88 Alltrac - Restore

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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby 88gt4DE » Sun Mar 30, 2014 1:18 pm

zaluss wrote:
88gt4DE wrote:Broken ABS sensor ... deleted mine and pulled the fuse and bulb .... don't need that old crap system. Steering Rack looks wet on one side ...


Ah well thats useless. The whole ABS system wasn't there anyway. The steering rack looks wet? It'll be replaced with a reman anyway.



The right side boot looks wet which means the seal on that side is prol seeping. Mine the boots were gone .. so I replaced them and then they filled up with fluid over time till I recently replaced it .... What parts of the ABS are missing ? The big actuator in the car ?
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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby zaluss » Sun Mar 30, 2014 1:30 pm

88gt4DE wrote:
zaluss wrote:
88gt4DE wrote:Broken ABS sensor ... deleted mine and pulled the fuse and bulb .... don't need that old crap system. Steering Rack looks wet on one side ...


Ah well thats useless. The whole ABS system wasn't there anyway. The steering rack looks wet? It'll be replaced with a reman anyway.



The right side boot looks wet which means the seal on that side is prol seeping. Mine the boots were gone .. so I replaced them and then they filled up with fluid over time till I recently replaced it .... What parts of the ABS are missing ? The big actuator in the car ?


The actuator and all the lines associated.
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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby 88gt4DE » Sun Mar 30, 2014 1:32 pm

So they had bypass lines in there or it was just apart and incomplete ?
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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby zaluss » Sun Mar 30, 2014 3:36 pm

88gt4DE wrote:So they had bypass lines in there or it was just apart and incomplete ?


I'm not sure I will have to check.
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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby zaluss » Sun Mar 30, 2014 10:16 pm

So I didn't realize that the ABS unit itself was in the rear of the car unlike the FWD models. The ABS is complete and everything looks good except the broken ABS sensor which at this point I may want to find.

Removed a few more bits from the engine bay. Power steering lines, brake booster lines, intercooler pump, etc.

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Removed the passenger fender and discovered the radiator support was welded on.

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Interior cleaned up a bit, rotting carpet removed, dash removed.

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Well kind of cleaned up. The rear passenger area/hatch still has a ton of leftover parts I need to sort through.

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Oh and the top of the car storage.

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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby 88gt4DE » Sun Mar 30, 2014 10:55 pm

Whew ... yeah the ABS unit is in the back. I can't wait to dump that brick but a full re-line will be in order since I already have one patch in the lines due to access to that area. Those sensors in most cases ( mine too) wont come out of the knuckle so short of finding a new one. Used ones will most likely be useless ...
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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby zaluss » Mon Apr 07, 2014 11:22 pm

Pulled the heater core out today. What a pain in the ass.

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Mmmmm tasty.

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Also got the dirty trans off the dirty 1st gen. Gotta throw it up on craigslist after I pull the wiring harness!

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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby zaluss » Wed Apr 16, 2014 1:52 am

Not too much progress today but I finally removed the wiring harness from the ol' 1st gen 3SGTE and pulled the brake booster because it was rusting.

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And my daily finally rolled to 6666 miles :D

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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby 88gt4DE » Thu Apr 17, 2014 11:15 pm

I tread lightly when those 6's roll up together like that ... LOL
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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby ktulu » Thu May 15, 2014 2:09 pm

I just removed my abs and ran all new lines with an adjustable p-valve. It was a giant pain, but way easier than running all the lines for the ABS
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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby 88gt4DE » Thu May 15, 2014 8:38 pm

PICS !!!! :D
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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby zaluss » Fri May 16, 2014 3:43 am

ktulu wrote:I just removed my abs and ran all new lines with an adjustable p-valve. It was a giant pain, but way easier than running all the lines for the ABS


PICS :D

The car is completely stripped so updates have stopped until the new engine is ordered and delivered. I did buy a new car though :offtopic:

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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby ktulu » Fri May 16, 2014 3:49 am

I will get some pics of it tomorrow. It was pretty straight forward. There's a t block for the front brakes then there's a single line that runs to the p-valve then to a t block for the rear brakes. I haven't had a chance to adjust the brakes just yet, so the bias is probably off a bit, but it stops extremely well.
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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby 88gt4DE » Thu May 22, 2014 3:32 pm

I will be doing this same thing as I think it will be easier to just do custom t-blocks than trying to find old 20 year old prop valves ... plus adjustable is a plus ... :notworthy:
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Re: 88 Alltrac - Restore

Postby zaluss » Thu Jan 29, 2015 11:57 pm

Been quite a few months since the last update but it got cold and I got lazy. Picked up a new heater core and brake booster. Installed both and began reassembling the interior.

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The new brake booster. I lost the nuts that hold the master cylinder in place so I need to add that to my Lithia order.

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Next up is suspension:

Toyheadauto bushings http://toyheadauto.com/PerformancePages ... hings.html

Possibly 5252 Motorsports coilover adapters http://5252motorsports.blogspot.com/201 ... pters.html if they will make them for me. Otherwise I might make the investment into Ceika custom coilovers or simply koni inserts.

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More parts to order. Probably going to just go to O'reillys and grab a remand' steering rack, AC Delco branded.

More to come!
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