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Re: 84 GT fixes/IA mods
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- From: PAUL SOUZA 202-260-6061 <SOUZA.PAUL@epamail.epa.gov>
- Date: Fri, 14 Jul 1995 09:45:00 -0400 (EDT)
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In regards to the '84 GT, I'll back all the recommendations
you've received from Steve, Bob, and Glenn.
Especially the removal of the headlight to get to the air filter!
It's just a few screws and a little manuevering, and alot of the
time I won't have to remove the intake hose from the air meter to
the throttle body (according to my wife, I'm Italian and I'm a
male, therefore I find the easy way out of everything....). I
pop the clips of the air box, lift up, slide the old filter out,
then slide in the new.
Plastic clips in the seat tracks? Yup, had to do those too.
Double jointedness? I am, but not much of a benefit. Be glad
there's no turbo! (of course I wish I had one.....) Those QTC
owners can tell you about tight spaces!
I also recommend the Bentley, though I have the Haynes as well.
Pray you don't have to pull the exhaust manifold.
'85 Coupe GT