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Discussion in '1965 - 1973 Classic Mustangs -General/Talk-' started by 66FM, Jun 7, 2014.


  1. 66FM

    66FM New Member

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    So we all have to start somewhere right. I got my first mustang as a gift from my wife 2 years ago and am finally able to get started.
    It has-
    I6 200, C4 cruise-o-matic, all matching original.
    What I'd like to do-
    Updated suspension, steering, rear axle, engine/trans, brakes, ect.

    So my first questions starts with the danm COM. So when I brought the car home it did ok. After a while it got weaker n weaker. I barley got it on the trailer for our move. N.E.way. I figured the trans needed a lil luvin and did a rebuild, now I have NO engagement what so ever. I used all the new seals/gaskets/clutch packs given (minus a VB gasket cause it did not come in the pack). I was carefull to reassemble it properly but that dnt mean I dnt do something wrong, or that there may be more wrong with it. Now ive been on dozens of threads for info and most get side tracked be for they come up with an answer. So im gana start from scratch.
    Please help. Thanks in advance
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  2. TuneUpsNSuch

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    First quick test is to unhook the intercooler pipes at the radiator, point 'em into a bucket and start the car for a few seconds. There ought to be fluid pumping out one of the lines. This will give us a direction to go in.
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    horse sence Please don't call me Mom SN Certified Technician

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    Moved you over to Classic talk .Welcome to Stangnet :welcome:
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    I have a inline 66 as well. What kind of engine/trans you looking on upgrading to. Any pics if your car??
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  5. flstang65

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    I concur on cheking to see if there is fluid moving through the thing.
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