I have a kit here, I have always had issues getting the 90's in the block at the correct angle.
Am I correct that the 1994 has 3/8 not fittings out of the block?
Seems there isn't a lot of room between the block and the exhaust manifold.
I remember using several different wrenches to tighten...
2016 Ford F-250 Super duty 6.7 Platinum.
Got tires today.
Any opinions on what to buy for parts?
Need brake pads. The rotors look good.
The right lower tie rod end is loose.
Have an oil coated oil pan. What are the likely suspects?
Wife's truck. She's never checked the oil, so I have no...
I thought all he had was the pipe thread 90's
I've installed 4 or 5 of these kits.
I was looking for better 90's coming out of the block.
I always had a lot of trouble getting them tight. And it will probably be a lot harder for me now
I don't even know what a double din radio is.
I searched it and I'm still not sure. Saw a bunch for sale though.
I have a set here. I believe From Leroy.
I'm not sure which vehicle it was for. So I may need elbows to go to the block on the 1994 K3500.
Somebody somewhere once mentioned elbows that could thread in and had a lock nut or something to keep them pointed the right direction?
Does anybody know...
Yep. The factory wiring is bare minimum or undersized on about everything.
Some can be augmented, others replaced with a bigger wire.
I generally add another OEM alternator wire to the other battery.
I haven't been up grading the power center wires until recently. It's a very good idea.
Engine shouldn't die without the lift pump. The lift pump is flow through on fail.
But the fuel pressure gauge should tell you what's going on.
My 1994 is a mess of added inline fuses - partially my doing and partially the previous owner when he added gauges.
There's a red 10 ga. wire folded...
Cracking the T valve can let you suck air unless the lift pump is running.
It's very important you get the lift pump relay upgrade on a 1995 and older. It'll save you grief immediately or sometime in the future.
Buy Leroys. Or make your own. If you make your own, make it plug and play like...