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  1. Ken Blythen
    10-31-2014 04:31 AM - permalink
    Ken Blythen
    Jim, I noticed in the "Kick Panel Vent" thread, you had new under-dash courtesy lights.
    Are these available aftermarket? Thanks.

  2. CharlaineC
    09-21-2014 01:58 AM - permalink
    Stopping by to say Hi i'm in the spokane area myself and am looking for people to make friends with and maybe help get my Pearl on the road.
  3. ArdWrknTrk
    06-24-2014 02:10 PM - permalink
    Excellent photo and a detailed response to the I-6 tach wire question.
    I wish I could Rep you for your response, but I guess I'm too appreciative of those on this forum who are truly helpful.
  4. curkey
    04-29-2013 06:34 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the reps!
  5. fsu scooter
    08-02-2012 11:54 PM - permalink
    fsu scooter
    hey friend just wondering. on a old post you had a picture of a feedback carb on your f150. my 85 F150 has a feedback carb but came with NO factory wire plug on carb from it. but truck has stock plug going to it. does it matter how you wire the plug to the feedback on carb??. i have the other plug half. but dont know wich way to wire it ??? thanks. fsu scooter. yhohimer@highland.net
  6. 85e150six4mtod
    06-03-2012 11:43 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the reps.
  7. CamaroAdam73
    11-28-2011 07:48 PM - permalink
    Hey sorry to bother you but i was wondering if you could give me some advice on some problems I'm having with my 84 F150, carbed 300CI 4.9l. It's a feedback carb with an O2 sensor, and the EEC IV ( i think, no vacc advance) dizzy. It's all stock, and the previous owner hacked everything up. The engine is half way "desmogged", pump is gone as well as mostly everything else but the EGR. From here i can just block off the EGR once removed. I can handle finding a carb to do the job but I'm stumped on what to do about the distributor. Any advice would be much appreciated.
  8. dohc_chump
    05-09-2011 11:02 AM - permalink
    Thanks for the reps!
  9. JimsRebel
    08-28-2010 12:20 PM - permalink
    Yes, the thick red/green wire will work to feed the coil. After it is running check coil voltage at idle. It should be around 10 volts or maybe a little less
  10. steelsail
    08-05-2010 08:08 PM - permalink
    Hi, I'm trying to convert my 1986 Bronco to the Duraspark ignition and have read your posts (that seems to address which wire goes to the DS2 coil). If I understand correctly, I can just run the thick red/green wire to the older harness's connection to the coil positive? The older harness is off of a 1979 Ford F-100. Thank you so much, I'm kind of lost on this whole thing.

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    1986 F150 XLT Lariat 4x4 300 C6, 9 inch 3:50, 235-15 tires, sway bars, DS2 w/ GM 4 pin and no computer; 3G ALT swap, PMGR starter; 120,000 miles, 2nd owner


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