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Old 02-17-2009, 09:34 PM   #31
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Sorry for waiting but i had some hardware problems...

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I'll take the wiring diagram that you have. Thanks for the help. I'll let you know what I find out.
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Replacing both existing OEM Sun Visors with 2 new replacements. Any information would be helpful.

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Hey Juno, you were such a fantastic help the last time on programming my remotes, I'm BAAAAACKKKK. Do you have a diagram for a 98 stang V6 3.8 A/C vacuum lines, or the vacuum distribution block? Anything on vaccuum lines in the engine compartment if the above 2 topics come up short. Dude, once again, you are the MAN! Thanks!

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I have replaced the calipers on my 02 coupe. The problem is I cannot get the springs to the e-brake on to the caliper any suggestions?
I just give you anything about replacing the calipers, maybe you will find out what you did wrong ;p

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HI JUNO DO YOU HAVE INFO OFR REPLACING ROD BEARINGS ON MY 98 COBRA VERT TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO GET THE OIL PAN OUT WITH OUT PULLING THE ENGINE OUT

What engine do you have?
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What engine do you have?[/QUOTE]

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Old 02-17-2009, 10:35 PM   #33
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Hi Juno, re the vacuum line diagram, the one you attached doesn't look right. In the vacuum distribution block on my 'stang, there is one port labeled "A/C". I am told this should connect to something that T's into an A/C cannister. I'm trying to reconstruct this A/C vacuum line. I will take a picture tomorrow if you don't find anything. Thanks again!
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:33 PM   #34
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Hi Juno, re the vacuum line diagram, the one you attached doesn't look right. In the vacuum distribution block on my 'stang, there is one port labeled "A/C". I am told this should connect to something that T's into an A/C cannister. I'm trying to reconstruct this A/C vacuum line. I will take a picture tomorrow if you don't find anything. Thanks again!
You got an 1998 Mustang 3.8 V6 Right?
Its nothing more about this
Just take a PIC
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yeah, 98 3.8 V6. I'll post a picture tomorrow
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Hi Juno, here's the picture:

http://flickr.com/photos/bmw2002/3291212571/

If you look at the lower nipple right above the lower hose, there's a small plastic line that is detached. That's the port labeled "A/C". The other end of that small line ends 18" away not connected to anything. A diagram of this block and that small line and where it goes is what I'm looking for. Thanks for your help!
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Old 02-19-2009, 12:29 AM   #37
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Hi Juno, here's the picture:

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If you look at the lower nipple right above the lower hose, there's a small plastic line that is detached. That's the port labeled "A/C". The other end of that small line ends 18" away not connected to anything. A diagram of this block and that small line and where it goes is what I'm looking for. Thanks for your help!
I dont see anything in OnDemand but i also have an 98 Mustang, and i will look tomorrow for it, but about what port are you talking about, the third one?
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yes, the 2nd one from the bottom will be labeled "A/C". and has that small plastic line. where does yours go? thanks!
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yes, the 2nd one from the bottom will be labeled "A/C". and has that small plastic line. where does yours go? thanks!
If the weather (Today it was raining all the time...) will be OK then i will let you know tomorrow afternoon
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I couldnt check it today - it was raining all day
Sorry
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