shelbyone

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  1. shelbyone

    Heater Core

    all good, Hemi!
  2. shelbyone

    Heater Core

    yep, the heater works like never before! next thing will be to convert and reactivate the AC system....I am so glad, I got that thing out of my way...I'd rather change an engine....
  3. shelbyone

    Heater Core

    Hemi...thats me! LOL
  4. shelbyone

    Heater Core

    dang.....this should work Heatercore timelapse
  5. shelbyone

    Heater Core

    will have to upload again - there were problems with youtube....standby
  6. shelbyone

    Heater Core

    update...heater works fine, all levers work smoothly after greasing them prior to assemble ...still do not know what kind of plug this is - there was no corresponding plug to find and I cant remember separating it from a plug when I took the box out .(Yes, the Black&Green curly wire does connect to the blower motor) could that be just a plug that was used for other models in different cars?
  7. shelbyone

    Heater Core

    after 3 days and roughly 30 hours, I am done...good thing is, I dont have to do this for another 30 years...
  8. shelbyone

    Heater Core

    anyone? Bueller?
  9. shelbyone

    Heater Core

    got the heaterbox back in...hope I used the correct side of the gasket for the ac..also...there is one plug on the heaterbox that has no corresponding match! did I miss anything? so far, I was not able to get the middle console plastic part in...so after 2 days, I am not done yet...
  10. shelbyone

    Heater Core

    Bill! Hemi! Too late...I left the seats in ...started at 3:30pm until midnight...and the box is out, new core is in..and tomorrow, I will put everything back into the TC... it really is a pita! old core was clearly leaking....I am concerned about the evaporator...there is a little rust on the left side ( facing the core side) and nothing on the right...I suppose, it could be a little rusty from the leaking core....anyway, I did not order a new one at rockauto and I just want to get it over with.... there were lots of things that did not come apart easily.....and I hope to get it back together a little faster....
  11. shelbyone

    Heater Core

    Ok...biting the bullet...any particular hints on heater core replacement? I know its a pita job and I have to do it by myself ( no wingman) and I guess I could do it in 20 hours. got the heater core replacement from rockauto and sound dampening mats ( 2mm) are ready to be installed where insulation is brittle and unusable. how many screws? 278? did anyone do this alone also? seats out?
  12. shelbyone

    604 Shifting issue

    here's a dumb question...do all V6 have the 41TE Transmission? and do all V6 have a fluid capacity of 9 liters for their transmission? ( 9.5 quarts) the A413 states 8liters ( 8.5 quarts)
  13. shelbyone

    rear wheel bearings

    all done..both sides were completely shot. was easy to get them out...now zero wobble
  14. shelbyone

    604 Shifting issue

    level was low - had to add another quart. now it looks like everything is back to normal! I might have to re seal the rear cover since its still leaking a little ATF....( may have waited too long for it to dry a little before putting the cover back on and hand tighted the screws - about 15 minutes)
  15. shelbyone

    604 Shifting issue

    Hey Reaper! I let the Black RTV dry for a while - it also took forever to apply it carefully. I did not tighten it up yet ( a little more than hand tight) , I will let it sit like this for 9 hours..then I will appply more pressure and fill it up with ATF4 . It says torque is 165! for the pan and I could not find any numbers for the rear cover. Fluid was red ( a little darker) did not smell burned, no bubbles, did not spot any shaved metal parts, nothing on the magnet, nothing at the sensors ( cleaned them anyways) killed the new O ring when I tried to make the new filter stick...so I had to use the old one...( I know!!!!) filter only really snapped in at one of the plastic pins..( it stayed in place though) I hope I will not have any more shifting issues after this job... 10 hours later - refilled with 4 quarts of ATF+, idle for a minute, shift through all gears and it does not engage into any gear! fluid is bubbly. no leaks, no noise, sounds normal. will check level again and see if it needs more fluid.