Filed Under (Uncategorized) by auhow on 06-04-2012
A/c system – manual the manual climate control system heats and/or cools the vehicle depending on the function selector switch position and the temperature selected. The function selector switch position determines heating or cooling and air distribution. The temperature control setting determines the air temperature. The heater blower motor switch varies the blower motor speed. Component locations air conditioning system components the a/c refrigerant system is a clutch cycling orifice tube type. The system components are: a/c compressor. A/c clutch. A/c condenser core. A/c evaporator core. Suction accumulator/drier. Connecting refrigerant lines. The refrigeration system operation is controlled by the following: a/c evaporator core orifice. A/c cycling switch. A/c pressure cut-off switch.
Filed Under (Uncategorized) by auhow on 30-03-2012
Eec iv – tfI iv – ignition system – revised timing procedures and diagnostics – shop manual correction ford: 1984-86 ltd 1984-88 exp 1984-88 escort thunderbird, mustang, tempo, and crown victoria lincoln-mercury: 1984-86 capri, marquis 1984-87 lynx 1984-88 cougar, topaz, grand marquis, continental, mark vii, and lincoln town car light truck: 1984-88 ranger, bronco ii, econoline, bronco, and f-series 1986-88 aerostar the ignition coil and secondary wire test steps on pages 13-51 and 13-65 of the 1989 engine emissions diagnosis shop manual, volume h, have been revised. The new service information directs technicians to use a substitute coil instead of a resistance test. Action: refer to this tsb for revised ignition coil and secondary wire test information. Other applicable articles: none warranty status: “information only” issue: oasis codes: 680000 1989 ignition systems, timing procedures and diagnostics
Filed Under (Volkswagen) by auhow on 09-11-2011
damper with low pressure service valve* in refrigerant hose from expansion valve to compressor. Only use kent moore acr 4 or equivalent 2 – refrigerant hose* from expansion valve to compressor with damper 3 – refrigerant pipe* from receiver dryer to expansion valve 4 – high pressure service valve* manual a/c system components in engine compartment, servicing only use kent moore acr 4 or equivalent 5 – a/c pressure switch f129 or high pressure sensor g65 switch/sensor can be removed without discharging refrigerant system. Tightening torque 8 nm (71 in. Lb) always replace o-ring. F129 electrical checking f129 functional checks g65 checking f129 and g65 can also be checked using vas 5051/5052 in mode “guided fault finding” . G65 is monitored by obd of ecm. Function: f129 switches coolant fan v7 to the next higher speed when pressure increases in refrigerant circuit. F129 switches off a/c clutch whenever excessive refrigerant system pressure is present (e.G.: insufficient air flow over condensor or if system is overcharged). F129 switches off a/c clutch whenever insufficient refrigerant system pressure is present (e.G.: refrigerant has leaked out). G65 supplies refrigerant system pressure signal to coolant fan control module j293 and engine control module. 6 – expansion valve* removing and installing 7 – dust and pollen filter with activated charcoal filter removing and installing 8 – ambient temperature switch f38 switches off a/c clutch n25 at low outside temperatures.
Filed Under (Uncategorized) by auhow on 18-09-2011
Front Disc Brake — Rear Wheel Drive (RWD) Printable View (189 KB) WARNING: Carefully read cautionary information on product label. For EMERGENCY MEDICAL INFORMATION seek medical advice. In the USA or Canada on Ford/Motorcraft products call: 1-800-959-3673. For additional information, consult the product Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) if available. Failure to follow these instructions may result in personal injury. CAUTION: Do not spill brake fluid onto painted or plastic surfaces. If spilled, wipe up immediately before damage to the plastic or painted surfaces occurs. 1. Remove the wheel and tire assembly. For additional information, refer to Section 204-00 . 2. Remove the parts in the order indicated in the following illustration and table. To remove individual parts, only carry out the listed steps: SECTION 206-00: Brake System 2004 F-150 Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Procedure revision date: 05/17/2006 Material Item Specification High Performance DOT 3 Motor Vehicle Brake Fluid PM-1 (Canada CPM-1) ESA-M6C25-A High Temperature Nickel Anti-Seize Lubricant XL-2 (Canada CXG-2-B) ESE-M12A4-A Silicone Brake Caliper Grease and Dielectric Compound XG-3-A ESE-M1C171-A Part Steps Caliper 1-2, 14-16 Brake pads 1-4 Anchor bracket 1-7 Disc 6, 8-11 Dust shield 6, 8-13 Brake line 14-17, 19, 20 Guide pin and boot1, 2, 5
Filed Under (Uncategorized) by auhow on 06-05-2012
Component bleeding note: master cylinder bleeding (bench) 1. Support brake master cylinder body in a vise, and fill both fluid brake master cylinder reservoirs with brake fluid. 2. Install short brake tubes with the ends bent into the brake master cylinder reservoir. See fig. 6 . 3. Slowly depress the primary piston until clear brake fluid flows from both brake tubes with no air bubbles. 4. Install the brake master cylinder into the vehicle. Remove the short brake tubes and install the master cylinder outlet tubes. 5. Refill the brake master cylinder reservoir as necessary. 6. Have an assistant depress and hold the brake pedal. Loosen a brake outlet tube at the master cylinder one at a time. Tighten the outlet tubes. 7. Repeat procedure until no air bubbles are seen in the expelled brake fluid. 8. Bleed the brake system. See system bleeding . Do not allow reservoir to run dry during bleeding operation.