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Re: '84 GT fixes
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- Date: 14 Jul 1995 08:49:41 -0400
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Yeah, that plastic piece in the seat slider often breaks,
especially when subjected to the stresses of auto-x.
An easy and inexpensive fix, but a dealer part.
On that air filter, start by removing the headlight and also
the flexible hose/bellows that connects the airbox top
to the intake manifold. Now you will be able (with difficulty)
to lift the airbox top high enough to slide the filter out/in
via the headlight opening. No joke here!