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
Remove And Replace Vct Solenoid 1998 Ford Contour
showing hot to remove the vct and exhaust cam on a zetec engine. this one is one a 2000 contour but the 99-02 mercury cougar, and the escort zx2's used the.
Timing belt replacement Ford Focus 2002 2.0L Vin 3 DOHC PART 1 2000-2004 Check out your timing belt kit choices on Amazon. http://amzn.to/1HlP7xB Install.
Cannister purge issue, surging; Help with 99 2.0; need help guys; Codes P0102 and P0340 keep coming backHelp! 99 Ford Contour LX Oil Leak HELP (pictures).
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 04-01-2014
Download Recommended Options: 72803 6 Clutch Drum Assembly 72203 Direct Clutch Kit (6) Blue List of Enclosed Parts (1) Valve Body Assembly (1) Billet Intermediate Servo Cover (1) Solenoid Mounting Block (1) Solenoid Mounting Clip (1) 5/16-18 X 5/8 Whiz Lock Bolt (Solenoid Mounting) (1) Brake Valve (1) Brake Valve Spring (1) Solenoid and Pin Note: Prior to beginning installation of this Trans-Brake kit it is recommended that you be knowledgeable in the assembly of your transmission. If necessary consult a manual or seek the advice of a transmission shop. The transmission must be properly rebuilt for racing before installation of this Trans-Brake. 1.Remove the transmission pan and existing valve body. 2.Ford designates its intermediate servos by letters which appear on the servo cover (A, H, R, K, O, etc.). Note this designation, if your transmission is equipped with a “K” or “R” servo it must be replaced with a servo which has a larger diameter that seals in the bore of the case rather than the bore in the cover.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 06-02-2014
Download REMOVAL Step 1 Before you begin – let vehicle cool for about an hour. Disconnect battery. Raise vehicle and support on jack stands. The higher you raise it, the easier it is to work under. If your installing a new transmission and converter, skip to STEP 3 Step 2 Drain oil from transmission by removing the drain plug. This is a good time to install a TCI® Drain Plug Kit, TCI® #805800. Pans without plug must be slowly removed by freeing one end and allowing bolts on other end to hold pan. The pan will drop down to allow the fluid to run out the end. Use a drain pan to catch fluid. Remove remainder of bolts and slowly lower pan and pour remainder of fluid in drain pan. Replace filter and clean pan and install new pan gasket. (New gaskets and filters available from TCI®). Reinstall pan and torque pan bolts to OEM specs.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 31-12-2013
Download 1. Disconnect battery ground cable (14301) . 2. Remove two console armrest mounting access covers (047A62) at rear of console panel (045A36) (snaps out) to gain access to armrest retaining bolts. 3. Remove four armrest-to-floor bracket retaining bolts and remove armrest assembly (snaps out of console). 4. Remove console panel gear shift plate (044G24) (snaps out). On vehicles equipped with manual transmissions, shift boot is attached to bottom of finish panel. Remove shift knob and slide boot and console panel gear shift plate up shift lever to remove. 5. To remove top finish panel position emergency brake lever in the UP position. Remove four retaining screws and lift top finish panel up. Disconnect necessary wire connectors. 6. Remove two console-to-rear floor bracket retaining screws. 7. Insert a small screwdriver into two notches at bottom of front upper finish panel and snap out. 8. If the vehicle has a radio chassis (18806) , the radio chassis must be removed.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 01-01-2014
Download 1998 Ford Contour V6-153 2.5L DOHC VIN L SFI – A/T – CD4E Harsh and Delayed Upshifts/DTC’s Stored. TRANSAXLE – CD4E – HARSH AND DELAYED 1-2/2-3 UPSHIFTS – AFTER TRANSAXLE OR TURBINE SHAFT SPEED SENSOR (TSS) REPLACEMENT – POSSIBLE DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES (DTC) 628, 642, 645, 646, 647, 648, P0731, P0732, P0734, P0741, AND P1744 FORD: 1994-1997 PROBE 1995-2000 CONTOUR 2001-2002 ESCAPE MERCURY: 1995-2000 MYSTIQUE 1999-2002 COUGAR ISSUE Some vehicles equipped with the CD4E transaxle may exhibit harsh and delayed 1-2/2-3 upshifts along with DTCs for gear ratio errors after the Transaxle or Turbine Shaft Speed sensor (TSS) have been replaced. DTCs may include OBD1 codes 628, 642, 645, 646, 647, 648, or OBD II codes P0731, P0732, P0734, P0741, and P1744. SERVICE PROCEDURE If the condition occurred after replacing the Transaxle or TSS, use the TSS Selection Chart and determine the correct sensor for the vehicle. 1. Remove the existing TSS from the CD4E pump body.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 01-01-2014
Download 1. CAUTION: The maximum amount by which the engine management system will adjust the camshaft timing (VCT control unit) is limited to two degrees. As a result of this an extremely high degree of accuracy is required for any work which affects the valve timing. NOTE: The locations of engine mountings and engine support insulators are described looking from the transaxle to the engine. NOTE: Operation steps which only apply to certain model variants and therefore do not apply to all vehicles are clearly marked. Disconnect the battery ground cable. 2. Raise and support the vehicle. For additional information, refer to Section 100-02 . 3. Loosen the right-hand front wheel nuts. 4. Remove the right-hand front wheel. 5. Remove the engine underschield (if equipped). 6. Remove the right-hand front splash shield. 7. NOTE: Mark the accessory drive belt direction if the belt is to be reused. Remove the accessory drive belt.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 25-02-2014
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
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 31-12-2013
Download Ford 4.0L (OHV) Upper Intake Manifold Assembly Removal & Installation Removal 1. Disconnect the battery ground cable. 2. I highly recommend taking the hood off. Mark where the bolts connect on the hood to ensure proper alignment upon re-installation. My trick was to use “white-out” to do this, comes with a nice little brush. 3. Remove the air cleaner outlet tube by loosening the clamp next to the MAF and the clamp next to the Throttle Body. 4. Disconnect the accelerator cable from the throttle body arm, and then unclip the accelerator cable from the speed control actuator cable. Move them out of the way. 5. Disconnect the vacuum hoses from the brake vacuum booster, EGR valve and crankcase ventilation hose. 6. Disconnect the wiring harness connectors from the EGR valve, the DPFE sensor, and the idle air control (IAC) valve. 7. Disconnect the DPFE sensor hoses. 8. Disconnect the throttle position sensor (TPS) harness connector.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 17-03-2013
DownloadPARTS IN KIT: ITEM # QTY DESCRIPTION SERVICE PART # REPLACEMENT SOURCE 1 2 Spring, rear 2M5Z-5B669-AA Ford Dealer 2 2 Shock, rear 2M5Z-18125-BA Ford Dealer 3 1 Anti-roll bar, rear 1S4Z-5A772-BA Ford Dealer 4 1 Strut, RF 2M5Z-18124-BA Ford Dealer 5 1 Strut, LF 2M5Z-18124-BB Ford Dealer 6 2 Bump stop 2M5Z-3020-AA Ford Dealer 7 2 Spring, front 2M5Z-5310-AA Ford Dealer 8 2 Nut, upper strut piston W700212-S3091 Ford Dealer. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS: FASTENER TORQUE (ft./lbs.) (EXCEPT WHERE NOTED) Rear shock upper mount nut 13 Rear shock lower mount nut 85 Rear lower control arm to knuckle 85 Rear anti-roll bar to control arm bolts 11 Rear anti-roll bar bushing clamp bolts 35 Upper strut piston nut 35 Strut tower nuts 18 Knuckle to strut bolt 66 Front anti-roll bar link to strut bolt 94 Caliper to Knuckle 21 Wheel nuts 37. REAR SUSPENSION INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: STEP 1: Raise vehicle off ground and support with jack stands.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 15-02-2014
Download Part # 22907 1998 – 2001 Ford Explorer 4WD 1998 – 2007 Ford Ranger / Explorer Sport Trac Edge / Mountaineer 4WD Torsion bar key front leveling kit Part# Description Qty. 22907-01 Torsion bar keys 2 22907INST Instruction manual (customer copy) 1 22907INST Instruction manual (installer copy) 1 WARNINGDECAL Warning decal 1 MIRRORHANGER Rear view mirror hanger 1. Important customer information: Tuff Country EZ-Ride Suspension highly recommends that a qualified and/or certified mechanic performs this installation. If you desire to return your vehicle to stock, it is the customers responsibility to save all stock hardware. This vehicles reaction and handling characteristics may differ from standard cars and/or trucks. Modifications to improve and/or enhance off road performance may raise the intended center of gravity. Extreme caution must be utilized when encountering driving conditions which may cause vehicle imbalance or loss of control. DRIVE SAFELY! Avoid abrupt maneuvers, such as sudden sharp turns which could cause a roll over, resulting in serious injury or death.… Read More