FORD EPC 2009 & TIS 2009 including WIRING

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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 17-08-2015

The ELECTRONIC PARTS CATALOGUE (EPC) is the most current available version and contains full details of the parts fitted to the car which can be filtered by VIN number to obtain exact information. Exploded views of parts are included with part numbers.

The latest WORKSHOP / SERVICE REPAIR MANUALS contains information on Suspension Systems, Climate Controls, Body sections, Engine, Gearbox, Drive Train etc and Wiring Diagrams up to 2009 Models, PDI Work/Check Sheets, Technical Service Announcements etc.
You will also recieve the 2009 eTIS system update but this has no access to updated wiring schematics.

Ford Service Book Ka Fiesta Focus

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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 16-08-2015

Vehicle Type: Cars Year: 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998
Manufacturer: Ford Model: All UK Cars & Light Commercials
Ford Service Book
An essential part of a car, particually if you are about to sell your current car or if you have just purchased one and the service book is missing. Grid format inside to record date, mileage and service dealer stamp.
This book is the original as the vehicle would have been supplied with from new.
Totally blank.
Suitable for All Ford Models Inc 2008 & 2009 Vehicles.
Petrol / Diesel / Manual / Automatic / Vans / Busses / Chassis Cabs

Ford Fiesta workshop Manual

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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 15-08-2015

Year: 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002
Manufacturer: Ford Model: Fiesta
Ford Fiesta Petrol & Diesel (Apr 02 – 08) 02 to 58
Hatchback and Van (also most features of Fusion range), inc. special/limited editions. Does NOT cover Fiesta ST
Petrol: 1.25 litre (1242cc), 1.3 litre (1297cc), 1.4 litre (1388cc) & 1.6 litre (1596cc) Duratec. Turbo-diesel: 1.4 litre (1398cc) TDCi Duratorq. Does NOT cover 1.6 litre TDCi Diesel engine

1997 Ford Ranger Brakes Rear Drum Cleaning And Inspection

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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 26-05-2015

Inspection Use Rotunda Brake/Clutch/Service Vacuum 091-R0001 or equivalent to remove all dust from backing plates and interior of brake drums (1126). Wheel Cylinders 1. Rear wheel cylinders should not be disassembled unless they are leaking. Pull back each rear wheel cylinder dust boot and inspect for leakage. 2. Excessive brake fluid at this point indicates leakage past the piston cups and a need for rear wheel cylinder (2261) overhaul. A slight amount of fluid is nearly always present and acts as a lubricant for the pistons. If evidence of leakage is noted, the rear wheel cylinder should be disassembled, inspected and overhauled. 3. Inspect the rear wheel cylinder bore for scratches and pitting. If the rear wheel cylinder is pitted or has deep scratches, the rear wheel cylinder must be replaced. Brake Drums 1. A brake drum should be visually inspected and measured with Rotunda Brake Drum Micrometer 104- 00046 or equivalent. Before making an inspection or measurement, remove grease, brake fluid, or other contaminants from the brake drum using denatured alcohol. 2. Best shop practice requires measuring every brake drum with a brake drum micrometer regardless of visual inspection. The brake drum micrometer is set to the drum diameter and measures the amount and type of wear. Measure the diameter at various points 45-degrees apart around the brake shoe and lining contact area, and at the bottom of the deepest groove to determine if the brake drum requires replacement. Brake Lining 1. Inspect rear brake shoes and linings (2200) for excessive lining wear or shoe damage. If lining is damaged or worn within 0.79mm (1/32 inch) of the rivet heads on riveted linings, it must be replaced. Replace any rear brake shoe and lining that has been contaminated with oil, grease or brake fluid. Replace rear brake shoe and lining in axle sets only. Never replace just one rear brake shoe and lining of a brake assembly. Replace both primary and secondary shoes. Prior to replacement of lining, brake drum diameter should be checked to determine that brake drum diameter is within specification. If braking surface diameter exceeds specification, the brake drum must be replaced. 2. Check condition of rear brake shoes and linings, retracting spring, hold-down springs, and brake drum for signs of overheating. If rear brake shoe and lining metal parts have a slight blue coloring, indicating overheating, retracting and hold-down springs should be replaced. Overheated springs lose their tension and could allow new rear brake shoe and lining to drag and wear prematurely, if not replaced.

1997 Ford Ranger Wheel Cylinder Disassembly And Assembly

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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 26-05-2015

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Wheel Cylinder Rear wheel cylinders should be rebuilt in full axle sets only. If one side of the vehicle is done, the other side should also be rebuilt. Rear wheel cylinders should not be disassembled unless they are leaking. Carefully pull lower edges of wheel cylinder boots away from rear wheel cylinder, and note whether interior is wet with brake fluid. Excessive brake fluid at this point indicates leakage past piston cups and a need for rear wheel cylinder overhaul. NOTE: A slight amount of brake fluid is nearly always present and acts as a lubricant for the wheel cylinder piston. It is not necessary to remove the rear wheel cylinder from the backing plate to disassemble, inspect, hone, and overhaul the rear wheel cylinder. Removal is necessary only if the rear wheel cylinder is damaged or scored beyond service. Disassembly 1. Remove the rear brake shoe and lining (2200). Refer to the procedure in this section. 2. On ten-inch brakes, remove the wheel cylinder brake shoe links. 3. Disengage rear wheel cylinder boots from retaining grooves in rear wheel cylinder casting. Remove each wheel cylinder boot and wheel cylinder piston from rear wheel cylinder as an assembly. 4. Remove rear wheel cylinder piston cups and wheel cylinder piston cup spring from wheel cylinder bore. 5. Discard all rubber parts. 6. Remove wheel cylinder bleeder screw from rear wheel cylinder. 7. Wash all parts in clean, denatured alcohol. 8. Inspect pistons for scratches, scoring, or other visible damage. Replace if necessary. Always replace rubber parts. 9. Inspect the rear wheel cylinder bore for score marks or rust. If either condition is present, the rear wheel cylinder bore must be honed. However, the rear wheel cylinder should not be honed more than 0.08mm (0.003 inch) beyond its original diameter. 10. Wash rear wheel cylinder with clean, denatured alcohol after honing, dry it with compressed air. 11. Inspect the bleeder hole to ensure it is free of obstructions. Assembly Use all parts in the wheel cylinder service kit. 1. Apply a light coating of High Performance DOT 3 Brake Fluid C6AZ-19542-AA or equivalent DOT 3 fluid meeting Ford specification ESA-M6C25-A, DOT 3 to all internal parts.