Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 06-04-2013
…f the new stereo. Plug the antenna cable into the FM antenna input on the again of the new unit. Slide the stereo into the faceplate adapter until it locks into place within the F-150′s dashboard. Return to the battery. 6. Place the battery cable again onto the battery terminal. Tighten the cable to the terminal with the wrench. Shut the Ford’s hood….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 15-11-2012
the water pump. 6. Take away the four bolts connecting the water pump pulley to the water pump by turning them counterclockwise with a socket, socket extension and socket-wrench whereas the fan-drive belt is still installed. 7. Take away the fan-drive belt. 8. Take away the fan meeting together with the fan pulley, fan spacer and shroud. 9. Take away the alternator bracket, alternator pivot bolt and energy steering pump bracket from the water pu…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 22-11-2012
…mpty stereo mounting dock. The sleeve will slide into the sprint opening, leaving metallic tabs protruding from the stereo mounting dock. Fold the tabs around the edges of the sleeve to safe the sleeve into the mounting dock. 7. Reach into the dock and pull out the stereo wiring and antenna cable. Plug the stereo wiring binders into the appropriate leads on the wiring harness adapter. 8. Plug the wiring harness adapter leads into the correspondin…
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 21-03-2013
…ing retailers on the back of the Ford’s inventory stereo. 6. Plug the patch cables into the wiring harness adapter leads. Discover the diagram in the wiring harness adapter’s guide for proper connection locations. 7. Feed the patch cables via the again of the Ford’s stereo dock to the ground of the vehicle on the passenger’s side. Slide the factory stereo into the Ford’s stereo dock until it locks into place inside t…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 20-02-2012
from the again of the swap and remove the switch assembly. 6. Plug the wiring harness into the brand new headlight switch till it is fully seated. Push the headlight change into the dashboard cavity till it snaps into place. 7. Push the destructive battery cable again onto the destructive battery terminal. Tighten the clamp nut with an adjustable wrench turned in a clockwise direction. Close the hood….
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 04-05-2013
…panel device to take away the panels within the door openings holding the Ford’s carpeting to the ground of the vehicle. Place the cables beneath the carpeting. Change the panels by hand with a medium quantity of force. 7. Exchange the Ford’s stereo into the stereo dock. Take away the DIN elimination tools. 8. Connect the patch cables to their outlets on the CD changer. 9. Reconnect the adverse battery cable to the negative lead put u…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 16-04-2013
…ck. Place the faceplate of the stereo onto the unit (for removable face radios only). See the radio’s accompanying guide for exact instructions for connecting the stereo’s face. Return to the Ford’s battery. 6. Substitute the adverse battery cable’s clamp around the unfavourable battery terminal. Tighten the bolt with the wrench and shut the hood….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 25-04-2013
l the stereo meeting into the dashboard stereo mounting dock. Press firmly on the outside of the trim panel that accommodates the newly installed stereo unit to snap it again into place within the dash. Return to the battery. 7. Place the negative battery cable clamp across the damaging battery terminal. Tighten the bolt on the cable’s clamp with the wrench. Close the Taurus’ hood….