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I suspect a weak, worn or otherwise faulty clutch fork. Did you have a good look at it while changing the other parts?
Gotta learn smetime, it's not a difficult job
I'll move this over to the appropriate section where you'll get some assistance
I'd swing by your local engine builders shop and have them take a look. They will be able to tell right away if its salvageable.
Start by checking all fuses. There's some good wiring diagrams located at this site Mustang FAQ - Wiring & Engine Info I'm guessing you may need...
Hope they got you sorted out. Welcome aboard
wow, thats a great pic to save
I had one mounted under the pass seat years ago. Worked fine
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shop is looking great btw, did I miss it or do you have a name lined up?
trade you some mustard :D
great platform to start modding, welcome back
Willie did the tuning on my old turbo fox, highly recomended
my little AMG pulls hard up through 160 when I let out of it
been in hibernation for a while, looking great Jeff!
This site hasgood pricing on the Scotrod panels
1979-1993 "Fox" Inner Fender Panels, straigh Aluminum Install with Pop Rivets
I may also have...
for a foxbody? no