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    • B RON CO
      Hi, one cause of the pulling problem could be if the small primary brake shoe and larger secondary shoe are in the wrong position. The...
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      B RON CO replied to the thread New bronco wave?.
      Hi, I'll give a quick nod or a wave to other people out in their classic when I am in one of my classics. I won't even look at people in...
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      Hi, are you sure there is enough fuel in the tank? I would hate to find out it is just low on fuel, and I would also hate to add fuel to...
    • B RON CO
      Hi, can you scan codes? If you don't have a fuel pressure gauge you can depress the schrader valve with a small tool. If there is fuel...
    • B RON CO
      Hi, you don't need to turn the battery around. The point is, stick with red for positive cables and black for negative cables. Keeping...
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      Hi, what the !@#$ is goin' on? I'm sure you know there is trouble with the cables. Besides that, make sure the polarity is correct...
    • B RON CO
      Hi, I like the broken flex plate idea. Some Fords have a reinforcement ring behind the flex plate, some do not, so if you do not have...
    • B RON CO
      Hi, none of the things in the picture should prevent your starter from spinning. I would double check and clean all the connections...
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      B RON CO reacted to 1970 Palmer's post in the thread 170cid spark plug gap? with Like Like.
      Just a FYI. New plugs might be correctly gapped at the factory. But they still need to be checked for the correct gap "Before...
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      B RON CO reacted to Geiri's post in the thread 170cid spark plug gap? with Like Like.
      Upgrade: I found a spark plug with smaller gap and corrected it. All is good now :) Thank you for the help
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      B RON CO replied to the thread 170cid spark plug gap?.
      Hi, if you have the original points and condenser ignition the gap should be .035. Double check the firing order. Did you do anything...
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      B RON CO replied to the thread Cylinder #4 not firing no spark.
      Hi, if it is not the spark plug, try another wire on that cylinder. If the cylinder is still missing I would run a compression test...
    • B RON CO
      Hi, I installed a Vintage Air system on my 66 Mustang, with factory power steering. I did not need to touch the power steering pump...
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      B RON CO replied to the thread Headlight/electronic help.
      Hi, unless there was power on in the bulb socket, I don't see how your helper could have caused a short. Have you checked for current at...
    • B RON CO
      Hi, did you move the front end over to center it before the new alignment? The toe is the easy adjustment. I would ask for .15* on each...
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