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  1. Take it apart, get it nice and clean, confirm no...

    Take it apart, get it nice and clean, confirm no cracks in the fitting or the boss/adapter/tank, then coat the threads with teflon pipe sealant...the brush-on kind. Reassemble, getting it as tight as...
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    Nice! Thanks for the follow up. Ken

    Nice! Thanks for the follow up.

    Ken
  3. Thread: Intermittent Crank

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    Correct...key cylinder, and actual switch are...

    Correct...key cylinder, and actual switch are separate.

    Looks like this, and it's not too far down, right side of column:...
  4. Thread: Intermittent Crank

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    Glad you sorted it out - thanks for the followup!...

    Glad you sorted it out - thanks for the followup!

    Ken
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  6. Local shops use the same internals as the parts...

    Local shops use the same internals as the parts store vendors. Shop warranty.

    As for junk...I think some of that bad rep is from people not charging the battery on a charger first.

    Don't...
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    I'd expect original shocks w/miles on them &...

    I'd expect original shocks w/miles on them & exposed to the elements, vs. new shelf stock, to be different examples. But again, even used have value to some owners.

    If you can find any numbers on...
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    I don't think they have a shelf life. The seals...

    I don't think they have a shelf life. The seals only go bad when they wear, so... The gas is most likely nitrogen, meaning it is less prone to leaking. If you've every pulled an undamaged OE shock...
  9. See this thread for all you need to know......

    See this thread for all you need to know... http://www.sccoa.com/forums/showthread.php?132710-Recommended-Suspension-Bushings-for-MN12-s-and-FN10-s&highlight=bushings
  10. Not bad for original ;) Surprised they still have...

    Not bad for original ;) Surprised they still have any response left.

    At the least, you can jack it up in the front and do a push/pull on each wheel 12/6 o'clock then 3/9 to see if any movement...
  11. Well then...given the age of these cars, it...

    Well then...given the age of these cars, it wouldn't surprise me of there was some sort of backfeeding between those warning light circuits. I'd have to study the EVTM to know if that's likely, tho....
  12. I'd say it's not normal. When you say things look...

    I'd say it's not normal. When you say things look good, does that mean you eyeballed them, or the car was checked on a jack/lift to see if anything moved when it shouldn't?

    Car ever been wrecked?...
  13. AFAIK, in a typical fail, the light on means...

    AFAIK, in a typical fail, the light on means you're running off the battery. Might want to have the alternator checked.

    If the battery was low/dead, and the new terminals meant some sort of...
  14. These the ones? ...

    These the ones?

    https://www.supercoupeperformance.com/content/images/thumbs/0001305_35th-anniversary-leather-reupholstery-kit_300.gif
  15. Thread: Intermittent Crank

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    Can you jumper at the solenoid to confirm it's...

    Can you jumper at the solenoid to confirm it's ok?

    Check the multi-wire ignition switch down on the right side of the steering column. Unless you know it's been replaced recently, it is a prime...
  16. These images from previous threads might help? ...

    These images from previous threads might help?

    The red box in the one image illustrates a blocked off/non-EGR configuration. The tube end you circled in your image #2, is on the left in that box...
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    Something. If it's meant to help ground the DIS...

    Something. If it's meant to help ground the DIS itself, that corner is in the rear. Harness looks completely thrashed so, so anything is possible.

    Might be someone was looking for a tach signal...
  18. Thread: 93 SC Bird

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    See the info at this link:...

    See the info at this link:
    http://www.tccoa.com/articles/mn12how-to/arc/arc.htm

    Seems odd that it would be 'very' firm, tho. Is the ARC light on in the cluster? Any change when you toggle the...
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    What year SC?

    What year SC?
  20. James: Do you want to take the path of least...

    James:

    Do you want to take the path of least resistance and just bolt things back in, or do you want to try to make a '95 out of your '90?

    I think if you just stick to the built block w/heads...
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    Good process, good work. Gave me some bits to add...

    Good process, good work. Gave me some bits to add to my notes. Thanks for the follow up!

    Ken
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    Nice job! Thanks for the follow up and good luck...

    Nice job! Thanks for the follow up and good luck w/the SC.

    Ken
  23. Ouch, yep, acid...caught it just in time. Used...

    Ouch, yep, acid...caught it just in time.

    Used POR 15 in the past on older cars with very good results - it's good stuf:

    https://www.amazon.com/POR-15-45004-Gloss-black-Preventive/dp/B00H2VVL0S...
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    Pull the vacuum line at the FPR and check for raw...

    Pull the vacuum line at the FPR and check for raw fuel. Wouldn't hurt to check fuel pressure just to be sure it is in spec at all times.

    Go over as many vacuum lines/connections as you can, like...
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    Did you have any trouble finding a matching PCM?...

    Did you have any trouble finding a matching PCM?

    No codes now? Starts cold/hot ok? Obvious raw fuel smell out the exhaust or hear the pass-side headlight/fender? Looked for vacuum leaks?
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