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06-14-2019, 04:34 PM
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Itís no different, external slave cylinder. I got...

Itís no different, external slave cylinder. I got it pulled today by ripping out the oil slinger giving me a bit more clearance. I had to use the pilot bearing remover attachment to pull it a bit...
06-13-2019, 12:11 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 343
Posted By crucialprospect

Sounds good, I got all my measurements already, I...

Sounds good, I got all my measurements already, I figured Iíd just subtract the thickness of the slinger and be done.
06-13-2019, 03:08 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 343
Posted By crucialprospect

Ford calls it the input shaft retainer I guess...

Ford calls it the input shaft retainer I guess some models have a 3 bolt unit thatís pretty easy to pull. Iím wondering if I put the whole front case in the press if that piece would push out the...
06-12-2019, 06:16 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 343
Posted By crucialprospect

460 zf5 mainshaft race removal

After measuring the mainshaft bearing tolerance, I need to shim under the race on the front side of the case. I split the case and noticed the quill is installed inside out, as well as the oil...
Replies: 23
Views: 721
Posted By crucialprospect

Holy cow, not sure of which pigtail I connected...

Holy cow, not sure of which pigtail I connected or disconnected or wiggled but once I got the dash pulled apart and turn signal switch pulled, it now works! Iíll try to put it all back together and...
Replies: 23
Views: 721
Posted By crucialprospect

Wow, thereís a mess of wires under here! So, note...

Wow, thereís a mess of wires under here! So, note the color wire coming out of the brake switch and trace it up to the turn signal switch, test the voltage there?
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Views: 721
Posted By crucialprospect

Dave, makes sense, Iíll rip apart the steering...

Dave, makes sense, Iíll rip apart the steering wheel and check it out.
Replies: 23
Views: 721
Posted By crucialprospect

Interesting thing with the turn signal switch...

Interesting thing with the turn signal switch though, I replaced it several months ago due to a bad one. Not sure when this problem happened though, I got pulled over today for it, but I donít...
Replies: 23
Views: 721
Posted By crucialprospect

Iíve found the turn signal and hazard wire at the...

Iíve found the turn signal and hazard wire at the driver taillight, itís flashing voltage, but with brake pedal depressed, Iíve got no voltage at either the green wire, which Iím assuming is ground,...
Replies: 23
Views: 721
Posted By crucialprospect

ok, in simplest terms at this point, I have full...

ok, in simplest terms at this point, I have full 12v to one side of the switch, when I depress the pedal, I get 12v to the other side, which means everything under the dash checks out.

Moving to...
Replies: 23
Views: 721
Posted By crucialprospect

So, to answer questions, the brake pigtail when...

So, to answer questions, the brake pigtail when jumpered does not turn on the lights, nor does any wiggling help. The bulb socket should share ground with the hazards and turn signals, which both...
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Views: 721
Posted By crucialprospect

With the switch jumpered, I went to the taillight...

With the switch jumpered, I went to the taillight wiring and didnít see any voltage at any of the three wires going to the brake light bulb socket. Does this mean the break in voltage is somewhere...
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Views: 721
Posted By crucialprospect

Testing the pigtail, I get 14volts on one side...

Testing the pigtail, I get 14volts on one side and 8 volts on the other side, which seems to be a ground issue, but shouldnít I be able to ground out the one side and get the lights to turn on?...
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Views: 721
Posted By crucialprospect

As a testament to the current condition, I was...

As a testament to the current condition, I was wiggling the wires on the pedal and mustíve hit the clutch safety switch, because it refused to crank. Wiggled the safety switch wiring and it fired up....
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Views: 721
Posted By crucialprospect

Hahahahaha, fair enough. I tested the continuity...

Hahahahaha, fair enough. I tested the continuity with the switch disconnected, it seems to work as should. Iíve removed the switch from the pedal and manually depressed the switch, still no brake...
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