my h/b broke last month and left me stranded in the bx.towed it back home and had to wait for replacement and warmer weather lol.i used the dremel...with a carbide tip, drilled slowly into the neck,1 very small hole on both sides of the neck,used to long small metal screws to screw it the neck with washers.took my steering wheel puller and out she came.take ur time and watch when u pull b/c u might pull out the front seal.........the neck has the head over the sleeve. then used the same carbide tip to drill into the bolt that seared off.try and get it in the middle or as close as possable and half way,then take the same size ...:easy out bit: tap it in with a hammer,use vise grips and turn it the oppsit dir and the bolt will come out.if u have all the tools u should get er done in less then a hr.
I picked up a '90 SC for $300 because the complaint was the trans slipped. The car was used for towing previously and something was said about clutches being welded....turned out trans lines leaked and was low on fluid.
Drives fine in D, OD doesn't work. It only has 1st 2nd and third....a...
Hey there everyone, so my 95 sc when it gets warm and I step on the pedal the car will jerk hesitation like its struggling. But if I let off and drive normal everything is fine. Looking for answers. I already changed the cam position sensor and was told to change the ignition control module now...
I always figured the super coupe was a supercharged v6 until lo and behold on eBay appears a 1 of 50 made 1993 red super coupe with a 5 liter v8! Bill Elliot edition here right out of Georgia! This the only exception or were there more?
Just came from the Dyno.
Here's what I got:
238.1 rwhp @ 2900
371.4 rwtq @ 3900
The car is a '95 5spd with Under drive pulleys, a 10% overdrive super chareger pulley, MAC intake, 2-1/2 true dual exhust.
I've got to work on the 1/4 mile now!
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