If it fits a 1971 Mustang...I see no reason that it wouldn't fit a Maverick.
Years back I was working with a company to offer a reproduction, or at least an alternative, to this hard to find part. It ended with nothing...
Want to see some Mavericks at a show? Maverick Nationals are in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania in July.
Not sure how many you would have to make to justify the time/effort/expense...but while others might chime in and disagree.....not sure there is...
Maybe somebody else will chime in, but the starter location and the number of water pump bolts will tell you the size.
Not sure why the confusion. Pretty easy to find.
No you can't. If only it was that simple. :)
I have found them all over the place on cars I have parted out. Never saw it on the column like that.
Here is where mine is on my 1976 4-door....
I agree....it is probably the turn signal switch. But....start with simple things: GROUNDS. Check/clean all of those.
Check to make sure the horn still has a good ground to the apron. Take it off, clean the rust off the bracket where it touches the apron. Do the...
Doug Thorley shorties on my 1972 Grabber with factory floor shift and all the rods. No issues.
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As stated, defrost in the default mode. It means you have a vacuum leak somewhere. Start under the hood and check all the hoses. The vacuum...
1. Convert to 5-lug. It will be a lot easier to find aftermarket wheels for it if that is the direction you want to go.
2. Your car has rusted...
Here is a manual steering pitman arm compared to a power steering pitman arm. As one can see.....very different.
Here are pictures I have on hand for a 1977 which should be the same.
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Factory service manuals should have it.
Your best bet it to hire somebody to do this work for you. Not a beginner type project. Not a straight bolt in/weld in type of job. Lots of...
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