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97up-list Digest Sun, 16 Apr 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 055

In This Issue:
rear fluid spec for SD?
Re: Platinum Vapor Injector
Re: Free Stuff
Re: Free Stuff
4R100 fluid change

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From: RSnovi aol.com
Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2000 07:42:19 EDT
Subject: rear fluid spec for SD?

I was reading in the owners manual, it says for F250/350 one its says 75W90
and the other is 75W140, which is it ? , i have 3 qts here of 75W90 syn.
already put the 75W90 in front as i could figure that much out. I don't have
to use friction mod. as redline already has it in it.( even though i miss the
smell !)

Is it related to L/S or just which dana rear you have?

Anybody feel free to take a shot at it.

mine is F250 4x4 SD PSD SC 3.73 LS Auto.

TIA!
RS

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Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2000 05:56:36 -0700
From: Bill Funk uswest.net>
Subject: Re: Platinum Vapor Injector

> So, basicly, we've been ripped off all these years? Instead of the catalytic
> converter, the auto makers could have just put this device in our cars?

But wait, why even this? If all this device does is put those metals into the
intake, why can't it be simplified even more, and just made as a fuel additive,
just to be put into the gas tank?

Or, why not just refine the gas more right at the refinery, and save even more??

Sounds like a method for distilling money from suckers' wallets, to me.
Bill

Original message:

>
> From: "Gary Smith" telusplanet.net>
> Subject: Platinum Vapor Injector
> Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2000 20:07:08 -0600
>
> Has any one use a Platinum Vapor Injector? What were the results. See
> www.pvitech.com
>
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Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2000 11:12:46 -0700
From: Marv & Marge Miller lafn.org>
Subject: Re: Free Stuff

Listfather wrote:
> I'm supplying the 2000 Ranger (heh, can you blame me? :-) )

Ken,

ANYTHING you can get for yourself, after selflessly giving away to all of us after
all these years, you richly deserve. You deserve any benefit your long hours behind the
scenes will earn you. Congradulations on getting some "hardware recognition".

-Marv-

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Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2000 16:46:57 -0400
From: Ken Payne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: Re: Free Stuff

At 11:12 AM 4/16/00 -0700, you wrote:
>Listfather wrote:
> > I'm supplying the 2000 Ranger (heh, can you blame me? :-) )
>
>Ken,
>
>ANYTHING you can get for yourself, after selflessly giving away to all of us after
>all these years, you richly deserve. You deserve any benefit your long hours behind the
>scenes will earn you. Congradulations on getting some "hardware recognition".
>
>-Marv-

Thanks! Now if Uncle Sam only felt that way.... (I'm doing my
taxes ---- I know it should have been done weeks ago!).

Ken



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From: "Clarke, Gary" per-se.com>
Subject: 4R100 fluid change
Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2000 10:35:35 -0400

HI All list readers I have a 99 150 5.4L with the 4R100 tranny. Soon I
will be changing the tranny fluid.

There is no drain plug on the pan. So I was wondering if you could answer
some questions for me as I've never done this before.

1. Can an after market plug be purchased to install in the pan?
2. If undoing the pan bolts from back to front helps in draining, how
much fluid will come out? (how big will my pan have to be).
3. How do you drain the TC? On my truck, right in front of the pan, in
the bell housing at the bottom, is a grommet that can be removed. Does this
grommet lead to the TC? And if so does it have a drain plug and how do you
line it up with the grommet hole?
4. OR, do you have to drain the tranny/TC by running the engine with
the pan off?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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