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Parting out 1995 2 Door Ford Escort LX 1.9L Auto

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  1. number1swfan

    number1swfan FEOA Member

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    I am parting out a 1995 2Dr LX Hatchback. Majority of entire car is available. Let me know what you are looking for.
    Located in South Texas

    1.9L Engine with blown head gasket, compression decent on 1 and 4, head gasket is blown between 2 and 3.

    ATX Unknown condition.

    Underhood and under dash chassis wiring.

    Gray interior miscellaneous parts available.

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    zzyzzx FEOA Member

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    More pictures would be nice.
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    number1swfan FEOA Member

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    Something in particular youre looking for?
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    denisond3 Moderator Staff Member

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    There is a switch mounted atop the transmission, which fits down over the manual shift shaft. Its the neutral safety switch, and besides the two small bolts, its connected to the car via 2 or 3 annoying connectors. (Annoying to get uncoupled). I would be glad to get that part. If you can sell it I will send you my address by way of a 'conversation'. I can pay with paypal.
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    Is there a full set of those aluminum wheels?
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    number1swfan FEOA Member

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    The neutral safety switch looks intact and present. I do have a full set of the aluminum wheels. My intent was to use one of them for a full size spare, but if you have a need and desire Joey, I can part with them.

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    I was just asking for others' benefit, who live closer to you.
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    I would be glad to get the little lug wrench that should have come with each of my 2nd gen Escorts; but one is absent, and the sunvisors; if they arent all smushed up like mine are.
    Just let me know the how much and when. My summer zip code is 22312 - ten miles from the Washington Monument.
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    I would be surprised if you could find any good visors in any junkyard. The OE cloth is cheap and just disintegrates, and you are better off just reupholstering your existing ones.
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    Years ago I started making up new ones using 1/8" plywood and the originals as templates, but stopped when I did find good used ones, It's a cool wet climate here, so interior parts aren't baked so much. Our problem is mould.
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    Just thought of another item I would be glad to get: The yellowish plastic power steering fluid reservoir that sits next to the alternator - not the one that is a part of the p.s. pump. The upper reservoir also has two rubber tubes coming to it, about 3/8 or 5/16" inside diameter. Im not sure whether they still sell those two rubber tubes.

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