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80-96-list Digest Tue, 09 May 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 083

In This Issue:
intro/fuel pump question
Reverse Lights
Re: Batteries and Inverters
A couple of questions.
Inferred Milage Sensor


From: "Norm">
Subject: intro/fuel pump question
Date: Tue, 9 May 2000 18:31:54 -0500

Howdy list!

My name is Norm..I belong to a few other lists in the Ford community...And
have been lurking for quite some time now, and I see alot of useful info
circulating through here each day, so I have enjoyed you all so far!

Some of you may know me from another list or two, if so....Quiet..LOL I
greet you all with a smile and a common like of the Ford.

The reason I belong to this list is because of a recent purchase of a
slightly modified 91 Ford Bronco (351W/E40D, etc..)

And lets just say up to this point it has been errrrr....Interesting!

The question that has brought me out of hiding is..... I need to replace the
fuel pump soon......I would like to have an external mounted fuel pump..and
not have any pump in the tank at all! I remember working on a Ford of some
sort a few years back that had a frame rail mounted fuel pump. Anyone
familiar with these?......are they a stand alone pump?......or do they use
these as a pusher or something?

Any help would be appreciated much!

P.S. The pump I seen this on I thought was a very late 80's to mid 90's
bronco or has been awhile! Thank all!



From: BanksRVA
Date: Wed, 10 May 2000 09:01:22 EDT
Subject: Reverse Lights

I am trying to fix my reverse lights on an 82 E350 The switch is located on
the left side of the
transmission. It has 2 wires coming up from it and attaches to a connector
under the hood.
I have power from the connector under the hood but when I plug the two
together still no luck.
Is it the switch itself?
Thanks all,


From: BanksRVA
Date: Wed, 10 May 2000 09:11:15 EDT
Subject: Re: Batteries and Inverters

I am hooking up a power inverter, deep cycle battery, and battery isolator in
my van.
Has anyone done this? Do you know how many amps my alternator needs to put
out for this setup?


From: "Nelson Vasconcelos">
Subject: A couple of questions.
Date: Wed, 10 May 2000 17:45:10 -0400

I have two questions:

1.) I was looking at the air intake on my truck and I noticed where it
came out of the grill it turned to 90. Right at the opening of the intake
it turns towards the driver's side. I was wondering if it would increase the
airflow and the power by cutting the intake at the bend. I think that if the
intake opening was straight (facing forward) the engine would get more air
forced into it as I'm driving. I already have a K&N filter and a Gibson 3"
exhaust on the truck.

2.) My rear window seal/weather-stripping is pretty beat up and I need a
new one. My truck has the one with a separate chrome lock strip. Does anyone
know where I can get a new seal and lock strip?


89 F150 4x4, 300 6cyl., 5 sp.


Date: Wed, 10 May 2000 17:08:34 -0700
From: Marv & Marge>
Subject: Inferred Milage Sensor

The subject line says it all. The book says I've got one in my
'89 F-250 5.0, 2WD, AOD. Wires go from odo to EEC. Book doesn't
say what it does. Anybody know for sure?



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