good morning fe, looking more into the shift lever and plunger i was able remove the plunger it was very loose dont think it should pull right out of the valve body should it? but the plunger appears to be bent dont think this is good either your thoughts kind sir?,tmac5019
dear fe had the pan down and found that the manual shift lever did not seem two be moving any thing is possible that it jump out of location on the detent plunger and if so what position should it be in thanks ,tmac5019
Hey, Gary. Got A Q for you. got my door glass back in, cleaned and regreassed the tracks and rollers, but now I can easily push down the windows from the outside. what keeps the windows from doing this? It did this before, but now that she's all greased up, it's even easier.
Also, Im getting paint buffed and polished next saturday, and wonder what your doing next sunday? Would like to meet you, check out your shop?
How do I remove the fixed pins that align the two pieces on the steering column that hold the rag coupling? The pins turn with a vice grip but they do not unscrew. They appear to be pressed in. Any ideas?
A guy at work has a 65 mustang coupe. He said it's all there but it not all together they took it apart to put in new floor pans , it has a new gas tank . a 289 auto tranny . It was running when the master cylinder went out 5 years ago. He said it has 4 lugs ,so the 289 isn't the original engine . He said he primed the inside while everything is out, I'm not into stangs .I haven't seen it . he's asking 800.00