakes hurts more. I can agree with that.
  25. Thread: 05 Grand Marq GS

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    With the larger throttle body, intake elbow, MAF,...

    With the larger throttle body, intake elbow, MAF, injectors, exhaust, ...

    With supporting mods, you can get into 280hp territory IIRC. Maybe 300hp. Somewhere around that in torque too. I know my...
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