Haynes and Chilton both print repair manuals that provide step by step instructions for repair of all kinds of things. You can buy these at most auto parts stores i.e. NAPA/Autozone etc. Ford will also make repair manuals that the local dealers will have, and alot of times if you talk to the service department, they will let you look at them, and sometimes even make copies of the appropriate pages for you. Good Luck
Contaminated fluid? Frozen calipers?
old break hose collapsing and or pistions sticking in calipers.
the transmission that is in a 1996 f150 is a 4r70w if automatic
remove wheels.remove brake calipers, remove 4x4 locking hub.with special socket remove axle locking nut. brake rotor will the slide off enabling you to change bearings
Bleeder screw for clutch is at the slave cylinder, on the bell housing of the Transmission. The bleeder for the brakes is on the calipers, and on the backing plate of the rear drum brakes
( 6 quarts ) WITH FILTER CHANGE
Remove the calipers, then the caliper frame, rotor is now free.
a 1996 F150 ,4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 takes 6 quarts ( 5.7 liters ) WITH FILTER CHANGE
blinker blubs on a 1997 f150 front blubs
By removing the transmission from the truck, then removing the seal.
No idea! If anyone knows how to do this please tell!
No, 97-03 F150's have a 5x135 lug pattern.
I believe that is in the right front passenger footwell , behind ( or by ) the kick panel
I believe it is in the right front passenger footwell by or behind the right front kick panel
Im not sure, but why the hell would you want to do this?
The engine cylinders are numbered : firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front
I BELIEVE it is in the right front passenger footwell , by or behind the kick panel
I need to change out the alternator on my 2001 f150 supercrew. how do I do it?
The front bumper for a Lincon Navigator cannot fit in an F150 2001 SVT.
OOPS! The cam sensor is on the front of the head, where it's safe and where you can change it easily !
I had a 99 F150 4wd with a 4.6L engine. The filter was located in front of the driver's side front tire, attached to the frame rail.
I believe it is 19 gallons ( U.S. ) front tank on your 1987 F150 long bed