This document describes how to rebuild the 1996 - 1997 Ford Thunderbird and Mercury Cougar brake pressure control valve (marked F6SC2B091CA) using a new seal kit available from Muscle Car Research LLC. Tools needed:
This brake pressure proportioning valve (Ford calls it a "brake pressure reducing valve") was removed from a 1997 Ford Thunderbird. It is marked "F6SC2B091CA"; the service part number is F6SZ-2B091-CA. Original applications include the 1996 and 1997 Ford Thunderbird and Mercury Cougar. You can click on the pictures below to see larger versions of the images.
This document describes how to rebuild the 1970 GM 3983040 brake pressure distribution switch using a new seal and spring kit available from Muscle Car Research LLC. Tools needed:
This Weatherhead brake pressure distribution switch was removed from a 1970 Chevrolet Camaro. The original GM part number for this part is 3983040. I have not found any references to this part being used on other GM vehicles; please contact us if you know otherwise. You can click on the pictures below to see larger versions of the images.
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Muscle Car Research is proud to offer a brand new rebuild kit for the Ford E0ZC-2B328-AA brake pressure control valve used on 1980 - 1986 Ford Mustangs (excluding SVOs) and Mercury Capris. It was also used on the 1980 Ford Fairmont and Mercury Zephyr. Complete rebuild instructions are available, too. Keep that Fox on the road by rebuilding your original Ford parts!
Muscle Car Research is proud to offer a brand new reproduction of the D0ZZ-16C694-A hood trim support used on 1970 Ford Mustangs. This part fits between the leading edge of the hood and the bright hood trim molding and is held in place with three 1/8" pop rivets. Compared to the original part our reproduction has the same dimensions, the same galvanized steel material, the same bend along the bottom edge, and the same semi-gloss black finish. We go one better than the original paint by powder coating our reproduction to provide years of trouble-free service.