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  1. Part numbers should also reference length, which...

    Part numbers should also reference length, which is what you really want to know:

    Stock belt lengths - examples only, actual length may vary slightly by manuf.:

    Supercharger - 39.17"
    ...
  2. Might want to check the part numbers to confirm...

    Might want to check the part numbers to confirm they're the right belts.
  3. I searched here & the factory manual, and after...

    I searched here & the factory manual, and after going thru several threads and studying photos of engines, I learned they apparently differ by location and tension & came up with the following info:...
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    If you run a 180 stat, you should also use a...

    If you run a 180 stat, you should also use a chip that allows modified fan turn-on temp etc. Feel free to search for those threads.

    Ken
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    Got it, thanks. My opinion is yes, in that...

    Got it, thanks.

    My opinion is yes, in that example, with a properly maintained car, it can handle it.

    If a car boils out in that example, something basic needed fixing before you went out.
    ...
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    What's the question? Street driving as your...

    What's the question? Street driving as your original question seemed to indicate, or track runs, which it seems you're on to now...? Sorry if I didn't take the original hint ;)



    A mod'd car...
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    According to my data using my '90 Anny with...

    According to my data using my '90 Anny with everything cooling system replaced except for the heater core and an aluminum radiator, I think your numbers are dead on normal.

    As long as your system...
  8. Thread: Cruise Control

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    I don't think I see the ignition switch in your...

    I don't think I see the ignition switch in your images.


    Looks like this:
    https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/814QAR+bH9L._AC_UY218_.jpg

    Bolted to the side of the steering column with...
  9. Thread: Cruise Control

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    Have you removed the horn pad on the steering...

    Have you removed the horn pad on the steering wheel and verified those connections are healthy? Horn works ok?

    Going back to your A/C, you found a loose connector, as I recall - has the dash been...
  10. Thread: 1990 Cougar XR7

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    5 mm for the bolts holding the crank sensor to...

    5 mm for the bolts holding the crank sensor to the bracket.
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    Ouch - glad you found it before it went south.

    Ouch - glad you found it before it went south.
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    Got it, thanks. I'd do low hanging...

    Got it, thanks.

    I'd do low hanging fruit...wheel balance - might mention you're chasing a vibration and ask them to look close.

    You could get the rear off the floor, with the wheels at same...
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    You started out chasing a vibration at that...

    You started out chasing a vibration at that corner of the car, as I understand it.

    You decided is wasn't the wheel bearing, then went after the upper bushing, now it's worse - does that sum it up?...
  14. Could be a number of things, from worn plugs, to...

    Could be a number of things, from worn plugs, to vacuum leaks, to failing IAC, etc.

    Something you can try that won't cost more than a can of spray carb cleaner, is to remove the black rubber air...
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    Step-by-step... When I did my headgaskets in...

    Step-by-step...

    When I did my headgaskets in 2018, I had over 2 dozen other things I wanted to deal with that I kept putting off until I was in that far. Added to the repair costs a tad, but I...
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    I want to say I used a deep 13mm on the stud. ...

    I want to say I used a deep 13mm on the stud.

    Suggest you remove the wiper motor assembly to help overall access.

    Is that the EGR tube in the red square?

    P I T A, yes. Right up there with...
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    When I said the regulator should come away easy,...

    When I said the regulator should come away easy, I meant as part of the fuel rail, once the stud is removed. And just to stay on the same page, red in your drawing is heater hose/coolant. Blue is...
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    There is just one vacuum line leading to the...

    There is just one vacuum line leading to the regulator, should be easy to reach and not an impediment to removing the regulator - flexible, sure, durable, usually. Just don't go crayCray yanking on...
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    Heated Seats ~ Anny

    Decided to skin the driver's seat for worn bolster repair*, and occupancy sensor install, and thought it would be a good time to add a seat heater kit. Might do a write-up later, but for...
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    What gap? Is there an issue, or are you just...

    What gap?

    Is there an issue, or are you just curious...
  21. Right; prices look down from when I replaced...

    Right; prices look down from when I replaced mine. Been a while, tho, and figured if anything, they'd have gone up. All the more reason to buy best, if you can find them...and another reason to not...
  22. Recommend replacing the upper control/a-arm...

    Recommend replacing the upper control/a-arm assemblies, instead of just the ball joint(s).

    Such as:...
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    I would take the $40k policy thru Grundy, and...

    I would take the $40k policy thru Grundy, and then do like a lot of corvette owners...self-insure for the difference.
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    Sorry, other than fudding with them in place, no.

    Sorry, other than fudding with them in place, no.
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    For the fuel pressure regulator at the back of...

    For the fuel pressure regulator at the back of the head, there is a stud w/fixed nut/nut stack. The outer most nut on the stud clamps a heater hose bracket/clamp, then with those out of the way,...
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