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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 20-05-2010
Before replacing any air suspension components, disconnect power to the system by turning off the air suspension switch located in the rh kick panel area to prevent vehicle damage or personal injury. Rear Air Suspension Load Leveling Control Components
Compressor Air Drier Air Suspension Switch Generic Electronic Module (GEM) Powertrain Control Module Air Suspension Control Module
Check Air Suspension Indicator Vehicle Speed Sensor Electronic Steering Sensor Ignition Switch Air Suspension Height Sensor— (Rear)
Rear Air Springs Air Lines Brake Pedal Position (BPP) Switch Electronic Variable Orifice (EVO) Actuator Air Compressor Relay
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 20-05-2010
Some vehicles may exhibit a check suspension lamp on with Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC’s) B2140 or C2140 even after the Air Suspension switch in the upper RH kick panel has been turned on. This may occur at pre-delivery, following suspension service, or after Air Suspension module replacement. This may be caused by the ride height calibration. ACTION Adjust and/or recalibrate ride height as necessary using the NGS (New Generation Star) Tester. Refer to the following Service Procedure for details. SERVICE PROCEDURE NOTE DURING PDI (PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION) IF “CK SUSP” LIGHT IS ON, PRIOR TO SENDING TO SERVICE, VERIFY SWITCH IN UPPER RIGHT KICK PANEL IS ON. THIS SWITCH IS TURNED OFF DURING VEHICLE SHIPMENT TO PREVENT MODULE FROM SEEKING TRIM HEIGHT WHILE
SECURED DOWN FOR TRANSPORT.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 26-10-2010
ISSUE Some 2003-2006 Expedition and Navigator vehicles equipped with an air suspension may exhibit an air suspension height sensor linkage arm disengaging from the suspension ball stud or height sensor rotating arm. This concern typically occurs with the rear sensor (Figure 1) but may occur with the front sensors as well. If this occurs, the symptom will typically be the vehicle leaning to one side, the vehicle sitting too low/high, a harsh ride, and/or an inoperative air suspension. In addition, this concern may result in diagnostic trouble code (DTC) C1725 (air suspension front pneumatic failure) or C1726 (air suspension rear pneumatic failure). ACTION When a linkage arm becomes disengaged, do not re-attach the arm and do not replace the sensor unless broken. Instead, install a revised linkage arm on all three (3) sensor assemblies, even if they have not detached from the ball stud.Refer to the following Service Procedure. SERVICE PROCEDURE NOTE IF THE SENSOR ASSEMBLY NEEDS TO BE REPLACED FOR ANY DAMAGE/FAILURE OTHER THAN THE ONE DESCRIBED IN THIS TSB, THE REPLACEMENT ASSEMBLY IS SUPPLIED WITH A NEW STYLE LINKAGE ARM, SO THERE IS NO NEED TO ORDER ADDITIONAL LINKAGES FOR THE SERVICE REPAIR. 1. Replace linkage arms on all three (3) sensor assemblies following Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 204-05. 2. Discard the old linkage arms.
Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 20-03-2011
90 Nm + 45 ° ( 1 / 8 ) additional turn. loosening and tightening Remove any paint residue and/or corrosion in the threads of outer joint before screwing on nut. 3 – Phillips-head screw 4 – Brake disc Notes for repairing 5 – Brake caliper Do not remove brake hose when working on front wheel suspension Hang with wire or similar means Replace brake pads 6 – Metal countersunk screw 7 – Wheel hub Pressing out Pressing in Remove bearing inner race 8 – Rotor for speed sensor Only on vehicles with ABS Front brakes – brake caliper Girling, servicing Brake pads, removing and installing 9 – Hex bolt, 10 Nm 10 – Cover plate 11 – Securing ring Check for proper seating 12 – Wheel bearing Pressing out Replace, destroyed during ejection Pressing in 13 – Self-locking hex nut, 35 Nm 14 – Wheel bearing housing 15 – Ribbed bolt, 125 Nm 16 – Drive axle Removing and installing Servicing 17 – Multipoint socket head bolt, 45 Nm 18 – Hex bolt Camber setting Drive axle with triple rotor joint, removing and installing Drive axle, servicing Camber of front wheels, adjusting Mark installation position before loosening 19 – Hex bolt 20 – Bracket 21 – Stop 22 – Self-locking hex nut, 60 Nm unbolt and bolt in 23 – Suspension strut Disassembling and assembling 24 – Self-locking hex nut, 95 Nm 25 – Tie rod Removing and installing Front suspension strut – Basic/Plus suspensions, servicing Tie rod – power steering gear, TRW and ZF, removing and installing
Filed Under (Plymouth) by admin on 29-05-2010
WHEEL BEARING Wheel bearings do not require periodic maintenance and lubrication. To inspect, raise vehicle and remove wheel and brake drum. Rotate hub assembly. Excessive roughness or resistance may indicate bearing failure. Minor grease loss from bearing is considered normal. REMOVAL & INSTALLATION NOTE: If a suspension component fails or becomes bent or damaged, DO NOT straighten or repair. Always replace with a NEW component. COIL SPRING CAUTION: Only frame contact hoisting equipment may be used on vehicle. Damage will occur if vehicle is lifted by rear axle or rear suspension components.