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Filed Under (Dodge) by admin on 05-05-2010
REMOVAL, DISASSEMBLY, REASSEMBLY & INSTALLATION DESCRIPTION
Vehicles equipped with 4WD and C205F front axle assembly use equal length axle shaft system to deliver power from front differential to front wheels. Both axle shafts are identical and interchangeable, 3-piece units consisting of outer Rzeppa joint, solid interconnecting shaft and inner tripod joint. Both Rzeppa joints and tripod joints are true Constant Velocity (CV) joint assemblies. Inner tripod joint allows for changes in axle shaft length through jounce and rebound travel of front suspension. Both inner CV joints are splined onto differential axle shafts and are retained on axle shaft by a snap ring located on axle shaft. Outer CV joints have stub shafts that are splined into wheel hub and are retained by a steel hub nut.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 02-06-2010
INTRODUCTION Circuit Functions The CMP signal source is a magnetic pickup sensor mounted on the left front side of the engine block. The sensor reacts to a peg on a target wheel that is positioned on the camshaft. The peg passes the sensor once per camshaft revolution and produces a single pulse correspondingly. The camshaft speed is calculated from the frequency of the CMP sensor signal. Diagnostic information on the CMP input signal is obtained by carrying out accuracy checks on signal levels, frequency, and duty cycle with software strategies. The powertrain control module (PCM) requires a crankshaft position (CKP) sensor and CMP signal to calculate engine speed and piston position. The CMP sensor creates a signal that the PCM uses to indicate the left or right bank. The engine will not operate without a CMP signal. Detection/Management An inactive CMP signal during cranking is detectable by the PCM. An inactive CMP signal causes a no-start condition. Electrical noise can also be detected by the PCM. If the level is sufficient to affect engine operation, a corresponding DTC is set.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 20-02-2011
1. With the vehicle in NEUTRAL, position it on a hoist. For additional information, refer to Section 100-00. 2. If oil pump removal is necessary, remove the timing drive components. For additional information, refer to Timing Drive Components in this section. 3. Drain the engine oil. 4. If equipped, remove the skid plate. 5. Remove the bolts in sequence shown and remove the crossmember. 6. Remove the parts in the order indicated in the following illustrations and tables. To remove individual parts, only carry out the listed steps: 7. To install, reverse the removal procedure. Item 1: Front Drive Axle Assembly Removal Note 1. Position a suitable hydraulic jack under the front axle. Securely strap the jack to the axle. 2. NOTE: Rotate the steering column so the pinch bolt for the steering column coupling allows clearance for the isolator bolt. Remove the upper front axle carrier mounting bushing bolt. 3. Remove the axle shaft housing carrier bushing bolt. 4. Remove the lower front axle carrier mounting bushing bolt. 5. Partially lower the front axle assembly. Item 4: Oil Pan Removal Note 1. NOTICE: Do not use metal scrapers, wire brushes, power abrasive discs, or other abrasive means to clean the sealing surfaces. These may cause scratches and gouges resulting in leak paths. Use a plastic scraper to clean the sealing surfaces. Remove and discard the oil pan gasket. Clean the sealing surfaces with silicone gasket remover and m etal surface prep. Follow the directions on the packaging. Inspect the mating surfaces. Items 6-10: Oil Pump, Oil Pump Screen and Pickup Tube and Bolts Removal Note 1. Remove the three bolts, the oil pump screen and pickup tube and the spacer.
Filed Under (Chevrolet) by admin on 31-05-2010
Removal 1. On vehicles equipped with a manual transmission, remove the shift lever. 2. On vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission, perform the following steps: A. Apply the park brake. B. Insert the ignition key and turn the ignition switch to the RUN position. C. Depress the brake pedal and shift the transmission to the 1 position. D. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position. 3. Disconnect the battery negative cable. 4. Remove the left sound insulator. 5. Remove the right instrument panel sound insulator. 6. If the vehicle is equipped with a multiple CD changer located in the center console, remove the center console. 7. Remove the center sound insulator. 8. Remove the lower left instrument panel mounting bolt.
Filed Under (Lincoln) by admin on 31-08-2009
repair and service manual covers Lincoln rear-wheel drive models. Continental 1970-1987; Mark Series (III, IV, V, VI, VII) 1970-1992; and Town Car 1981-2005. Note: this manual does not include Versailles models, V6 or diesel engine information.
* Introduction: Vehicle identification numbers; Buying parts; Maintenance techniques, and more.
* Tune-up and routine maintenance
* Overhead valve (OHV) engines
* Overhead cam (OHC) engine
* General engine overhaul procedures
* Cooling, heating and air-conditioning systems
* Fuel and exhaust systems
* Engine electrical systems
* Emissions control systems
* Suspension and steering systems
* Chassis electrical system
* Wiring diagrams