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    Exhaust Manifolds

    BluFalcon16G
    By BluFalcon16G,
    Got a few uncracked stock Exhaust Manifolds up for sale.    Asking $100 each,  shipped in CONUS. Parts located in Wichita area for local pickup. 

    Hello from East Texas.

    Meepers
    By Meepers,
    Finally getting the car I have wanted since high school.  Friend of the family has one that has been sitting in a field for several years.  She is letting me rescue it after 2 years of hounding.  I do not have all the details on it yet, but I am pretty sure it is as follows:   1988 Chrysler Conquest TSi, Silver, 5 speed, has the factory wheels.  I have yet to see inside the car, or under the hood.  I have been told it has had the motor replaced, but never ran after, due to not having a

    Low rumble from the rear

    madmanperez
    By madmanperez,
    A while ago I started to notice a low frequency rumble coming from the rear. It's not RPM related. seems more speed related. Faster equals louder, take the car out of gear RPMs drop sound remains. Bring the car to a stop, sounds stops gun the engine in neutral engine roars but no rumble sound.   Thant's all the detail I have. As always any and all responses are appreciated.

    Rear Hatch Problems

    83tommy
    By 83tommy,
    Anybody know of a good replacement or refurbishment for old rear hatch struts that don't do their job anymore?  Also popping the rear hatch is a two man job now that involves one person holding up the lever while the other lifts the hatch. If you know a fix for that too I'd be indebted to you.

Portal by DevFuse · Based on IP.Board Portal by IPS
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