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Well, after two hours of wrestling with this fan shroud, I finally got the sucker mounted properly. Tip: if you start the attaching screws bottom right first, it goes more easily. No, this was not my initial order of installation. Try version four. I also replaced my coil with a Flame Thrower one, and mounted it in the proper place (thanks, Bob Mannel.) Now if I could only localize this vacuum leak.

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Doc, you have to have an old stethyscope laying around; that may be the ticket to finding your vacuum leak. I use one quite often actually for lots of unusual noises coming from the car. The first time the wife caught me using it on my Mustang she gave me the "we need to talk" routine.
 
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I hadn't thought of that. As a matter of fact, there's one in the backseat of the Mustang. I may have been missing the forest for the trees again.

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LOL

~Chris
San Antonio, Tx
66 coupe 289
70 fastback done by may/graduation...hopefully
 
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