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Old 08-02-2012, 05:46 PM   #1
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These say they are good in mustangs made after 2/25/95. Well guess what? Mines made in 2/95 but doesn't give the day. What's the difference between these and pre-February?
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Darned if I know. Maybe look them up on another parts supply website and see if they tell the differences.
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Darned if I know. Maybe look them up on another parts supply website and see if they tell the differences.
I looked them up on my parts computer at the dealership I work at, only difference between before 2/25/95 and after 2/25/95 is something with the button layout, I told him I'd gamble and buy them, worst that will happen is he has to re-eBay them, and the old switches (before) 2/25 are discontinued
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I looked them up on my parts computer at the dealership I work at, only difference between before 2/25/95 and after 2/25/95 is something with the button layout, I told him I'd gamble and buy them, worst that will happen is he has to re-eBay them, and the old switches (before) 2/25 are discontinued
A switch is a switch as long as they are made for the same purpose.
At the very worst you might have to rewire or replace the connector that plugs into it. I think it will or can be made to work fairly easily.
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I ordered them. Worst case I'll be out $30+.
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I ordered them. Worst case I'll be out $30+.
If they will physically fit, we can make them work.
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haha gotta love the positive thinking of TH
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haha gotta love the positive thinking of TH
It works too. You'd be amazed at some of the stuff I have made work or concocted over the years. Ever bolt up and connect a 4 speed behind an auto tranny before? I have and it actually worked right up until the torque multiplication blew it apart.
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It works too. You'd be amazed at some of the stuff I have made work or concocted over the years. Ever bolt up and connect a 4 speed behind an auto tranny before? I have and it actually worked right up until the torque multiplication blew it apart.
??? Explain. What for? What on? And was it cool?
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??? Explain. What for? What on? And was it cool?
On a 59' Ford pulling truck a buddy and I built.
C6, farmer box 4 speed, 1.5 ton 6.15 gear rear axle powered by a 429 Thunder Chicken engine.
Yes, it was cool right up until it spit its guts out on the track.
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