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Yes adding an additional Ground is also a good idea.
I did not use the black/orange wires either, the fused 4 gauge wire is fine.
I recall there being a choice of ways to wire that switch, override on or override off.
I believe the Canton Tanks have provisions for the stock low coolant sensor.
The 1993 Cobra came from the factory with 24 Lb Injectors, if you use the EEC and Meter from the 93 Cobra then you can use the 24 Lb injectors...
I would keep looking too.
I think 275/40s are the correct size for that wheel.
My service manual says a continuous light means the diagnostic monitor is either disconnected or is inoperable.
What code is it flashing?
Agreed, keep looking.
It is kind of a more modern version of old school muscle, the crudeness of it is an attractive quality.
When you change the Fuel Filter stick a couple vacuum plugs on the old filter when removing it as you will take much less of a fuel bath.
I would go ahead and change the cap, rotor, and plug wires, also don't bother buying any new fangled type of sparkplug as the plain old copper...
For the amount of money you will spend you would be better off getting a real 93 Cobra. The good thing about a real Cobra would be that most were...
Are the springs installed correctly, the pigtails front and rear need to be in certain positions.
Its cheap insurance to just use new bolts.
Glad to hear it is running again.
I have a Hobart mig, one of these days I would like to get a tig.
I was hoping he dumped the codes too.
That just doesn't sound right as the Stock Meter would have been 70mm, why would the previous owner swap it out for another 70mm. You should do as...