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Nuts
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Did I see the word Goose mentioned here??? Ah well at least you're on top of it. I am still concerned about your ability to read an instruction manual though! Ok, spill it! It was H who really built that 67 wasn't it!


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Lol jacko the coupe has only ever read full once the rest of the time 3/4 when full.
only ran out of fuel once also so i'd say you should be right now Smile

If you keep going will watch with interest


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Hi Kerry
if you want the interior lights to control your indicators, I'll be up next weekend.


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Well jacko...good to see progress, I myself faced what I thought was a simple challenge, this weekend as you would be aware regarding my discussion re a dead alternator, well, can I say, Nuts is living up to his usual legend status. After replacing my brand new alternator with a nuts special, I am once again a happy pony rider, check your email.
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That fuel sender

Just returned inside from fixing the fuel sender. A new sender arrived through the week and this was the first chance I had to install her- nearly.

Jacked the car up and drained the fuel. This was not such a biggie as I ran out of fuel on the way back from the car show a couple of weeks back. Removed the circular ring clamp thingy and the sender more or less fell out.

Ò€œBugger, that thing looks newÒ€ I say to myself as a new looking sender falls out of the tank. If the sender is new and the wire connections are working, what else could be the issue? I will spare you the Γ’β‚¬ΛœNuts Q&A to Mustang fault findingÒ€ℒ and let the pictures do the talking.

Notice the new sender and two floats


You will now have seen that the float off the old/ new sender was having an identity crisis, thinking it was a sinker! Here is a better shot



There was just enough fuel/fluid in the float to remove any buoyancy. There was no sign of a hole that would let the fuel in. This will form another paragraph in my letter to previous owners.

I swapped floats from the new sender and reinstalled the sender. I used small dabs of rubber grease to hold the rubber washer in place while the sender was reinstalled. The new sender has been added to my spares list - less float.

Fuel returned and key turned. What a beautiful sight it was to watch that little fuel needle creep off empty. I think this means I now have a full set of working gauges!


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well done jacko 🍿


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Quite a common ailment these days,... saddly.
With any new float, heat some water and then force the float under and watch for bubbles.


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now you tell me... a good tip anyway.


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'67 S-code GT coupe, 'Pink Bitz' formerly known as 'Hookin' up a brother'
'69 M_____ GTS Fastback 'Blasted'

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How cool are these things!



I made a couple of new mounting brackets and used the same hole on the drivers side and a glovebox bolt on the passengers die to clear the flappy thing on the heater.



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'69 M_____ GTS Fastback 'Blasted'

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Looks very cool Jacko...where did you get them from??
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What a coincidence.
Ive had a pair of these for 6 mths and had a trial fit and wire up of them today also.
Urs look great.
Had a go at making some brackets up for mine but I like ur brackets better.
Ive wired mine in to the courtesy lights as I had none besides the door lights.
How are urs wired in ?

BTW, I also fitted that shifter light today.


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They look the ducks guts Jacko! Might have to get some and mount them on the outside maybe under the bumpers... Wonder how that would look? Hey Jack do a demo for me will ya?


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Medic: got them while looking for something else: www.ebay.com.au/itm/2X...3f23f2eed3

Michael: I wired them instead of the courtesy lights. I made them so I can easily change them back. The brackets were easy to make out of 1mm sheet I had left over. I made the p/side one longer so it would throw a better light.
Nuts: I had to do something to match your door sill lights ;-)


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They are very cool, i want some.


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scott66stang wrote
They are very cool, i want some.


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