Ford Technical Information
A collection of articles and tech tips we've written over the years to help our customers with restoring and repairing their Ford Falcons.
- Engine Colors
1960 - 65
Discover the correct engine colors for your 1960 - 65 Ford Falcon
- Ford Color Code Chart
1965 Color Information and Codes for Falcon, Fairlane, Mustang and Galaxie
- Rack and Pinion
Pictures and comments installing a rack and pinion
- One Wire Voltage
Installation instructions for installing a one-wire alternator regulator
- 6 cylinder
to V-8 Steering Conversion
Article stating all of the parts required to convert from the 6 Cylinder Steering to V-8 Steering.
- A Metal Roof does Not a Hardtop
Explanation of the difference between a Hardtop model and a Sedan model.
Reasons Why We Do What We Do to Our Cars.
- Outside Door Handles
- Pictures and advice on using the 1964-1965 outside door handles on the earlier Falcons.
- Parking Brake
A diagram to demonstrate the location of various parts of the parking brake system. All Except CONVERTIBLE.
This article is required reading if you want to get rid of your vacuum wipers and replace them with electrics.
Padded Dash Installation
These instructions are intended to demonstrate the steps required to properly install the 1960 - 1963 Ford Falcon padded dash. We hope you will read these instructions before your purchase as this product is non returnable if modified.
- 1964-1965 Padded Dash Installation - These instructions are intended to demonstrate the steps required to properly install the 1964 - 1965 Ford Falcon padded dash. We hope you will read these instructions before your purchase as this product is non returnable if modified.
- 1960-1970 Clutch
Pedal Roller Bearing Repair Kit Installation
These instructions are provided to ensure that you have required tools and skills to accomplish this repair.
Eaton Pump vs. Ford Pump
- Door Panel
An easy way to do a difficult task.
- Dash Instrument
How to Troubleshoot the Fuel and Temperature Gauge Circuits.
V-8 Engine Mounts
Tells the difference in the blocks and mounts of the 221 Cu. In. vs the 260 Cu. in.
"The Lack of Planning on Your Part, Does Not Justify an Emergency on My Part."
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