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Postby h-bot » Wed Feb 19, 2003 6:14 am

From: cliff.payne_REMOVE_279791_THIS_@yahoo.com

If you are careful with the screw driver and go clip by clip you should be
fine. I think there is a proper tool, but good luck finding one.




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-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Bormann [mailto:<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179066034034079250193077050210143053150239159041096076095219">mike.bormann@c...</a>]
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Subject: RE: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Window channel strip replacement


Thanks Bob. I understand that. How about the door panel? Once I remove the
door handle bezel, arm rest, and window crank, what do I use to pry off the
door panel? Will a screw driver work, or do I risk breaking the clips? If
there is a tool for this, can I get one at an auto parts store?
Thanks,
Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: bob chin <<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=014233250098160085249021017240114253078105139218183041">bobc997615@a...</a>> [mailto:<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=014233250098160085249021017240114253078105139218183041">bobc997615@a...</a>]
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Subject: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Window channel strip replacement


--- In <a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=219233066105193209050199029077192253163098100009128121188190230091025019053061151110147">cosworthvegas@yahoogroups.com</a>, "twintonkas
<<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179139046209">mike.bormann@c...</a>>" <<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179139046209">mike.bormann@c...</a>> wrote:
> like there is a C-clip behind the handle, but I can't get to it.
And
> if I do get it off with a skinny screwdriver, I'm afraid I won't be
> able to get it back on. Is there a special tool for removing and re-
> installing the C-clip?

Mike,

There is a tool to remove the clip, but a small screwdriver works
too. The c-clip snaps over a groove the the window crank shaft and
splines in the handle & shaft allows for the rotation.

Just push on the c-clip (open ends of wire) and you will slowly work
the clip off the shaft. It will "pop" off and may end up on the
ground. Pull the crank handle off.

Just install the c-clip in the slot in the crank handle (it will snap
in place), and rocate the handle where you want it at assembly.

bob chin
2172 & 2987



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Postby h-bot » Wed Feb 19, 2003 6:18 am

From: mike.bormann_REMOVE_310047_THIS_@yahoo.com

Thanks Bob. I understand that. How about the door panel? Once I remove the
door handle bezel, arm rest, and window crank, what do I use to pry off the
door panel? Will a screw driver work, or do I risk breaking the clips? If
there is a tool for this, can I get one at an auto parts store?
Thanks,
Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: bob chin <<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=014233250098160085249021017240114253078105139218183041">bobc997615@a...</a>> [mailto:<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=014233250098160085249021017240114253078105139218183041">bobc997615@a...</a>]
Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2003 7:41 AM
To: <a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=219233066105193209050199029077192253163098100009128121188190230091025019053061151110147">cosworthvegas@yahoogroups.com</a>
Subject: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Window channel strip replacement


--- In <a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=219233066105193209050199029077192253163098100009128121188190230091025019053061151110147">cosworthvegas@yahoogroups.com</a>, "twintonkas
<<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179139046209">mike.bormann@c...</a>>" <<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179139046209">mike.bormann@c...</a>> wrote:
> like there is a C-clip behind the handle, but I can't get to it.
And
> if I do get it off with a skinny screwdriver, I'm afraid I won't be
> able to get it back on. Is there a special tool for removing and re-
> installing the C-clip?

Mike,

There is a tool to remove the clip, but a small screwdriver works
too. The c-clip snaps over a groove the the window crank shaft and
splines in the handle & shaft allows for the rotation.

Just push on the c-clip (open ends of wire) and you will slowly work
the clip off the shaft. It will "pop" off and may end up on the
ground. Pull the crank handle off.

Just install the c-clip in the slot in the crank handle (it will snap
in place), and rocate the handle where you want it at assembly.

bob chin
2172 & 2987



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Postby h-bot » Wed Feb 19, 2003 6:30 am

From: mike.bormann_REMOVE_542512_THIS_@yahoo.com

Thanks Cliff, I will stop by Pep Boys and Schucks tonight to see if I can
find the right tool. I'm one of those people that hate trying to jimmy rig a
tool to make the job work. Even if I only use it once, I will buy it just to
have it, IF I can find it. If not, the screwdriver will have to work.
Thanks,
Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: Payne, Cliff [mailto:<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=219128020121021091171098164101130165188179091009039109127055048121158126228025227159041096076095219">cliff.payne@m...</a>]
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Subject: RE: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Window channel strip replacement


If you are careful with the screw driver and go clip by clip you should be
fine. I think there is a proper tool, but good luck finding one.




Cliff Payne
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VIP DocManager & RDS Admin.
(972) 364-2538
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-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Bormann [mailto:<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179066034034079250193077050210143053150239159041096076095219">mike.bormann@c...</a>]
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Subject: RE: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Window channel strip replacement


Thanks Bob. I understand that. How about the door panel? Once I remove the
door handle bezel, arm rest, and window crank, what do I use to pry off the
door panel? Will a screw driver work, or do I risk breaking the clips? If
there is a tool for this, can I get one at an auto parts store?
Thanks,
Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: bob chin <<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=014233250098160085249021017240114253078105139218183041">bobc997615@a...</a>> [mailto:<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=014233250098160085249021017240114253078105139218183041">bobc997615@a...</a>]
Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2003 7:41 AM
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Subject: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Window channel strip replacement


--- In <a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=219233066105193209050199029077192253163098100009128121188190230091025019053061151110147">cosworthvegas@yahoogroups.com</a>, "twintonkas
<<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179139046209">mike.bormann@c...</a>>" <<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179139046209">mike.bormann@c...</a>> wrote:
> like there is a C-clip behind the handle, but I can't get to it.
And
> if I do get it off with a skinny screwdriver, I'm afraid I won't be
> able to get it back on. Is there a special tool for removing and re-
> installing the C-clip?

Mike,

There is a tool to remove the clip, but a small screwdriver works
too. The c-clip snaps over a groove the the window crank shaft and
splines in the handle & shaft allows for the rotation.

Just push on the c-clip (open ends of wire) and you will slowly work
the clip off the shaft. It will "pop" off and may end up on the
ground. Pull the crank handle off.

Just install the c-clip in the slot in the crank handle (it will snap
in place), and rocate the handle where you want it at assembly.

bob chin
2172 & 2987



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Postby h-bot » Wed Feb 19, 2003 7:43 am

From: cliff.payne_REMOVE_218176_THIS_@yahoo.com

Me too, but the screwdriver worked when i was a kid so i stuck with it. ;)




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-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Bormann [mailto:<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179066034034079250193077050210143053150239159041096076095219">mike.bormann@c...</a>]
Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2003 11:30 AM
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Subject: RE: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Window channel strip replacement


Thanks Cliff, I will stop by Pep Boys and Schucks tonight to see if I can
find the right tool. I'm one of those people that hate trying to jimmy rig a
tool to make the job work. Even if I only use it once, I will buy it just to
have it, IF I can find it. If not, the screwdriver will have to work.
Thanks,
Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: Payne, Cliff [mailto:<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=219128020121021091171098164101130165188179091009039109127055048121158126228025227159041096076095219">cliff.payne@m...</a>]
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Subject: RE: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Window channel strip replacement


If you are careful with the screw driver and go clip by clip you should be
fine. I think there is a proper tool, but good luck finding one.




Cliff Payne
I Series Robot Scheduler,
VIP DocManager & RDS Admin.
(972) 364-2538
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-----Original Message-----
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Subject: RE: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Window channel strip replacement


Thanks Bob. I understand that. How about the door panel? Once I remove the
door handle bezel, arm rest, and window crank, what do I use to pry off the
door panel? Will a screw driver work, or do I risk breaking the clips? If
there is a tool for this, can I get one at an auto parts store?
Thanks,
Mike

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Subject: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Window channel strip replacement


--- In <a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=219233066105193209050199029077192253163098100009128121188190230091025019053061151110147">cosworthvegas@yahoogroups.com</a>, "twintonkas
<<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179139046209">mike.bormann@c...</a>>" <<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179139046209">mike.bormann@c...</a>> wrote:
> like there is a C-clip behind the handle, but I can't get to it.
And
> if I do get it off with a skinny screwdriver, I'm afraid I won't be
> able to get it back on. Is there a special tool for removing and re-
> installing the C-clip?

Mike,

There is a tool to remove the clip, but a small screwdriver works
too. The c-clip snaps over a groove the the window crank shaft and
splines in the handle & shaft allows for the rotation.

Just push on the c-clip (open ends of wire) and you will slowly work
the clip off the shaft. It will "pop" off and may end up on the
ground. Pull the crank handle off.

Just install the c-clip in the slot in the crank handle (it will snap
in place), and rocate the handle where you want it at assembly.

bob chin
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Postby h-bot » Wed Feb 19, 2003 9:29 am

From: cswrth1_REMOVE_612749_THIS_@yahoo.com

Yes there is a tool for both operations. They are not expensive and
easy to find at auto parts stores. The door panel clip remover is
very helpful in that it helps to prevent you from damaging the door
panel itself. One time I couldn't find my tool and I ripped part of
the panel trying to pry it off with a screwdriver. The clips are
still available but it is hard to repair the door panel. The tool
for that is about $8 and the tool for the window crank removal is
about $5. I think you can find that one in the HELP parts section.
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Postby h-bot » Wed Feb 19, 2003 9:53 am

From: bobc997615_REMOVE_492625_THIS_@yahoo.com

you can buy a tool, but a claw end (nail remover end) plastic barbed
fasteners are is the way I do it. Make sure the clip is centered in the "V"
and slowly pry ioff like a nail. 90% of the time you can get them out without
damaging the cardboard backing of the door panel and most of the time you can
reuse the plastic barb clips that hold the panel in place. There is 14 of
these buggers around the perimeter.

Don't forget to remove the remote for the mirror on the driver's sid eif so
equipped.


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Postby h-bot » Fri Feb 21, 2003 3:24 am

From: jcdenton2002_REMOVE_997341_THIS_@yahoo.com


Hi there I am Jonathan Denton. I own Cosworth #409 and live in Maryville Tn. I
talked to Mr. Cooper tonight and he seems to be a nice person. I Think the car
he has is a great deal and I wish I could buy it for myself. But alas, my wife
says that I can't have anymore cars till I sell something. From talking to him
I think that this car is worth the money and more. I covet the dash bezel on
this one as mine is not too good. Is the dash bezel available anywhere ? I
will be joining the CVOA soon so I you will hear, or should I say see more from
me.

longg01 <<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=091233212180056219138097203245147187078145038136183193071193172194143142">no_reply@yahoogroups.com</a>> wrote:Hello everyone. The other day, a man
named Franklin Cooper asked me
to help him sell his car. It was his father's car, but he just
passed away. Mr. Cooper lives in Alexandria, LA. The car, stored
in a garage for a few years now, does not run but would be an
excellent weekend project or valuable parts car. 51,662 miles on
the odometer. It is black with a white interior and has all the
accessories of the 1975 accessories sans rear window defogger. The
car includes build sheet, owner's manual and a meticulous
maintenance log book. Other new parts including car cover, hoses,
and other various parts in their boxes. He is asking $1000. I
posted pictures on my site, which can be viewed at
<a href="http://www.chrislongonline.com/FranklinCooper">http://www.chrislongonline.com/FranklinCooper</a>

Personally, the car seems like a steal at this price. Just a guess,
but from his description, it sounds like you can have the car
running in a day. I've listed his contact info below. Thanks
for
you time.
~CHRIS

Franklin Cooper
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From: Cosworth_0686_REMOVE_202465_THIS_@yahoo.com


I think I found it for sale on another site.
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Does anyone one know who bought the white 1976 Cosworth from the
Chicago Car Exchange? I went to there web site and it is marked as
SOLD.




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Ford Granada maybe?

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Mid 70's Dodge i'm pretty sure. Looks like the ones on my 75 Coronet.




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Subject: [Cosworth Vegas] hubcap trivia for the day


Can anyone identify what vehical that this hubcap fits? It's been
sitting around in my barn, so I put it on ebay for the hell of it

<a href="http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?">http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?</a>
<<a href="http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?>">http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?></a>
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Who will be the first fellow motorhead to Identify it?

Brad



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Postby h-bot » Sat Mar 08, 2003 1:25 pm

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There were people way back when. Go to the search
engine on Cosworth vega web site and check out the
discussions. Duke has a number of thoughts on the
concept. There are also articles that tell you how to
shorten the coils you already have on the CVOA website
as well (www.cosworthvega.com). Unless you have done a
lot of suspension work it may not be the best idea. It
does lower your CofG by the amount that you lower it
but it also affects suspension travel which is not all
that great on the Vega to begin with and the roll
centers, etc. Duke and CVOA sell a good set of
articles that discuss the suspension in depth. Check
them out. Jim
--- cv3122 <<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=061059113121099134218149203101100241134237139136251130252055210">ssafstro@n...</a>> wrote:
> I guess there is no one who knows if there is any
> mfg that makes
> lowering springs for the CV.........................
> No responce to my previouse posting.
> cv3122
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Postby h-bot » Mon Mar 10, 2003 5:48 am

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Guess i shouldn't complain, the one that's on it now is a Pep Boys job that
Dad had put on it probably 10 years ago now. ;) Thanks!!




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-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Monday, March 10, 2003 10:48 AM
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Subject: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Thinking my alternator/voltage regulator is
about to be toast...


--- In <a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=219233066105193209050199029077192253163098100009128121188190230091025019053061151110147">cosworthvegas@yahoogroups.com</a>, "Payne, Cliff"
<<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=219128020121021091171098164101130165188048139046">cliff.payne@m...</a>> wrote:
> Good Morning all!
> For the past few rides i've noticed my Volt gauge bouncing back
and forth
> a bit between charge and discharge. It never goes into the red and
is not
> fluctuating with engine RPM. The belt is tight so i know that's
not the
> issue. I also just replaced my battery about a month ago so i'm
comfortable
> that it's not the problem either. Any speculation guys? The other
question
> i have is about replacement parts. I know there are two
replacements for
> this integrated alternator/ voltage regulator, a high and a lower
output.
> Which is best for these low optioned no air cars? The low output?
Please
> share your thoughts. Thanks!
>
>
>
>
> Cliff Payne
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>
Cosworths tend to have a history of being alternator "eaters". Some
are hungrier than others. Whether it be the heat, location,
vibration, every Cosworth I have ever owned has had an alternator
problem. #2172 was such a beast that I quickly developed a method to
just remove the back half of the alternator housing to replace the
voltage regulator in 15 minutes! I would use the rear defogger
to "tame" high voltage during drives before I had a chance to replace
the regulator. I'd get the high amperage but make sure you get the
one with a one year or lifetime replacement. I've made good use of
the replacement over the years.

bob chin
2172 & 2987



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what month?
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George H. of Southern California had a cosworth that appeared in Hot Rod.


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Postby h-bot » Mon Mar 17, 2003 8:20 am

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Thanks Britt. Will I have to fabricate a mounting bracket for the dash
speaker to fit it to the underside of the dash if I buy a speaker from radio
shack? The factory speaker has a weird shaped magnet on it, allowing the OEM
bracket to attach it to the dash. All of the aftermarket speakers I have
seen have a round magnet, so the factory bracket won't work.

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Subject: [Cosworth Vegas] Re: Speakers


Mike, since there were only a few CVs with the 8 track option, and
probably very few Vegas, you will probably have to make a bracket. Go
to radio shack to get your speakers. They sell single speakers and in
the correct impedence. You need 16 ohm coils in the speakers if you
want a direct replacement. There are ways to wire it so you could
have two speakers up front, but you won't end up with a "stereo"
sound anyways, so I'd just stay with one. They are 4"x10". The are
real cheap at Radio Shack too,

Britt



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<<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=029176211056035202112061072140006090136179139046209">mike.bormann@c...</a>> wrote:
> I searched the archives and couldn't find anything that address the
> factory speakers. My car has the original AM radio in it, that has
> not worked since I've had the car. I purchased an AM/FM 8 track off
> of ebay that listed that they did not know if it worked or not, so
I
> got it for a good deal. I pulled the AM radio out, and hooked up
the
> 8 trach radio. That's where my first problem started. Only 2 of the
3
> connections fit. The power connection, and the front speaker hook
up
> worked fine, however, the rear speaker plug was different.
> But putting that aside, after I hooked up the power and front
> speaker, this radio didn't work either. I then decided to test the
> factory speakers, and sure enough, neither front or rear speaker
> worked. So I hooked up a newer speaker to my old radio, and to the
> new AM FM 8 track, and both radio's worked fine, even the 8 track
> that I tested with an 8 track I picked up at the thrift store. So
now
> I have 2 working radio's, and no speakers.
> My question is, has anyone ever replaced the speakers with
> aftermarket? If so, what did you buy? With the way that the front
> speaker mounts to the underside of the dash, I don't see how you
> could replace it with anything but an OEM. I have yet to pull the
> rear speaker out to see how that mounts.
> If an aftermarket is not able to go into the factory spot, does
> anyone have a front and rear OEM speaker that they want to sell?
> Also, the 8 track radio is much thicker than the stock AM, and
> requires a narrower, or thinner, mounting bracket. The mounting
> bracket I have has an "AM" stamped on it. So I am assuming there is
a
> different one for the 8 track player. Does anyone have one of those
> they want to sell as well?
> Can I buy a plug somewhere for the rear speaker hook up out og the
> back of the 8 track?
> Thanks,
> Mike



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