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Filed Under (Mercury) by admin on 07-09-2010
FORD: LINCOLN: 2002-2005 Crown Victoria, Mustang, Explorer 2002-2005 Town Car 2003-2005 Expedition 2003-2005 Navigator 2004-2005 F-150 MERCURY: 2002-2005 Grand Marquis, Mountaineer This article supersedes TSB 04-17-5 to update the model year and vehicle line coverage. ISSUE Some 2003-2005 Expedition/Navigator, 2004-2005 F-150 vehicles equipped with a 9.75? or 8.8? limited slip rear axle, and 2002-2005 Explorer 4dr, Mountaineer, Crown Victoria, Grand Marquis, Town Car, and Mustang vehicles equipped with 8.8? limited slip rear axle, may exhibit a chatter, shudder, a binding sensation, or a vibration during low speed turns. On 4×4 vehicles, the sensation may appear to be originating from the front axle or the steering gear. ACTION First verify the condition. On 4×4 trucks ensure that the vehicle is in 2WD, to isolate the rear axle. On all vehicles, turn the wheel fully right (or fully left) and then accelerate the vehicle. If the condition is verified to be in the rear axle, replace the limited slip clutch pack. SERVICE PROCEDURE
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 15-08-2010
Air suspension switch in trunk area must be turned o . On 1991-94 vehicles, locate the control module for the air suspension in the trunk area on either the back of rear seat or behind the trim panel on the right rear side of the trunk. On 1995-97 vehicles the control module is located under the right side of dash panel. There are 2 connectors for all model years, 1 black and 1 gray. On the 98-06 leave the solenoid connected. Disconnect the black connector and remove or cut the wire to pin #11 as shown. This will turn o the “AIR SUSP” message on the dashboard. The color code for this wire should be as follows: LINCOLN TOWN CAR: dark green/light green CROWN VICTORIA: green MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS: green Reconnect the black connector to the control module. This connector must be reconnected as the control module also controls functions of the “EVO” steering system. Turn Suspension Switch ON. NOTE: The parts in this kit are designed to replace the worn or nonfunctioning original equipment parts in the vehicle as produced by the car factory. These parts are not designed for installation on vehicles where the suspension aand/or steering systems have been modified for racing, competition, or any other reason than originally designed by manufacturer.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 31-08-2009
repair and service manual covers all fuel-injected Ford Crown Victoria and Mercury Grand Marquis models, from 1988 through 2000. Note: this manual does not contain information specific to carbureted versions, 5.8L V8 engine, or natural-gas-fueled vehicles.
Introduction: Vehicle identification numbers; Buying parts; Maintenance techniques, and more. Tune-up and routine maintenance; Engine and overhaul procedures; Cooling, heating and air-conditioning systems; Fuel and exhaust systems; Engine electrical systems; Emissions control systems; Transmission; Brakes; Suspension and steering systems; Body; Chassis electrical system; Wiring diagrams.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 31-08-2009
repair manual covers Ford Crown Victoria and Mercury Grand Marquis 1989 to 1998. US and Canadian models.
Introduction: About this manual | Introduction | Vehicle identification numbers | Maintenance techniques, tools and working facilities | Buying parts | Jacking and towing | Booster battery (jump) starting | Conversion factors | Automotive chemicals and lubricants | Safety first! | Troubleshooting
Filed Under (skoda) by admin on 05-06-2011
Clutch drag can sometimes be the result of a distorted release arm, which flattens in use from it’s original shape. This causes the rear of the release bearing to foul on the release arm under full stroke of the pedal, restricting the travel of the release mechanism. Visual evidence of this complaint can normally be seen by contact marks on the top rear edge of the bearing, and the top edge of the aperture in the release arm, where the two components have fouled each other in use. In extreme cases, the free play in the release mechanism will be excessive, and there will be insufficient adjustment left on the slave cylinder pushrod to set to the correct dimension. Where this complaint has occurred, the release arm should be replaced to return the release arm to the original dimensions. Pushrod Location Foul Contact Point