Just a thought. The Wires and switch you mention smell like a kill switch. Take a peek under the dash in them at area and see if you can locate a severed wire.
even better is to ask the PO if you have their contact info.
Props for slugging up and back on 89. I used to cover VT as a Toyota field traveler for about 5 years and remember that drive very well.
As for the alt...I found a cheap stock one on eBay and had Moseley Motors rebuild it to perfection.
My parents just visited and had an Expedition Max rental. That fat brick got up and moved with the ecoboost. I actually mentioned to my dad it would be great to swap into the 60. Anyway, I think you are blazing new territory with that motor in a 60. Personally, I would either want the diesel...
I have the same symptom that is chalked up to the EGR opening around 2000k rpm I disconnected it once and plugged the vac line with a golf tee and the hesitation was gone. Plugged it back in and now I just live with it. Worth a quick try to isolate it if you haven't already.
You must have the patience of a saint or I am just not doing this right. I've fumbled, cursed and generally been foiled trying to get 8 little rubber pieces into my door handles twice this week. Can you please share how you used the screwdriver to work them in? Thanks for saving me some more...
yes, the gasket is bonded to the insulator. Here is a photo if you visit city racer
Hey there. I just did a carb swap too. No gasket needed between the carb base and manifold. The carb insulator has a gasket built in. They are relatively cheap When you think about how annoying a carb base vacuum leak is. Here is a shot of my one year old carb insulator. You can see the...