Download There are five types of PATS implementations from Ford (A, B, C, D, E). Refer to Table 1 (page 11) to identify what type of PATS your vehicle is equipped with. PATS initialization is generally performed after programming. The A or D version of PATS does not store the key information in the PCM, therefore NO PATS KEY RELEARN IS REQUIRED after programming. The B or C versions of PATS store the key information within the PCM and MUST be transferred to the new PCM, or relearned on the vehicle after the new PCM is installed. The E version of PATS also stores the key information within the PCM, but CANNOT be transferred to the new PCM. This type MUST be relearned on the vehicle after the new PCM is installed. Note: If you are just updating the existing PCM calibration with an update calibration, you must select the MODULE REPROGRAMMING function (not Programmable Module Installation).… Read More
Download Parts REQUIRED for the install Description Snap on in dash wire harness ** Please read instructions first Radio dash installation kit 1999 Ford F150/Expedition kit Optional parts for this install None. Remove Factory Radio STEP 1 : The plastic dash panel surrounding the radio must be removed. This dash panel simply unsnaps by pulling. With your hands, grab one corner and pull until the plastic dash panel completely pulls away from the main body of the dash. The Ford radio is snapped into the vehicles dash. With the proper tool, known as Ford radio removal keys, the Ford radio can be pulled forward out of the dash. A clothes hanger can be used instead of actual Ford radio removal keys. Cut the clothes hanger and bend 2 pieces in a ‘U’ shape. For more information on how to remove the radio, see the diagram below. STEP 2 : Pull the radio from the dash.… Read More
Download PRODUCT ACCESSORIES DESCRIPTION The 1100F interface module is used when installing remote start products in Ford vehicles equipped with a factory immobilizer. The 1100F allows for easy interfacing between the remote start and the factory immobilizer, while maintaining the integrity of the OEM system. The factory transponder-based anti-theft system uses a small electronic chip hidden in the key to send a code to the vehicle’s transceiver when the ignition is energized. The key must be placed in the ignition and turned to the RUN position. This energizes a coil surrounding the key, which in turn energizes the chip, which sends a code to the vehicle. If the vehicle does not detect the code being sent, the vehicle will start and then immediately shut off or will just crank, and the anti-theft light will flash. The 1100F provides a valid code to the vehicle whenever it is remote started, but does not affect the immobilizer system during normal vehicle operation; the immobilizer system remains fully functional.… Read More
Download Ford Timing Set Installation Instructions Thank you for choosing COMP Cams® products! We know you have options in valve train component selection and we are proud to be your manufacturer of choice. Please read this instruction sheet carefully before beginning installation, and also take a moment to review the included limited warranty information. Engine Application High Energy Magnum Hi-Tech Ford V6, 144-200 3223 Ford V6, 171 (2600-2800cc) 3236 Ford V8, 255, 289, 302 & Boss 302, 1965-1988 2120 3120 Ford V8, 289-351W & Boss 302, pre 1972 3220 Ford V8, 302-351W, 1972 & up 3230 Ford V8, 352-428, 1964-1974 3208 2108 3108 Ford V8, 351C, 351M, 400M, 1970-1982 3221 2121 3121 Ford V8, 429-460, 1968-1971 3222 2122 3122 Ford V8, 429-460, 1972-1987 2130 3130 Ford V8, 429-460 w/nine keyway crank gear 2134* Ford V8, 351W, 351W H.O., 1969-¹84 2135 3135 Ford V8, 5.0L 302 H.O., 1980-March 21, 1984 2131 3131 Ford V8, 5.0L 302, 351W, March 22, 1984-1992 2138 3138 Notes: * #2120 or #3120 should not be installed on 351W engines as they are designed for 255, 289, 302 or Boss 302 engines.… Read More
Download I. Overview Congratulations on your new purchase of the industries’ best and most stylish Rear Bumper available for the 2009 Ford F150! This Bumper has been engineered for strength while keeping the weight down. Your Rear Bumper designed in 3-D from digitized data, CNC laser cut, fabricated, and powder coated… all in the U.S.A. Enjoy the fit and finish of a quality Ford F150 Rear Bumper from Fab Fours Inc. II. Tools Required • Socket Wrench with Extension • Breaker Bar • 3/4″ & 18mm Sockets • Flat and Phillips Head Screw Drivers • 3/4″ Box End Wrench • T20 Torx Bit • Floor Jack and wood block. III. Removal of Stock Bumper A. Unplug the Factory License Plate lights from the back side of the light housing from underneath the truck. Turn counter clockwise until loose. Secure up and out of harm’s way. B. Disconnect the wiring harness from the back up sensors.… Read More
Download Remove Factory Radio STEP 1 : The Ford radio is snapped into the vehicles dash. With the proper tool, known as Ford radio removal keys, the Ford radio can be pulled forward out of the dash. A clothes hanger can be used instead of actual Ford radio removal keys. Cut the clothes hanger and bend 2 pieces in the shape as shown in the photos above. For more information on how to remove the radio, see the diagram below. STEP 2 : Pull the radio from the dash. Unplug the antenna cable from the rear of the radio. Unplug the 2 wire harness connectors from the rear of the radio. This vehicle may have the Ford Premium Sound System installed in the vehicle. When you pull the Ford radio out of the dash, there may be a square connector plugged into the rear of the Ford radio. If there is a square plug, then your vehicle has amplifiers.… Read More
Download steps 1. Jack the front of the vehicle in accordance to manufacture recommendation and support with jack stands, so the front two tires are off the ground. 2. Remove the two front tires/wheels. 3. Disconnect the sway bar end links at the top. 4. Disconnect the brake line from the strut tower. 5. Separate the upper ball joint from the spindle. Use a ball joint separator or other suitable tool. 6. Remove the 3 upper strut mounting nuts on the top off the strut tower. 7. Loosen the lower strut bolt and nut and push the upper control arm up and pull the strut toward you. 8. Apply the thread lock to the (3) strut studs and install the stud extenders and tighten down. 9. Install the spacer lift on top of the strut plate. 10. Push the upper control arm up and push the strut inward and place the jack under the lower control arm and jack up so the strut studs will go threw the strut tower, use the new lock nuts and washers to install the strut.… Read More
Download Installation 1. Lower the tailgate and remove the access panel with a Torx T-30 driver. 2. Release the rod ends from the plastic clips of the scissor links by prying the yellow clasps up with a screw driver. 3. Remove the two 10 MM nuts holding the scissor bracket and remove it and remove the handle. 4. Pry the plastic dust cover from the handle and discard it. 5. Slide the LOCK BRACKET over the driver’s side stud on the handle and slide the EL over the passenger’s side stud of the handle. 6. Insert them into the tailgate from the outside. 7. Insert the scissor bracket into the tailgate from the inside. Tighten it down with a nut on the driver’s side. 8. Turn the lock counter clockwise with the slot in the horizontal position. This is important for the next step. 9. Insert the BOLT ASSEMBLY and position it onto the driver’s side stud on top of the scissor link with the other nut.… Read More
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
Download 2″ Lift 1992-96 F150 822 1992-97 F250*, F350* 822 3″ Lift 1992-96 F150 823 1992-97 F250*, F350* 823 Intake air duct 1. Remove intake air duct from top of radiator and throttle body. Fan shroud 1. Remove two bolts securing fan shroud to top of radiator. Pull fan shroud up and out of clips that secure fan shroud to bottom of radiator. Smog canister 1. Remove two bolts securing smog canister to passenger side fender well. Move canister about 5″ toward engine. Drill two new holes and install canister with stock hardware. This will allow the hose to reach the canister after cab has been lifted. Steering shaft (under dash) 1. Strap steering wheel to prevent accidental move- ment. 2. Under the dash, remove bolt that secures steering shaft to “U”-joint. Slide steering shaft out of “U”-joint. Front bumper 1. Loosen four bolts securing front bumper to front bumper brackets.… Read More