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Last Activity: 27-11-2022, 10:38 PM
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  • rider
    replied to 65 heater box has no resistor
    My heater box doesn't have the resistors for the variable speed but someone has hard wired the switch to the motor so it runs at high speed irrespective of the switch speed setting. It's an easy wire job, and messy in my particular case, to bypass the heater box component.
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  • rider
    replied to Hub redrilling
    Why would you want to do that when you can buy new 5 stud hubs if that is important to you?
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  • rider
    replied to Voltage regulator
    There is nothing that someone hasn't already seen on a Mustang:

    "the way i was taught was simply hook up a volt meter to the battery with the engine not running to get a baseline voltage reading.
    then start the car, if your reading over the baseline 12.8 to 13.5 ish your alternator...
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  • rider
    replied to 65 Rear axle
    You have 9" diffs and you have 10" diffs so they are not interchangeable without changing the entire rear drive, housing and all.

    You can buy everything for a 65 mustang new so a housing and shafts can be had for around 800 before shipping and taxes, then add around around 450...
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  • rider
    replied to 65 disc brake master cyl fittings
    Rock Auto usually have kits with a ton of fittings available. Or Amazon.com. You'll need to search out what you want exactly but here is an example from Amazon, delivered duty paid for $17.

    https://www.amazon.com/Muhize-15-Pie.../dp/B087H149M8
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  • rider
    replied to Starting issue
    There is no point trying to start the car until you fix the no fuel to carb problem. If you disconnect the fuel line at the pump and get fuel but then get no fuel to the carb then you know the pump isn't working. This will only be one of two reasons, a burst diaphragm or missing or slipping eccentric...
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  • rider
    replied to Gauge sensors
    I had to buy a couple of water temperature sensors before I got the correct sized one so its a sometimes a suck it and see what fits.
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