Namely, replaced the number 7 injector on my 6.0, along with all the filters, oil, and adding the blue spring upgrade.
I had a feeling this was coming.
Hopefully caught a break. Found a “transmission donor” :
Dug deeper into the wiring and computers on the car this weekend (like I have been for a while now), came up with nothing. Everything is working like it should be electronically.
Just the one.
Finally got the car in to a competent shop to have transmission codes pulled. Got a code 41, which points to a faulty pack or faulty TCM.
Twice a year, west coast 348/355 owners gather to work on their cars, cookout, drink, and tell ridiculous stories. It’s not limited to west coasters, nor is it limited to 348/355 owners. There is usually a few 328 and 360 owners in attendance as well as at least one person not from the west coast. At the event last…
I guess we’re doing a clutch!
Saw one today, much like the one pictured. Dark green. GAH. The want is so strong. Post reliable engines to swap in and make the perfect automobile...
...unless I can fix the Mustang within the next couple of days.
I fixed my hood latch and made a new bracket for my horn. I also broke the connector that goes from the wiring harness to the horn. Don’t worry I inspected the connector and broken bit to figure out how the it was supposed to work.
Was my first time at a junk yard today, though it wasn’t what I expected. I mean I always envisioned the pull and pay set up, where as this one was sit and wait for someone else to pull the part for you. Either way, I got exactly what I needed!
But here’s the progress we’ve made so far.