How do you remove the arm rest on the driver's side of a 1998 Ford Contour to put on seat covers?
Since nobody could help me - I drilled and hacksawed the thing to hell - Literally destroyed the metal and plastic, and shredded the fabric. Ford Contour and the Ford Motor Company is a ROYAL PIECE OF SCHITTT in my opinion. I have hated driving and owning the Ford Contour as long as I've had it. I will drive it into the ground and I will never ever own another piece of schhittt from Ford ever again. That company can rot in hell for the schitttt it offers to hard working consumers!
This is not the Ford Contour page this is the Escort Page. ========================================================= On a 1998 Ford Contour : The fuel pump shut off switch ( inertia switch ) is located in the drivers footwell behind the kick panel ( there is an access hole ) * the kick panel is the interior trim panel , in front of the front door , beside the drivers left foot
remove plastic covers on the ends of the handle...under those there are 2 bolts...remove them...i think they are 10mm...then remove the cover behind the door latch(used to open door)...inside, beside the latch...there is another 10mm bolt. remove it. pry out the window control switch from the front. pull it out. unplug the switch from the wiring harness. grab the handle of the door, then pull upward.
how do I remove the key switch from a 1998 ford contour You have to remove the plastic trim around the steering column (behind the steering wheel). Put the key in the ignition cylinder and turn one click. There is a small hole on the side of the ignition cylinder, stick a small screwdriver into this hole and press hard. Pull out the ignition cylinder with the key.
by Tigercadd: The drain plug is at the bottom of the radiator, passenger side facing the engine compartment. Im not a Big mechanic or anything but i know a few basics, not every car has a drain plug for the radiator, if it does, it will be on the bottom of the rad. if it doesnt a simple way to drain the coolant would be to disconect the bottom rad hose and let the coolant…