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!Wanted! Parts for '93 Ford Escort

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May 14, 2010, 9:31 PM

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I'm looking for tons of stuff but will start with these items: I look in pawn shops/salvage yards every chance I get - but either they don't have what I need or they want too much for it.

Ignition Switch w/key (F5CZ11572AA)
Door Lock (F4CZ5822050C)
Hatchback Lock (F1CZ5843200B)
Part numbers are for lock cylinders.. Alldata has lock and lockcylinder listed.... but no diagram or explanation of the difference... sigh (Would be nice to have keys - super nice if one key fit all)

Front Wheel Bearings
(F7CZ1215AA) - is it possible to keep used ones intact when removing? if its possible that would be groovy

Black vent piece
that goes across the hood (where the windshield wipers are attached) at the bottom of the windshield.

Fabric for headliner - (the headliner cushioning is intact)

Small front door speakers - not sure of the size.

I am probably going to need A/C components but haven't researched how to test the parts yet.

Bondo, sandpaper, primer, etc
- do you have any slightly used supplies laying around that you're willing to sell????(not sure what all is needed to repair bumpers, so if you have something you will sell cheap post or send me a message)

Screwdriver set, adjustable wrench set (used)
Voltage tester
metric socket set (used)
channel lock pliers (used)
Torque Wrench (used)
(and anything that will help with my 'weak girl' issues when trying to remove engine stuff. I've been told I have to have a big pry bar but I haven't needed one yet :-)


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Tom Greenleaf
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May 15, 2010, 1:34 AM

Post #2 of 2 (3376 views)
Re: !Wanted! Parts for '93 Ford Escort Sign In

For the locks if you want them all the same it may be worth getting the full set from a place like NAPA - keyed alike.

Used tools: Just saying socket set isn't enough and so on. There will be long, short, six point, 12 point, impact and more for each size. Bet the ave. mechanic has 50-100K in tools - I know I do!

Check out everywhere. Ebay, Craigslist. For new cheap tools and some are fine until you are working them too hard can be the Chinese stuff available thru....

Harbor Freight

Northern Tool?

JC Whitney

Just google them out.

For this site we need a location for used. I strongly suggest just posting a large nearby city you would be willing to go to. For some used stuff postage/shipping could be more than the items wanted. Also suggest using the "private messages" if you want to give out exact address or phone # - any detailed info as here is public domain! Click on a poster's user name and it will show option for private messages. None of us can view those.

How far do you want to go with repair? Many jobs when not in the biz the tools needed will way over cost just paying for the job for one time use tools/specialty tools.

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