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Old 02-14-2003, 20:38   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to put a laminated firewall in a ef2 fairmont at all
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What you mean like the AUII Firewalls - why would you bother?
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well I heard it made the car quieter and my firewall is damaged so I was wondering if it would make much of a difference and it it did would it fit okay
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get sound deadener.
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What do you mean your firewall is damaged, is it craked where the clutch cable is? (if its a manual?) If so you can fix this by making up a plate to go over the cable outlet. Changing a firewall would be a massive job. Most simple way would be to cut out the damaged area and replace it with a section from an EB Firewall. The laminated firewall would make it quieter but Ford only do this cos they use thinner & thinner material on every model. Being that you've got a Fairmont I would assume they use a lot of sound deadner anyway.
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