probabaly not. i know the 4.6's had one that was on top near the aluminum corss over which there was a whole discussion on if it was safe or not to remove you might take a look over there and see if that helps any
I do know that MaddMartigan ran without one in his 347. I don't know if he still does though, so I was hoping that others might have more knowledge. Thanks for the info on the 4.6 section, I'll check that out.
So I've been doing the MN12 Tbird thing now for over 10 years. I've had 2, and teenage drivers and deer just keep jumping out in front of me.
My first was a 93 5.0, the second was a junked 93 3.8 that I swapped the 5.0/AOD into. That was a chore, but it ran like a top. 70mph into a deer...
Hello to all, I’m new on this forum but not new to cars as I’m a 30+ year auto technician. I currently own a 90 cougar XR7 3.8 s/c manual trans car and a 91 T-bird sport that is a legit 50k mile car and had 2 previous owners prior to me and is in totally stock condition other than some mufflers...
been looking to replace my Steering coupler ( rag joint) on my 93 bird lx 5liter and cant seem to find any of the major auto parts chain that carry it anymore.
not interested in the steering U joint mod right this moment so if anyone has a viable source to purchase from i would really appreciate it.
wanting to remove fan clutch to put on UD pulley but don't feel like spending the money on the wrenches. Before I start can I just remove the four pulley to H20 pump bolts and slide forward to put in new pulley or do I have to take the fan off? Any help appreciated before I start at it. Later, Ryan
So back in Novemeber I bought myself a 92 Thunderbird Sport for about 1300 bucks. I'm working now on trying to turn it into an 11 second drag car AND fun to ride street car, and I've already got a roadplan for how I'm gonna get all this done. Issue is, I don't know whether to do it all at once...
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