Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 25-03-2013
. 5. Lift the F150 off the jack stands, using the floor jack. Move all 4 jack stands away from the truck. Decrease the F150 to the ground. 6. Repeat Steps 1 by means of 5 on the opposite aspect to install the proper Nerf bar. 7. Re-tighten all the Nerf bar mounting nuts when done. When tightening, torque the nuts till the lock washers flatten out, then flip the nut 1/2-turn further….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 06-03-2013
your vehicle. As a substitute of spending cash to take it to knowledgeable, you possibly can install the radio into your automotive by yourself. 1. Unplug the damaging battery cable from the damaging battery terminal. Use the 10-mm wrench to loosen the bolt on the cable’s clamp. Take away the cable from the adverse lead post. 2. Connect the stereo wiring to the harness adapter. You will see that a label that reveals you the place to make th…
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe on 12-11-2014
…ine Belt Instructions Park your Ford F150 on a protected place and open the hood. Place a drain pan below the engine within the course of the higher radiator hose, the place it connects with the radiator, in case you have the 7.3L engine type. Remove the radiator clamp utilizing a Phillips screwdriver or ratchet and socket. Twist and pull the hose off the radiator becoming. Go to Step 6. Remove the cooling fan mounting bolts utilizing a ratchet a…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 26-06-2012
ghten the nuts onto the bolts with a socket set. 4. Move the jack stands to the best side of the 1999 Ford Ranger and repeat the primary three steps to install the precise Westin Nerf Bar. Take away the jack stands when done. 5. Use care when setting the Nerf Bars on the jack stands so you do not mar the Nerf Bars’ end on the rough heads of the stands….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 27-10-2012
io can set up it with little earlier experience. Ford Windstar Radio/Stereo Installation Procedures 1. Disconnect the grounding cable (black cable connecting the negative battery terminal with the body of the Windstar) with a 10 mm socket and ratchet. 2. Plug the stereo wiring (now free after the removing of the factory radio) into the leads of the wiring harness adapter. The adapter will convert the platform of the Ford stereo wiring to be accep…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 15-04-2013
at belt to the mounting bolt holes close to the buckle. It will secure the seat belt assembly together. Place the plastic housing excessive mounting bolts, and safe it by attaching the screws with a Phillips-head screwdriver. 5. Once the work is completed, check the seat belt, by by pulling it out and inserting it into the seat belt connector, to make guantee that it connects correctly….
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe on 07-11-2014
hor aspect strap on to the seat, in order that the buckle on the strap is going through the course of the seat belt lock. Align the bolt holes on the strap, with these on the seat. Use a wrench to repair the bolts between the 2. Grasp maintain of the shoulder harness part of the seat belt, and find the mounting bolt holes on the high nook of the seat. Safe the harness to the highest of the seat belt housing with the mounting bolts. Connect the ot…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 19-04-2013
g to a single DIN unit, you’ll need a mounting equipment for double DIN radio cavities. In case you are installing one other double DIN unit, use the conventional mounting equipment provided within the installation kit. 7. Plug the wiring harness into the new CD Player and set up the antenna cable. Install the CD Player into the mounting bracket with the provided screws. Exchange the radio surround trim panel (it pops right again in), and r…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 05-03-2013
…troublesome and will require wire cutters to convert wiring harnesses and a screwdriver to take away the radio mount. Replacing a Ford Radio is similar in every vehicle except for the F250 and autos geared up with the Shaker 500 stereo. Removing the Stock Ford Radio Disconnect the detrimental battery cable in your Ford vehicle before attempting to work on the radio. Wiring components may cause electrical shock; disconnecting the destructive batt…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 21-05-2013
…ed to open up the pores in order that the urethane can adhere to the glass. 4. Run a bead of urethane into the pinchweld space on the Ford F150 where the windshield will probably be positioned utilizing an electric caulk gun. 5. Align the highest, bottom and sides of the windshield and press the windshield into place….