Question about Ford Escape
Not sure what fitting you speak of, but if the part from the dealer is $80, then I'd probably seek a different solution, unless it is a mechanical part, there are a number of different fittings and alterations that could be done to deliver the fuel, (am I missing something). Secondly, I'd start by servicing the tranny and see if you can quieten down this noise, I assume it is an automatic transmission? You seem to be somewhat mechanically inclined for a couple of reasons, #1 by taking on this project and #2 having the insight to modify the exhaust. Having an engineering background I can appreciate the creative "problem solutions". Good Luck and I wish you well on your new project. i hope this is very helpful! Let me know if I can assist further.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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