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fordtrucks80up-digest Wednesday, September 3 1997 Volume 01 : Number 091



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In this issue:

92 f150 wipers [CNTRYF150 aol.com]
'96 F-150 Tranny ["J. R. C." ]
RE: '93 Ranger Cruise Control [KNBD87D prodigy.com (MR JOSH J TENNEY)]
Re: ABS controversy ["Mike Jones"]
Re: '96 F-150 Tranny ["Bob Leifer" ]
Questions for the Experts ["Irvine Bruce" ]
Re: 92 f150 wipers [Joe Maleski ]
Re: 92 f150 wipers ["David J. Baldwin" ]
Re: fordtrucks80up-digest V1 #89 [Bill Funk ]
Re: ABS [Bill Funk ]
Online Engine Parts Catalogs ["Dave Resch"]
Re: Online Engine Parts Catalogs [Joe Maleski ]
RE: '96 F-150 Tranny [Shankar Subramanian ]
Rail Liner ["Al Delacruz" ]
I-6 Performance [Sean Winters ]
Leaking Fuel Injector Seals [Keith Srb ]
84 F150 Questions [Dale Grein ]

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Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 07:45:27 -0400 (EDT)
From: CNTRYF150 aol.com
Subject: 92 f150 wipers

Does anyone else have the same problem as I with the wipers. When you turn
them to the intermittent function, it seems like every position is the
same.When you move to another position though, it seem to trigger them to
work.I thought each position should be one speed faster but they all seem to
be the same, please help me understand this Ford weirdism



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Date: Wed, 03 Sep 1997 09:10:21 -0400
From: "J. R. C."
Subject: '96 F-150 Tranny

HELP - Occasionally I get a pretty good thunk/grab when the automatic
transmission shifts into 2nd gear from a dead stop. Cannot pinpoint
when it is going to happen. Every other shift is fine - on time and
all. Like I said, it happens intermittantly. Question: Is this a
potential problem or a problem now. I hate to spend the cash to have it
looked at if I don't need too. I bought truck new & it has 38,000 miles
on it. Haven't changed to trans oil yet but propably need to. Thanks
for any help - guesses will be appreciated too.

Jerry

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Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 09:17:44, -0500
From: KNBD87D prodigy.com (MR JOSH J TENNEY)
Subject: RE: '93 Ranger Cruise Control

Dan,

I thought I had problem with my cruise control on my '95 2.3L Ranger.
If your truck is a stick, make sure you don't rest your foot on the
clutch pedal, or the cruise won't turn on. I was all worried when my
cruise only worked half of the time, but then after reading the
owners guide, I found out that depressing the clutch shuts of the
cruise ( I never drove a stick regularly before). Even if you rest
your foot on the pedal ever so slightly, it will not work.

Josh

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Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 10:33:13 -0400
From: "Mike Jones"
Subject: Re: ABS controversy

O.K. here's my two cents...

Overall, I am sold on the benefits of ABS having experienced three vehicles
with the device: A '93 Explorer, a '96 F-250 Powerstroke and now a '97
Expedition. Some observations: I found with the '93 Explorer that ABS
could sometimes be a detriment. At one time we lived in the far reaches of
Northern New York, near the Canadian border. Winters are brutal there, and
the roads tend to stay snow/ice covered for much of the winter.
Occasionally, with the vehicle in 4-high and braking for an intersection,
the ABS would begin pumping so furiously that there was little or no
braking action at all. The only thing that worked was to let off the
brakes altogether and start braking all over. Once we became used to the
phenomenon it wasn't much of a problem. In fact, it was a nice reminder
that I was driving too fast for conditions. But I have to wonder how many
people just plow right on through the intersection.

This was true when the vehicle was in 4 -high, since ABS capabilities are
most limited in that case on vehicles without a clutch or differential
between the front and rear drive systems. (When one wheel is locked, since
the fronts and rears are coupled, all wheels are inherently locked. (I
suppose one front could be still rotating, but you see the point.) In
fact, don't know if it's still true, but Ford used to disable
rear-wheel-only ABS when the vehicle was in 4wd for just that reason.


More confusion, I'm sure...

Mike J.

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Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 10:51:45 -0400
From: "Bob Leifer"
Subject: Re: '96 F-150 Tranny

Jerry,

even though the truck is 2,000 miles over the 36K warranty, won't the dealer
and Ford cover you? The truck is practically new.
Bob

- -----Original Message-----
From: J. R. C.
To: fordtrucks80up ListService.net
Date: Wednesday, September 03, 1997 9:14 AM
Subject: '96 F-150 Tranny



>HELP - Occasionally I get a pretty good thunk/grab when the automatic
>transmission shifts into 2nd gear from a dead stop. Cannot pinpoint
>when it is going to happen. Every other shift is fine - on time and
>all. Like I said, it happens intermittantly. Question: Is this a
>potential problem or a problem now. I hate to spend the cash to have it
>looked at if I don't need too. I bought truck new & it has 38,000 miles
>on it. Haven't changed to trans oil yet but propably need to. Thanks
>for any help - guesses will be appreciated too.
>
>Jerry
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Date: 3 Sep 1997 12:41:57 -0400
From: "Irvine Bruce"
Subject: Questions for the Experts

All:

I'm sort of a "problem," being right on the border between '79 & '80.

Well anyway here are my stats:

I have a Ford F100 '80 built in Fall of '79.
It has the 4.9L OHV 6. (EGR,air pump,p/s,regular(no power)brakes
Carter 1bbl carb
It has the Ford 3.03 Manual transmission
Approx 118,000 miles

Since I've bought her I've had to do quite lot of work to get her to
pass inspection here in VA (emissions too). But she finally made it with
flying colors.

Now I just have to deal with oil leaks, gas tank that leaks when over 3/4
full, rear tanny seal leak and a temptation to spend too much time
and money on her.

My questions:

What is the stock HP for this truck?

What range should I get if I get a tachometer?

Why does the owner's manual not recommend towing with the config I have?

What were the original tires on this truck? (She now has H75-15LT bias plys).
What would fit? What is recommended?

What is the difference between an F100 & an F150?

Thanks for your time.

BSI

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Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 09:56:04 -0700
From: Joe Maleski
Subject: Re: 92 f150 wipers

Yes. My '94 F-250 as well as my '84 Ranger both do/did this. In the
F-250's case, the darn wipers don't come on at all until I switch them on
to full speed and then back down to the lower speed. It only rains a
couple of times a year around here so it's never been a problem, just an
annoyance. I can't figure out if it's the relay or the switch.

Joe

> Does anyone else have the same problem as I with the wipers. When you turn
>them to the intermittent function, it seems like every position is the
>same.When you move to another position though, it seem to trigger them to
>work.I thought each position should be one speed faster but they all seem to
>be the same, please help me understand this Ford weirdism

************************************
Joe Maleski
Santa Clara, CA
1994 F-250HD SuperCab, 460/5-spd, The Silver Camel

mailto:jmaleski auspex.com

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Date: Wed, 03 Sep 1997 12:26:33 -0500
From: "David J. Baldwin"
Subject: Re: 92 f150 wipers

Joe Maleski wrote:
>
> Yes. My '94 F-250 as well as my '84 Ranger both do/did this. ...
> ... I can't figure out if it's the relay or the switch.
>
> Joe
>
> > Does anyone else have the same problem as I with the wipers.

It's the switch most likely, although neither the switch nor the module
is a great piece of work. My 95 F-150 got to the point where more and
more of the delay options wouldn't work. I finally had it fixed under
warranty.

I heard that there were complaints due to the switch and the module
(clicking noise of the relay, mostly), but "cost pressures" prohibited
them from implementing changes. We'll see if the new switch holds up
better than the last one.

I'd wager many of you out there have the same problem.

- --
Best Regards,

Dave Baldwin

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Date: Wed, 03 Sep 1997 11:12:16 -0700
From: Bill Funk
Subject: Re: fordtrucks80up-digest V1 #89

>
> Date: Wed, 03 Sep 1997 12:54:13 -0400
> From: "C. E. White"
> Subject: Re: ABS
>
> Bill Funk wrote:
> >
> > Any library will have much info on this.
> > ABS works very simply, on a well-known principle..........
>
> > --
> > Bill Funk
>
> A little more info....
>
> A guide to the brave new world of braking
>
> BY FRANCES CERRA WHITTELSEY
>
> It would be nice if the answer were simple. A clear-cut answer, based on
> properly done accident analyses. But the answer
> has to be, it depends on the car. If you are considering the purchase of
> an ABS-equipped car, your test drive should include a
> simulated panic stop, preferably on gravel, sand or a bumpy road. Only
> then will you know if you want to trust your life to that
> vehicle.
...

Do you test a toaster by putting it in a bathtub full of water? Of
course not.
So we should test ABS by trying it on surfaces where:
1. It doesn't work well.
2. Any prudent driver should already be slowed down, and excersizing
more caution.
Sure.
Forget how it works on the surfaces where you do most of your driving.
Don't test it there to see how it feels, and how it reacts.
This is why ABS is getting a bad rep; because people don't know how to
use it.
Instead of getting good tips, we get the above; instead of teaching
people to slow down on such surfaces, we are told that ABS is supposed
to work there, but it will kill you instead.
Do you test your 4X4 on the bottom of a 20' lake to see how the traction
is? You should! You will find that that truck you think is so cool will
kill you! You'll drown!
What? The truck isn't supposed to work there?
Well, guess what? ABS isn't supposed to work on those surfaces described
above, either.

- --
Bill Funk
President, ASCII User Group
http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.starlink.com/~ascii

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Date: Wed, 03 Sep 1997 11:27:10 -0700
From: Bill Funk
Subject: Re: ABS

> Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 21:29:34 -0400
> From: "Mark J. Salvetti"
> Subject: Re: ABS
>
...
> I haven't driven an ABS car since that Bondurant test, but we just (3 =
> weeks ago) bought a Windstar with ABS. As soon as we get some rain =
> around here, I'm going to make sure my wife and I try out the ABS in a =
> parking lot to get a feel for them. I don't want her surprised at the =
> sensation, although I'm hoping this modern version will be less =
> obtrusive than the old.
...
Try it on dry pavement, too. That's where you do the vast majority of
your driving, and, thus, where you are most likely to have an emergency
requiring hard stopping. There's no reason to wait for an emergency to
see how the ABS works.
- --
Bill Funk
President, ASCII User Group
http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.starlink.com/~ascii

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Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 14:05:07 -0600
From: "Dave Resch"
Subject: Online Engine Parts Catalogs

Yo Motorheads:

I was surfin' the 'net the other day and I found the following commercial
web site to be both fun and informative.

Accelerated Motion Performance Products
http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.amotion.com

They have online catalogs for three separate Ford engine families

Small block engines '62-'94 221, 255, 260, 289, 302(5.0), & 351W(5.8 )
Cleveland and Modified (335 series) '70-'82 351C, 351M, 400
Big Block '68-'94 370, 429, 460

(These are their descriptions, not mine. What's a big block 370? Never
heard o' that one.)

It looks like they plan on adding catalogs for the I6 (240, 300), V6
(232/3.8), and FE families eventually.

Being into M-blocks, I checked that particular catalog out, and I was
impressed. It's almost like a Summit catalog, but with tables and specs
only, no pictures. Even better, it's kind of cool to see what's available
for your motor without having to wade through pages of irrelevant Ch*vy or
M*par stuff. (According to the web site, they have no paper catalog, but
if you have a printer, you can print the web pages out.)

My Disclaimer:
I have never dealt w/ this company, nor do I know anyone who works for this
company, including me. I have no idea how reliable they are or what the
quality or level of their service is. I just found their web site to be
interesting.

Apparently, they are based in Burnaby BC, so maybe one of our Canadian list
members would know something more about them or their reputation. Anyone
out there dealt w/ them?

Dave R. (M-block devotee)
1980 F250 4x4 351M

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Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 13:50:24 -0700
From: Joe Maleski
Subject: Re: Online Engine Parts Catalogs

>(These are their descriptions, not mine. What's a big block 370? Never
>heard o' that one.)

It's a medium-duty truck engine. It can be found in those early eighties
cabover F-600's.

Joe

************************************
Joe Maleski
Santa Clara, CA
1994 F-250HD SuperCab, 460/5-spd, The Silver Camel

mailto:jmaleski auspex.com

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Date: Wed, 03 Sep 1997 16:46:54 -0400
From: Shankar Subramanian
Subject: RE: '96 F-150 Tranny

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I had an '83 Bronco that exhibited the same problem.
I don't quite remember the exact fix, but it had something to do
with the extension link on the drive shaft.

Hope this info helps.


Shankar Subramanian
Director of Information Services
Parkway Mortgage Inc.
1700 Galloping Hill Road
Kenilworth, NJ 07033
ssubramanian internetMCI.com


- -----Original Message-----
From:J. R. C. [SMTP:masterjc concentric.net]
Sent:Wednesday, September 03, 1997 9:10 AM
To:fordtrucks80up listservice.net
Subject:'96 F-150 Tranny

HELP - Occasionally I get a pretty good thunk/grab when the automatic
transmission shifts into 2nd gear from a dead stop. Cannot pinpoint
when it is going to happen. Every other shift is fine - on time and
all. Like I said, it happens intermittantly. Question: Is this a
potential problem or a problem now. I hate to spend the cash to have it
looked at if I don't need too. I bought truck new & it has 38,000 miles
on it. Haven't changed to trans oil yet but propably need to. Thanks
for any help - guesses will be appreciated too.

Jerry



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Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 15:19:57 -0600
From: "Al Delacruz"
Subject: Rail Liner

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Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 16:23:18 -0500
From: Sean Winters
Subject: I-6 Performance

Hello all,

I am new to the list so if I do/say anything off topic feel free to slap
me in-line. :>

Does anyone have any experience with the Offenhauser aluminum intake and
Holley carburetor for the 4.9L inline six?
I saw an article (advertisement) that claims big gains but am a little
leery of jumping into it without talking to someone first.

Thanks!

Sean Winters
swinters pritchettnet.com

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Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 14:57:27 -0700
From: Keith Srb
Subject: Leaking Fuel Injector Seals

86 Ford Bronco II with a 2.9L V-6. Problem: fuel leaking out around the tops of
Fuel Injectors, where the Fuel Injectors are pushed into the Fuel Supply
Manifold.

>From reading my repair manuals, it sounds like I need to replace the seals on
the Fuel Injectors. It doesn't sound like a tough job, just time consuming. Has
anyone every done this before?? Is there any "little problems" I need to be
aware of?

Thanks

TTFN

Keith Srbherbie netvalue.net
1986 Ford Bronco II, 2.9L (I HATE LITERS) V-6, Mitsubishi 5-Speed.
1980 Harley Davidson, XLH, Rebuilt from the frame up.
1974 Ford F250 Ranger XLT, 390ci 4bbl, Automatic, Long Box, Style Side.
1966 Ford F100, 240 C.I. Straight Six, Warner T-18 4-Speed, Short Box.
My Blood runs "TRUE BLUE FORD on Four Wheels and Pure HARLEY on Two Wheels!"


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Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 18:58:59 -0400 (EDT)
From: Dale Grein
Subject: 84 F150 Questions

Hey All!

I am going to change the transfer case oil in my truck, and Canadian Tire
told me to use Dexron 111 but the manuel says Dexron 11. Is Dexron 11 older
or is Canadian Tire totaly useless?....


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