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  • Fellro
    Fellro replied to the thread Distributor Oil leak.
    It also could be coming from the front intake to block seal area.
  • Beach66Bum
    Beach66Bum reacted to Fellro's post in the thread Vacuum with Like Like.
    Ported is for the distributor, manifold would be for anything that needs full vacuum.
  • 429Shortbed replied to the thread Distributor Oil leak.
    Almost positive or is that even possible
  • Fellro
    Fellro replied to the thread Distributor Oil leak.
    Are you certain it is coming from the distributor?
  • Fellro
    Fellro replied to the thread Vacuum.
    It would also be off the ported vacuum
  • 429Shortbed replied to the thread Vacuum.
    What about the vacuum coming from transmission where does it go
  • 429Shortbed replied to the thread Distributor Oil leak.
    I have already had distributor out and put back in a few times it is still leaking it is a new distributor.
  • Fellro
    Fellro replied to the thread Distributor Oil leak.
    Unfortunately it requires pulling the distributor out, replacing the o-ring seal, then putting back and re-timing. The oil pump shaft is a hex bar that goes into the bottom of the distributor and also needs to align back into the distributor...
  • Fellro
    Fellro replied to the thread Vacuum.
    Ported is for the distributor, manifold would be for anything that needs full vacuum.
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  • So put a 429 in truck has edelbrock carb on a Weiland intake a d I just need to know where vacuum lines go no power brakes and did I mention I'm not a mechani
  • I can't get oil to stop coming from around distributor area on my 429. What can I do or try.
  • I am a first timer and I am having troubles. Hello to everyone I am having issues with my 429
  • Beach66Bum
    Beach66Bum reacted to 98f150base's post in the thread Spark Plugs...PLEASE HELP! with Like Like.
    If its a 98 it's a 2valve engine the only advise I have is to start on it cold! the back two on the pass side are the hardest but if you remove the plastic cover on the fuse and wiring harness that's mounted on the fire wall and take all the...
  • Beach66Bum
    My Ranger is set up a bit differently, with welded nuts (sorta) on the frame.I did have to use a torch on at least three of them, but never broke a bit fighting with it.Only other suggestion would be to get an angle grinder and cut the tops...
  • Ludachris
    Bought a replacement switch from local Ford dealership. Also comes with the latest upgraded harness. Cruise control is working again.
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