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simplyconnected 11-23-2016 06:00 AM

1962 Thunderbird CVR removal instructions
 
cervantes1m PM'ed me asking where his CVR is and how does he remove it from his '62 Thunderbird.

I don't have a '62 T-bird but I know you guys can help Marcos out. Actually, I thought it was in his Shop Manual but I don't have one of those either. I had Driller working on one but I'll rattle his chain again.

So, If you guys could show him where his CVR (10804) is and the best way to get it out, I'd appreciate your post. - Dave

jopizz 11-23-2016 10:28 AM

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Here's the picture from the manual showing it's location behind the instrument panel. You will need to remove the clock to get to it.

John

jopizz 11-23-2016 11:05 AM

Here's a link to the 1962/3 shop manual where you can download it for free. They also have the assembly manual, electrical manual and convertible top manual.

http://fordramair.com/new/info/tech/...rd_manuals.htm

John

cervantes1m 01-09-2017 05:22 PM

Finally had some time to locate and change my CVR ...thank you for the great info ...


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