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this is something i also need help with. but i was also thinking of making my own door panels/armrest and doing the window switches in the center console, but that is because i've already done most all of the wiring except windows and door locks.
- Fri Jan 05, 2007 6:59 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: almost new starter bites the dust!!!
- Replies: 8
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i have to agree with everyone else. when i replaced my tranny on my 88 i was surprised to see a GM rebuilt sticker on my starter. a few months after that some of my wires were corroded and i had overlooked them, so i took the starter into Autozone and had it tested. the clerk that tested it was surp...
i took it out on the road just a bit ago, and i must say its been awhile since i've felt the great fealing of a good 3800 powered car. the car still needs balljoints and the windows wired. i haven't felt that rush of droppin the pedal in my T for quite some time. LoType- i'll have to dig through all...
i went to the local you pull yard the other day and found a 2 door harness out of a 90 for my T. i have the wiring harness in place and just need to tie up odds and ends and then my T should spring back to life and continue to put a big 3800 smile on my face!
thr thought actually crossed my mind . but it's a little too far to drive with a fullsize truck plus a car dolly or trailer. if my little 94 horse eclipse could pull a lesabre and i had everything i needed to pull it i would be down in a heartbeat!
i was just wondering it anyone has a complete wiring harness for the underdash laying around for an 88-89 T or two door. im in need of one badly to complete my 87 to 88 swap. thanks, Jake
hey Billy boy, does that include the complete engine wiring harness? i found a L67 in the yard but it had an interior fire which also got some of the motor wiring. other than that the motor looks decent.
well the deal didn't go thew with the kid. he changed the deal around. i may still get the turbo model though i haven't seen it since its been wrecked but a hundred bucks and a couple hundred in body work it shouldn't be too bad. most of the work i can do myself.
on a minimum wage job i need to save as much as cash as i can! o'm currently looking for a new higher paying job that doesn't involve fast or food. the plans for my car include ported heads and intake boring it out. if i can find them, higher compression pistons. i nice big cam and larger fuel injec...