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Nice fix on the steering rack! It was a really nice day and I'm so glad you made the ride. Your car is one of my favorites.
i came to investigate this car because i saw it in your sig pic. i automatically like it since it has the flathood/quad squares combo.
Option 2 for sure
Looks like the ol' brake line octopus is starting to weep around the electrical switch
I believe the failure mode is that the small o-rings that seal each brake circuit are leaking and allowing fluid to leak past the threads of the switch
I believe my options are:
1) try to rebuild the current unit (should be straight-forward IF I can remove the end plugs with the unit in the car)
2) replace with '91 junction block 3540084 if I can find one (as well as any stubborn brake lines)
3) replace with standard unit 1273052 and any stubborn brake lines
Thanks!I have to say I really enjoyed reading through this project thread. Makes me long for simpler times when I had my own 16v NA 242.... I still can... just have to lose several cylinders.
Did have a question... in this image... the large nut on the bottom of the Deatcchworks bulkhead fitting seems much larger than what's shown in the part image on summit racing... did you swap it out for a different one or is that the one included in the kit?
Also... are the copper compression washers included or is that something else you added?