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Old 01-29-2015, 08:40 PM   #141
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That sucks man. So much work to put into this thing to have it break on you so much :/

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It does suck, but if he keeps a good attitude about it (as it seems like he is) it doesn't have to suck. He bought it for only $1,300 and it was in disaster-condition. Yes he is having to put a lot more money into it, but if he thinks about it as a "project" it's like a challenge or a puzzle, almost a game. So Austin - keep those spirits up! There's a lot of people following this thread who are rooting for you to rescue this poor pony and treat her like she deserves.
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Hmm I'm no expert but thermostat housing went maybe? Common problem on those 4.0s, happened to me (steam, thought it was the water pump).
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You just cannot catch a break with this car, can you? At least its probably just a gasket. Hopefully.

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Meh, I paid the shop $1,040 total for all this. I'm coming out on top in this big time. I didn't think it'd be anything too bad and it wasn't.

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It's completely expected. Based on how the girl treated the car, I'm not surprised by any of this thus far.

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It does suck, but if he keeps a good attitude about it (as it seems like he is) it doesn't have to suck. He bought it for only $1,300 and it was in disaster-condition. Yes he is having to put a lot more money into it, but if he thinks about it as a "project" it's like a challenge or a puzzle, almost a game. So Austin - keep those spirits up! There's a lot of people following this thread who are rooting for you to rescue this poor pony and treat her like she deserves.
Thanks man, it is good to hear that. This has been and is a fun project. Don't get me wrong, I hate that part where I have to swipe my card repeatedly, but other than the spending money part, it doesn't bother me at all. If I had infinite funds this would be even more fun, but as it stands I'm still less than $3,000 invested in this car.

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Hmm I'm no expert but thermostat housing went maybe? Common problem on those 4.0s, happened to me (steam, thought it was the water pump).
That's exactly what it was. They had ordered a supposedly better one online for me cause I asked them to do so, but apparently it was not a good quality. About 10 minutes into the drive it busted and started spewing coolant.

The girl met me in the Publix parking lot yesterday and in just a few hours we had another thermostat in it, free of charge for me, so that part was nice.

For now it's just a cheap O'reily's thermostat, since they were buying it for me I didn't argue. I'll look for a better one and replace it myself later.




And the good new is, after driving it last night and this morning, no leaks!





Drove it to work today and it seems to be doing well.
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Damn dude under $3k total WITH engine work? That's a hell of a save. Hopefully you aren't driving around in it and a diaphragm falls out from under the dash or anything haha.
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Damn dude under $3k total WITH engine work? That's a hell of a save. Hopefully you aren't driving around in it and a diaphragm falls out from under the dash or anything haha.
Thus far my expenses are:

car - $1,300
cleaning supplies - $20
having two tires mounted - $80
Head gasket and other engine work - $1,040

Total: $2,440

I can't complain about that.

And I don't expect anymore surprises on the interior. I've torn enough of it apart that I think I've found everything there is to find.

Next I'll be cleaning the engine bay out. Unfortunately I didn't get to do much yesterday as I was A) lazy, and B) it rained.
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Ever figure out wth is wrong with the rear axle? I remember it made noise when you got up to higher speeds.
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Ever figure out wth is wrong with the rear axle? I remember it made noise when you got up to higher speeds.
The customer said that, I made a trip to Jacksonville in it and didn't hear anything.
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Thus far my expenses are:

car - $1,300
cleaning supplies - $20
having two tires mounted - $80
Head gasket and other engine work - $1,040

Total: $2,440

I can't complain about that.
In addition to the wifey, this car is definitely a keeper. Enjoy it.
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It's always interesting to hear about the drastic change of care and attention a vehicle may go though with different owners. OP's car has done a complete 180. Hell, my GT was 4 years old with 15K and bone stock when I bought it. Now it's 35K with full suspension and cams 1 year later haha.
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All I can say is, Wow on the original mess... And, great job cleaning the Pony up...
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New issue arose, it rained pretty heavy yesterday, when I got into the car last night I looked over and noticed this. Bad news is, that's water leaking from the place the ECU is located.




I haven't actually checked yet but I'm about 99% certain this is the issue.

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New issue arose, it rained pretty heavy yesterday, when I got into the car last night I looked over and noticed this. Bad news is, that's water leaking from the place the ECU is located.

I haven't actually checked yet but I'm about 99% certain this is the issue.
When will it ever end? I hope that you are lucky and it didn't get your ECU.
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I'm pretty sure you are correct because there is write ups on Web about this common issue with s197. But it doesn't effect all just here and there.

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When will it ever end? I hope that you are lucky and it didn't get your ECU.
I don't think it did. I drove the car to work today so I could vac the water out. No issues driving or anything this morning, so I doubt it got the ECU. Today I stuffed a towel around the ECU to make sure that water doesn't get into it until I can get those grommets replaced. I have the part number already so I just need to make sure that's really the problem and then order them.

And these are all expected issues man. I'm not upset about it really.
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And these are all expected issues man. I'm not upset about it really.
You must keep telling yourself that you got a killer deal because I have to commend you on your attitude. Good for you.
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Eh, that's going to be a cheap or free fix, no biggie. Just something else on the pile of things wrong with this car lol. Still, the price was right.
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You must keep telling yourself that you got a killer deal because I have to commend you on your attitude. Good for you.
I just don't mind fixing this stuff. It's actually fun to me. As long as it doesn't cost a bunch of money. This fix will cost less than $50. No biggie.

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Eh, that's going to be a cheap or free fix, no biggie. Just something else on the pile of things wrong with this car lol. Still, the price was right.
bout treefiddy... No but seriously, you're totally correct.
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Yep. That sounds about right, things were going way too smooth.










Well **** sticks!

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Yep. That sounds about right, things were going way too smooth.










Well **** sticks!

Egr's are pretty cheap and simple to replace aren't they?

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Egr's are pretty cheap and simple to replace aren't they?

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They are, but it's very rarely the EGR that causes that code. More likely it's an exhaust leak, or a build up that's causing a lack of recirculation.
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Eh, I'd still give it a shot. I mean the whole top end was just off but who knows. Might just be a clogged tube though you are right.
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Well fixing clogs is free, so I'll go that route first. If that doesn't fix it, I'll replace the egr.

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Wow just read this whole thread, and I'm very impressed! Congrats on the car, and hopefully you get all these little bugs worked out of it.
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I just read this whole thread and I look forward to your progress.


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Got some more stuff accomplished. Went down to Jacksonville and found some Mustangs in a junk yard. Got some good parts for cheap!





Unfortunately I checked all 3 mustangs, and they all 3 had a broken shift indicator just like mine.



I got an alternator cover, the door lock grommet, an AC vent, and that black cover that goes over the lock and wires for the trunk.


Also, my grommets came in.



Got my 3rd brake light fixed. And thank you zip ties.



Cleaned off the underside of the trunk. See all the wires and stuff hanging...


Gotta clean up this piece.


Got the boom mat spray in it.


Sprayed the boom mat sound deadener and also got the plastic cover fitted in.



before and after pic



Pulled this piece out so I could spray the bottom of the trunk too.




Got it cleaned up so I can start spraying it with the boom mat spray. Unfortunately I ran out.


Got my lock grommet fixed.


Time to fix the ac vent.




Unfortunately, the ac vent I pulled was from the left hand side, and it does not fit the right hand side.

Took the wife's blow dryer to heat up and soften all the clips, and it turns out if you slide the exterior silver sleeve off, the inside black cylinder is the same.





So after getting the sleeves swapped...



Got my ac vent fixed.

All in all a somewhat productive day. Fixed the ac vent, got the cover for the trunk release and wires cleaned up and put on, got most of the trunk sprayed down with the boom mat spray, got my lights fixed, and the door lock grommet.
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Definition of late-model restoration lol. You should do a late model resto-mod hhah
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Definition of late-model restoration lol. You should do a late model resto-mod hhah
Just got my remote in today from late model resto.

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hah I hit that one on the head then! Definitely a sweet project
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Wow! This Mustang had a hard life! Good thing you only paid 1300 for it!


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Friday/Saturday
Got my remote fob in from late model resto last night.





And got it programmed today too.



Saturday/Sunday

Got a little more work done over the weekend.

Picked up a steamer Saturday and the wife and I got to peeling tint Saturday evening.



You may remember what the tint originally looked like and why it had to go. It was actually unsafe, couldn't see a damn thing out the back.





Coming off fairly well.




Sunday after church I picked up some of this stuff and went over the my buddy's house.

Sprayed the rear windshield down with it, it was ok. Bout the same as goo gone.


While that was going to town I took the hood off and went to town removing the cowl cover. That leak that was around the ECU, it was time to fix.


Cowl covers pretty straight forward, get the clips out and it just pulls right off.



And here we can see why it was leaking, one of the grommets had rotted so much that it just fell out apparently.



And it was a little gross so I sprayed it down and went back to work on getting the tint and goo off.





Came back and cleaned it all up


This is what the grommets should look like compared to one of the ones I pulled from my car. No wonder they were leaking.



After I had that all done and the hood back on I finished up the goo on the rear windshield. At which point I realized I'm apparently missing the cover for the child restraint thing.

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Lol, trip to JY for one of those probably. That **** would drive me up a wall every time I walked by the rear window #ocd

Car looks effing great otherwise. Its come a long way from the sausage/egg/cheese repository that it was prior to you getting it haha.
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With the heart and soul that you've poured into this beast, I can see it staying with you for a very long time. Anyone who ever gets the privilege to ride with you will surely feel the love.
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Lol, trip to JY for one of those probably. That **** would drive me up a wall every time I walked by the rear window #ocd

Car looks effing great otherwise. Its come a long way from the sausage/egg/cheese repository that it was prior to you getting it haha.
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With the heart and soul that you've poured into this beast, I can see it staying with you for a very long time. Anyone who ever gets the privilege to ride with you will surely feel the love.
Thanks guys. It's finally getting to a point where I'm excited about it, and when I look at it I can really see the difference.

This week I am getting the interior finished up. I should be receiving two more cans of that spray I used on the trunk today or tomorrow from AM, and I already have the boom mat for it at home. That's going in Wednesday, and I believe Tuesday I should be getting the seats repaired. Hopefully by the end of this week the only things I'll need to do to the inside are the door panels and the shifter.
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With the heart and soul that you've poured into this beast, I can see it staying with you for a very long time. Anyone who ever gets the privilege to ride with you will surely feel the love.
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