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danno last won the day on December 21 2020

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  1. This forum has a lot of power, and mentioning it should make a difference. You might also mention your displeasure is being discussed on vintagemustang.com, the other forum with a lot of followers. They should have better customer service. In general, these products from suppliers like this all fit correctly. I am wondering if something is unique about your motor that you are not aware of? Maybe you do not have the exact motor or parts that they are expecting to fit to? Be patient with them, and keep trying. Good luck getting it resolved.
  2. I did the converion of a 69 underdash and underhood harnesses from a non-tach to a tach harness. I know there are a lot of details that need to be completed.
  3. OK, now I understand. I would guess the e-clip was missing. I might have one in the box I just sent you.
  4. From what I understand, the conversion can be made. But for a concours job, it will probably be a challange.
  5. What in particular are you concernd with? I assume the wing nut is just on to hold it in place for shipping.
  6. come on, "cold weather"? You have no idea of cold weather. I am in Minneapolis. I need to chip the ice off the bathtub before I can take a shower. As I have a 69 Vert myself, I really appreciate others who value the worth. You are certianly putting a tremendous amount of work into this. I bought mine almost 40 years ago in Dallas, so I did not need all the work you did. I certainly would not have been able to put that amount of work into a project as you have. Great job! Put your son to work on it, he should enjoy tinkering with this stuff. I know I did when I worked with my Grandfather in the 1970 era. By the way, my car was originally the factory Green color, like yours. I changed it to the Factory Candy Red. Now that I see what the green can do , I almost regret it. Maybe some year I will return to green? Danno
  7. Randy, is there any difference between the underdash harness of 69 to 70? Do they use different connectors for the ignition switch? I thought there was a difference in under hood harness, but I am not sure about that either. I know the side lights and headlights are different, which is why maybe the underhood is different. Robster, can you describe the problem you are trying to solve.
  8. I think it is marginally with respect to talent, certainly cannot be the looks.
  9. you missed the bolts in the smily face
  10. As a person with a 69, I know how they work. I am not sure about the 1970. I put together a schematic of the under dash wire harness. It shows what every wire is and the color of it. The schematic is in 3 pages; left( everything to the left of the steering column), center ( all wires between the steering column and radio) and right ( all wires to the right of the radio). If you print each on a 8.5 by 11 sheet, all three can be taped together to make one large schematic of the harness. YOur problem sounds like it is in the left side. There is a solder connection in the harness above the light switch. This is probably what you are working on. It has a large black wire with a yellow stripe, a big yellow wire, and 2 smaller black wires with yellow stripe. Look at the schematic. I think you are working on the junction with a red circle. Let me know if this helps. MUSTANG NO TACH UNDER DASH MID.doc MUSTANG NO TACH UNDER DASH RIGHT.doc MUSTANG NO TACH UNDER DASH LEFT .doc
  11. The trouble is, I live in Minnesota. I will not know if it works until July....
  12. I have the same problem when the AC is on and stuck in slow traffic. I am going to try the 6 blade fan as suggested in the West Coast Cougar video.
  13. If you do not want original, I have a Ford radiator fan and clutch 7 blade 18.5 inch diameter 1970 1969 1980 1994 . Stamped with F4UA-CD 918684-J495. With this part number, it came off of a 1994 but will work on many others. 2 inch diameter 4 bolt mounting. 4 inches from front of clutch to back of mounting plate. I think it can be used without the clutch. I can verify if you are interested.
  14. In case you are interested, the electric trunk release from a 87 Crown Vic might bolt right up to your 67 to 73 Mustang. If it looks like this one, you are in luck. I know the ones in a 1985 Crown would, not sure about 1987. It is one of the mods that dozens of us on this forum have done.
  15. I will have a 1969 tilt and "break away" column. I have put together all the pieces and still need to do the final assembly and testing. I have slowly gathered all the parts needed for one, the last parts I needed I got off of a 1968 Tbird. I will be offering it here first when I get it done in February. So if you are in the market for one, stay tuned. They last one I sold here was for $550, so be prepared. It takes a lot of work to gather the parts. Trips to the salvage yards and finding individual parts on fleabay.
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