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Old 05-28-2012, 09:03 AM
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The E4OD will save a fortune in gas for you over a C6 but for towing, it is essential that you keep the trans fluid cool. Maybe consider fitting an extra trans cooler if towing often.
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OK so I picked up a 1992 F150 XLT supercab 4x4

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Another update, 3 years I have owned this 92 F-150...


Radiator finally went out on me the other day, it's at a shop, decided to get the Timing chain cover leak fixed.

other than that, it's been rolling along great!

I will update a pic when I get it back.
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Been driving f150's for the past...3 years i think, the one i got now has been back and forth cross the country 4 times. 24+ hour drives, non stop, only shut off to fill up, Most reliable vehicle i have ever owned. Love it more every day, as im sure you do too
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my vents stopped blowing air... only the defrost was working.
went looking around for a suspect vacuum hose, and found a white tube in the engine comp. on the passenger side broken, took out the section of tube that was brittle and replaced with a scrap piece of vacuum hose... started it up and I have air again.
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noticed water in my headlight, removed the housing, to get to it, and broke my clips off as they were a little rusty, doubt they were ever removed. So found some replacements at NAPA Part Number: NOE 6652445 - Headlight Adjusting Bar Retainer ( 2/pack )
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Changed all the running light bulbs ( #194 ) on the roof, all working!


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* Next up R-134a conversion.
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