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capemustang last won the day on August 9 2021

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  1. Hello, I am having some issues with my turn signals/directionals. Previously, I had installed a hood scoop light harness. It worked for while but one the bulbs kept going out. I would jiggle it a few itmes and it would go back on. I jiggled it too many times and it shorted out. At that point, none of the directionals would work. I realized that I had killed the flasher can. The LED flasher can shorted (wires on the board melted). I have LED tailights (sequential if a specific flasher is used) and directionals. All headlamps, parking lights, taillights, brake lights, adn hazards work just fine. I put in a new LED flasher (non-sequential just basic LED one) and it would not work. I used a multimeter to check for voltage at the flasher socket by jumpering it. I do get approximately 12 volts. I put in the LED flasher and I get the same voltage. I checked the turn signal switch and found that I did not have power at the switch other than for the hazards. I disconnected the directional signal & hazard switch connector. I checked for incoming voltage—I have power to the hazards, horn, and flasher. I do not have any power for the rear directionals or the front directiaonal lights. I am at a loss as to where to check next. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions. I may post this on vintage mustang forum as well. Thank you
  2. Can’t wait to see your progress. Very cool.
  3. Thank you. I would like to buy one. Please let me know how you want to go about getting payment to you, shipping address, etc.
  4. Congrats! Looks wonderful!
  5. Oh, I am sure yours wouldn’t cost anywhere near that! I wish I had know about your parking brake switch-I balked at the prices for one. I finally found one from another year and modifying it. Just curious, how much do you charge for the parking brake switch? I may have to swap out my sad modification one!
  6. West Coast Cougar is usually a good source for Cougar and Mustangs. I have great luck with them. I saw your this on their website. They also have some great information on their website. I like the idea of the 3D printer. Nice idea. I found this on their website for the rollers for a 1969 mustang https://secure.cougarpartscatalog.com/store/p/15086-Roller-Quarter-Window-Used-1969-1970-Mercury-Cougar-/-1969-1970-Ford-Mustang.html?sessionthemeid=26
  7. I purchased a console from CustomConsole this year. I like mine but don’t think that is what you are looking for. However, there might be something on their website that you might like or they could work with you on a specific design. It might be worth asking them. https://classicconsoles.com/?s=&ymm_search=1&post_type=product&_make=Ford&_model=Mustang&_year=1969
  8. My 1969 came with the “Visibility Group” option. That optiongave you a parking brake warning light, interior lights, trunk light, glove box lock, ash tray light, lighted ignition switch, and a remote driver side mirror)-see an attached excerpt. My parking brake warning light had a broken switch. I was able to source one from a different year and bend it to work. It’s a simple switch that attaches to a light socket with a red bezel (these are hard to find). I am attaching a photo of the actually switch but not of the light and harness (can’t find it right now). The light is helpful because I keep leaving the parking brake on.
  9. That’s just wrong. I am sorry this happened to you.
  10. I meant to write this last winter. Previously, I had installed Led bulbs for the front turn signals in order to make them more visible, but still felt that other vehicles couldn’t see them well enough. I purchased and installed the VintageLed Daytime Running Lights on my 1969. I had some difficulty with one of the lights that had to do with my car’s socket. The connector would not stay seated in the socket. Gary responded immediately and talked me through the solution. Since installing them, the brightness is amazing as well as how well the lights work. I can’t say enough about how pleased I am with the customer service, the design, and workmanship.
  11. Thank you. It is the correct one-double checked with John at Open Tracker. He had a good suggestion.
  12. I was having an OpenTracker roller idler arm installed on my 1969 Mustang (conv. 302 manual transmission manual steering). The mechanic called and told me that he cannot get it to work. Something about the bracket not being able to be bolted (mostly the lower bolt). He said that the rest of the idler arm gets in the way so that the bolt cannot fit. They were going to try and take apart the idler arm to install the bracket first and then reattach the rest of the idler arm. I haven’t see it yet and don’t have photo. Has anyone had any issue with installing the roller idler arm. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions. Also- if only Installing two rear tires, why would you need an alignment if there were no issues? My thought would be no needed. Btw-I posted this on the Vintage-Mustang Forum to hopefully get some help. I apologize for the duplication if you are on both forums.
  13. Thank you very much for the information and the tips for installing it. Looking forward to seeing your future progress on your car.
  14. I’ve enjoyed following your progress. I have a 69 convertible ( Wimbledon white). I love the green, though . Someone has a green one beautifully restored in the houston area. I had a question about firewall insulation. What did you use? Mine doesn’t have any and it I feel it In The summer months. (Photo of green mustang is not mine. Mine is the white one and not as beautifully fully restored as yours.)
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