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TRANSFER CASE BINDING OR SHUDDER DIAGNOSTICS VEHICLES WITH 4.0L ENGINE SERVICE TIP ISSUE to the Data Link Connector (DLC) underneath The diagnostic procedure for binding or shudder the steering wheel. Monitor for any Diagnostic from transfer case in slow, tight turns while in 4 Trouble Codes (DTCs) set by the transfer case Auto mode may be inaccurate for some vehicles. that could indicate incorrect speed sensor function. Codes could include, but are not ACTION limited to: Diagnose transfer case binding or shudder concerns using the following Diagnostic Procedure. •P1836 – Front propshaft sensor circuit failure •P1837 – Rear propshaft sensor circuit failure DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE •P1874 – Hall effect sensor power short circuit to battery 1997 EXPLORER •P1875 – Hall effect sensor power circuit 1. Test drive the vehicle in 4 Auto, 4 High and 4 failure Low. Evaluate the vehicle in each of these NOTE modes. The vehicle should bind in turns in both ADDITIONAL CODES COULD BE SET AS WELL. 4 High and 4 Low, but not in 4 Auto. The 4 PLEASE REFER TO THE APPROPRIATE YEAR High mode is intended for severe winter EXPLORER SERVICE MANUAL FOR COMPLETE weather or off-road driving only. It is not LISTING AND EXPLANATION. intended for use on dry or merely wet pavement. 3. If any of the DTCs in the above Step 2 are set, remove the corresponding speed sensor and 2. Verify the instrument panel has the proper 4X4 replace accordingly. Drive the vehicle to verify if selection label (Figure 1). Proceed to 1995-97 the shudder/binding has been eliminated. Send Explorer heading, Step 1. replaced speed sensor to the Ford Warranty 1995-97 EXPLORER Parts Return Center, Canton, MI. NOTE 4. Using NGS Tester, monitor the Parameter 4 AUTO IS THE FAR LEFT SWITCH POSITION Identification Display (PID) on the transfer case ON 1997 MODELS AND IS THE MIDDLE clutch duty cycle. If the 4 Auto mode reads POSITION ON 1996 MODELS. something higher than one (1), verify speed sensors have not set any Generic Electronic 1. If during test driving, the vehicle shudders or Module (GEM) DTCs and follow the speed binds in 4 Auto during slow forward or reverse sensor diagnostic procedure in the above Step parking lot maneuvers, proceed to Step 2. 2. Verify the following while checking PID: Mode Duty Cycle Indicator 4 Auto 0 or 1 4 High 13 4 Low 38 at 5 MPH 5. If the speed sensor circuits are functional, inspect for water contamination in the transfer case oil

Ford F-Series Column Shift Repairs Manual

It’s a simple system. To remove the assembly, start by removing the column shift lever. This is super easy; just use two small punches to depress the two spring-loaded pivot pins on the lever, then pull the lever out. Be aware: the pivot pins and spring will shoot out. Next go under the hood, and undo the two bolts holding the clamp piece just above the steering box. The lower half of the clamp will come free. The upper half is locked to the “shoe” plate under it, and to the steering column, with a round peg cast into it. So you need to pry the shoe up away from the steering column to get the peg clear of the column. Once you do that, you need to pry the upper half of the clamp away from the shoe, so the peg is clear of the shoe. Once it is clear, you can slide the end piece off the shifter tube. Then slide the wave washer and 2-3 lever off. To get the 1-R lever off, you’ll need to pull a steel pin out of the shifter tube. It should just drop out. Then slide the lever, wave washer, and shoe off the tube. Push the shifter tube up to get the clearance needed for the shoe. The shifter tube is a hollow steel tube, with a hole drilled thru it near the bottom. In this hole there is a steel pin (the one just removed). The steel pin engages into slots in the 1-2 and 3-4 levers, to move them. As you can see, there isn’t a lot of wear in my shift levers’ slots. The pin shows some wear, where the tube contacts it. The pin is hardened steel and the shifter tube is mild steel, so the tube will be worse than the pin. The pins are available from Obsolete Ford Parts and others, P/N 01A-7337, only a couple of bucks. Getting the shifter tube out is pretty easy; just drop the column support (remove the bolts to instrument panel and loosen the pinch bolt) down to the floor, and you’ll be able to swing the shift tube to the side to clear the steering wheel, and pull it out. My pin wasn’t that worn, it’s the hole in the tube. The tube is hollow but actually has a steel plug inside it with a hole for the pin. It is pushed inside the tube and then peened in two places thru the outer tube (they punched the outer tube to lock the inner plug). inner plug had gotten loose inside the tube, too. If this is your situation, you could just drill and pin the plug to the outer tube, and get a good improvement. I wanted “like new”, so I took my shifter tube to my favorite machinist (Gene at Noor Mfg. in Albuquerque, a super guy). He made up a whole new lower end for the tube out of 1018 carbon steel. It’s got a spigot on the upper end that was pressed into the remaining tube, welded, then turned down. It is better than new! Look at the difference in the shape of the hole. Price for the work was very reasonable

1997 Ford Thunderbird/ Cougar Steering Column Removal And Installation Manual

Steering Column Disassembly CAUTION: Do not remove the steering column, steering wheel and air bag module as an assembly from the vehicle unless the column is locked to prevent rotation, or lower end of steering shaft is wired in such a way to prevent the steering wheel from being rotated, as this will damage the air bag sliding contact. 1. Disconnect battery ground cable (14301). Refer to Section 14-01 . 2. Remove steering wheel (3600) as described. 3. Remove steering column from vehicle as described. 4. Remove steering column lower yoke (3N725), steering column upper bearing spring (3520), suspension height sensor control ring (3C131) and steering column bearing tolerance ring (3L539). Lower Steering Column Assembly 5. Remove turn indicator cancel cam (13318) by pushing up with flat-bladed screwdriver. Note direction of flush surface. 6. Remove ignition switch (11572) assembly. 7. Remove bearing retainer (3C610) and steering column upper bearing spring. . Remove steel steering column bearing tolerance ring and steering column bearing sleeve (3518). 9. Remove plastic bearing retainer from ignition switch lock cylinder bore. 10. Remove metal steering column lock housing bearing (3E700) from ignition switch lock cylinder bore. 11. Note position of steering column lock gear (3E717) to actuator lock. Remove steering column lock gear. 12. Remove two pivot bolts. Use caution becausesteering column position spring (3D655) will release when bolts are removed. Remove steering column lock cylinder housing (3511). 13. Remove steering column shaft assembly from steering column. 14. Remove steering column lock lever actuator (3E715) and steering actuator housing (3F723). 15. Remove lower steering column bearing (3517) and steering column lower bearing retainer (3D681).

2006 Ford Explorer Scheduled Maintenance Guide

Scheduled Maintenance: 2006 Ford Explorer Driving Condition: Normal Condition Engine Displacement Transmission Fuel Cylinders Drivetrain 4.0 L Automatic Flexible 6 RWD ded Maintenance Mileage: Every 5,000 15 30 45 60 75 90 100 105 120 135 150 Value Package Price: See Dealer See Dealer See Dealer See Dealer See Dealer See Dealer See Dealer See Dealer See Dealer See Dealer See Dealer See Dealer Change engine oil and replace oil filter (Up to 5 quarts of oil. Perform at specified mileage interval or every 6 months, whichever occurs first) – See dealer Perform multi-point inspection – See dealer Rotate and inspect tires; check wheel end play and turning noise – See dealer Inspect automatic transmission fluid level (if equipped with underhood dipstick) – See dealer Inspect brake pads/shoes/rotors/drums, brake lines and hoses, and parking brake system – See dealer Inspect engine cooling system and hoses – See dealer Inspect and lubricate all non-sealed steering linkage,ball joints,suspension joints,half and drive-shafts and u-joints – See dealer Inspect complete exhaust system and heat shields – See dealer Replace engine air filter – See dealer Replace fuel filter – See dealer Inspect 4×2 front wheel bearings; replace grease and grease seals, and adjust bearings – See dealer Change Premium Gold engine coolant – See dealer Inspect accessory drive belt(s) – See dealer Replace PCV valve – See dealer Replace spark plugs – See dealer Replace accessory drive belts (if not replaced within last 100,000 miles) – See dealer Replace rear axle lubricant – See dealer Change automatic transmission/transaxle fluid and filter – See dealer Notes: Prices are shown for illustrative purposes only and may vary based on required fluid quantities and other conditions. Information in this document is current as of January 07, 2010 and could change in the future.

1997 Ford Thunderbird/Cougar Steering Column with Air Bag

Steering Column with Air Bag The steering column has a steering wheel (3600) which is bolted to the top of the steering column and is fitted with a supplemental air bag system. * Before performing work on or around any supplemental air bag system component, observe all supplemental air bag system conditions and warnings to avoid accidental air bag deployment and possible injury. * Refer to Section 01-20B for supplemental air bag system conditions and warnings. Steering Column, Tilt — Disassembled View Section 11-04: Steering Column 1997 Thunderbird/Cougar Workshop Manual DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Procedure revision date: 05/16/2000 Item Part Number Description 1 043B13 Driver Side Air Bag Module 2 N804385-S100 Steering Wheel Bolt 3 3600 Steering Wheel 4 N805572-S36 Air Bag Module Retaining Screws (2 Req’d) 5 3L518 Steering Wheel Spoke Cover (2 Req’d) 6 N804385-S100 Screw 7 14A664 Air Bag Sliding Contact 8 13318 Turn Indicator Cancel Cam 9 3C610 Bearing Retainer 10 3520 Steering Column Upper Bearing Spring 11 3518 Steering Column Bearing Sleeve (Upper) 12 3517 Steering Column Bearing (Upper)(Small) 13 3517 Steering Column Bearing (Large) 14 3524 Steering Gear Input Worm Gear and Rack 15 390345-S36 Screw 16 13K359 Multi-Function Switch