There are two ports on the air conditioning compressor on the Mercury Mountaineer. The refrigerant to recharge the system is to be connected to the lower port.
You lift the vehicle and lower the fuel tank. The fuel sending unit is removed from the top, and the pump can be wiggled out of the unit.
You can't service the lower ball joints by themselves. You must replace the entire lower control arm.
To replace ball joints on a 2004 2WD Ranger, lift the upper control arm of the spindle assembly and remove the nut holding the lower ball joint in place. Then lower the lower control arm to relieve the ball joints. Replace with new.Ê
To replace lower front ball joints in a 1996 Jimmy, raise the front of the car. Grease both ball joints and install the spindle. Next, place the spindle over the ball joints.
Lift the car, remove the tire, remove the brake shoe/caliper, and remove the old brake pads. Put in the new brake pads, replace the brake shoe/caliper, replace the tire, and lower the car.
how to replace lower ball joints on 1995 4 wheel drive Nissan truck
You can replace just the ball joints on the lower control arms , but the upper ball joints come with a new control arm
If you need to replace the lower ball joints, check your owners manual for instructions. The manual should show you the location and how to complete the repair.
On the exhaust pipe, lower, possibly near the catalytic converter.
Change lower ball joints on a 96 gmC 4 by 4
The computer module in a 2003 Mercury Mountaineer is located behind the rear right panel in the truck space. The rear right seat belt panel must be removed and then the lower panel. The module is located beneath a green plug.
wear is it aat
which ones? upper or lower?
THE BALL JOINT IS PART OF THE LOWER CONTROL ARM
first you take it in then pay them to do them for you!!!!!!!!!!
how do u replace the lower ball joint on a 1997 ford mustang
I believe the lower balljoints can be changed , but the upper control arm assembly with the balljoint has to be changed
To replace the lower control arms on a 1994 Acura Integra safely raise and stabilize the car. Remove the lower ball joints and two bolts that hold the lower control arms to the car. Pull them off. Replace with a new unit.
There isn't one. Use the lower radiator hose- yes messy, I know, but the manufacurer doesn't care.
In the Standard Beetle the ball joints are pressed into the trailing arms. You need a special press tool to replace these. In the Super Beetle the ball joint is part of the lower control arm, you replace the arm when the ball joint is worn out.
When facing the front of the Mercury Mountaineer, the drain plug is on the lower left of the radiator. Place a bucket under the drain plug spigot before loosening to catch the coolant. To empty the radiator, turn the drain plug three-quarters of a turn. Tighten the drain plug before re-filling with coolant.
You need to have a "Ball joint press".
Rather than replacing just the ball joints, replace the whole arm as replacing just the ball will more than likely not work. Use ball joint remover tools to remove and replace.
The Data Link Connector should be in the lower part of the dash , below the steering wheel , between the inside hood release and the emergency / parking brake release ( it's behind a small removable plastic panel ) on a 1998 Mercury Mountaineer