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Date: Sun, 22 Oct 2000 15:33:38 +0100
From: Adam McLaughlin <kd6poc jps.net>
Subject: Rear ABS Light - Update
Hey Tim, Bill and others,
Where specifically is the diagnostic connector for the ABS system? I
looked and looked under the dash but could not find anything. I took a
photo of what I think it could be, but I am not sure, and would like to
avoid grounding random wires.
The book and faxed docs speak of the orange/black wire. I took a picture
of what I think they *may* be reffering too.
It is of the spot where half of the harness wore through, and caused me
some great condusion and stuff when one day I was driving down the road
and she shut down. Until that time, I did wonder why the heck the rear
tail lights wouldn't go on for any reason. You can see how I soldered
everything and then heatshrunk it together.
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> From: Justin Kraynack [SMTP:jkraynak epix.net]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2000 8:26 PM
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> Subject: [small-list] Re: Driveshaft Rumble
> Sounds like my '90 Bronco II a few years back. Every time I'd stomp the
> gas, or give it gas going up a hill from a dead stop, it would "rumble".
> thought it was the transmission, but all checked out okay. The drive
> needed to be replaced (about $290) or rebuilt ($100). I chose to have it
> rebuilt and haven't had any problem for about 5 years! The driveshaft has
> CV joint, probably 2, that don't have grease fittings. They can be
> but I wouldn't try it myself. The cost of having a driveline guy work on
> is well worth the investment! Good luck.
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I have thought about that, but I'm afraid it wouldn't be good for me, I live
in a dirt road and that would pull in a HUGE amount of dust, especially the
way I drive on said dirt road. By the way, do you know how to get the front
quarter panel off so I can get to the intake?
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From: "Mike Haight" <mhaight1 home.com>
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Sent: Saturday, October 21, 2000 3:52 PM
Subject: [small-list] Re: Intake Troubles/Ideas
> Run it to the fender well, put hole in fender well and seal it off.
> that will suck cold air from the fender area outside the motor
> compartment. I know someone that did it on a mustang and it worked
> great for him.
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