Mine are functional and are all there, however the fake chrome on the beauty ring that surrounds it has seen better days. It's such that no one sits in the rear of the car anymore and it was probably years since I actually took a good look at them. I got a lot going on right now. Shoot me a pic of what you got. If they're clean we can work something out.
Anybody have a part number for the rear interior light housings on the sail panels, specifically the 87-88s? Probably something along the lines of "XXXX-13776-a".
Reason I ask is that the it appears that the trim surround and wiring on these didn't really change much over a 30 year span and the biggest change seems to be the type of bulb used. This may open up a lot of possibilities. Looks like some of the older late 60s-early 70s models use a type 89 bulb or equivalent. That'd probably be one you'd wanna use an LED in place of an incandescent.
ike the title says; I'm in need of the stock air inlet tube from a speed density 5.0 SEFI motor. Cougar/Mustang/T-Bird.... Must be the larger style one and not the one they made smaller on the '88 up Lincoln Mark VIIs..... Looks like this....
Last week, a guy who lives less than a mile from me wasn't paying attention, plowed into my legally parked and unoccupied Dodge, and subsequently pushed it into my neighbor's 2019 Honda Accord Sport that had 6 feet of space. Oh yes, my neighbor was actually in his Honda at the time to boot. I'm actually hoping they don't total out the Dodge because there's no way I'll find another decent 4X4 at a reasonable price around here unless it's 20 years old or has a ridiculous amount of miles on it.
Anyway, I'd been tossing around the idea of buying my friend's 89 LSC and we had discussed the topic a few days prior to the Dodge incident. A price was negotiated and we both figured to do the transaction after the new year. We sped up the time table due to the circumstances.
41K miles Brand new rotors, calipers, pads, and accumulator with 150 miles on them when I got it. 3k miles on the transmission. This car has been on here before Dave (My83T) owned it before my friend Mike.
AIR CONDITIONING - ELECTRONIC AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL (EATC) - SERVICE TIPS FOR REPLACEMENT OF REDESIGNED CONTROL HEAD - VEHICLES BUILT BEFORE 4/21/90
FORD:1985-88 THUNDERBIRD LINCOLN-MERCURY: 1984-87 CONTINENTAL 1984-90 MARK VII 1985-88 COUGAR
The EATC control was redesigned in April, 1990. It has a center mode button labeled "VENT" and requires a new ambient temperature sensor calibrated to match the new control. Using the wrong sensor will bias the interior temperature 5-10~ F from the set point.
If an old level EATC control head is replaced with a new level control head, a new ambient temperature sensor (F0LY-19E642-A), identified by a white plastic body, must also be installed.
If a vehicle equipped with the old level control head (center button labeled "A/C") requires a new ambient temperature sensor assembly, use (E4LY-19E642-A), identified by a black plastic body.
If the (E4LY-19E642-A, black body) sensor is not available, use of the (F0LY-19E642-A, white body) sensor will require installation of a new EATC control head.
I cannot confirm anything with regards to accuracy of that yet..... Still hunting for the actual source as the person who posted it didn't cite anyone or anything.
Sorry for the long wait. I actually pulled the In-vehicle sensor today and cleaned it. It was quite disgusting. It may even be so bad that it no longer works. I'm looking through the test procedures in the shop manual now.
Anyway, whether or not I'll need them does ANYONE actually know the part numbers for these or the Motorcraft numbers? I know they're quite difficult to come by.