KIT FITS: 1950 – 1964 ½ and ¾ ton Ford pickups and panels F-1, F-100, F-150. These instructions covers Drop Axle Kit as well but steering link and both tie rods are different. KIT INCLUDES: Plates for each side of frame rail with tubes pre-welded and pre-drilled for steering box mounting, seamless heavy wall tubing [...]
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This wheel is a direct replacement for your original factory steering wheel with spoke mounted control switches. The original airbag (SIR) module, horn switch, switch harness, switches and shroud from the factory wheel must be removed and transferred to the new GRANT wheel.
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Install Steering Stabilizer
1. Position kit bracket (frame) onto front crossmember as shown below. Ensure vertical portion of kit bracket (frame) is centered on front crossmember. Measure 3” from rear edge of front crossmember to forward most hole in kit bracket (frame). Mark three holes in front crossmember corresponding to three holes in kit bracket (frame).
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I have a 1990 Nissan 300zx and its automatic you see and i would like to know all the parts i would need to convert it to standard. And when i say all the parts i mean ALL the parts not just a transmission.
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1. Engage the steering column / ignition switch lock with the steering wheel & wheels centered. (NOTE It may be necessary to remove the upper and lower steering shaft bolts prior to locking for accessibility)
2. Remove the stock steering assembly by removing the bolts that attach it to the steering box and steering column shafts. [...]
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Main wiring diagram, 2.8L Gas Engine, Engine Code AAA Note: For A/C system wiring information for vehicles equipped with the 2.8L Gas Engine, code AAA, see Index for correct Wiring Diagram No. Relay locations Positions of relays and multi-pin connector wiring, see also “Component Locations” sections. Load Reduction Relay Emergency Flasher Relay Wiper / Washer [...]
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I bought a 1997 Dodge Caravan and the airbag on the drivers side has been exploded, my question is, how do I change the steering wheel so I can put a new one on?
- you can just replace the airbag you do not have to replace the whole steering wheel. and i suggest that you [...]
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“SECURE IDLE” is an ignition switch bypass device designed to provide all the electrical functions that the OEM ignition switch normally provides. For proper operation and long term performance, do not deviate from the wire connection instruction. For each wire connection, remove approximately one half inch of insulation from the OEM wire, but DO NOT [...]
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1. Remove the negative battery cable first, then the positive battery cable. If equipped, the Supplemental Restraint System will be deactivated when the battery is disconnected.
2. Measure and record the space between the bumpers and the body as well as the space between the cab and bed for reference during installation of this kit.
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To avoid exceeding the maximum ratings in any condition, the voltages must be checked with no load at the power supply output.
Wiring Using the Screw Terminals
WARNING Make sure that you connect only de-energized wires.