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Author Topic: About as Stock as you want an '82 4.2 to be  (Read 3065 times)

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About as Stock as you want an '82 4.2 to be
« on: May 12, 2019, 01:10:10 AM »
I was holding off until a bit more maintenance was done under the hood before posting this.
Just typical stuff. New filters, vacuum, cooling and fuel lines, reinstalled Cruise Command and a "booster Seat" battery mount to handle a Type 124R battery. That's also a new radiator.

I can't help but notice two things: It doesn't appear as if the car ever had Air Conditioning, nor the solenoids and plumbing for the Upstream and Divert system, which makes the passenger side a lot emptier.

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