Last post by 5.0 tbird -
Little more progress today. We got the brakes shoes back together and bled, and I did some more searching for the fuel pump resistor wire. I unwrapped the fuel pump wires in the trunk and didn't see anything like a resistor wire. So I grabbed a voltmeter to check and see the voltage going to the fuel pump. I checked it in the trunk and under the car, and I had 13 volts on both not running, but with a battery charger hooked up so I'm thinking this car has no resistor wire for the fuel pump.
Last post by TheFoeYouKnow -
Yours stock MC is either 3/4 or 7/8 bore, where you're going to need a 1" bore MC. The booster swap improves pedal feel, and reduces the massive right leg workout you'll get if you use the stock booster. The SN-95 booster and Cobra MC in my car combined with my brake choices and the prop valve I used, give a very OE Cobra pedal feel. They feel neither under, nor over boosted. It could have only been better it I converted to all braided stainless hoses. It's like I stole Baby Bear's brake parts.
Last post by ISTLCRUZ -
Maybe try the Turbo Ford forum for the A237? The 140 speedometers are difficult to find now but do pop up from time to time. I believe someone had 1 for sale on NATO a couple months back?
Last post by thunderjet302 -
My condolences. No rush at all. My Thunderbird is put away for the season. Got 2" of snow here on Halloween and 3" yesterday. Car isn't moving out of the garage for awhile.