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  1. wokko

    Clutch Fan

    Just an update pulled water pump off as it was leaking full of silicon as a gasket and O ring for return heater pipe Not sure what people are thinking, all that time ripping off belts,fan and water pump albeit draining fluid (dirty/greasy job) and can't go down and spent $8 from repco/supercheap for a gasket/O ring But all is well it has a brand new water pump and I have a spare one if I get another falcon.
  2. wokko

    Clutch Fan

    Cheers Guys all sorted, came off quite easy with a longer spanner did find a broken 10 mm bolt on water pump pulley so glad I did this
  3. wokko

    Clutch Fan

    Kool, thank you I'll give it a go tonight if I get home before it gets dark otherwise tomorrow.
  4. wokko

    Clutch Fan

    Hey guys, I want to put on a new water pump on my XG , is there a trick to getting off the clutch fan? In my crappy manual it says there should be a nut (left hand thread) + some special tool to hold it. I can see you can put a shifter on the shaft part before the fins but the end where I assume the nut is suppose to be is only a curled spring... My EA motor is the same so I assume the manual is pulling my leg So how do we pull the clutch fan off the water pump ???
  5. Cheers guys, will have a good look tomorrow as I would like to do a service on the tranny, It did look like a sealed unit but was just so use to the EA (1988) with a dipstick to check the level and I thought I was going mad or blind :D.
  6. Hey guys, 93 XG falcon ute 4spd auto How can I find out what auto I have? The other day I thought I would check my tranny fluid level but do you think I could find the dipstick I checked my workshop manual and it says it should be on the right hand side buf not there... I jacked it up to have a look and see if there was a name or number somewhere as I assume there is a plate of some sort with number on it ? I will grab some pics of the tranny tomorrow if I can get a good shot of it. Cheers
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    3pk895 too small

    Fyi, 3pk925 fits perfectly
  8. wokko

    3pk895 too small

    Could be will know next week when the new belt gets delivered Hopefully all is good
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    3pk895 too small

    What you guys using for alternator belt for the 4.0 lt 3pk895 is way too small for my 93 XG ute Tried it on my EA to see if it fit there but too small for it too. A bloke at Burson was saying about a problem with the adjuster ??? I have order a 3pk925, hoping the 30 mm wont be too big but I think it will work (cross fingers) Has anyone else had the same issue (well I think someone would as it is too small)
  10. wokko

    coil wiring ?

    All is well now as diagram from diagram 21-3-5 shows connector pin loctions
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    coil wiring ?

    What ohms range should I be getting on my 93 XG falcon ute coil ? I have three coils here all get 01.3 - 01.5 ohms minus 0.5 multimeter resistance so 0,8 - 1.0 one was off my ea falcon which was working fine but produces no spark on my XG ??? one which looks brand new which came with the car which was part of a kit dizzy/coil rae brand from repco the other was on the car all don't produce spark well not that I can see by myself UPDATE : worked out that the TFI module is not pulsing the coil so I have order another TFI module Now someone in the past has cut and extended the wiring for the coil but has a different coil on it from the standard in they have cut the injector style connector to just two wires with female spade terminals fitted. new coil has the normal connector with one red and one orange wire coming out of the connector there is no markings on the coil or terminals to tell which wire is which so I assumed (hoping logical) that the red wire was the hot side and orange was the pulse side from the tfi but I'm not 100 % sure and wondering if I have it wrong... did I cook the tfi module, as apparently it had a new distributor put in it ??? Is there a way to work out which wire goes to which side of the coil ??? I dont want to put the tfi module in and then have the coil wired up wrong and kill the tfi.....
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    Ecu advice

    Just an update I done the distributor cap as per this http://rae.com.au/assets/Uploads/Ford-CFI-MPI-Distributors-key-inspection-notes.pdf wondering if this is correct for my 93 xg ute ?
  13. wokko

    Ecu advice

    Yeah all clip on fine and got 8mm bosch leads, there were 10mm bosch leads that i was going to grab but original ones were 8mm so went with them packed up for the day, will have a look tomorrow. I think I will pull no 1 spark plug and spin crank to tdc and check rotor to verify all is good with dizy/cap. I know there is someone silly I've done somewhere which I'll find one day
  14. wokko

    Ecu advice

    Pretty sure I did check prior but not 100% sure as it was hard to see under there, I had a piece of paper from the box that had the new dizzy in when the last owners apparently put it in and it had some diagram of the dizzy so I went of that.
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    Ecu advice

    mmm, I wondering now if I put the leads back on the right spots on the dizzy cap. going off firing order on inlet 153624 number 1 on cap I have is the first one on the left of the wiring connector, then going clockwise 153624 could someone verify this is correct as I can't find a pic on google for the cap locations
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