Help on removing something

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  1. Hicks

    Hicks Well-Known Member

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    Few things i wanna ask and clear up.

    1 For starters, the mud flaps under the front bumper, they are very small and thine and go up under the headlights. How do i get them out??? Some kindof rivet is holding them in, can i just pull them out or do i gota cut the rivet?

    2 Smog pump, how do i remove it? (I know i asked this in another thread already but if you get here first answer it here)

    3 My car started leaving alot of acces gas out the back... I dunno if a plug went bad or the seal is about to just die or what. But when im riden down the road i got a contenious amount of fuems coming out the back.

    And 4 How hard is it to hide your wires when you put a new engine on it? Scale from 1-10????
    Ill find the thread and read it but i just wanna know how long or how hard it is to relocate them.

    5 how do yall get them extra smile'ies??? lol...
     
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    Hicks Well-Known Member

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    Bump.
     
  3. JUICED

    JUICED New Member

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    in your sn95?

    and what kind of new engine? same? same wire harness?
     
  4. Hicks

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    347 stroker = new engine
     
  5. Red96GT

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    I heard it was pretty tricky and involves welding and painting. :(
     
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    its tricky...but it doesnt ivlove welding or painting.
     
  7. JUICED

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    i did it on a fox body a while back, its not as bad as youd think.. more time consuming than anything..


    1. remove hood, fenders, front bumper.

    2. route wires inside inner fender area

    3. cut/lengthen/re route wires as needed (DO THIS ONE AT A TIME OR YOU WILL GET CONFUSED LOL)

    4. weld/fill smooth holes as needed (most people dont do this step, but if you want too makes for a sick engine bay)

    5. paint engine bay if you did step 4..




    like i said time consuming, and buy a good sauldering iron if you are going to do this not a 29 dollar special