According to the factory service manual, a 4V wasn't offered on the 400 (in
a pickup) but I swapped on an intake from a '70 383 + Holley 600.
Rehabbed the crusty exhaust... dual exhaust w/ a crossover tube.
I converted to dual batteries (Interstate group 27 Workaholic), added 1/0
welding cable front/rear for Superwinch S3500 electric "wench" + jumper
cables (also 1/0 cable). The winch is on a cradle w/ stinger that attaches
to either the front spot hitch, rear receiver, or the front of my car
I'd love to find a set of brackets to add my 100A alternator... anyone have
a donor Cordoba equipped w/ 400 cid & 100A alternator?
2001 QC, 4x4, SLT Sport, every option available, competition
level stereo, Hiniker plow...numerous options to be added.
2002 Mercedes C230K
1983 Bertone X1/9, Recaro seats, 4 point harness, modified motor,
competition level stereo.
Way to many watercraft to even list.
Custom bike in the works.
Suddenly, without warning, Roy exclaimed (29-Sep-06 5:34 AM):
box... pretty standard, really, but rather well traveled - she's in her
third country now. I wonder if the thick coating of red Australian dust
counts as an option?
The only new addition is a moderate-sized console-shaped fridge for the
back seat (12v). That thing was great on our recent road trip, and'll
be even better as the temperatures rise to 40c (104f)!
Check the fuse holder on that van and see if the plastic looks like it's
been hot and/or the fuse doesn't fit very tight in the fuse holder clips.
If you find either one or both items, the fuse holder needs to be replaced
and the fan motor is at least partially shorted out.
I had the same problem on my D-150 and that's what it took to fix it.
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