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About Mad_Bohemian

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  1. Hemi Dude......did you sneak into my pole barn and take a picture of my car..?!?! Pretty much looks like that. The fuse that goes there got warm but didn't blow.
  2. You should be able to get either at Autozone. I just got one for the driver's side on my 89'
  3. Yes I have the manual. I've been busy chopping wood for the upcoming winter here in Michigan so I haven't been able to be on here much this week. :D Not sure what you mean but let me look at the manual this weekend, if I have questions I'll PM you. Thanks guys
  4. So I got some time to work on the cars this weekend. On the 89 both 30amp fuses were blown. I replaced them but when I turn on the key, the pump for the brakes doesn't even run. I unplugged/plugged all three relays in with still no luck. Double checked the fuses and they are good. At this point I'm kind of stumped on why it seems I'm getting no power to the pump. Ideas?
  5. So the close up is looking at the joint near the bottom of the riser. Should that be a solid connection?? I can move the accumulator and this connection is not solid. I'm probably going to update both car's brake system, but now curiosity has gotten the better of me and I'd like to at least know WHY these don't work.
  6. yes,,, from the stock Teves system.... thanks :D
  7. So we finally got the house done and moved in Dec of 2016, Spent last summer building the pole barn, got the car in around Sept of last year and gave them a thorough cleaning. The 89 had a seized passenger front caliper but everything else worked fine, the 90 was all peaches and cream Finally got the honey-do list to a manageable point last month and decided to take the car up for a warm-up run on the 1/2 mile run of our road. The 90 also no had a seized passenger caliper, and by the time I took the short run with about 2 braking executions...the pedal went hard on me. Same issue with the 89. ? Yesterday I did some preliminary trouble shooting: The 89 - passenger side fuse under the hood is good. Pump runs then stops, still hard brake pedal the 90 - fuse blown - I replaced it, seems like the pedal is still hard, I didn't want to do any driving with the caliper in its current state so I will be replacing on both cars. My question is.... would a seized caliper contribute/cause the hard brake pedal? If I decide to convert these two to ABS systems, does anyone have a current-day ball park price on parts? As always guys, TIA MB
  8. Might be interested....I have two TCs that just went hard-pedal on me... :( Trying to get myself educated on the causes/fixes . One had a blown fuse, the the other was it looks like two battles?!?! lol PM me with details on what you are looking for $$ :D thanks MB
  9. IT WORKS!! Found a replacement dash for cheap. The odometer gear was broken so while swapping out the good gear from my original speedo, I swapped out the odometer as well so my car still has the original odometer and correct miles thanks for the help Digger914 with the leads for junkyards with parts!!
  10. Having a biotch of a time getting replies from repair shops (even TC parts) on whether or not they can work on this speedometer... Hemi Dude, is there a particular year Daytona speedometer head to use?? Cross reference data on Ebay says no fit ( although I trust your judgement more than Ebay! )
  11. Would you happen to have a speedometer head?? How much for the soft top?
  12. Thanks for the replies. Any leads on where I can find a replacement head from a TC (preferably) or a Daytona??