small-list-digest Sunday, June 7 1998 Volume 02 : Number 159



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In this issue:

FTE Small - 5.0 Ranger
Re: FTE Small - 5.0 Ranger
FTE Small - AutoTransmission...Not
FTE Small - FW: Ford Watches
Re: FTE Small - Shocking story

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Date: Sat, 6 Jun 1998 09:27:31 EDT
From: Cullo aol.com
Subject: FTE Small - 5.0 Ranger

I am interested in talking to someone who has wired an EFI system into a non-
EFI vehicle. I am at the point of attaching the wiring harness and computer.
I have a 93 HO 5.0 EFI form a Mustang going into an 87 Ford Ranger and must
merge the two systems. Any help would be welcome. I have Helm wiring manuals
for both vehicles but when I look at the wiring diagrams my eyes start to
water.
Thanks Dart
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Date: Sat, 06 Jun 1998 10:33:50 -0400
From: daner
Subject: Re: FTE Small - 5.0 Ranger

Any chance you can scan in the wiring diagrams for both vehicles?
I need to do the same for my '89 Ranger, but mine is EFI 2.9L going to 5.0L.



At 09:27 AM 6/6/98 -0400, you wrote:
>I am interested in talking to someone who has wired an EFI system into a non-
>EFI vehicle. I am at the point of attaching the wiring harness and computer.
>I have a 93 HO 5.0 EFI form a Mustang going into an 87 Ford Ranger and must
>merge the two systems. Any help would be welcome. I have Helm wiring
manuals
>for both vehicles but when I look at the wiring diagrams my eyes start to
>water.
>Thanks Dart
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Date: Sat, 6 Jun 1998 12:23:32 -0500
From: "Larry Brown"
Subject: FTE Small - AutoTransmission...Not

Does any one know what might be wrong with my '84BroncoII, 2.8 V-6
Automatic. The transmission is not shifting properly. I have to slip the
shifter into 2nd for it to upshift. Any help would be welcomed.
Larry

84 Bronco II
69 Ford F100 Stepside

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Date: Sat, 6 Jun 1998 17:32:34 -0500
From: Anthony Rio
Subject: FTE Small - FW: Ford Watches

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From: Anthony Rio [SMTP:trio tigroupchicago.com]
Sent: Saturday, June 06, 1998 5:25 PM
To: 'big'; 'small'
Subject: Ford Watches

Hey folks...

I received a catalog in the mail today from a company called "The
Sportsmans Guide" (800-888-3006) that had a real cool item in it. I know
there's no advertising on the lists, but I am hoping this is okay since
it's just something I got in the mail, and I though I would pass it on for
those interested.

They have mens style Ford insignia watches for sale that were evidently
leftovers from a Ford dealer promotion. They have japanese(!) quartz
movements, shockproof design, and are packaged in a nifty Ford logo box.
Each one looks like an older style speedometer and has a litttle plate at
the bottom that resembles a front grill. They have luminesent hands, and
the Ford Logo printed on the face. Each are $24.95 (leather band) and
$29.99 (steel flex band) They are normally $29.99 and $34.99 respectivly.
It says it's a limited quantity offer, so you may want to hurry if you
want one. I ordered mine this morning and am eagerly awaiting it.

Leather band is part number F8-27919
Steel band is part number F8-27920
Take care!!

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Date: Sun, 07 Jun 1998 02:12:25 -0400
From: Garnet Quinn
Subject: Re: FTE Small - Shocking story

EI - Michael Ioco wrote:
> Does anybody experience A LOT of static electricity when exiting their Ranger or other Ford vehicle?
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> An no, I"m not going to put ground straps on it!
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To exit SHOCK free, open the door and BEFORE you put your foot down,
grab hold of a metal painted part of the door or body and without
letting go place your feet on the ground and exit. This method will
ground the static charge and let you close the door in the normal
way. Give it a try, it works for me.

Garnet Quinn, driving a shocking '98 Ranger XLT SC 4.0l in
London, Ontario
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