Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 11-11-2012
…of the Ford. 8. Replace the trim panel within the doorways with the cables secured beneath the carpeting. Change the stereo into the sprint of the Escape by pushing it into the stereo mounting dock until it locks into place. 9. Join the sign cable and turn-on lead to the powered sub-woofer within the rear cargo area. 10. Connect the ability supply cable to the sub. 11. Connect the grounding wire (supplied in the amplifier wiring package) to the…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 30-10-2012
…of the faceplate adapter. 4. Connect the leads of the wiring harness adapter to the retailers on the again of the aftermarket stereo/radio. Slide the aftermarket stereo into the opening offered by the Ford faceplate adapter. 5. Place the negative battery cable clamp across the detrimental lead put up of the Ford battery. Tighten the bolt on the clamp with the ten mm wrench so that the clamp can not move freely in regards to the lead post….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 21-03-2013
…of the amplifier. Route the power provide cable from the driver’s facet to the placement of the amplifier. Tuck the cables into the side panelling of the Focus with a trim panel elimination software or flat screwdriver. 9. Insert the ability cable lead into the facility input on the amplifier. Connect the patch cable results in the sign inputs on the amplifier. Join the amplifier to a screw or bolt within the rear cargo area of the Focus wi…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 19-12-2012
…tchet. You will have to carry the nuts with a wrench to keep them from turning as you tighten the bolts. Remove the spring compressor from the coil spring. Pull the stabilizer bar into place and tighten the nut with a wrench. 6. Plug within the ABS sensor if your automobile has antilock brakes. Attach the brake hose bracket to the strut and tighten the nut with a wrench. Set up the wheel on the Escape and tighten the lug nuts with the lug wrench….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 22-04-2013
…e fuel pump relay. 7. Connect the black, adverse battery cable utilizing the wrench. 8. Flip the ignition key to “On” but don’t start the vehicle. Make sure that there are no leaks on the filter connections. 9. Start the engine and let it idle. Double-test for leaks….
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 12-01-2014
…g harness adapter. Attach the wiring harness adapter results in the brand new stereo. Plug the antenna wire into the aftermarket stereo. 5. Put the brand new stereo into the faceplate adapter package till it snaps into place. 6. Replace the battery cable clamp onto the destructive lead publish and tighten it with the screwdriver….
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….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 01-11-2012
astic wire group binders into the leads of the harness. 8. Insert the new stereo into the sleeve until it snaps into place. The face of the aftermarket stereo can be degree with the trim of the dashboard stereo mounting dock. 9. Replace the grounding cable over the adverse lead put up and tighten the cable’s clamp with the wench….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 04-01-2012
rear edge of the door panel. 4. Pry around the bottom and aspect edges of the door panel with the panel tool. Elevate the panel off of the door and disconnect the wiring harness on the backside of the door. 5. Remove the four 7/32-inch screws from the edge of the speaker with a screwdriver. Pull the speaker out of the door and unplug the wiring harness connected to the back of it. Plug the wiring harness into the new speaker and check its operati…