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  • dialh ·
    Sorry it has taken me so long to respond. I must have gotten distracted and forgot you were sending me one. I apparently did not receive it. If you don't mind could you please send it to me again? I will try to do better. I have gotten a '91 Mustang donor car in the meantime and want to use all of the parts from it that I can. It has an electric washer pump in the container that I might be able to use.
    dialh ·
    I am trying to make my windshield washer work also and your idea of using a small switch to control an electric pump made my day. I don't think it is worth the time to restore the old pump (leaking badly from around the plastic part with the nipples on it). I also can buy an electric pump from Rock Auto for $10 or $11 dollars. I really would like to have a copy of the wiring for the switch which makes this a practical conversion I believe. TIA
    Marty65 ·
    Well, that's much bigger than I need. I'm looking for something in the 1.02 or 1.08. area. Sorry we couldn't do business! Thanks for the offer though.

    Marty.
    Marty65 ·
    Look on the linkage side of the bowl. Under the accelerator pump rod you will see a clock symbol. The size of the venturie's is stamped inside of that clock symbol. It will usually be a three digit number. 1.14 as example.

    Marty.
    TnTsDad ·
    Any luck on figuring out how to keep debris out of the hood scoop vents? I have seen one pic of a car with that hood and a screen was inserted - much like the screen on the GT CS side scoops.
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