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Can anyone tell me where the crankcase breather is on a 1982 Ford Pinto 4 cyl engine?

December 16th, 2010 · No Comments

Problem: This engine is in my Bobcat and is apparently a Ford pinto engine.
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How do you tell 460 Ford engine from 390 with out tearing down?

December 16th, 2010 · No Comments

Problem: I have 2 1973 Ford F250 trucks and was told one is 390 and other is 460. All info i found was on vin id and i do not know if engines have been changed or not.
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1998–2000 Ford Contour and Mercury Mystique Front Coil Springs Breaking

August 4th, 2010 · No Comments

PROBLEM: Front Coil Springs Breaking • Front coil springs for the Ford Contour and the Mercury Mystique from 1998 to 2000 could potentially fracture due to corrosion and fatigue. Tires can be punctured by coming in contact with a broken spring.
SOLUTION: MOOG® Coil Springs 80160 and 80162 • MOOG offers a replacement, constant rate coil spring that is designed to provide more (more…)

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On-Board Program Instructions

July 13th, 2009 · No Comments

ON-BOARD PROGRAM GM Pass-Key III (Easily identified by a ‘PK3’ stamped on the blade)
ORIGINATE A NEW KEY:
1. Insert new transponder key and turn ignition to ‘ON’ position. The dashboard security light will turn on and stay on for 10 minutes.
2. Once the security light goes out, you have one minute to to begin Step 3. Turn ignition to ‘OFF’ and then back to ‘ON’ position.
3. Repeat Step 2.
4. Once the dashboard security light has turned off for the third time, the key has been successfully programmed. This is now the only key that is
programmed to the system and all previous electronic key codes have been erased.
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1960-1977 Ford/Mercury VariShock Bolt-In Front Coil-Over Conversion Installation and Tuning Guide

June 18th, 2009 · No Comments

Remove Factory Shock and Spring
1. Raise front end of car and secure with jack stands. Wheels must not be in contact with ground.
2. Remove wheels, making note of which side of vehicle they were removed from.
3. Unbolt lower shock mount from spring perch.
4. Unbolt upper shock mount from shock tower.
5. Remove shock and mount from vehicle.
6. Using a spring compressor, remove the coil spring. Follow the tool manufacturer’s instructions for proper use of the spring compressor.
7. Unbolt lower spring perch from control arm.
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1995-2007 Ford Ranger – 1995-2001 Ford Explorer Mercury Mountainer Installation

May 28th, 2009 · No Comments

Locate four small holes on the face of the radio. Insert the (Ford Radio Removal DIN Tools) into these holes until you hear and feel a light click. Press outward on the DIN tools while at the same time pulling on them to slide the radio out of its cavity. Disconnect any wiring to the radio and set it aside in a safe place.
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VW Stress Station Manual

August 8th, 2008 · No Comments

The basic total pressure cell (TPC) is comprised of two stainless steel plates which are laser-welded together around the periphery, leaving a thin space between the plates which is filled with a special de-aired oil (see Fig. 1). For environmental reasons INTERFELS is avoiding the use of mercury as a TPC fluid. This approach is made possible by particular design features of the INTERFELS TPC such as:
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Auto Dismantlers Guide to Recycling Mercury Switches

June 21st, 2008 · No Comments

Mercury in Maine’s environment is a problem, particularly for infants and young children. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that 630,000 infants are born every year in the United States with unsafe levels of mercury in their blood.

Mercury emissions from human activity contribute to the problem. Sources include commonly used products that contain mercury. For example, fluorescent lamps sold in the U.S. in 2001 are reported to contain over 9 tons of mercury. Mercury is released when the lamps break, as inevitably happens when they are put in the trash. Although each lamp has only a few milligrams of mercury, over two million of them are sold in Maine every year.
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Neo Ion Instruction Manual Guide

March 27th, 2008 · No Comments

In this chapter you will learn how to install the Neo iON in specific vehicles. Acura Before connecting any cables to the black box you must set the dip switch to the Chrysler New / Honda / Acura position. If you set the dip-switches after you have connected cables to the box, you must disconnect and reconnect them for the iON to operate. Audi Make sure you have your radio’s theft protection code before you attempt installation. When you reconnect power to the battery, you will need to enter this code. Information about the theft protection code can be found in your vehicle’s audio operation manual.
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