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I am trying to locate my car from 1972. I only have a serial number on the loan paperwork. It is a 1967 ford mustang serial number 71S01C202098.

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If I had to fix this, I would use a tiered approach. You have several issues to deal with. 1st- is the engine timing correct (lets assume it is), try adjusting the choke (blackdial on the ffront of a single barrel, turn towards lean) this should bring down the idle. Turn it till it almost dies then turn in the opposite dirrection SLIGHTLY until it steadies out. The engine might shake more now (it did w/mine) so now you losen the 1/2 bolt that is behind the distribibutor. Now that the dis. is lose turn the whole diss. assembily slightly in either direction. One way will steady out the engine, this is adjusting the ignition timmiing. If all that works out you should be golden. Of course there is a lot of possible causes connecting rod length between the gas pedal & carb, vac. leak(through a vac. gauge on it, that will help finding wether or not there is a leak). if this doesnt work repost with results and a vacum reading. I'll check back

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There should be several clipps around the glass. It has been a few years since I did my 67. You should be able to press down and wiggle the trim till it pops onto the clipps. The trim has a small groved edge on the back that the clipps grab onto. Then you slide the other trim parts together and press and wiggle them onto the clipps. Hope that helps.

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Here is Half an answer!! The engine serial number is located on the top surface of the engine block... near the crankcase breather pipe, front-left side of the car.
Except for the information that is provided on the vehicle certification label, I am not aware of "matching numbers" on a 6 cylinder Mustang...

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It would be easier to pull the engine and trans together. Seriously. Thats a big trans for what space you have. Pullingjust the trans is going to be extremely messy and 90% of handling will be manual labor since the engine will have to be tilted sharply. Then there's the torque converter to deal with. It can be done, but just the separating of the engine and trans will be a job, The firewall clearance should be eyeballed very close because the trans has move back. It will be a job if you've never done one before, Good Luck_Ned_ CCall out if you run into trouble. Use my e-mail @co7196@yahoo.com. I'll be glad to walk you through it. Where are you located?, I'm in CAlif.

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