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post #41 of 48 (permalink) Old 03-14-2017, 06:59 PM
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off topic: sounds kinda stupid... but I always get a kick out of pics and videos where you can see and hear other members.
something about "knowing" someone for so long and then you see or hear them and it's nothing like what you imagined.

good little vid JKossa

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post #42 of 48 (permalink) Old 03-14-2017, 07:02 PM
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^ Thanks Bro!

So how bad was it for you..........lol lol.......


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sounded better than I expected, actually.

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Thanks again for the help folks! I got the air box and bracket all cleaned up today. Had a new filter waiting to go in. Also went ahead, like was mentioned, and got a new PCV since they are cheap. I'm still trying to figure what is what in this thing, not used to dealing with newer vehicles at all (I can get around the basics on an older motor, but that is about the extent of my knowledge). So will get out there in the morning and see what is what.
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Get the 1st edition Haynes Repair Manual if you don't have one already, cheap and less then $20.00 last time I checked.....lol lol


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Thanks again for the help folks! I got the air box and bracket all cleaned up today. Had a new filter waiting to go in. Also went ahead, like was mentioned, and got a new PCV since they are cheap. I'm still trying to figure what is what in this thing, not used to dealing with newer vehicles at all (I can get around the basics on an older motor, but that is about the extent of my knowledge). So will get out there in the morning and see what is what.
Um... you do realize that a 1991 Bronco is now 26 years old and thoroughly qualifies as 'older', right? :P
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Get the 1st edition Haynes Repair Manual if you don't have one already, cheap and less then $20.00 last time I checked.....lol lol


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Haynes manuals are best used as jackstand padding, IMHO. The actual Ford repair manuals are floating around and there are links to them here on FSB. They are far better than those ultra-generic Haynes manuals.
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Well whatever works for ya, it used to be a pet peeve around here if you didn't have a Haynes to refer to......lol lol......but things change and hope you get it sorted out.


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