Download 1. WARNING: The electrical power to the air suspension system must be shut off prior to hoisting, jacking or towing an air suspension vehicle. This can be accomplished by turning off the air suspension switch located in the RH kick panel area. Failure to do so can result in unexpected inflation or deflation of the air springs, which can result in shifting of the vehicle during these operations. Raise and support the vehicle. 2. Remove the wheel and tire assembly. 3. Remove the differential housing cover (4033). ? Drain the lubricant. For additional information, refer to Differential Housing Cover in this section. 4. Remove the brake calipers and discs. 5. Remove the differential pinion shaft (4211). 1. Remove and discard the differential pinion shaft lock bolt. 2. Remove the differential pinion shaft. 6. CAUTION: Do not damage the rubber O-rings in the axle shaft grooves. Remove the U-washers (4N237). 1.… Read More
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
Download 1. Before servicing the vehicle, please familiarize yourself with safety procedures. 2. Remove the axle”to”wheel hub retainer nut and washer. 3. Remove the parking brake shoes. 4. Press the outboard CV”joint until it is loose from the hub. 5. Remove and discard the toe link”to”wheel knuckle nut. 6. Remove the bolt and separate the toe link from the wheel knuckle. 7. Remove and discard the upper arm”to”wheel knuckle nut. 8. Remove the bolt and separate the upper arm from the wheel knuckle. 9. Remove and discard the lower arm”to”wheel knuckle nut. 10. Remove the lower arm”to”wheel knuckle bolt. 11. Remove the wheel knuckle. 12. Using a suitable press, remove and discard the wheel hub. 13. Remove and discard the wheel bearing retainer ring. 14. Using a suitable press, remove the wheel bearing. Fig. Rear hub/bearing Assembly”Aviator, Explorer and Mountaineer Fig. Pressing out the bearing 1. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.… Read More
Download To install studs : Remove a main bolt (main cap can be removed or left in place), tap threads, coat coarse threads with oil, screw stud in by hand, thread 2 main nuts on tray stud and lock them tightly together, lightly tighten tray stud 10-15 ft/lbs (making very sure that double nuts are not slipping or have run into the main cap), remove the 2 main nuts, coat the fine threads with oil, install the stud washer and nut, torque main stud with oil to torque spec of 65 ft/lbs for 7/16″ or 85 ft/lbs for 1/2″ studs, install 1 silver tray adjusting nut on the 3/8″ fine thread with the serrated face towards you (away from the engine). Do all the required studs locations to mount the tray in this fashion. You are now ready to mount the tray assembly. To install tray : Once all necessary tray studs have been installed properly, consult the special considerations section for the initial tray height and correct width, adjust the tray nut to this height, slide tray assembly into place and onto mounting studs, make sure that tray is supported equally by all studs (no wobble), the install the 2nd silver tray nut with the serrations toward the tray and torque with oil to 35 ft/lbs.… 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
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 Notes: ~ Be sure to read the instructions completely, from beginning to end before beginning any work ~ Unless specified otherwise, reuse the existing hardware ~ Possession or access to a 2000 Focus workshop manual or equivalent is strongly recommended ~ All work should be carried out by a qualified technician. ~ LCR camber plates are designed to fit standard components. The use of some aftermarket shocks, may require the need to modify or replace the mounting collets supplied, in order to attain correct fitment . Item #Qty Description Part Number 1 2 Plate assembly ( S shown ) LCR-0601S or R 2 2 Upper retaining collet LCR-0602 3 2 Lower collet LCR-0603 4 2 Upper Strut to Plate adaptor LCR-0604. REMOVEL INSTRUCTIONS: Step 1 Disconnect battery. Step 2 Raise and support the vehicle. Step 3 Remove front wheels. NOTE: (For easier removal on some vehicles spray penetrate on axle nuts, Strut to knuckle pinch bolt, sway bar link nut, lower ball joint retaining bolt and nut and tie rod nuts.) Step 4 Remove the right and left side hub retaining nuts.… Read More
Download FORD: LINCOLN: 1997-2005 Expedition, F-150 1998-2005 Navigator 2002-2005 Explorer 2003-2005 Aviator MERCURY: 2002-2005 Mountaineer This article supersedes TSB 05-12-6 to update the NOTE Service Kit and Service Procedure information. WHEN SERVICING THE REAR AXLE ON ANY 2002-2004 F-150, EXPEDITION, NAVIGATOR, ISSUE EXPLORER OR MOUNTAINEER BUILT BEFORE Some vehicles may exhibit an axle whine or hum 3/30/2004, IF FLUID REPLACEMENT IS during acceleration, deceleration and/or cruise. REQUIRED, REPLACE THE ORIGINAL FUEL EFFICIENT HIGH PERFORMANCE (FEHP) SAE ACTION 75W-90 REAR AXLE LUBRICANT WITH SAE An axle repair kit has been developed which 75W-140 HIGH PERFORMANCE SYNTHETIC incorporates most parts required for a REAR AXLE LUBRICANT. WHEN THE FLUID comprehensive axle repair. The kit should be used TYPE IS CHANGED, REPLACE THE CURRENT instead of installing a complete axle assembly to “FEHP” METAL TAG WITH A NEW “75W-140″ TAG repair an axle whine/hum. Replace Ring and Pinion (F3TZ-4121-AA). IN ADDITION, REMOVE OR with Axle Kit and Components.… Read More
Download -IMPORTANT LUBRICANT NOTE- The Auburn Gear limited-slip differential design has been extensively tested with high quality non-synthetic 80W90 hypoid oils treated with GM or Ford friction additives (3 oz. of additive will treat 1 quart of oil). To avoid differential clutch chatter (noise) and for optimum performance, use the oil and additive described above. Use of other additive and oil types may cause differential clutch chatter. Ford Part Number: C8A219B546A GM Part Number: 1052358 PINION SHAFT MODIFICATION Certain “C” clip axle applications with high gear ratios will require pinion shaft modification due to the thickness of the ring gear. The thick ring gear will prohibit the pinion shaft from being removed making “C” clip installation impossible. Use the following procedure to modify the pinion shaft. 1. Modification to be 90º to the pinion shaft lock screw hole as shown. It is recommended that this be accomplished through grinding. 2. Remove sharp edge from modified section by buffing.… Read More
Download FORD: 1983-1990 BRONCO II 1983-1995 RANGER 1991-1994 EXPLORER WHEEL END NOISE (BUZZING) IN 4X2, AFTER ISSUE UNLOCKING HUBS, SHORTLY AFTER 4X4 system diagnosis can be difficult at times due FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE USAGE: to system complexities. •Noise concerns in two-wheel drive shortly after ACTION shifting from four-wheel drive and unlocking hubs, can occur if one of the hublocks fails to For general system operation and diagnosis: Refer disengage. As the vehicle moves forward, the one to TSB Article No. 92-1-8. (1) hublock that has failed to disengage will rotate its axle shaft through the differential and attempt For specific automatic lock hub diagnosis and to rotate the other axle shaft in the opposite service: Refer to this article. direction. This is called differential motoring HUBLOCK DIAGNOSTICS torque. As this torque attempts to turn the other axle shaft through the differential gears, that WHEEL END CONTAMINATION: shaft’s hublock will attempt to engage which will •All compact vehicle hublocks have an O-ring seal result in a ratcheting or buzzing noise.… Read More