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97up-list Digest Wed, 08 Mar 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 024

In This Issue:
6SPD trans. oil filter
Re: 6SPD trans. oil filter
Re: 6SPD trans. oil filter
Windsor Engines & piston slap
heated elephant ears
ADMIN: 3 Ford Press Releases
Re: heated elephant ears
Re: Windsor Engines & piston slap

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From: DanBrotzman frontiernet.net>
Subject: 6SPD trans. oil filter
Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2000 10:36:17 -0600

I purchased a remote oil filter assembly to install inline on my F350 6spd transmission. My question is, which cooler line is the pressure line and which one is the return line?
1999.5 F350 CC PSD 4X4 LB 6SPD.
Thanks, Dan - Wisconsin


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Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 12:12:33 -0500
From: Dean Baruffi yale.edu>
Subject: Re: 6SPD trans. oil filter

I did not know the 6sp manual has fulid line connected to it. Manual
tranmissions don't have fluid pumps in them like automatics. I don't think
you can install a remote filter on a manual transmission.

Someone correct me if I am wrong here.

-Dean


At 10:36 AM 03/08/2000 -0600, you wrote:
>I purchased a remote oil filter assembly to install inline on my F350 6spd
transmission. My question is, which cooler line is the pressure line and
which one is the return line?
>1999.5 F350 CC PSD 4X4 LB 6SPD.
>Thanks, Dan - Wisconsin
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From: Todd Styles BMHCC.org>
Subject: Re: 6SPD trans. oil filter
Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2000 12:30:36 -0600

the 6-speed in the PSD has a pump and external cooler.
Todd

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From: "Ian R. Poyntz" iname.com>
Subject: Windsor Engines & piston slap
Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 10:12:14 -0800


I would like to repeat the question of earlier this week. I have a F250 1999 LD SC 4x4 with the 5.4 engine. What do I look for in the VIN code number to see if this is a Windsor engine?

Ian...



CLICK HERE TO REPLY: poyntz iname.com

Life is precious, love what you do !


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Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 18:45:34 +0100
Subject: heated elephant ears
From: Kirk Werner werner.org>


There was talk a while back about some list members installing the trailer
tow mirrors which had a pigtail for hooking up to a heater switch
(apparently these are Excursion mirrors). I ordered a set of these mirrors
from Mike Malone at Rochester Auto Collection (they beat the closest local
dealer price by $50 per mirror), and the mirrors do have the heat/defrost
wire. Anyone find a place to wire that in on a superduty? It'd be nice to
have heated mirrors, but not a necessity here in the Pacific NW (a wiper
blade on the mirror would be more appropriate).

Kirk


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Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 21:56:32 -0500
From: Ken Payne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: ADMIN: 3 Ford Press Releases

Three news articles from Ford Motor Company have been added to the
web site: http://www.ford-trucks.com/news/


1. Pricing, Job #1, Set for Limited Edition 2000 Harley-Davidson
F-150
2. Army Explores Commercial Technologies For New, Maximum-Performance
Pickup Trucks
3. Ford Super Tough Concept Truck is Tough Enough for U.S. Military

Enjoy!

Ken Payne
Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts



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Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 18:56:52 -0800
From: johny netapp.com>
Subject: Re: heated elephant ears

I remember reading about this on the www.ford -diesel. com site.
Somewhere back in the december 99 time frame.

If you're lucky someone will cut and paste it here.

Kirk Werner wrote:

> There was talk a while back about some list members installing the trailer
> tow mirrors which had a pigtail for hooking up to a heater switch
> (apparently these are Excursion mirrors). I ordered a set of these mirrors
> from Mike Malone at Rochester Auto Collection (they beat the closest local
> dealer price by $50 per mirror), and the mirrors do have the heat/defrost
> wire. Anyone find a place to wire that in on a superduty? It'd be nice to
> have heated mirrors, but not a necessity here in the Pacific NW (a wiper
> blade on the mirror would be more appropriate).
>
> Kirk
>
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Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2000 16:24:46 -0800
From: Jean Marc Chartier sympatico.ca>
Subject: Re: Windsor Engines & piston slap

"Ian R. Poyntz" wrote:
>
> I would like to repeat the question of earlier this week. I have a F250 1999 LD SC 4x4 with the 5.4 engine. What do I look for in the VIN code number to see if this is a Windsor engine?
>
> Ian...
>
> CLICK HERE TO REPLY: poyntz iname.com
>
> Life is precious, love what you do !
>

Ian,

All the 5.4 truck engines are Windsor built.

Regards

Jean Marc Chartier

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