Here we go. Decided that if my ranger transmission dies in me I will do a 5.0 swap. Yep it's been done so many times. But my point of this is transmission talk. I want to keep it a stick shift. That's the main reason I like the truck. I looked it up it said a t5 outta a mustang will work. So that would mean I wouldn't need to cut my floor at all to fit in the shifter and would I have to change the clutch petal at all? And I'm also wanting to have fuel injection. But I want to stick with obd1. And info is nice and yes I've looked it up. I know what I'm getting into kinda.
That time of year is coming, warm weather, and my 92 ranger has the r12 a/c system and need a sloppy way to convert to 134a. I see I can buy fitting adaptors, ester oil is the way to go and the 134a refrigerant throw that in the system and I should be good to go, could it really be that easy? I'm not going for super cold I'm going for enough to beat the heat for my 2 mile drive to and from work. And I've done it before in a 92 Buick park Avenue I used to have hook a switch up to a relay so that the compressor is turned on forcefully by me if for some reason the controls don't want to turn it on.