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      SC-AL replied to the thread Engine cuts out at WOT.
      I always diagnose first, and do the repairs second. My customers hate it, when I do it the other way around. My 89 5spd would surge, and...
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      Does the supercharger bypass lever move, when you snap open the throttle, and give it a quick rev?
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      SC-AL replied to the thread Transmission problem.
      Since you have a 1995, then it's a 4R70W trans. Check the fluid level, with the engine running. If OK, then find a good, but reasonable...
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      Remove the oil fill cap, and check for blowby, while giving the throttle a couple of snaps. Then with the cap still off, pull the PCV...
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      SC-AL replied to the thread Rough idle.
      What scanner information do you have? Cylinder balance test? Is the vacuum low? Is it a misfire? When the engine mounts collapse, The...
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      SC-AL replied to the thread Help with Suspension.
      You will get a flashing "firm ride" light. Many people have disconnected the system Do a search.
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      I've made minor repairs in the last month or so to my 1989 5spd: 1). Added new downpipes, and 2-1/4" id to 2" od reducers, using...
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      SC-AL replied to the thread SC Head Gasket Failure.
      Drive more, worry less. My 90 auto has 172K miles. Never did anything but regular service. Original plug wires, and a set of plugs at...
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      SC-AL replied to the thread Fuel Pump Wire 1990 Thunderbird SC.
      I had to go to my 1990 engine/emissions manual, to get an actual connector drawing. The factory wiring schematic that "jco1386" posted...
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      SC-AL replied to the thread Exhaust options.
      Looks good. How long ago did you order it?
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      SC-AL replied to the thread Air Bag Code 34.
      OK, I'm now getting the rest of the story. Well, next time I try and help someone with diagnostics, I hope I have better results, also. ;)
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      SC-AL replied to the thread Air Bag Code 34.
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      SC-AL replied to the thread Air Bag Code 34.
      It should be 2.5 Ω between the 2 terminals at the clockspring connector, where the airbag plugs in. shorting bar needs to be open, also.
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      SC-AL replied to the thread Air Bag Code 34.
      You covered it quite well. With the airbag removed, check the resistance at the clockspring, (shorting bar removed), and see what you...
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      SC-AL replied to the thread Air Bag Code 34.
      This is copied from a paid professional site I belong to. I have always used a 2.2 ohm resistor, in place of the air bag. There are 2...
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