How do you change a hatch lift on a Ford Aspire if the hatch side of it has a ball joint type bolt but the replacement does not and the original is broken?
I had this problem also. I went to a Ford dealer and they said the bolt was no longer available,but he gave me a printout of the hatchback and circled the bolt i needed. My Grandson went to a junkyard and found the balljoint screw for $1.00 plus tax. Hope this helps.
also, the ford escort hatch back ball joint works as well. i went to a junk yard and got it for free. took me months to find it, but it worked first try.
1995 Ford Aspire headlight bulb lamp replacement procedure: Purchase the correct replacement headlight bulb(s) first, before disassembling the vehicle. See sources and related links below for replacement bulb information and full light bulb part numbers list. Then consult your owner's manual for the headlight bulb lamp replacement procedure. As simple as it sounds, the owner's manual is the best place to start for bulb replacement instructions and illustrations. You may want to consider replacing both…
Ok i changed the background picture and im going to get in a lot of trouble if i dont change it back to what it was before but nobody saved the last background what do i do?
Broken glass is a physical change because the glass does not undergo any chemical changes by being broken. The glass could be returned to its original shape through physical means (melt and reform it). Glass is mostly silicon oxides, and the chemical bonds between the silicon and oxygen (which comprise the bulk of common glass) are not affected by breaking the glass.
yes and no... all aspire suspension parts front and rear will bolt directly to the festiva body... however the parts are not the same so you have to change the entire structure over to aspire suspension.. the 2 cars share a few individual parts like axle beam and various nuts and bolt. the aspire and festiva also have different wheel lug patterns so you need to have aspire wheels also and spare.... so if you…
There are certain types of chemical reactions describing what happens to certain reactants, such as combustion, single replacement, double replacement, etc. All of these processes change one kind of reactants (original substances) into different products (new substances) with a new combination of atoms arranged in a way to have completely different properties.Chemical reactionsare chemical changes. Reactions are just more specific.
If you are talking about adding a pack of powder to some liquid then this is a physical change. The powder is being dissolved in the liquid and therefore undergoing a change of state, this is however reversible by evaporating the liquid of to leave you with a solid mass (the original powder just not broken up)