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  • Birthday 03/03/1960

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  1. You can do it !!!!! looks like a good one to start with....
  2. Looks good, going to order one tomorrow... thanks John for the info.
  3. I'm looking for this black flex hose for my air cleaner
  4. update....after driving the car around now for a few weeks the little bugs are starting to show up, I have a front suspension rattle that I'm trying to chase down, so far I put new sway bar end links and bushings that helped some and today new front shocks, which were pretty worn, I should have changed this stuff out months ago. I will take a test spin later to see if the rattle is gone, it appears that the ball joints are ok so control arm bushing will be the next step.
  5. LOOKS GREAT!!!! I would love to see this car in person someday..... keep up the great work
  6. First road trip last weekend to the Columbus Good Guys Show. The old girl help up on her maiden voyage with no real issues other than a drive belt loosening up a bit but all in all it was good....
  7. Penny's Mach is done, put the bumper on today, I will post up some good photos after this weekend. going to the first show this Saturday.... that's if my header gaskets get here on time. I had one blow out because of a loose bolt. I guess I got tired a missed getting it tight, oh well
  8. thanks for all of the compliments they really mean a lot, so many beautiful cars being done on here its nice to have you guys acknowledge all the work that went into the car. I got so much help and a wealth of information cruzing through the threads on here. what a great bunch of fantastic mustang owners. ::thumb::
  9. the last few pictures then I post up some good ones in a couple of weeks, I need to finish the front bumper and then I'm done, Penny loves her Mach
  10. Eureka!!!!! I found it, by deducting what I did when wiring the trunk harness I was convinced it was something I did. Midlife you have no idea how much help you've been.... thank you for that. Here is what I found was the problem. Old wires don't look like new as far as determining color, I had two wires crossed in my taillight harness the BU light was tied to the dome light and vice versa the dome was connected to the backup. I mentioned in my first post that I didn't have a working dome light. I should have stayed on that thought but I figured I had two separate issues. Not the case, but in the end it's all good now Thanks Midlife you made me think and helped me rule things out.
  11. MIDLIFE When you asked me about the adjustment on the ignition switch, it got me to think since the trans was out could it be that this is the case and how to you go about this adjustment?
  12. Could it be possible that I have some wires wrong on the solinoid?
  13. Key in or even out in the off position. When I said depress the NSS I mean the switch on the manual trans that the engine bay harness plugs into. It very well could be the ignition switch assembly, the key cylinder is a little sluggish so I will get a new switch assembly and remove the key cylinder and clean it up also and go from there. I can jump across the plug harness and it will put power to the radio with (key) out. Its like I have a back feed issue and tonight I could only get this to happen with the door open when I close the door it kills the power up on the radio. It just keeps bet stranger the more I try to resolve my symptoms. I really appreciate your help and I'm sorry if I haven't explained my symptoms well enough, this electrical stuff really spins me around to where I get totally confused and frustrated. I will win in the end but boy do I hate this kind of stuff. Thanks again
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