Whatever fits the hose. :D
Ah. Well, that makes sense.
I do believe it is a rivet. That being the case, you'll have to drill it out, or grind it out from underneath. You...
Regardless of what it is, if you drill it out, it can easily be replaced with washers, bolt, and nylock.
Thank you for the idea.
Applies to more than just fuel tanks... :D
We wuz jus havin fun wit ya! :D
Glad you got it figgerd out!
Thank you. That looks like a 5/32 line.
Yes. Advance the timing by turning the pump toward the passenger side. Try just the thickness of a dime, first. Check out where the marks are...
Correct terminology is important. This is a good illustration of that.
I'll try to remember this.
Ah! Very good point! Thank you, to both of you!
I don't understand the confusion. Who would read "turn the injector pump up", and think "retard the timing'?
Check out the connectors on the trans. Make sure you haven't bent a pin, or something.
Can't help you with the selector switch right now.
But before you go and do too much to it, try turning the Injector Pump up, by about the...
So... Not a clue?
I kid you not... I googled exactly the same thing. Found plenty of discussions. (Scanning those took hours.) Found plenty of pics. Never found the...
Well done CLB! (I had a brain fart last night. I've actually been through this system myself. And going to have to again, because mine is missing...
Thank you! I searched for that part number for hours. If I could like that post a dozen times, I would!
Unfortunately, it now shows as being made...
Does anyone know the part number for that little plastic wedge piece?
Thank you. Bless your heart. :D
I kept wondering why you were asking about a stater. Wondered if you had an electric truck... ;):D
I know someone who did that. :D
Can someone tell me what all vacuum lines I have?
Size of lines, how many. Etc.
92 f250 7.3 NA
I doubt if anyone has an exact knowledge. Mine...
Well, stop wasting my time!
Er, I mean, I'm sorry I wasted your time!
Er... Hey, I learned sumptin today! :D
I really wish the pics still worked in this thread.
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