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Bull Geek

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About Bull Geek

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    Oooooh a TOWN CAR!!!
  • Birthday 09/11/1986

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  • Actual Name
    Nick Myers
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Columbia, SC
  • Chapter
    Southeast

Car Information

  • My Car
    Fleet 'o Panthers: 66 CS,89 CP, 90 & 03 TC, 03 540iT
  • Engine
    FE390, 3x 302 5.0, 4.6 2v

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  1. Bull Geek

    96 taugus wagon. shift cable broken

    Nope. Same cable 🙂
  2. Bull Geek

    96 taugus wagon. shift cable broken

    If the shifter is by the steering wheel, the part number is YF1Z-7E395-BA. It’s the same shifter from 1996-2000 models. Could get one used as well...
  3. Autozone sells a good brand with deeper splines. Company from Tennessee
  4. Swap away. Keep harness with car. Don’t use 05 harness on 03 body
  5. Does the 2003 have An AX4N transmission ?
  6. Bull Geek

    Plug near shifter

    Cd changer
  7. Bull Geek

    Taurus Steering Wheels

    Email me [email protected] if interested
  8. Bull Geek

    Taurus Steering Wheels

    $25 each. All in great condition. Part number picture corresponds to wheel.
  9. Bull Geek

    My Bull

    Yes. Moog has a write up. The mount/sleeve breaks loose in the subframe and rattles.
  10. Bull Geek

    My Bull

    Check the strut rod bushing and mount in the subframe. Moog made a kit to fix the issue if that’s what yours is.
  11. Bull Geek

    96 Door panel question

    Navigator? Expedition from late 90s?
  12. Now its not fun. All the bolts spun out beautifully.
  13. I just did a fuel pump on friends 2000 Taurus. Wasn't too bad a task. Fun.
  14. I don't like on the 4.6 2003+ how the oil splashed all over the steering rack fittings. Makes a huge mess. and surprisingly not the easiest to get out either. Especially if someone has "massaged" the lines. The old 5.0 is so easy. The blue Town Car rolled 228K. It's had new motor mounts installed and makes the car so much better to drive. New airbox (better sealing design) from the junkyard. 70MM tb off a Lincoln Aviator. New Motorcraft water pump, thermostat, belt tensioner assy, belt, and idler. Junkyard 50K 4.6 alternator (the old one's bearing was starting to make noise after 227K!). New drain plug from Ford in oil pan since some dumbass german torqued and stripped the threads on the bolt. New power seat motor so now I can sit where I like, not behind the B pillar. This car runs phenomenly. Next year I want to replace the exhaust manifolds, dipstick tube (has a rot hole) and the trans dipstick tube (welded on??). Love driving this car. Still need to address the mushy brakes.
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