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97up-list Digest Thu, 16 Mar 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 031

In This Issue:
Re: Date of Manufacture
Re: Help: 98 F150 front-end noise
TTT Mirrors
Re: (no subject)
car amps for sale
Re: Curb Weight
Re: transmission question
Re: transmission question
Rear Rims/Wheels for 99 SD PSD Dually

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From: DJBurry aol.com
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 15:26:49 EST
Subject: Re: Date of Manufacture

Check your owners manual..."Walla"...

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From: Ulyken aol.com
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 16:09:16 EST
Subject: Re: Help: 98 F150 front-end noise

I just had my front end repaired for a noise that was driving me nuts when
the vehicle was at a stand still and I turn the wheels right or left, it
started out making the noise sometimes that was before 36k was up. anyway as
time went by the noise got louder and louder, I took it to the dealer and
they replaced the Pitman Arm and that got rid of the noise, that cost me
$208.00, but when I returned home and found the old job order that showed I
had brought it in pryor to 36k miles the dealer voided my check and Ford
payed for it. By the way its a 97 extended cab w/conversion kit by Kustom
Kreations. The dealer made very happy when they voided my check and had me
pick it up.

A Happy Ford Owner
Ken

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From: MadPoodle aol.com
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 16:21:35 EST
Subject: TTT Mirrors

Sandy,
Yup, factory mirrors. Got them 3/1/00 after a 5 day wait fom order date,
so they must be available.

P/N: YC3Z17683FAA
YC3Z17682FAA

Check those numbers with him, he should be able to order for you List of
$200.00 ea, your discount may vary!

Scott

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Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 01:25:04 -0600
From: Steve #1 swbell.net>
Subject: Re: (no subject)

"Noll, William E(Z01981)" wrote:

> Believe it or not, it is probably hand written in magic marker
> somewhere under the hood, in a very obvious location!
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vince Hanson [mailto:viniee tritel.net]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2000 19:50
> To: 97up-list ford-trucks.com
> Subject: [97up-list] (no subject)
>
> Can someone please tell me where to locate the exact date of manufacture
> on a 99 350 psd ?

Try looking for a build sheet. There is normally one under the hood that
the dealership should remove. You can also find 'em behind the front bumper
and under the carpeting. A dealership should also be able tell you the
exact date by running an OASIS on the VIN (i could be wrong on this one).
--
Steve #1

'99 F150 "Little Foot" Regular Cab XLT 5.4 4X4
'97 Mustang GT 4.6
'87 K5 Blazer "Monster" Silverado 350 4X4 < FOR SALE >

http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.geocities.com/f15099/

When you come to a fork in the road...
Go straight.



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From: RCantu aol.com
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 03:42:37 EST
Subject: car amps for sale

Hi all I'm trying to unload some amps that are all in great condition. I'm
also taking best offers for them. Just click the links for my pics of each
one. email me privately if there are any interest.

Robert
rcantu aol.com

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$200 plus shipping Rockford Punch 4040 DSM great cond bbq grill style w/
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mbers.dencity.com/rcantu/soundstuff/punch4040.jpg


$130 plus shipping Hifonics Europa VII 4ch 30x4 great cond w/ manual
http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://mem
bers.dencity.com/rcantu/soundstuff/hifonics.jpg


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Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 02:57:59 -0700
From: Bill Funk uswest.net>
Subject: Re: Curb Weight

This will be on the slip of paper they give you when you have your truck weighed.
There is *NO OTHER* way to get this information.
Weigh it wet; that is, with a full fuel load, all fluids up, but with nothing in the bed, or any
other stuff in it, EXCEPT things that you always carry.

While Ford does give an extimated weight, this will not include a full fuel load, not will it
accurately reflect your truck'e exact option/accessory loadout. You must get it weighed to find
out how much it weighs.
Bill

ORIGINAL MESSAGE:

>
> From: "Sandy Swallow" orionre.com>
> Subject: Date of Manufacture
>
> I have a question to the list also.
>
> Does any one know where to find the curb weight of the truck? Mine is a 2000 350 PSD CC 4 x 4.
>
> Sandy
>

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From: Larry Hackler mindspring.com>
Subject: Re: transmission question
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 14:39:35 -0500

This happened to me also. I checked the transmission level, just been
serviced at 30,000, and it was overfilled. Took it back to the dealer and
they corrected the transmission level and it has not happened since. By
the way, it did not happen before the service either. It has been two
weeks, so it may not be solved but it might be worth it to check your
transmission fluid level.

Larry

-----Original Message-----
From: jmann living.com [SMTP:jmann living.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2000 9:12 AM
To: 97up-list ford-trucks.com
Subject: [97up-list] transmission question

Ok, so I'm exiting the freeway the other day, onto what we affectionately
call an access road here in Texas (they run parallel to the freeway and you
don't often immediately come upon a light), as I enter the access road
something (another drivers actions) causes me to let of the gas. In doing
so, obviously, the RPMs drop and the coast clutch engages. Well then, and
almost immediately I might add, something causes me to suddenly mat the gas
pedal, which did not turn out to be such a pleasant experience. What
happened next I could only describe as a NUTRAL DROP! The engine revved up
into what I can only imagine to be the 4000+ RPM range BEFORE the
transmission/coast clutch engaged. When the drive train once again grabbed
hold of the rear wheels it was like someone had struck me from behind. The
truck lurched forward with a BANG! Hell, I looked back to see if there were
any parts on the ground.

The truck is a 2000 F150 5.4L SC FS 4x4 with a 4R70W transition. I was
moving along at about 40mph and in 2x4 mode. This has happened more than
once, and usually occurs when I've just let off the gas and then decide to
get back on it hard for one reason or another.

Any ideas or remedies would be greatly appreciated. And YES, I would have
got the 4R100 had I had the option. I suspect the Coast Clutch.

Joe
Austin, TX
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From: jmann living.com
Subject: Re: transmission question
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 13:55:55 -0600

Thanks Larry. By the way guys this 2000 F150 only has 3600 miles on it.


-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Hackler [mailto:hacklerl mindspring.com]
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2000 1:40 PM
To: '97up-list ford-trucks.com'
Subject: [97up-list] Re: transmission question

This happened to me also. I checked the transmission level,
just been
serviced at 30,000, and it was overfilled. Took it back to
the dealer and
they corrected the transmission level and it has not
happened since. By
the way, it did not happen before the service either. It
has been two
weeks, so it may not be solved but it might be worth it to
check your
transmission fluid level.

Larry

-----Original Message-----
From: jmann living.com [SMTP:jmann living.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2000 9:12 AM
To: 97up-list ford-trucks.com
Subject: [97up-list] transmission question

Ok, so I'm exiting the freeway the other day, onto what we
affectionately
call an access road here in Texas (they run parallel to the
freeway and you
don't often immediately come upon a light), as I enter the
access road
something (another drivers actions) causes me to let of the
gas. In doing
so, obviously, the RPMs drop and the coast clutch engages.
Well then, and
almost immediately I might add, something causes me to
suddenly mat the gas
pedal, which did not turn out to be such a pleasant
experience. What
happened next I could only describe as a NUTRAL DROP! The
engine revved up
into what I can only imagine to be the 4000+ RPM range
BEFORE the
transmission/coast clutch engaged. When the drive train once
again grabbed
hold of the rear wheels it was like someone had struck me
from behind. The
truck lurched forward with a BANG! Hell, I looked back to
see if there were
any parts on the ground.

The truck is a 2000 F150 5.4L SC FS 4x4 with a 4R70W
transition. I was
moving along at about 40mph and in 2x4 mode. This has
happened more than
once, and usually occurs when I've just let off the gas and
then decide to
get back on it hard for one reason or another.

Any ideas or remedies would be greatly appreciated. And YES,
I would have
got the 4R100 had I had the option. I suspect the Coast
Clutch.

Joe
Austin, TX
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From: DJBurry aol.com
Date: Sat, 18 Mar 2000 22:46:10 EST
Subject: Rear Rims/Wheels for 99 SD PSD Dually

Hello Gents & Ladies,
I have a 99 SD PSD, Dual wheels. The inside dual rims/wheels are steel rims
and I want to replace them with the polished aluminum wheels. I want the
same rims/wheels as the front, so I dont have to dismount the tires, when I
rotate rear tires. What have some you SD PSD dually owners done about
rotating tires on duallys? Any suggestions, please e-mail back. Does anyone
have a set of rims/wheels they would like to sell? E-mail be back or call
Joe Markoff, 303-425-1262 in Arvada, CO

Thanks..

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