isuzu npr 1994 bleed brakes
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Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 14-12-2010
CAUTION: Use only DOT 3 brake fluid from a sealed container. NOTE: ABS bleeding requires conventional bleeding methods (manual or pressure) plus ABS bleeding method (using scan tool). See MANUAL BLEEDING or PRESSURE BLEEDING plus ABS BLEEDING . Bleed system using either conventional bleeding method, then using ABS bleeding method. Repeat conventional bleeding method. Observe following precautions during brake bleeding procedure. DO NOT allow master cylinder to run out of fluid when bleeding brakes. Check fluid level frequently and add fluid as necessary. DO NOT pump brake pedal during bleeding procedure unless directed to do so. Bleed only one brake system component at a time. Use a bleed hose on each wheel cylinder and caliper bleed screw. Be sure to tighten each bleed screw when bleeding is complete. If master cylinder has been overhauled or a new cylinder is to be installed, bench bleed master cylinder before installation. MANUAL BLEEDING 1. Fill master cylinder. Install clear vinyl bleed hose onto left rear bleed screw. Place other end of hose in clean transparent container. 2. Partially fill a container with clean brake fluid. Submerge end of hose in fluid. Pump pedal 3-4 times and hold. Open bleed screw at least one turn. 3. Close bleed screw. Release pedal. Repeat procedure until flow of brake fluid is clear and free of bubbles. Proceed to next bleed screw of brake bleeding sequence. See BLEEDING SEQUENCE table.
Filed Under (Lincoln) by admin on 25-03-2011
1. WARNING: Brake fluid contains polyglycol ethers and polyglycols. Avoid contact with eyes. Wash hands thoroughly after handling. If brake fluid contacts eyes, flush eyes with running water for 15 minutes. Get medical attention if irritation persists. If taken internally, drink water and induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. CAUTION: Brake fluid is harmful to painted or plastic surfaces. If the brake fluid is spilled onto a painted or plastic surface, wash it immediately with water. NOTE: Make sure of absolute cleanliness when filling the brake fluid reservoir. NOTE: Do not re-use brake fluid. Fill the brake fluid reservoir with High Performance DOT3 Motor Vehicle Brake Fluid C6AZ-19542-AB or equivalent meeting Ford specifcation ESA-M6C25-A, DOT3. 2. Raise and support the vehicle. For additional information, refer toSection 100-02. 3. Remove the dust cover. 4. Remove the bleed nipple cover. 5. Bleed the clutch system. Attach a proprietary bleed jar to the bleed nipple and open the bleed nipple one turn. Depress the clutch pedal repeatedly until the emerging fluid is free of bubbles; always make sure that there is sufficient fluid (5 mm [0.2 in] above the MAX) in the reservoir. After bleeding, tighten the bleed nipple. Install the bleed nipple cover. Install the dust cover. After bleeding, lower the vehicl and depress the clutch 10 times and check that it is functioning correctly. 6. NOTE: Make sure of absolute cleanliness when filling the brake fluid reservoir. Check the brake fluid level. The fluid level should be between the MIN and MAX marks. If the level drops below the MIN mark, the brake warning indicator will light up. As necessary, fill the brake fluid reservoir with High Performance DOT3 Motor Vehicle Brake Fluid C6AZ-19542-AB or equivalent meeting Ford specifcation ESA-M6C25-A, DOT3.
Filed Under (Mercury) by admin on 10-06-2010
On all models, the fuse panel is located under the instrument panel, left of the steering column. Fig. 4: Interior Fuse Panel Identification (1994-95 Models) 1 – 10 Amp Panel Dimmer, Parking/License Lights, Autoshock Module, Clock 2 – 10 Amp Air Bag Module 3 – 5 Amp Foglight Switch 4 – 10 Amp A/C Clutch 5 – 15 Amp HEGO 1 & 2 (V6 Only) 6 – 10 Amp Anti-Theft, Trunk, Map, Vanity, Glove Box, Underhood, L/H Instrument Panel, Rear Courtesy, Door Courtesy, Lock Cylinder & Dome Lights, Power Mirrors 7 – 10 Amp Turn Signal Indicators/Lights, Backup Lights 8 – 5 Amp Cluster, Rear Defrost Switch, Coolant/Wash Level Sensor, DRL Module, EVO Test, EVO Steering Sensor, ARC (EVO) Module, ARC Switch, Hard Relay, Soft Relay, Auto Mirror, EATC Blend Door, Airbag Module, Overdrive Cancel Switch, Brakeshift Solenoid
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 08-11-2010
Some vehicles may exhibit a grabbing condition from the rear brakes during the first few brake applications. The condition only occurs after the vehicle has been parked for several hours. ACTION Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition. SERVICE PROCEDURE To service, reduce/minimize moisture intrusion into the rear drum brake assemblies by applying Motorcraft® Silicone Gasket and Sealant to the brake backing plate. 1. Place vehicle on hoist and remove the rear wheels. 2. Remove the rear brake drums and replace the rear linings. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 206-02. WARNING Do not breathe dust or use compressed air to blow dust from storage containers or friction components. Remove dust using government-approved techniques. Friction component dust may be a cancer and lung disease hazard. Exposure to potentially hazardous components may occur if dusts are created during repair of friction components, such as brake pads and clutch discs. Exposure may also cause irritation to skin, eyes and respiratory tract, and may cause allergic reactions and/or may lead to other chronic health effects. If irritation persists, seek medical attention or advice. Failure to follow these instructions may result in serious personal injury. 3. Inspect the rear brake assemblies for damaged, missing and/or improperly seated adjuster plug or parking brake cable. 4. Inspect and clean the lining contact area of the brake drum; machine if necessary. 5. Reinstall the rear brake drums and adjust the lining to drum clearance per WSM, Section 206-02. 6. Thoroughly clean the backside of the rear drum brake backing plate to promote proper adhesion of sealant. 7. Apply Motorcraft(R) Silicone Gasket and Sealant to the backside of the rear drum brake backing plate at the following inter[ace areas (Figure 1): ^ Axle Flange ^ Wheel Cylinder ^ Parking Brake Cable ^ Hold Down Pins NOTE AVOID GETTING SEALANT ON THE BRAKE BLEED SCREW AND BRAKE TUBE NUT. 8. Reinstall the rear wheels and torque lug nuts per Workshop Manual, Section 204-04.
Filed Under (Mercury) by admin on 23-10-2010
BRAKES – REAR BRAKE NOISE- “MOANING/GROANING” FROM REAR BRAKES WHEN COLD ^ NOISE – “MOANING/GROANING” FROM REAR BRAKES WHEN COLD MERCURY: 1999-2001 COUGAR ISSUE Some vehicles equipped with rear disc brakes may exhibit a “moaning/groaning” noise on initial brake application (cold soak). This may be caused by the rear brake pads vibrating in the caliper. Braking performance is not affected by this condition. ACTION Install revised Rear Disc Brake Service kit. Refer to the following Service Procedure for details. SERVICE PROCEDURE 1. Lift and support vehicle. Refer to the appropriate Workshop Manual, Section 100-01. 2. Remove both rear tire assemblies. 3. Remove rear brake pads per instructions in the Workshop Manual, Section 206- 04.4. Remove U-spring from the top of the caliper and replace with L-spring supplied in kit (Figure 1). NOTE THE LEG OF THE L-SPRING FACES THE OUTSIDE OF VEHICLE.5. Remove adhesive backing protection from new pads with C-springs (Figure 2) and install new pads into caliper. Use Pads XS7Z-2200-M for vehicles without