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    Re: Wiper Bushing Heim Joint Conversion

    Nice.

    Even more impressive to see your motor ground strap appears to be present and functional :eyebrows:
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    Re: Difficult Ignition Cutout Problem

    Those bullet splices are OEM. I have seen them used on front end lighting where the turn signal and side marker circuits come together and covered with friction tape. Total junk way of doing things...
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    Re: 92 Acclaim 3.0L ECU pinout?

    The Acclaim/Spirit with the 3.0 could have come with either the 3 speed or 4 speed automatic in the later years. Something that the aftermarket service manuals may not clarify when they condense...
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    Re: 1989 Voyager 2.5T Automatic - "Vanna"

    Good find.

    Minivans live a hard life and when those were new no one thought anything different of them. Just don't see anymore of them on the road anymore locally. Even the 2nd gen units are...
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    Stainless will be a local shop or buy the bends and weld your own.

    Every time I have to touch the exhaust its usually a last minute rush job, where I just need to get something thrown together...
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    Engine Re: Log Intake & Heat Shield bolts

    No tinkering person should be without one of these. Thread-Checker
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    The center and rear exhaust pipes for a P body appear to be discontinued. I can get the rear one going into the muffler but the center pipe is not to be had anywhere. The same pipe section for the A...
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    Between work, out of town and the weather I have been without a stick shift for almost 4 months. Still not done but close enough I can do a power up check tomorrow and see what catches on fire,...
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    http://i.imgur.com/oe6hUp0.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/PUyYykp.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/oTbfhzZ.jpg

    90% there. The spray paint is temporary to reduce the flash rusting because it is so damn humid...
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    Engine Re: Log Intake & Heat Shield bolts

    ARP makes a selection of universal application bolts with the reduced head diameter found on some automotive applications. stainless and non stainless, hex or 12pt head.

    Page 156 and 157 of their...
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    Inner rocker piece back in place.

    http://i.imgur.com/vCmMI75.jpg

    Cannot say enough good things about the Millermatic 211, it just works :)
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    Not hard, just time consuming.

    This car will never get judged at pebble beach. Sheet metal work is forgiving, steel sheet metal work and mig welding is even more forgiving. Start welding and...
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    Pulled the fender to get more room while cutting/grinding the crunchy stuff out. Also a good time to blow out all the accumulated leaves/twigs/ect that pile up inside the structure. While the fender...
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    The 3M panel bond is getting used on areas that are being worked. For overall recoating I have not decided what to use yet, most likely going back with conventional undercoating.
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    Got some more reinforcement added. Poured hard this evening so no outside work.

    All masked off.
    http://i.imgur.com/WxS86n5.jpg

    Bottom side. Note how clean everything is, why I am going...
  16. Thread: Connectors

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    Sticky: Re: Connectors

    Exactly.

    I converted the Shadow to use the same up stream sensor as the Concorde which is 9 years newer. The scan tool data stream is identical and the newer sensor is about $5 less. A win for...
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    Got more undercoating scraped off. Found a couple more spot weld locations that were cracked and floating. Got one side of the frame rail drilled for riveting. May do a doubler patch over it on the...
  18. Thread: Connectors

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    Sticky: Re: Connectors

    A 4 wire sensor is a 4 wire sensor, pick something common and newer like a 2003 neon and use the upstream sensor. The harness side connector is available and your not having to create a custom...
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    Top reinforcing patch fitted.
    http://i.imgur.com/zEXB3P6.jpg

    Same thing with the skin pins (like cleco's but better) removed. The numbers are the grip length for the rivets.
    ...
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    Re: High mileage chassis showing its age.

    If I did not DIY everything this car would have been gone years ago. As a whole it is 95% rust free, the 5% that is rusty is in the spots I have not gained the confidence to tackle yet. This new...
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    Re: Fixing the fan switch permanently

    Indirectly yes, I have a bus bar mounted on the strut tower that is fed directly from the battery (no fuse) and that cable is connected to the bus bar with a 60 amp MIDI fuse to provide circuit...
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    High mileage chassis showing its age.

    The ultimate can of worms just keeps getting better.

    The origin for all of this was replacing the blower motor as outlined in another thread "fixing the fan switch permanently" With the carpet...
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    Re: Fixing the fan switch permanently

    The power feed routed and installed.
    http://i.imgur.com/iq40IWR.jpg

    On the inside
    http://i.imgur.com/UQ3zCHw.jpg
  24. Thread: Ground straps

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    Electronics Re: Ground straps

    4469334AC look on ebay.
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    Re: Fixing the fan switch permanently

    http://i.imgur.com/boRWCSVt.jpg General tidy up and redo.

    http://i.imgur.com/ZIpTbayt.jpg The relay and distribution panel. Still need to add a couple fuses to replace the ones no longer in...
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