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    @ GM guy. That's interesting about the...

    @ GM guy. That's interesting about the transmission fluid. I've asked should I change my transmission fluid in the past. Some mechanics suggested I didn't. Saying it could "go into shock"
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    Power Steering Fluid?

    My steering started feeling a bit loose recently. It seems fine after the engine has run over an hour. The front end has been completely overhauled. I am planing to change the steering fluid. I...
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    Thanks again guys.

    Thanks again guys.
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    It's been very difficult working on the system...

    It's been very difficult working on the system because my wipers do not park. I'll spare you the long story... Check out my overhaul! I realized this is completely unnecessary after learning that...
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    I'm referring to underneath the spindle part,...

    I'm referring to underneath the spindle part, with the 3 bolts. I guess I'll see if I can get those apart. We'll see how well JB weld holds up to moving parts. Hopefully better than plastic. ...
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    It's difficult to put into words. I'm not sure...

    It's difficult to put into words. I'm not sure I'm understanding. The top piece where the linkage connects is solid. The wiper arm connects firmly to splined, top, part. The plastic nut is the...
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    The New and improved wiper problem.

    Hey everybody! It's nice seeing the POTM. I've been thinking about you.

    It seems that the socket that holds the wiper arm is worn. The 'driver side' wiper arm doesn't stop when it reaches the...
  8. I've practically replaced replaced everything...

    I've practically replaced replaced everything except the switch and two transistors in the control modal. I've come to believe that the problem is the switch like gadget73 mentioned. I've had an 86...
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    Thanks again. You guys are a life saver! Holy...

    Thanks again. You guys are a life saver!

    Holy Crap! The repair manual is calling for the following specifications in Ft-lbs:

    Pitman arm-to-sector shaft: 200 to 225
    Pitman arm-to-steering...
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    Steering box question?

    I'm replacing my Pitman arm. Would it be wise to rotate the steering box 180 or 90 degrees before putting the new pitman arm on? Or should I just place it in the same orientation the old one was? ...
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    F****** NAILED IT! Thermostat! :) All is...

    F****** NAILED IT!

    Thermostat! :) All is well!

    Staring at the engine the left side drains. I must have had extra silicone on the right side.
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    Power window switch.

    I'm not able to controls the windows using anything other than the master switch in the driver door. I replaced the master switch a year ago. I recall them working fine before the replacement. I...
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    After a couple 4 hour drives I'm noticing some...

    After a couple 4 hour drives I'm noticing some antifreeze pooling on the right side of the timing cover. I don't know if it leaking out the front or the back of the timing cover. I guess It could...
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    Turns out it was just the bypass hose. All that...

    Turns out it was just the bypass hose. All that worrying for nothing. Oil looks clean as a whistle. no visible leaks after replacement. I greatly appreciate the in depth explanations. That coper...
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    I have a question about the gaskets. I have used...

    I have a question about the gaskets. I have used Permatex silicone gasket maker with the paper gaskets. I have used the water pump version around the water holes and the high temperature everywhere...
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    You're right. The time it would take to clean it...

    You're right. The time it would take to clean it is not worth salvaging it. Thanks.
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    48137 Rockauto wants about $100 for one. I'll...

    48137 Rockauto wants about $100 for one. I'll see what they can do at the local auto parts store. I'm not thinking a repair will be pretty.
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    Timeing chain cover!

    I managed to crack my timing chain cover while taking it off. I was trying to wedge behind one of the top screw holes that bolt to the engine block. The right, driver side, bolt to be exact.
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    Thanks for the replies! This appears to fall in...

    Thanks for the replies! This appears to fall in the category of art instead of engnearing. Great read!
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    Break Rotor Hub Reinstallation Torque.

    How tight are you supposed to tighten the large thin nut holding the wheel bearings in the rotor? I've been searching everywhere. Can't find it in my 'good for nothing' Haynes manual. I have a...
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    Thanks Everyone. You assume correctly His Royal...

    Thanks Everyone. You assume correctly His Royal Ghostliness.

    The upper ball joint came right off with just a sharp chile and hammer. Got new bolts and doing the other side today. It's...
  22. I prefer the boxes. 1987 in particular. Last...

    I prefer the boxes. 1987 in particular. Last year the bumpers wrap around the body. I also prefer the horizontal speedometer. Is that a difference between the Vic and the Marquis or year? I'm...
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    I'm flying by the seat of my pants here. At...

    I'm flying by the seat of my pants here. At first I incorrectly set the torque wrench and striped two of the 1/4" bolts. I was confused. It goes from 120 to 240 inch pounds with ten marks on the...
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    I realize I should not have messed with the...

    I realize I should not have messed with the shocks. I fell for the propaganda that they should be changed every 50,000. I figured it would be easy to change with the springs removed.
  25. Well even after spending $30 or more on the...

    Well even after spending $30 or more on the removal kit, I ended up grinding 16 ridges and hammering the 16-point socket on. His Royal Ghostliness gets points for that. It turns out the new nuts...
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