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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 03-05-2010
Fig. 1: Exploded View Of Automatic Locking Hub (Explorer & Ranger) Fig. 2: Exploded View Of Manual Locking Hubs (Explorer & Ranger)
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION AUTOMATIC LOCKING HUBS MANUAL LOCKING HUBS Removal 3. Using magnet, remove locking key from spindle keyway. It may be necessary to rotate adjusting nut slightly to relieve pressure for locking key removal. Loosen adjusting nut with 2 3/8″ Hex Socket (T70T- 4252-B). 4. Tighten adjusting nut to 35 ft. lbs. (47 N.m) while turning hub back and forth to seat bearings. Spin hub and back off adjusting nut 90 degrees. Retighten adjusting nut to 16 INCH lbs. (1.8 N.m). 5. Align nearest hole in adjusting nut with center of spindle keyway slot. If necessary, advance nut to next lug. Install locking key in spindle keyway under adjusting nut. Install 2 thrust washers. Press plastic cam assembly onto adjusting nut while lining up key in fixed cam with spindle keyway.
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 16-04-2010
Removing the stock air inlet system
a) Before removing any of the O.E. components, label each individual part so that no components become mixed up during the installation process. There are two Vacuum Switching Valves (VSV), and one air flow meter that have electrical and/or vacuum connections going to them. Be sure to label these connections before disconnecting them.
Remove b) Remove the two nuts and two plastic rivets that hold the plastic engine cover on. The
plastic rivets may be gently lifted with a small screwdriver. Remove the cover. c) Remove the bolt in the radiator support that holds the battery bracket. Unhook the rod at the rear of the battery bracket. Remove the battery from the vehicle
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 06-01-2011
Removal 1. Raise and support vehicle. Remove wheel assembly. Remove caliper from rotor. Remove locking hub. See AUTOMATIC LOCKING HUBS or MANUAL LOCKING HUBS under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. 2. Remove wheel bearings, lock nuts, hub and rotor. Remove spindle-to-steering knuckle nuts. Tap spindle with plastic hammer to free spindle from steering knuckle. See Fig. 9 . Remove spindle, spindle seat (if equipped) and splash shield. 3. On right side applications, remove and discard keystone clamp from shaft assembly and stub shaft. Slide rubber boot onto stub shaft. Remove shaft assembly from right axle. See Fig. 9 . 4. Remove left shaft assembly (if required). On all applications, wrap spindle in protective cloth and place second step of spindle in soft-jawed vise. 5. On Explorer and Ranger, remove oil seal using slide hammer and Seal Remover (TOOL-1175-AC). Remove needle bearing from spindle. Press seal from shaft assembly. See Fig. 9 . 6. On Bronco and F150, remove needle bearing and oil seal using slide hammer and Cup Puller (T77F- 1102-A). Press seal from shaft assembly. Installation 1. Clean all dirt and grease from spindle bearing bore. Ensure bearing bore is free of nicks and burrs. On Explorer and Ranger, install seal on shaft assembly using press and Seal Installer (T83T-3132-A). 2. On Bronco and F150, install seal on shaft assembly, with seal lip toward spindle. On right side applications, install rubber boot and NEW keystone clamps on stub shaft. Install right shaft assembly into stub shaft, with stub shaft missing spline aligned with shaft assembly. 3. Ensure splines are fully engaged. Install rubber boot over assembly and tighten keystone clamps. On left axle applications, install shaft assembly through steering knuckle, and engage in splines. 4. Install needle bearing in spindle, with manufacturer identification mark facing away from spindle bore. For bearing installation, use Handle (T80T-4000-W), and Bearing/Seal Installer (T83T-3123-A for Explorer and Ranger; T80T-4000-S for Bronco and F150). CAUTION: Install spindle needle bearing with manufacturer’s identification mark away from spindle bore.
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 04-06-2010
Some customers may experience a water leak at the front floor area. Water may be Introduction entering the body due to a body sealer void on the engine compartment rear wall, near the upper door hinge. Repair 1. Raise the vehicle. On the side of the vehicle that has the water leak, remove the front Procedure wheel and the front fender plastic liner. 2. Examine (with flash light and mirror) the body sealer condition on the engine compartment rear wall, near the upper door hinge. Also examine the sealer condition inside the inner fender box frame structure with access holes (see illustration).
Filed Under (Chevrolet) by admin on 01-01-2011
MODELS: 2008-2009 Chevrolet Captiva 2008-2009 Saturn VUE CONDITION General Motors has decided that a defect, which relates to motor vehicle safety, exists in certain 2008-2009 model year Chevrolet Captiva and Saturn VUE vehicles. Some of these vehicles have a condition in which the nut securing the power steering line to the power steering pump may loosen. If this were to occur, there may be a power steering fluid leak. In rare circumstances, the fluid could contact hot exhaust components resulting in a possible engine compartment fire. CORRECTION Dealer/retailers are to inspect the nut securing the power steering line to the power steering pump. If there are no signs of a fluid leak, retailers are to tighten the nut. If a fluid leak is present, retailers are to tighten the nut and check the fluid level. SERVICE PROCEDURE 1. Open the vehicle hood and inspect the power steering reservoir for evidence of a fluid leak. • If a fluid leak is present, clean and dry the affected area before proceeding to Step 2. • If a fluid leak is not present, proceed to Step 2. 2. Raise vehicle on a hoist. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle in SI. 3. Remove the right front wheel to gain access to the power steering pump high pressure output line. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation in SI. Important: Inspect the bottom side of the power steering reservoir and high pressure output line for evidence of a fluid leak. Clean the affected area, if required. 4. Using a 16mm open-end wrench, loosen the high pressure line tube nut (1). Do not remove the tube nut from the power steering pump. 5. Fully tighten the tube nut (1) by hand. 6. Note the position of the tube nut flats (2). 7. Using a 16mm open-end wrench, tighten the tube nut (1) 60-90 degrees (about 1 to 1½ hex flats). Do not tighten the tube nut more than 90 degrees (1½ hex flats). 8. Install the right front wheel. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation in SI. 9. Lower the vehicle. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle in SI. 10. If a power steering leak was found in Step 2 or 4, check the power steering fluid and add fluid if required. Refer to Checking and Adding Power Steering Fluid in SI.