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Thread: New to me 1994 SC 5 speed...Teal v2.0 :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 820 View Post
    I had to make the switch mount on mine. ( the plastic clip) my safety switch had been by passed and at the time I was not able to find a replacement. So I made one. I have since found the clip but have never changed it out. I may change this winter----- maybe. My bike comes first. I will read your old post. My car has some funky aftermarket alarm that had been hacked into the fuse block and other places. I thought maybe I missed something. But not since you are having the same problem.
    Can you post a picture of the switch mount you fabbed up?
    Current: 1993 SC 5.0L Auto Red, 1994 SC 5-speed Teal, 1995 SC 5-speed Chameleon Blue
    Old: 89 SC auto Twilight Blue, 89 SC stick Titanium, 90 35th stick, 92 Sport 5.0L stick, 94 SC stick Black, 1994 SC Auto Teal
    Also: 1992 Feature Mustang Convertible 5-speed Vibrant Red, 1991 BMW 850i 6-speed Red, 1994 BMW 850CSi 6-speed Red

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    My uncle passed, so i won't post the pic till all things go back to normal. Prolly this weekend sometime. It almost acts like corrosion or arcing on the switch itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 820 View Post
    My uncle passed, so i won't post the pic till all things go back to normal. Prolly this weekend sometime. It almost acts like corrosion or arcing on the switch itself.
    Dag, sorry to hear that my friend. No rush, I was just curious as to how you fabbed it up.

    I've got the ignition switch & CPP sensors on their way from Rock Auto...will keep ya posted.
    Current: 1993 SC 5.0L Auto Red, 1994 SC 5-speed Teal, 1995 SC 5-speed Chameleon Blue
    Old: 89 SC auto Twilight Blue, 89 SC stick Titanium, 90 35th stick, 92 Sport 5.0L stick, 94 SC stick Black, 1994 SC Auto Teal
    Also: 1992 Feature Mustang Convertible 5-speed Vibrant Red, 1991 BMW 850i 6-speed Red, 1994 BMW 850CSi 6-speed Red

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaifanSC View Post
    Dag, sorry to hear that my friend. No rush, I was just curious as to how you fabbed it up.

    I've got the ignition switch & CPP sensors on their way from Rock Auto...will keep ya posted.
    Thank you. I will do my best to get you a couple of pics.

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    long live the teal 5-spd SC!!

    love the care and attention to detail you are giving this car!
    keep up the good work! its inspiring me to put some more TLC into mine.

    so few 94 5-speeds around anymore, and hardly any are teal.

    here is mine - had her since Oct 2nd, 1997.
    unfortunately she hasn't moved in 6 years but this winter I will take the time to fix the problems and get her on the road in the spring!
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    This is the bracket I made. Hope you can make it out. I will take it off when I get the chance.

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    Looks like the pic didn't load. I hate this sh#$

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad94SC View Post
    love the care and attention to detail you are giving this car!
    keep up the good work! its inspiring me to put some more TLC into mine.

    so few 94 5-speeds around anymore, and hardly any are teal.

    here is mine - had her since Oct 2nd, 1997.
    unfortunately she hasn't moved in 6 years but this winter I will take the time to fix the problems and get her on the road in the spring!
    Teal Team represent! Too bad mine is currently out of commission. Had a close call with a deer during the weekend....bambi was spared but after hard braking I noticed the pedal went to the floor. Turns out I have a pinhole leak in one of my brake lines. Hoping to have time this weekend.




    Quote Originally Posted by 820 View Post
    Looks like the pic didn't load. I hate this sh#$
    Send me a PM I'll host it for ya.
    Last edited by CaifanSC; 09-07-2017 at 11:18 PM.
    Current: 1993 SC 5.0L Auto Red, 1994 SC 5-speed Teal, 1995 SC 5-speed Chameleon Blue
    Old: 89 SC auto Twilight Blue, 89 SC stick Titanium, 90 35th stick, 92 Sport 5.0L stick, 94 SC stick Black, 1994 SC Auto Teal
    Also: 1992 Feature Mustang Convertible 5-speed Vibrant Red, 1991 BMW 850i 6-speed Red, 1994 BMW 850CSi 6-speed Red

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    try again.Name:  1028152106a.jpg
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Size:  299.7 KB The bracket I made for the clutch safety switch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 820 View Post
    try again.Name:  1028152106a.jpg
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Size:  299.7 KB The bracket I made for the clutch safety switch.
    That looks a lot sturdier than the original bracket Nice job.
    Current: 1993 SC 5.0L Auto Red, 1994 SC 5-speed Teal, 1995 SC 5-speed Chameleon Blue
    Old: 89 SC auto Twilight Blue, 89 SC stick Titanium, 90 35th stick, 92 Sport 5.0L stick, 94 SC stick Black, 1994 SC Auto Teal
    Also: 1992 Feature Mustang Convertible 5-speed Vibrant Red, 1991 BMW 850i 6-speed Red, 1994 BMW 850CSi 6-speed Red

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaifanSC View Post
    That looks a lot sturdier than the original bracket Nice job.
    Thank you. At the time that was my only option. I think I may have even powder coated it.

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    Was able to move the car up the driveway so I can start working on the brake line leak. In the mean time I cleaned up the OEM air box & hose and installed it.















    All but the lower airbox has the correct F4 part number...the lower air box has an E9 number. But I checked the airbox in my 95 and it also has the same number...so I duno, I'll have to check on that. No motorcraft air filter handy so I used a K&N for now.

    Also will start looking into that reproduction "SC" sticker for the 94-95 SCs....and I recall seeing these brand new somewhere for a few bucks...just gotta remember where!



    Last edited by CaifanSC; 09-07-2017 at 11:19 PM.
    Current: 1993 SC 5.0L Auto Red, 1994 SC 5-speed Teal, 1995 SC 5-speed Chameleon Blue
    Old: 89 SC auto Twilight Blue, 89 SC stick Titanium, 90 35th stick, 92 Sport 5.0L stick, 94 SC stick Black, 1994 SC Auto Teal
    Also: 1992 Feature Mustang Convertible 5-speed Vibrant Red, 1991 BMW 850i 6-speed Red, 1994 BMW 850CSi 6-speed Red

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    Well I think I found my issue...I can't even tell where the actual pinhole is at. It doesn't matter.....I'll be replacing a good chunk of section on both lines.

    Also landed the factory ABS bleeding tool and will probably order a pressure bleeder for next week. Slowly but surely....working an hour here and there after work.



    Last edited by CaifanSC; 09-07-2017 at 11:19 PM.
    Current: 1993 SC 5.0L Auto Red, 1994 SC 5-speed Teal, 1995 SC 5-speed Chameleon Blue
    Old: 89 SC auto Twilight Blue, 89 SC stick Titanium, 90 35th stick, 92 Sport 5.0L stick, 94 SC stick Black, 1994 SC Auto Teal
    Also: 1992 Feature Mustang Convertible 5-speed Vibrant Red, 1991 BMW 850i 6-speed Red, 1994 BMW 850CSi 6-speed Red

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    I think I'm ready to patch the lines. If only I could find the bloody time.

    Last edited by CaifanSC; 09-07-2017 at 11:19 PM.
    Current: 1993 SC 5.0L Auto Red, 1994 SC 5-speed Teal, 1995 SC 5-speed Chameleon Blue
    Old: 89 SC auto Twilight Blue, 89 SC stick Titanium, 90 35th stick, 92 Sport 5.0L stick, 94 SC stick Black, 1994 SC Auto Teal
    Also: 1992 Feature Mustang Convertible 5-speed Vibrant Red, 1991 BMW 850i 6-speed Red, 1994 BMW 850CSi 6-speed Red

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    Slowly but surely....two nights ago in around 20ish degree weather i was able to cut the rotten chunks from both rear lines. Taped the ends together to avoid contamination and will shape new line using the cut segments, get the fittings installed and ends flared and get them all ready to splice.









    Last edited by CaifanSC; 09-07-2017 at 11:20 PM.
    Current: 1993 SC 5.0L Auto Red, 1994 SC 5-speed Teal, 1995 SC 5-speed Chameleon Blue
    Old: 89 SC auto Twilight Blue, 89 SC stick Titanium, 90 35th stick, 92 Sport 5.0L stick, 94 SC stick Black, 1994 SC Auto Teal
    Also: 1992 Feature Mustang Convertible 5-speed Vibrant Red, 1991 BMW 850i 6-speed Red, 1994 BMW 850CSi 6-speed Red

    www.mamn12.com for your mid-atlantic mn12 needs!

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