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1986CHPSSP 05-05-2019 10:26 PM

Marti Report: Deciphering
 
I ordered a Marti Report for the 86 Mustang. Having trouble interpreting a feature. It reads as follows:

Special Service pkg W/CONV SPR

what is conv spr short for?

FoxChassis 05-06-2019 10:35 AM

"convertible springs" ? Although unless you provided them an image of your door tag I can't image how they'd know that. Ford didn't record the gross weights (GVWR and GAWRs), accessory reserve loads (Fnnnn and Rnnnn numbers), and the suspension coil springs (last four characters of the "TR" code) that they put in each car so they're don;t have that data in their database, so Marti Auto would not have it. That is why those fields are empty on the image of your door tag on deluxe reports, unless you provide and image of your original tag that they can copy.

Did you provide an image of your original door tag?

1986CHPSSP 05-06-2019 07:05 PM

Yep. I took a picture of the doortag and emailed it to Marti.

FoxChassis 05-07-2019 09:50 AM

I have hundreds of 1986 Mustang door tags that I can look at later and tell you exactly which codes were on 1986 CHP door tags and 1986 convertible door tags.

1986CHPSSP 05-07-2019 08:00 PM

That would be so helpful. I thought at first it had something to do with speakers?

FoxChassis 05-08-2019 09:15 PM

1986 CHP = OOSS

1986 3.8L convertible = CCJJ, VVJJ
1986 5.0L convertible = BBTT, PPCC, PPTT

ImEvil1 05-09-2019 10:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1986CHPSSP (Post 57249)
I ordered a Marti Report for the 86 Mustang. Having trouble interpreting a feature. It reads as follows:

Special Service pkg W/CONV SPR

what is conv spr short for?

Conventional spare.

FoxChassis 05-10-2019 08:04 AM

Good call, Mike. Didn't even think of that.

28HopUp 05-13-2019 06:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ImEvil1 (Post 57258)
Conventional spare.

That makes total sense. Thanks for clarifying.

1986CHPSSP 05-13-2019 10:50 PM

Conventional Spare As in an extra tire?


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