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The Mounting of a Northern Aluminum Radiator in a Ford Falcon. 1.) This Radiator is NOT represented as a direct bolt in for the stock radiator. 2.) This Radiator is an aftermarket product that may require minor modification for … Continue reading
1964-1965 Falcon & Comet Dash Pad Installation Instructions Preparation Prior to attempting the installation of your new dash pad the following issues need to be addressed: Remove the windshield garnish moldings. Remove the sun visor moldings and the A pillar … Continue reading
Installation Instructions for the 1960 – 1963 Ford Falcon Dash Pad Dash Pad Preparation Prior to attempting installation of you new dash pad the following issues need to be addressed: Remove both the right and left inside A pillar moldings. … Continue reading
PRIORITIES BY ERNEST KUCRIEK I WENT AND BOUGHT NEW PISTONS THE ENGINE I HAD BORED I SPENT SO MUCH MORE MONEY THAN I COULD EVER AFFORD. I BOUGHT A CAM FOR CHRISTMAS AND LIFTERS ALL BRAND NEW NO MONEY LEFT … Continue reading
The Fuel and Temperature gauges as used in the 1960 – 1965 Ford Falcon are very basic instruments whose operating principles seem to have gotten lost in this modern day era of digital electronics. In order to properly troubleshoot the … Continue reading
How to Identify your Ford Falcon Power Steering Pump. Once we know what to look for, it’s easy to identify the difference between the Eaton Style Power Steering Pump and the Ford Style Power Steering Pump.
1960-1965 Ford Falcon and Mercury Comet Parking Brake System. Except Convertibles. The Difference with the Convertibles is with the Equalizer Lever and where it attaches to the vehicle.
Installation Instructions for the F7078 One Wire Voltage Regulator This is a 60 ampere device. It will not work on any alternator that has a higher ampere rating. You must furnish a 1965 – 1972 Ford Alternator. We only … Continue reading
Ford Falcon Door Handle Identification These pictures demonstrate the various door handles used on the U. S. manufactured Falcons from 1960 – 1965. The outward appearance of the handles remained the same throughout the production range. The hardware used to … Continue reading