small-list-digest Sunday, June 14 1998 Volume 02 : Number 166



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In this issue:

FTE Small - seats and front end for sale
FTE Small - CAR CARE PRODUCTS WHOLESALE PRICES ZYMOL P21S LEXOL BLITZWAX MEGUIARS 3M MORE!!
FTE Small - The Definitive "Fake Oil Pressure Gauge"
FTE Small - Sanity-izing my Windshield Washer Switch
FTE Small - Flushing Tee: '92 Aerostar
FTE Small - 2WD->4WD Bronco II conversion

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Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998 13:31:23 PDT
From: "Bryan Snyder"
Subject: FTE Small - seats and front end for sale

I will have two gray highback bucket seats out of my 90 ranger for sale.
The drivers is in GC, no rips or stains BUT does have a nickel size hole
in lower left bolster. The drivers have power lumbar and lower bolsters
and bolh work good. The passengers seat is in EC, no holes stains, rips
etc, and has power lumbar. They are gray with black and varying gray
tone stripes. Asking $250 plus shipping for both, or best offer.

Also have a dana 28 front end front same truck. has 3.73 gears. Needs
new left engagement hub. Will sell complete wheel to wheel for $300 plus
shipping or best offer.

Just getting new stuff for my truck and no longer need these. Please
email direct. Thanks

Rangerstx hotmail.com

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Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998 13:48:32 -0700
From: "kim ales"
Subject: FTE Small - CAR CARE PRODUCTS WHOLESALE PRICES ZYMOL P21S LEXOL BLITZWAX MEGUIARS 3M MORE!!

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THEY HAVE A LOWEST PRICE GUARANTEE SO THEY WILL MATCH ANY LOWER PRICE IF YOU FIND ONE.
THE BEST WAXES IN THE WORLD FOR YOUR BABY, ABSOLUTE LOWEST PRICES ON EARTH, I CANT BELIEVE IT! ZYMOL LEXOL P21S ONE GRAND BLITZ WAX 3M MEGUIARS INVINCASHIELD AND GREAT AUTO CARE TIPS AND PROCEDURES FOR LONG CAR LEGTH. EVERYONE IS BUYING FROM THIS PLACE

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Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998 13:12:13 -0700
From: Richard
Subject: FTE Small - The Definitive "Fake Oil Pressure Gauge"

I just want to say 'thank you' to Pat Brown. Pat, thanks for going the
'extra 9 yards' to provide the entire background and complete fix for
the fake oil pressure gauge situation. Now, I feel that I can tackle
this.

Ironically, I think we'd have been better off if Ford had used a genuine
idiot light, which would at least alert us suckers that the engine had
already been damaged.

Richard


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Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998 13:27:26 -0700
From: Richard
Subject: FTE Small - Sanity-izing my Windshield Washer Switch

In my '92 Aerostar, and I'm certain, lots of other Fords, the windshield
washer switch logic is designed to ensure that we'll all scratch our
windshields (this must have been designed by the same guy who did the
oil gauge revision).

The problem is that in response to the closing of the washer switch
terminals, the wiper/washer computer starts the wipers at the same
moment that it starts the washers. However, it takes the washer pump a
few seconds to prime itself and begin squirting fluid onto the glass.
In the meantime, the dry wipers merrily scrape abrasive dirt back and
forth across the windshield, scratching the expensive glass. This delay
is compounded by Ford's donation to us of a "resonance chamber," a
device that causes the fluid to pulsate rhythmically for some reason
that I can't fathom. Apparently, they thought that we'd appreciate
their spending a few extra pennies here, instead of on such
extravagances as usable horn buttons or functional oil pressure gauges.

What I want to do is to separate the washer from the windshield wipers
- -- so that the washer switch simply squirts the fluid without engaging
the wiper motor. Neither my Haynes nor my Alldata (save your money,
guys)breaks out the wiring adequately for me to make the changes.
Here's why I need to know (please reply with whichever part you know):
1. Where is the wiper/washer computer located on my '92 Aerostar?
2. Which are the relevant computer wire terminals and wire color codes?
3. What else do I need to know?

Thanks

Richard


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Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998 13:30:09 -0700
From: Richard
Subject: FTE Small - Flushing Tee: '92 Aerostar

I want to add a Prestone flushing tee to my '92 Aerostar (3.0).
What's the best hose and location for me to cut the hose and install the
tee? I can't tell these hoses apart with the service data that I have.

Neither Haynes nor Alldata ($30 CD ROM) have seen fit to incorporate a
hose diagram in their shop manuals.

Thanks

Richard
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Date: Sun, 14 Jun 1998 01:09:09 -0500
From: Jonathan Smith
Subject: FTE Small - 2WD->4WD Bronco II conversion

I've got an idea I've been toying with. I've got a 1989 Bronco II
2WD. It has the 5 speed manual transmission. I've noticed that it
seems to have a transfer case (of some sort) under it. Does anybody
know what would be involved in converting this truck to 4WD? Is this
at all feasible? If I could do it in a weekend using $200 in parts
or so (I'd probaly get most of them from the junkyard) it might be
worth it. Any ideas/suggestions/web sites?

Thanks!
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