Starting a new section of the blog covering my Mustang Coupe.
It’s the Labor day weekend and the expected temperatures going to be around 110.
I’ve noticed a “thunk” sound when changing direction front to reverse or visa versa. It doesn’t matter what the starting drive is.
This will happen when the wheels are turned all the way into one direction. I need to investigate.
This is a place holder posting.
I removed the driver seat again this time removing the seat cover. That itself was not an easy task especially if you’ve never done it before. The broken edges were in the direction of pressing against the leather seat cover risking the chance of cutting through. It took awhile but I was able to get the seat cover past the edged area.
You can see by bending the metal back to the original position it doesn’t look as bad. I’m going to have the seat frame welded later on today.
Since owning the Elco the driver side seat has always leaned back further then the passengers. Really didn’t bother me much until wifey sat on it and is sitting way ahead of me and it blocks part of my view to the right window.
I checked out the usual possibilities and it turns out it is a cracked frame. I just went through this with my 2000 Chevy 3500 dually.
I ordered a hog ring plier and a bunch of hog rings. I plan on removing the driver seat cover and determine what type of work will be needed for seat repair.
Today was the day for the much anticipated eclipse that supposed to sweep the United States.
We brought both oldies out tonight.
Starting it all over again. Ugh!
Thought about cleaning up the original wiper fluid reservoir. Nah, I could get a reproduction that is a drop in fit and did.
I even replaced the cap. One thing I noticed the hose was so old and a different diameter then the cap setup I have now. I’ll have to replace if I ever decide to get it all working again.
I took the Elco to work today. Thats about a 112 miles round trip. No squeak sounds at all. If this keeps up I may just leave it be and squirt silicon grease spray if the annoyance returns.