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2000 Ford Windstar Intake Manifold-Lower Removal And installation manual

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Intake Manifold—Lower Removal 1. Partially drain the cooling system. For additional information, refer to Section 303-03 . 2. Remove the upper intake manifold (9424). For additional information, refer to Intake Manifold—Upper in this section. 3. Remove the fuel supply manifold (9F792). For additional information, refer to Section 303-04B . 4. Disconnect the EGR vacuum tube (9E498). 5. Disconnect the EGR-to-exhaust manifold tube (9D477). * Loosen the nut. 6. Disconnect the upper radiator hose (8260). * Reposition the clamp. * Disconnect the hose. 7. Disconnect the heater hose (18472). * Compress the fitting * Disconnect the hose. 8. Disconnect the intake manifold runner control (IMRC). 9. Position the water bypass tube (8555) aside. 1. Remove the bolts. 2. Position the tube aside. 10. NOTE: Note the location of the six long bolts. Remove the lower intake manifold (9J447). 1. Remove the bolts. 2. Remove the intake manifold. 11. Remove the intake manifold runner control (IMRC) if necessary. For additional information, refer to Section 303-14 . 12. Remove and discard the lower intake manifold sealing components. Installation 1. Refer to the illustration for intake manifold sealing component locations. 2. Install the lower intake manifold front and rear end seals. 1. Apply a bead of sealant to the intake manifold front and rear end seal mounting points as indicated. * Use Silicone Gasket and Sealant F7AZ-19554-EA or equivalent meeting Ford specification WSE-M4G323-A4. 3. Install the lower intake manifold front and rear end seals. 3. Install the intake manifold gaskets (9439). 4. Install the intake manifold runner control (IMRC) if required. For additional information, refer to Section 303-14 . 5. NOTE: The lower intake manifold must be installed within four minutes of applying sealant. Position the lower intake manifold. 1. Apply a bead of sealant to the lower intake manifold mounting at the points indicated. * Use Silicone Gasket and Sealant F7AZ-19554-EA or equivalent meeting Ford specification WSE-M4G323-A4. 3. Position the lower intake manifold.

2000 Ford Ranger Cooling System Draining Filling and Bleeding Repair Manual

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NOTE: Less than 80% of the coolant capacity can be recovered with the engine in the vehicle. Dirty, rusty or contaminated coolant requires replacement. 1. Release the pressure in the cooling system by slowly turning the pressure relief cap one half to one turn counterclockwise to the first stop on the filler neck. When the pressure has been released, remove the pressure relief cap. 2. Raise and support the vehicle, For additional information, refer to Section 100-02 . 3. Remove the lower radiator cover. 4. Place a suitable container below the radiator draincock. Drain the coolant. 5. Close the radiator draincock when finished. Filling and Bleeding with RADKITPLUS 1. Using the special tool, install the RADKITPLUS and follow the RADKITPLUS manufacturer’s instructions to fill and bleed the cooling system. Filling without RADKITPLUS CAUTION: Engine coolant provides freeze protection, boil protection, cooling efficiency and corrosion protection to the engine and cooling components. In order to obtain these protections, the engine coolant must be maintained at the correct concentration and fluid level. When adding engine coolant, use a 50/50 mixture of engine coolant and clean, drinkable water. To maintain the integrity of the coolant and the cooling system: * Add Motorcraft Premium Engine Coolant VC-4-A (in Oregon VC-5, in Canada CXC-10) or equivalent meeting Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A. * Do not add Motorcraft Specialty Engine Coolant such as VC-2 or an equivalent meeting Ford specification WSS-M97B44-D. Mixing coolants can degrade the coolant’s corrosion protection. * Do not add alcohol, methanol, or brine, or any engine coolants mixed with alcohol or methanol antifreeze. These can cause engine damage from overheating or freezing. * Do not mix with recycled coolants unless they meet the requirements of Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A or WSS-M97B51-A1. Not all coolant recycling processes meet these Ford specifications. Use of such coolants can harm the engine and cooling system components. All engines 1. Install the lower radiator cover.

1991-1994 FORD TEMPO VEHICLE WIRING

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WIRING INFORMATION: 1991 Ford Tempo WIRE WIRE COLOR WIRE LOCATION 12V CONSTANT WIRE YELLOW Ignition harness STARTER WIRE WHITE/PINK Ignition harness 12V IGNITION WIRE RED/LT.GREEN Ignition harness ACCESSORY WIRE GRAY/YELLOW Ignition harness POWER DOOR LOCK (5-wire reverse polarity PINK/YELLOW Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel POWER DOOR UNLOCK (5-wire reverse polarity PINK/GREEN Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel PARKING LIGHTS (+) BROWN At Headlight Switch Or Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel DOOR TRIGGER (+) BLACK/BLUE At Courtesy Light Under Dash TRUNK RELEASE (+) PURPLE/YELLOW At Trunk Release Switch TACHOMETER WIRE TAN/YELLOW At Ignition Coil BRAKE WIRE (+) RED/LT.GREEN At Brake Pedal Switch HORN TRIGGER (-) YELLOW/LT.GREEN Steering column LEFT FRONT WINDOW UP YELLOW At Driver Window Motor Inside Door LEFT FRONT WINDOW DOWN WHITE/BLACK At Driver Window Motor Inside Door RIGHT FRONT WINDOW UP YELLOW/WHITE Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door RIGHT FRONT WINDOW DOWN TAN/BLUE Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door LEFT REAR WINDOW UP GRAY/ORANGE Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door LEFT REAR WINDOW DOWN YELLOW/BLUE Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door RIGHT REAR WINDOW UP YELLOW/BLACK Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door RIGHT REAR WINDOW DOWN RED/BLACK Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door WIRING INFORMATION: 1992 Ford Tempo WIRE WIRE COLOR WIRE LOCATION 12V CONSTANT WIRE YELLOW Ignition harness STARTER WIRE WHITE/PINK Ignition harness 12V IGNITION WIRE RED/LT.GREEN Ignition harness ACCESSORY WIRE GRAY/YELLOW Ignition harness POWER DOOR LOCK (5-wire reverse polarity PINK/YELLOW Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel POWER DOOR UNLOCK (5-wire reverse polarity PINK/GREEN Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel PARKING LIGHTS (+) BROWN At Headlight Switch Or Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel DOOR TRIGGER (+) BLACK/BLUE At Courtesy Light Under Dash TRUNK RELEASE (+) PURPLE/YELLOW At Trunk Release Switch TACHOMETER WIRE TAN/YELLOW At Ignition Coil BRAKE WIRE (+) RED/LT.GREEN At Brake Pedal Switch HORN TRIGGER (-) YELLOW/LT.GREEN Steering column LEFT FRONT WINDOW UP YELLOW At Driver Window Motor Inside Door LEFT FRONT WINDOW DOWN WHITE/BLACK At Driver Window Motor Inside Door RIGHT FRONT WINDOW UP YELLOW/WHITE Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door RIGHT FRONT WINDOW DOWN TAN/BLUE Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door LEFT REAR WINDOW UP GRAY/ORANGE Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door LEFT REAR WINDOW DOWN YELLOW/BLUE Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door RIGHT REAR WINDOW UP YELLOW/BLACK Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door RIGHT REAR WINDOW DOWN RED/BLACK Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Doo

2006 Ford F-SUPER DUTY Class A Motorhome Chassis INCOMPLETE VEHICLE MANUAL

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Certain exhaust system components, including exhaust heat shielding systems, have been installed on some vehicles in our assembly plants in an effort to provide protection against engine compartment and exhaust system temperatures. Subsequent aftermarket installers/manufacturers are responsible for providing thermal protection (e.g. underbody heat shields) for any structure and/or equipment added to the vehicle and should not remove any components or exhaust heat shielding installed on the vehicle by Ford Motor Company. All exposed interior sheet metal of closed structures (e.g. fl oor pan of cab and/or secondary structure, tool boxes, etc.) should be covered with an insulating material capable of protecting vehicle occupants and contents from temperatures potentially up to 700°F. OZONE DEPLETING SUBSTANCE (ODS) OZONE DEPLETING SUBSTANCE (ODS) The Clean Air Act of 1990, Section 611 requires any product (i.e., completed vehicle) containing or manufactured with any Class I Ozone Depleting Substance on, or after May 15,1993 must be identifi ed with a “clearly and conspicuously attached label.” Ford Motor Company has eliminated Class I ODS from its manufacturing processes. All 2006 Ford Truck incomplete vehicles will not have Class I ODS content. Manufacturers, including subsequent stage manufacturers, are required to label their products if the product, including any component (whether manufactured by that manufacturer or not), contains a Class I ODS or if the manufacturer used a Class I ODS in the manufacturing of the product. In the case where Ford Motor Company provides a label saying the incomplete vehicle contains a Class I ODS that information must be placed on the product warning label. (See EPA regulation on wording, placement, size, and combining labels.) In Canada consult the appropriate Provincial or Territorial Ministry of Environment. EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION LABEL To meet United States Environmental Protection Agency regulations, the Important Vehicle Information (tune-up and fuel tank capacity) labels must be affi xed in a location that is readily visible after installation and in such a manner that it cannot be removed without destroying or defacing the label. The label shall not be affi xed to any equipment that is easily detached from the vehicle. When emission control labels are supplied but not attached to the vehicle (i.e., tune-up label or fuel tank label), they must be permanently mounted in a readily visible location to meet the preceding requirements. In addition, whether the label is already affi xed or to be affi xed, no components shall be installed which visibly obscure the label in any way that fails to satisfy the visibility requirements described in the California Emission Control Label Specifications. For Canadian requirements consult Section 1100 8 (1) (d) (i), (ii), & (iii). CALIFORNIA FUEL VAPOR RECOVERY California regulations require that the vehicle fuel systems be designed to accommodate a vapor recovery fueling nozzle including unobstructed access to the fi ll pipe. Fuel fi ller pipes installed per the Figure B on page 15 will comply with the “Specifi cations For Fill Pipes and Openings of Motor Vehicle Fuel Tanks” referenced in Title 13 California Administrative Code provided no part of the aftermarket body, as installed, intrudes within a 254mm [10 in] radius cylinder which has its axis parallel to the ground at point “Z” and extends outward from the Ford Motor Company supplied fuel pipe housing component. The fuel pipe housing component is shown on the referenced fi gures and is attached to the aftermarket body via 4.76 mm [.188 in.] diameter rivets. Fuel fi ller pipes installed using the alternative bracket shown in Figure B, will comply with the above California vapor recovery regulations provided the aftermarket body does not interfere with the access zone as defi ned by the California Air Resources Board, and the areas adjacent to this opening cannot foreseeably damage the nozzle bellows or face plate of nozzles during insertion, latching, disposing or removal

Ford SVT Contour/ Mercury 2.5L V-6 Cougar (5 Speed Manual Transmission Only) Supercharger System Installation Manual

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1998-2000 FORD SVT CONTOUR/ MERCURY 2.5L V-6 COUGAR Installation Instructions For best performance and continued durability, please take note of the following key points: 1. Use only premium grade fuel 92 octane or higher (R+M/2). 2. The engine must have stock compression ratio. 3. If the engine has been modified in any way, check with Vortech prior to using this product. 4. Always listen for any sign of detonation (pinging) and discontinue hard use (no boost) until problem is resolved. 5. Perform an oil and filter change upon completion of this installation and prior to test driving your vehicle. Thereafter, always use a high grade SF rated engine oil or a high quality synthetic, and change the oil and filter every 3,000 miles or less. Never attempt to extend the oil change interval beyond 3,000 miles, regardless of oil manufacturer’s claims as potential damage to the supercharger may result. 6. Before beginning installation, replace all spark plugs that are older than 1 year or 10,000 miles with original heat range plugs as specified by the manufacturer and reset timing to factory specifications (follow the procedures indicated within the factory repair manual and/or as indicated on the factory underhood emissions tag). Do not use platinum spark plugs unless they are original equipment. Change spark plugs at least every 20,000 miles and spark plug wires at least every 50,000 miles. TOOL & SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS: •Factory Repair Manual •3/8″ Socket and Drive Set: SAE & Metric •1/2″ Socket and Drive Set: SAE & Metric •3/8″ NPT Tap and Handle •Adjustable Wrench •Open End Wrenches: 3/8″, 7/16″, 1/2″, 9/16″ •Center Punch •Ford Springlock 3/8″ Fuel Fitting Disconnect Tool •5 Quarts SH/CF Rated Quality Engine Oil •Oil Filter and Wrench •Flat #2 Screwdriver •Phillips #2 Screwdriver •Heavy Grease •Silicone Sealer •Drill Motor •1/8″, 3/16″, 27/64″ Drill Bits •9/16″ Rota Broach Tool (also available from Vortech) •Molylube •Wire Strippers and Crimpers •Utility Knife If your vehicle has in excess of 10,000 miles since its last spark plug change, then you will also need: •Spark Plug Socket •NEW Spark Plugs