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Thanks. Yeah, I think I'll go the electric route too. Easier IMHO.
What size gauges are those, and did they bolt right in? I like the look.
Don't forget the oil. You need to drain any oil in the compressor. When using r134, you need to use the correct synthetic type oil in the correct...
Just my 2 cents.....if your going to be running a high output alternator, just make sure your wiring can handle the output.
The battery will never read 14 volts. A fresh battery that's charged might read 12.8 max. I think the 14 volts you are referring to is the reading...
Good for you! I like hearing stories where it all works out. Funny, some times you wind up buying car that wasn't your first choice.
There are honest people out there. It's just that if you're looking, you don't want to miss that opportunity, because it could be a good find. I...
How many miles on this motor? Have you taken a compression reading? If this motor has jumped time, all the adjustments in the world won't work....
What do you want for the tray and studs?
OK....How do you want to do this? Thanks!
Thanks! I couldn't do the pickup. I'm in MN. I have no idea what shipping would be.
Thanks for the input guys. I guess I'll wait and see what surfaces. You never know.
Looking for NOS oil pan. Nice used OK.
Are you sure that there's no engine issues after the burnouts? If there's nothing visibly obvious, I would run a compression check as a first step.
Not familiar with that scanner. I have Snap on and a Tech 2. You need to check with them. You might need a new cable also. Frankly, there's so...
Even the newer snap on scanners have that ability.
Yes. Live data is available.
Any decent scan tool will display data on an '81. You can retrieve codes, and see live data. If you get codes, diagnose the lowest code first....
Thanks much! It's nice to be associated with this group.