^^^ i ask this question because i see alot of contour GLs with base equipment, hubcaps, manual windows etc, well my GL has Power windows, 6 spoke alloy wheels (ones found on 98-00 SE) and fog lights everything the Sport has but it doesnt say sport on the back under GL...
owners manual will tell you
ATF, Look on bottle and it will tell you if it for FORD.
How steep the slope is.
the height of the mountain
thay adjust themself
closely spaced contour lines indicate steep slopes, wider ones indicate gentle slopes
the battery will not charge properly
Bring vehicle to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the problem
have you checked under the rear seat? just remove the cushion and you should be able to tell if is there or not.
Sorry to say I have a 95 ford contour as well. 1995 was the year they switched from the bad stuff r-12 to slightly less bad stuff 134a. If your sticker is still on the unit it'll tell you which type it is, if the sticker is off... well you should take it to an A/C repair shop and have them tell you. (My sticker was off and I had r-12)
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decal on the fan shroud
Anyplace that sells batteries can tell you the correct size.
widely spread contour lines tell you about the slope of land
Here is a site to tell you were it is and how to replace it. http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152800a8927
As this was the year of the switch, it can have either. There should be a sticker somewhere on the unit listing what it has. Any A/C professional can tell you.
The lines on a contour map tell us the height of the land above sea level. The areas joined by a line are of equal height, and that height is usually written on or next to the contour line.
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The lighter side Hire a private investigator and have it followed. Check its 'phone records. Lipstick marks are sometimes an indication.
Where the slope is steep the contour lines will come close together.
The Ford 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine is an Over Head Valve / pushrod design engine ( the 8th " character " of the VIN is an " X " ) The Single Over Head Cam engine is VIN " E " on your 1999 Ford Explorer Sport
the rims. 98's had there own style 98.5 and up have different rims There is also a small difference in the front seats. The 98 had less leg room int the rear. The 2000 also boosted the HP a bit but you can't see that. The body remained the same throughout the production.
Go to carpartswholesale.com to find parts for many makes and models. You enter the year, make and model, and then select the part you are looking for. you can also go to a store like pepboys and they have books that can tell you or they can tell you. My 2000 ford explorer sport takes 18 in the front and 15 in the rear.