If tight, then remove the brake adjuster dust cover on the inside of the brake drum housing. Remove the brake caliper, if there are disc brakes, with the appropriate wrench and hang with bailing wire out of the way. If is under a rubber rectangular piece. This door controls the flow of the air through the heatercore - the more air moving through the core, the hotter the air being blown into the car. Remove the lower valance panel that runs across the bottom of the front end of the vehicle from the driver's side to the passenger's side.
It keeps air that flows into the intake the big two holes on the front bumper on the 96-02 models in the engine bay, allowing it to cool the engine a little more efficiently, and also keeps air from flowing up under the car and into the engine bay causing fuel efficiency robbing drag. Fit the drums on the shoes and if loose remove and adjust the adjustor out or in until the drum fits without play or binding. When Installing The New Bearing Assembly, Torque The Bolts To Specifications. I'm going to see if they can scan it to get a code or maybe see if they have some way of telling which side might be bad. Remove grease cap from hub.
Keep alternating between turning with the pliers and tightening the C clamp until the piston goes back in. I never can remember which way is which. Find the horn in the very front corner underneath the passenger side headlight area. After you remove that, then you will see the bottom of the radiator where there is a drain cock on the driver's side. This tool is a round piece of metal with two nubs on it. Will edit when i get it. If it's clogged you're going to have to take the apron off the bottom of the car.
Block front wheels and remove rear wheels. It is held on with three 8mm bolts and about a dozen 5. There are some online sources - many of which charge, but one that doesn't is Autozone. These reviews are from anyone who purchased those parts, in this case a Wheel Hub, so you can feel confident that you know what you are buying. It is very hard to see and get to. In case anyone cares, here's what was wrong. Press and hold the retainer pin in, insert the lock cylinder into the housing.
When replacing axle bearings, the oil seals must also be replaced. Remove the clips that are on the lug bolts at the drum. Plugs were cumbersome to access but not horrendous. I would suggest you take it to a auto shop and have a flush done as draining the radiator really does little for you. There is still a large amount of the coolant in the engine and in the heater core that does not get changed and will contaminate your new coolant as soon as your thermostat opens. Remove brake drum parking brake must be off. There is enough water left in the block to do the dilution.
Many parts stores will lend you this socket. That small hose goes to the heater core so you'll have heat in the cabin area. Then the knob plate for the headlights and dimmer needs to come off, and there is one screw located behind th … at. The rear wheel bearings are sealed in order to protect them from harmful elements such as dirt and even water which can cause rust , so if the bearing assembly begins to make noise, it cannot be repaired and must be replaced. This task may be accomplished at home in about an hour with the proper tools; doing so will save you a pretty penny in mechanic's fees. On the bottom of the radiator you should notice a white plastic nut.
This actuator motor is one of the most common causes of heater problems in modern Ford vehicles. Extensive information, photos and diagrams. This panel can be removed for easier access to the radiator petcock. Maybe we can help you with the specific ones. The light does not stay on so it probably isn't throwing a fault code and I'm wondering if there is something else wrong or they sold me a defective Wheel Bearing? All I do to empty fluid or orange water locate the thermostat and hose the is clamped to it on the right side of the engine.
The white drain plug can be seen from the front of the car just over the bumper on the driver's side. Don't try to turn, because it won't. The trim piece, or cover, is over a foot wide and runs the entire width of the car. If they're seized you may have to heat them without burning the rubber boots to get them out. You must first remove the plastic cover that is attached to your front bumper. Disconnect here to drain fast.