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    Turned out great, nice work!
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    Thanks, Dave. I'm hoping for a test drive this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by falconvan View Post
    Thanks, Dave. I'm hoping for a test drive this weekend.
    Around here we're hoping for a weekend without a blizzard that the daytime temps stay above freezing! Take an extra spin around the block for me, ok?
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    Everything works great after a little adjustment. Just need to get the brake light switch mounted and modify the console to fit and I’m back on the road. (Again)
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    Beat once again. Once everything heated up; the noise is back. Has to be in the motor. Un—-effing—-believable.����
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    Crikey but that's bad news.
    All that work to replace the auto and change it to manual with the associated pedals and all it entailed and it turns out the problem was not there.
    I feel bad for ya mate.
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    Pedals and shifter look great and I'll bet it's going to be fun to drive with a stick.

    I've got nothing as far as whats causing the noise......might try a search of some of the message boards and see if anybody has run into something similar?



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    I dont know what Im going to do. Motor has to come out and i seriously doubt Its going back in after all this. Maybe I'll just cut a hole in the drivers floor and hook some pedals and a chain drive up to the rearend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by falconvan View Post
    Beat once again. Once everything heated up; the noise is back. Has to be in the motor. Un—-effing—-believable.����
    OH NOOOOoooooooooooo..... Dang that's frustrating! So sorry to hear that news.
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