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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 15-02-2014
Download Ford : 2000-2007 Taurus 2000-2003 Windstar 2004-2007 Freestar MERCURY: 2000-2005 Sable 2004-2007 Monterey. ISSUE: Some 2000-2007 Taurus, 2000-2005 Sable, 2000-2003 Windstar, and 2004-2007 Freestar/Monterey vehicles, equipped with a 4F50N, AX4N, or AX4S transaxle, may exhibit an erratic fluid level reading on the transaxle dipstick and possible leaks around the filler tube and grommet. The condition may be due to a restricted transaxle vent. ACTION: Repair the transaxle vent restriction by replacing the transaxle vent with a 90° vent stem, small hose clamp, two (2) tie raps, and 24″ (61 cm) of 5/16″ (8 mm) vacuum hose. The 5/16″ (8 mm) vacuum hose will be routed from the 90° vent on the transaxle back to the cowl area, next to the brake master cylinder and tie rapped in place with the end of the hose facing down. Refer to the following Service Procedures. SERVICE PROCEDURE 1. Disconnect the mass air flow (MAF) sensor electrical connector.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 11-01-2014
Download The AEM Cold Air System differs from all others in several ways. We take the inlet air from outside of the engine compartment where the inlet air is considerably cooler than the hot underhood air. The cooler inlet air temperature translates to more power during the combustion process because cool air is denser than warm air. AEM has conducted extensive inlet air temperature studies and we have seen temperature reductions of up to 50 degrees by pulling air from outside of the engine compartment. The air mass flow to the engine is increased because of the increased airflow and reduced inlet temperature, which translates to more power. The AEM Cold Air Systems are 50 states Street Legal (some models and years still pending) and come with complete instructions for ease of installation. Read and understand these instructions BEFORE attempting to install this product. 1) Getting started a) Make sure vehicle is parked on a level surface.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 17-02-2014
Download TOOLS & PARTS I USED – Mag-Hytec Ford 10.5 rear differential cover – Redline #57914 75W140 gear oil, 6 quarts – 1/2″ socket & ratchet (cover bolt removal) – Flat screwdriver – Torque wrench – Drain pan – Several rags – Plastic putty paddle – Small funnel – Lacquer thinner – 1/4″ allen wrench (new cover bolt install) PROCEDURE Here’s a few pics of the Mag Hytec cover. Its a very impressive cover, complete with additional oil capacity, a magnetic dipstick, a drain plug, a 1/8 NPT port (for a temperature sending unit), and an o-ring to seal to the rear diff case. Here’s a shot of the dipstick (left) and temperature sender port. Here’s a pic of the drain plug on the bottom. Dipstick removed
Drain plug removed Here’s the stainless hardware that’s included with the cover. They also include the two sizes of allen wrenches needed for the installation of the bolts and to service the drain plug/diptstick/sender port.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 04-05-2012
Download These instructions will provide the basic and necessary information to allow a carbureted 302 to be converted to SEFI Fuel Injection. There are several different types of fuel injection conversions available, however, this instruction will concentrate on the High Output, MASS-AIR setups found on the 92-93 Ford Mustangs. There are two main advantages to using this type of setup. The first advantage is that the computer in the MASS-AIR system will automatically compensate for any engine modifications that have been done prior to the installation of the fuel injection system. The second advantage is that fuel is sent to each cylinder individually only during the appropriate firing cycle, meaning that fuel is sent sequentially to each cylinder only when the spark plug is ready to fire. This makes for an extremely efficient firing cycle . SEFI stands for Sequential Electronic Fuel Injection. This system is complex to be sure, therefore, this instruction is going to skip all the technical mumbo-jumbo, and focus on the bare essentials to install this system properly.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 31-12-2013
DownloadPART NUMBER: 21-450 2000-2003 FORD Focus L4-2.0L C.A.R.B. E.O. # D-670. The AEM® intake system is a performance product that can be used safely during mild weather conditions. During harsh and inclement weather conditions, you must return your vehicle to stock OEM air box and intake tract configuration. Failure to follow these instructions will void your warranty. 1. Preparing Vehicle a. Make sure vehicle is parked on level surface. b. Set parking brake. c. If engine has run in the past two hours, let it cool down. d. Remove the battery cover and disconnect negative battery terminal. e. Raise the front of the vehicle with a jack. Refer to your owner’s manual for proper jack and jack stand placement to properly support vehicle. Support your vehicle using properly rated jack stands before wheel removal or while working under the vehicle. NEVER WORK UNDER A VEHICLE WITHOUT USING JACK STANDS. i. Remove the lower front splashguard.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 16-12-2013
Download 1. Turn off the ignition and disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. Disconnect the mass air sensor electrical connec- tion. 2010-11 FORD Focus I4-2.0L PZEV Flat blade screw driver Ratchet Extension 10mm socket 13mm socket 10mm wrench 3mm Allen wrench T20 torx 3. Release the locking tab and then disconnect the crank case vent line from the rear of cam cover as shown. 4. Remove EVAP hose from the EVAP valve as shown. 5. Release the three retaining clips securing the air box lid and loosen the hose clamp at the throttle body. 6. Remove factory intake hose and air box lid from the vehicle. 7. Remove the two bolts securing the lower air box assembly to core support. 8. Pull up fi rmly to dislodge the air box from the grommet and remove the lower air box assembly from the vehicle as shown. 9. Remove air box grommet from inner fi nder well as shown.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 16-02-2014
Download Follow the instruction STEP-BY-STEP, and your installation will be trouble free. If in doubt, CALL! It is also suggested that as you proceed through the installation you read a few steps ahead so that you are sure to catch all notes and hints. During this installation process, you will reuse some parts or hardware and not reinstall others. It is recommended that you make space for those that you will reuse and a separate space for those you will not reinstall. In addition, you should save the parts that will not be reused in case you ever have reason to remove the supercharger and restore everything to original condition. If the vehicle has over 15,000 miles on the fuel filter, a new one is recommended. Anew fuel filter should be available at your local Ford dealer. Always use genuine Ford parts whenever possible. This is also a good time to change your oil and filter.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 28-01-2014
Engine Application Ford V6, 144-200; Ford V6, 171 (2600-2800cc); Ford V8, 255, 289, 302 & Boss 302, 1965-1988; Ford V8, 289-351W & Boss 302, pre 1972; Ford V8, 302-351W, 1972 & up; Ford V8, 352-428, 1964-1974; Ford V8, 351C, 351M, 400M, 1970-1982; Ford V8, 429-460, 1968-1971; Ford V8, 429-460, 1972-1987; Ford V8, 429-460 w/nine keyway crank gear; Ford V8, 351W, 351W H.O., 1969-¹84; Ford V8, 5.0L 302 H.O., 1980-March 21, 1984; Ford V8, 5.0L 302, 351W, March 22, 1984-1992.
Tools and supplies needed: 1. Basic hand tools as required for your particular camshaft and balancer bolts 2. Torque wrench 3. Pro Cam Lube (part #153 or #154) or suitable replacement 4. Camshaft Degree Kit (part #4796 including degree video) 5. Crankshaft Socket (part #4798 for Ford 302-351W, 429-460) 6. Thread locking compound 7. Engine repair manual for your particular engine.
The following instructions begin after the timing cover and old timing set have been removed.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 31-12-2013
Download Preliminary: disconnect the negative battery cable. Antenna: the factory antenna is located in the center front of vehicles roof. Radio removal and in-dash installation: note: the factory radio provision is a custom ford double din. When installing an aftermarket din stereo a dash kit is needed. We recommend the scosche fm1375 or fmc1370 installation kit. A set of din removal tools is also needed to remove the factory head unit. We recommend the scosche dt-1 ford din removal tools. 1. Insert ford din removal tools to release clips, pull out stereo, disconnect and remove. Front door speaker installation: note : the factory speaker provision is for a 6 x 8″ speaker. When installing an aftermarket 5 ¼ or 6 ½ speaker, a speaker adapter is required. We recommend the scosche sa68. 1. Extract (7) t-15 torx screws from the perimeter of door panel. 2. Remove screw cover from door opener cup, and extract (1) # 2 philips head screw from behind.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 10-12-2013
Download 1. Disconnect the negative terminal from the vehicle battery. 2. Disconnect & remove the harness plug from the MAS (Mass Air Sensor). (Fig. 1) 3. Unclip & remove the intake hose from the MAS. (Fig. 2&3) 4. Remove the breather hose from the cam cover. (Fig. 4) 5. Carefully lift the air box assembly from its mounting rubbers & remove the complete air box assembly from the vehicle. (Fig. 5) 6. Assemble the saddle bracket / mounting bracket using the allen head bolt, nylon conical washer, flat metal washer & nylock nut. (Fig. 6) 7. Fit the saddle bracket assembly to the hole located on the ignition pack mounting bracket & secure using the M6 bolt, nylock nut & flat washers as shown (if fitted, reposition the small electrical unit to allow access to the mounting hole). (Fig. 7) 8. Carefully unscrew & remove the MAS from the air box lid.… Read More