Do you have a simple question that doesn't fit in any of the other forums? Ask it here and see if you can "Stump the Chumps!" Answers can be voted up by other members until the best answer is at the top! Please try to keep more complex questions and posts in the proper forums.
Forum members simply using their digital smart phones or cameras to take a video of their Mustangs while slowly walking around the car. It doesn't have to be a flashy video production as such - just shoot the video as you walk around your Mustang in a 360 degree circle. If you get background wind or other noises, or if the video is a bit shaky, who cares. Let's see what'cha got!
Nothing wrong with running an oil cooler-especially in hotter climates, just use high quality parts in running your lines and making your brackets. An oil temperature gauge is also a good idea, as you can overcool oil. If it doesn't exceed 212 degrees, moisture from the air and combustion byproducts won't evaporate out of the oil.
The cooler can use a thermostat style restrictor and even a fan depending upon location. I like this set up: https://www.enginelabs.com/engine-tech/fuel-cooling/tech-installing-cantons-engine-oil-cooler-and-why-you-need-one/
I just blew the fusible link on my 71 mach by dropping a small bolt into the alternator. Fell in just perfectly. Unbelievable. The question is: what gauge of link should I replace it with? There are several "gauges" out there. Just looking for what others have done/had success with. I'm sure my local auto store has a supply.
Awhile back, you gave me some info on the electrical system and recommended that I change the solenoid and then the ignition switch on my mustang because I was having problems with no electrical to start. I did the easiest thing first and that was to change the solenoid. I did that and that solved the problem, also a new battery. Just wanted to thank you for you help and I appreciate it.
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