Question about 1985 Ford Mustang
I just wanted to get back to you on the results of my problem from the pickup coils that I kept going through... You were really helpful in responding with solutions so quickly... I only wish we had some trustworthy decent repair shops in my area like you sound to be... most around here tell you to replace something that doesn;'t need to be replaced, just to charge the extra labour... anyway the problem that kept killing my pickup coils was a faulty voltage regulator... The amps kept spiking and surge destoyed the pickup coil, soI figured either a faulty ground or alternator, but I didn't think o the regulator until after three weeks of wire tracing and a 150 dollar alternator... but now at least I know what I have...Thanks so much for your help. I really appreciate your efforts.
Thank you very much for leting me know what the problem was also, we learn something new every day, and thank you for calling me honest because i am, i will keep this one in mind so when some one has the same problem, and i'm so sorry to get back to you so late but i been so busy taking caRe of my customers here in vegas, thanks again and have a nice one.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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