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03-07-2019, 02:54 AM
Awesome, thanks Nick!
Yeah, it would have been nice, but it's not 100% surprising they couldn't access the drawing. Come to think about it, a lot of it is probably vendor designed, so FORD might not even have that...
Well, it was worth a try, but the guy at FRPP wasn't able to pull up the bellhousing drawing by itself. It came up as 'not available' for him.
Sounds like your CCRM is either disconnected or faulty. And a 20a fuse is way too low for those fans. IIRC it's a 50a or 60a mega fuse. On a 96 the AC and fan control functions are all ECU outputs,...
No kidding. That would be a great resource if they could give that info out. I'll give them a shout later today/tomorrow. Thanks Ed.
So, I have a T45 with a hydraulic slave, but the mount I created 10yrs ago has it pushing the fork sideways...long story short, I want to redo the slave cylinder mount.
I drew up a mount sketch,...
11-03-2017, 01:22 PM
11-03-2017, 10:08 AM
Hi Ed! It's been a long time.
From what I was reading in a few places, people said that Ford kept really good tolerances on the housings when they machined them, and it was at least true in my...
11-01-2017, 11:31 PM
In case anyone's looking for it, I DID find my own answer, TD Machine has it on the instructions for their measuring tool set:
11-01-2017, 11:04 PM
Drat! What a Noob move! Can an admin please move this to an appropriate place?? Sorry!
11-01-2017, 05:38 PM
Does anyone know where to find dimension "A" for an 8.8 in the picture below? Or, "G"?
I 'built' a rear end at the junkyard the other day by...
11-28-2015, 12:59 AM
Cool. I wonder if very high flow pumps would heat up the water appreciably. I'd guess it's probably not an issue here, but if you're trying to flow WAY TOO MUCH WATER maybe it would be?
You don't need the switch itself, but the 'Halo'.
Here are your parts (at least this is what I needed for a '96 Mustang):
PATS Module (don't think this one needs to be...
I'll give them a shout on Monday, and let you know what I find.
FYI, I just moved from Prunedale, I'm up in Washington now. Thanks for the invite though, I'll keep it in mind next time I'm...
Hi Ed, I was under the impression that Opcon had closed it's doors on the Autorotor division years ago. I think I read that on the KB website, as KB was hands down their largest customer, when KB...
So, I just picked up an older Autorotor OA3150/1.4 that I'm planning on putting on my 1993 Mark VIII engine (engine's in my '78 280z). I'm a little confused on the lubrication of this unit, so...
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