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it's real easy first use a flat tip n pry off the bezel surrounding the transmission shifter. it's one whole peace from the cup holder to the bottom of your ash tray if equipped.then you pop off the peice that surrounds your center air vents. then you remove the ash tray and lighter. then you can remove the radio and the ac controls. they are two peaces so once you pull it out as 1 peace then you can. remove the screws on the radio and a/c unit and wala. your done
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There are two screws located behind the temperature knob and the vent knob located below the stereo. To get to these screws you have to pull out on these two knobs and then re…move the screws with a Phillips screw driver. Once they are removed the grey trim around the stereo and ac/ heater unit should come right off. remove the trim and locate the screws on each side of the stereo. Remove these screws and slide the stereo out of its compartment, being careful not to damage the wiring harnesses and the antenna cable. Remove the wiring harness by pressing in on the quick release tabs on the sides of the plastic connector and gently wiggle the connector from side to side while pulling out away from the stereo. Then if not already disconnected, pull the antenna wire out of the slot. Your stereo should be completely disconnected and you will have to buya wiring harness adapter for the '03 Lancer to properly install an aftermarket stereo. You can usually find these adapters at any car audio store or electronics store. You are now ready to install your new stereo.
Answer To check the level you have to lift the car up and remove the center plug in the drain plug on the transmission pan. These cars have a sealed transmission no dip… stick to check the level. The center plug opens at the full level point of the fluid.
Each cylinder has its own. Remove the covers on the valve covers and you'll find them there.
Its most likely a wheel bearing.
To remove the fender on a Lincoln LS is really simple. There is only a few bolts holding it on, so remove all the bolts and it should pop right off.
I only use BP ultimate, or if im away from that i look for 91 or 93 octane.
I had an additive put in my Lincoln ls. I bought the adapter needed to add freon. It was located on driver side in front of tire.
Generally speaking a starter is located on the same side of an engine as the battery is located....makes sense doesn't it???(rear wheel drive vintage) This theory m…ay not apply to transverse engines.(front wheel drive vintage)
in the air cleaner housing black box
the assembly is attached with two screws and two pins that push in. Open tailgate, remove two screws you find when the gate is raised. Take a stiff putty knife or some such to…ol and wedge it in between the front edge of the light assembly and the car body. At the same time pull out on the assembly from the inside by the tailgate and pry the light out with the putty knife. The assembly is held in pretty tight by these pins. The pins are pushed into the body at a 45 deg angle ( toward the curved part of the lens ) and will pop out with some prying. There are two tail light bulbs and one back up light bulb ( bottom one ). These bulbs have different numbers.
Try this link below. http://www.lincolnsonline.com/tech/00232.pdf
Trouble code P0420 means:Catalyst system efficiency below threshold
hardest part is to slide out the vent on top, then it's easy... some of the screws are hidden around ash tray under the fascia...
On a 2004 Lincoln LS : The jet pump is installed through an access hole on the driver side top of the fuel tank . It is used to transfer fuel to the passenger side of the fuel… tank , because the fuel tank is almost like 2 smaller tanks connected together at the top
easy... pull down black fascia in the bottom part of the shifter and you will find a screw holding it...
In Lincoln LS
The fuel tank is 68 liters ( 18 gallons , U.S. )
catalysts are not fixable... you replace it... but first make sure there is no more simple (and cheaper) solution... if your car stinks i would check the O2 sensors, MAF, te…st for fuel pressure issues (bad fuel pump - you have 2 of them; one goes bad and car smells like rotten eggs) or the fuel-air-ratio in the ECM is right... especially if a new MAF was installed...