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  1. A REAL Schematic

    While we are on the low fuel warning circuit, how can I check the sensor on my project 70 XR7's fuel sending unit to see if it works? Looks like just checking continuity between the sensor connection and case of the sending unit with and without submerged in liquid is not the right way. As far as remember, the sensor is soldered to the sending unit and only one wire coming out of it.
  2. You have a car right? Just make a mock-up from cardboard using your car, then transfer it to steel sheet and cut, paint, install.
  3. Phil, First 2 pictures below are from my 69 Grande (without vinyl top). I do not have a bracket like the one in your post on my car. But it looks like your bracket will do the same job my bracket does (which is to hold the interior panel) when installed at the same location as mine. The bracket on my pictures is the only bracket behind the interior panel and there are no brackets installed on the panel itself. 3rd picture is my 70 Grande with half vinyl top. I do not remember what the bracket on the 70 looked like as I restored that car over 20 years ago.
  4. Slamming Door

    One more thing, a friend of mine who sells Mustang parts told me that Steele makes the softest weather striping.
  5. Slamming Door

    Repop weather strip is not as soft as the originals. After a while, the repops compress, bend and confirm; give it some time, fit gets better.
  6. New Headlights Setup?

    Here is one that plugs to headlight connector that is for 4 headlights. They have some for 2 headlights too. https://www.amazon.com/4-Headlight-Wiring-Harness-Headlamp-Ceramic/dp/B06XJ771YQ/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_sims?ie=UTF8
  7. New Headlights Setup?

    Looks like the relay kits is connected to the wiring harness (not to the headlights itself). It has 2 connectors because you disconnect the headlight harness connector of the vehicle from main harness and connect the relay kit in between (one connector to harness going to the headlights, other to the harness coming from the main). So It does not matter if you have 2 or 4 headlights, the original headlight harness of the car that is still used with the kit has 2 or 4 connectors (depending on the car) for the headlights themselves.
  8. ~ 1969 Weatherstrip Retainers

    Stuff old rags on the channel and pour the liquid on it, soaked rags will keep the glue wet.
  9. ~ 1969 Power Steering Vontrol Valve

    Try the links below http://www.catalograck.com/ImgVD/SSB/A0725_A0725-1.pdf http://www.mustangandfords.com/how-to/drivetrain/mump-0210-how-to-rebuild-your-power-steering-control-valve/
  10. Manual steering box advice

    Hello Sam, still can't pm, so I'll post it here. Retirement is a big turning point in life and a lot of people feel useless after retirement, they panic and get scared. Key to a healty retirement is finding meaningfull things to do. Some people volunteer at museums etc, some get a part time job. Looks like you already have something in your life that can keep you busy; your Mustang you owned for 40 years. I feel satisfaction when I do something (repair, modification, maintenance) to my cars. I have some retired friends who keep busy tinkering with stuff and they say retirement is under rated; have some other friends that don't do much and they are miserable. I recommend you to keep busy and don't be afraid to work on your car. I read your post about the 3D printer you got as a present. I was wondering if you got it running? If so, would you be interested in a project? Replacement turn signal cam sold for around $10 is too flimsy and do not work (does not cancel after the turn). If you can print one that will work , I think there is a market for it. Also, I saw your post about overhauling front suspension. If you are going to throw away the old lower, upper control arms and spring saddles, do you mind sending them to me? I will pay shipping. I am looking at modifying upper to increase caster and also replacing the rubber bushings with Teflon lined bearings and rod ends but I do not have old worn components to experiment with. Good luck on your retirement, I can't wait for when I retire and spend all week in my home shop working on my project Mustangs. Ersin
  11. Manual steering box advice

    Sam, I tried to send you a message but got error stating you can't receive messages.
  12. Craig from New Zealand

    Looks like he masked for seam sealer. Makes sealer look neat and straight.
  13. I sent you a pm (I think). Let me know if you did not get it. Thanks
  14. I'll take it for $9.
  15. 1969 mustang Coupe b pillar

    Why not use the cut out of the original as a template?
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