Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 29-10-2012
…r brackets using the socket set. 4. Loosen the rear sway bar bracket bolts sufficient to permit you to slip the sway bar out of the brackets on the front facet, where you eliminated the entrance bolts. Set the sway bar aside. 5. Slide the brand new sway bars into the sway bar brackets, making sure not to displace the sway bar bracket bushings. Substitute the sway bar bushings if they show indicators of excessive put on, such as cracking or deform…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 27-09-2012
…t set. Unbolt the identical link from the chassis with the socket set. 4. Install the Escort’s alternative left-entrance sway bar link by hand. Bolt it to the bar first after which to the chassis utilizing a socket set. 5. Repeat Steps three and 4 on the Escort’s proper-front sway bar link. 6. Unchock the rear wheel. Release your Escort’s parking brake. Back the Escort off the ramps….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 11-02-2012
…ich releases pressure on the rubber cushions, allowing them to fall out. 3. Orient the new link within the proper direction and install the nuts on the bolts, again utilizing two wrenches. Tighten the nuts and bolts securely. 4. Assemble the parts of a by bolt sway bar link and install the bolt. Tighten the nut until all of the rubber cushions are evenly compressed to about 2/3 of their uncompressed thickness….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 25-03-2013
17;s frame. Note that some Nerf bars could include a rubber insulator to take a seat between the mounting bracket and frame; if yours do, make sure that to put the insulator between the bar and body before inserting the bolt. 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….
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 09-07-2012
…ing a new sway bar so the tension is centered correctly. Use the pry bar to help align the bushings with the car’s brackets and insert the new bushings and bolts correctly. Slide the new bushings into place and tighten. 5. Insert the sway bar into the factory tabs and tighten with an Allen wrench tightly. Use the same bar to tighten these fasteners as used to remove them. Factory tabs and brackets need to be in good shape for the new sway b…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 17-11-2012
cle body the place the bolt holes shall be drilled. These marks should be centered on the body based on the widths of the frame and tow bar. 4. Clamp the tow bar to the car frame and align the bar to your drill hole markings. 5. Drill the holes in the body, using the position of the tow bar as a template. 6. Insert the mounting bolts and tighten them with a wrench. 7. Connect the safety cable and security chains; these must be included with the t…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 03-01-2012
…ine. 3. Connect the belt tensioner tool to the serpentine belt tensioner. Move the tensioner aside with the software and slip the serpentine belt over the tensioner pulley, per your F250′s specific belt-routing diagram. 4. Release the pressure on the tensioner with the software, then remove the device and shut the hood. Belt-routing diagrams range from mannequin year to mannequin 12 months and likewise by the F250′s specific accent se…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 03-01-2014
Raise the rear end of the running bar up and slide the transport field underneath it, to hold it up beneath the Ford. 4. Climb under the car along with your socket set and the set up hardware that comes with the working bars. 5. Raise the front end of the working bar as much as the body of the truck and slide the retaining bolt from the hardware package by means of the mount on the working bar into the Ford’s frame. There are predrilled hol…
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 20-02-2012
hen you have a 6.0L engine model. Then take away the four cooling-fan stator mounting bolts using a ratchet and socket and remove the stator. Go to Step 6. 4. Take away the air duct from the air cleaner assembly if you have a 5.4L or 6.8L engine model. Go to Step 6. 5. Remove the fan meeting you probably have a 4.6L engine model. Use special Ford fan instruments 303-240 and 303-239 to take away the fan (see Ideas). Move the fan meeting over the r…