need to put hydraulic jack under engine, usually under oil pan to jack up engine(use a small peice of 2x6/2x8 under pan in order to keep from denting oil pan. you will need swivel head sockets and several extensions in order to reach the bolts. Important to dismount your computer from fire wall and remove air cleaner assembly to give room for engine to elevate when jacking it up After removing nuts, start jacking up engine taking care to watch all wiring and hoses to keep from damaging, disconnect as you go.
Remove motor mounts and raise motor approximately 4 inches.
yes this will work but you might need to change your motor mounts
Not including Trans Mounts, Should be 2, on has 2 bushings in it, the one closer to the rear
I dont know what "bumbing" means but ill assume vibrating. Replace all 3 motor mounts and 1 transmission mount.
3 ----- 2 side and 1 front
The Largest engine that will fit the motor mounts in a 1988 Ford Bronco is a 351 Windsor engine. You can get custom motor mounts and what not to fit any engine, but it takes some creativity and welding. I have a 460 engine in my 1988 Bronco, but it took quite the time to fit it in.
pull old one off (lower front on left side of motor when standing in front), install new one.
You will need to unbolt the motor and transmission from their mounts. jack up the motor, drain and remove the lower oil pan. That should give you access to the pump. If your going to do it you might want to change your main barrings at the same time.
How do I get to the flywheel bolts on a 98 dodge dakota to remove a transmission
Not easily. manifolds are different, motor mounts will not interchange..........
Not without major modifications.Not without major modifications.
on the 89 dynasty, it is located right next to the thermostat
they are both V8s, they should use the same motor mounts
No, but hear are the years that will work. 1988 to 1995 350 engines.
What size motor? What accessories do you have? BClear.
replace worn steering parts rebuild steering shaft
The easiest way is to disconnect the motor from the mounts, and the transmission from it's mounts.use an engine hoist to lift the motor up about 4 inches and drop the oil pan. You will have to pull out the crank which means the bottom of the rods as well try not to move the pistons, you will have to replace not only the main seals, I would do both, but the oil pan gasket and the rod bearings.
You support the engine at the oil pan using a clock of wood on the jack. Then remove the engine mount trough bolts. Jack the engine up until it clears the mounts. Then remove the old ones and install the new ones. Lower the engine until the holes match up, install the through bolts, torque them to specs and lower the jack the rest of the way.
Thermostat may be stuck open. Drain the system, replace the thermostat and fill with a 50/50 mix of the correct antifreeze and distilled water. Heater core may be clogged. Replace the heater core. Blend door be stuck. Blower motor may not be running. Repair the problem. Blower motor not working. Either the blower motor is defective, fuse is blown, or the resistor pace is defective.
No you can not puth a 3.8 liter Pontiac engine into no s10 the motor mounts are way diffrent and the pontaic is a front wheel drive
First remove the leather triangle cover on the inside of the car, where the mirror mounts. there are several screws there, and a electrical connection if you have power mirrors.
Yes, There would be no reason it wouldn't, They have the exact same body. I'd suggest replacing the engine and trans together, don't wanna put too much power to the v6 tranny (you might break it). You would just have to get the correct motor mounts, the v6 mounts won't work
1988 F-250 351 Windsor oil pump is located in the oil pan . You will have to unbolt the motor mounts and jack the engine up slightly to remove the oil pan to gain access .
u have to drill out stock rivets on the door replace with quality bolts and nuts .remove motor unplug.reverse procedure to install new motor its pretty simple..
I have repaired both electric windows in my 1988 caravan. There is a white plastic track that the motor pulls and pushed and this is what opens and closes the window. It is located inside the door behind the door panels. Usually the track breaks, with age and you need to replace them.