Sure did Neil and it was a blast to drive. Didn't stop or steer for shit but
when you stood on the loud pedal you'd better be ready.......lol. Let's hear
about yours.... Don't still have it do you?
My wife had one before we got married.
IIRC (I tried to forget that car) it was a 72, a wagon, red.
I spent -way- to much time fixing that thing, the head gasket
always knew to blow in the winter, didn't have indoor work space
so I had to beg and borrow a warm place to do it.
I wanted to swap in an aluminum Buick 215 V-8 but the body
dissolved before I ever got the chance.
FORD's = Found On Road DEAD, Fix or Repair Daily, Factory Ordered Road Disaster,
Factory Ordered Rebuilt Dodge, For Only Retarded Drivers,
Ford Only Rolls Downhill!!!
try this -- take a large hammer and hit the rear bumper hard -- guess what
Air bags only deploy at a variable velocity based on weight detected
in front seat(s) and distance between passenger and steering column as
measured by electric-seat motor monitoring equipment. So nothing will
happen, except you will get a police ticket for criminal damage to
property. Or maybe you will trigger fuel inertia switch, which is
re-settable in all of about 3 seconds.
Can Hear Every Valve Rap On Long Extended Trips
Cheap, Hardly Efficient, Virtually Runs On Luck Every Time
did u know 80 percent of chevys are still on the road... the other 20
percent made it home
I have not seen any vehicles with 100 psi fuel press. before. If this
is the press. then check the fuel return line for kinks or the pressure
regulator. As for changing the fuel filter. I slowly loosen the the
line connections and get out of the way while the pressure bleeds down.
Do make sure there are not hot lights or flames nearby!!!! Then I
replace it. I then turn on and off about 4 times the ign. key to
pressure up the system and start it.
On 9 Feb 2005 16:33:50 -0800, email@example.com wrote:
All other responses aside, wrap a rag around it. You'll get an ounce
at most. Geez! The girlies that post here......
"When a legislature undertakes to proscribe the exercise of a citizen's
constitutional rights it acts lawlessly and the citizen can take matters into
his own hands and proceed on the basis that such a law is no law at all."
- Justice William O. Douglas
Yeah, on both my '88 Safari and my '99 Yukon I just unscrewed the filter and
caught the little bit of gas with a rag. No big deal. The OP should use
two wrenches though, one on the filter hex and one on the fuel line nut, not
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