you dont need to take the transmission out if you'll look on each side of the engine kinda behind the exhaust manifolds you'll see them and most of them have a bolt in the middle that allows you to release the pressure on the rubber behind them and you then just pull them out and replace them!
You should be able to access the plugs by removing the engine cover on the inside of the vehicle. They are in plain sight if it is the back ones that are leaking. The factory plugs should be solid metal and not rubber but either way they should be easy to get to with the cover removed.
( No ) the 1997 Ford Explorer uses automatic transmissions that are ELECTRONICALLY controlled , where the 1992 model year is not ( P.S. I'm not a mechanic / technician )
NO. the electronics on the 97 model are differnant than the 93 model. The 93 model has an A4LD and the 97 is a 4R44E/4R55E Macs Transmissions (Houston, TX) 281-394-4951 Macstransmissions@gmail.com
No transmissions are interchangable in this model.
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The Frigidaire model AFFC1466D is a self defrosting chest freezer model.
According to the Wiki Answers website : The Ford Aerostar was released in 1985 as a 1986 model
Not enough info to answer. If you are working on a car, please ask a new questin with year, make, model, and engine size. If you are working on a fridge, freezer, household ac, please ask a new question and include make, model, about it.Not enough info to answer. If you are working on a car, please ask a new questin with year, make, model, and engine size. If you are working on a fridge, freezer, household ac, please ask a new question and include make, model, about it.
The Ford Aerostar is a van that was produced from 1986 to 1997 by the Ford Motor Company. They produced 2,029,577 Aerostar vans in that time. This model was replaced by the Ford Windstar.
Depending on engine and 2wd or 4x4 but basically any model with the same driveline as yours model years 1990-1995 will work.
They are both YJ's so if the engine is the same then the transmission should match up too, you might want to be careful that the transmissions are the same model because the transfer case needs to bolt to the rear. There were a few different versions of the transmissions available, and these varied for several reasons, so yes, engine and transmission model match, yes the years are compatible.
should be a sticker in the engine compartment with a pic on it but you can find it in a haynes or chiltons repair manual for your make and model!
It's 8.8 cubic foot. (They call it a 9 cubic foot). I have the exact same model chest freezer.
The best was is to call the dealership. It all depends on the year make and model of your car as well as the engine size. Depending on the car (import or demestic) there are only a few different transmissions for each(automatic, standard)
What kind of vehicle? There are different transmissions, and different setups. For example, front wheel drive transmissions usually have to be supported from above the engine to remove the transmission. Then the clutch, and throwout bearing can be replaced. Caution!!! The engine being supported is NOT the only different thing you have to do. So reply with your vehicle Make, Model, and Year. I will be able to help you.
What is the age of Kenmore Model 198.714090.
75 percent of Americans prefer a side by side fridge freeze over a top freezer model. Since this is the modern way, and the freezer will fit much more in it when it is side by side, as well as the fridge, it has more shelves, and looks better than the top freezer models.
Depends on what model it is. Eaton makes both synchromesh and unsynchronized transmissions. The synchromesh transmissions (6 and 7 speed) shift like a regular car or light truck transmission.. push in the clutch, downshift. Unsynchronized transmissions, you take the transmission out of gear, rev the engine up the appropriate RPMs, then push it into the next gear down. This requires you to hit the RPMs right.
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In general a side by side freezer and refrigerator combo will afford you more storage space in both sections than a model with the freezer on top. A typical side by side model offers anywhere from 8 to 10 cubic feet of storage in the freezezr while the average model with the freezer on top offers less than 5 cubic feet of storage in the freezer. Side by sides also offer more than 20 cubic feet of refrigerator storage on average while a freezer on top model offers less than 20 cubic feet of storage on average.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I believe the answer is ( no ) From what I have read there are 3 different engine blocks for the Ford 4.0L EFI V6 engine ( OHV / pushrod design ) On the Ford Explorer : 1991 to 1994 model years 1995 and 1996 1997 to 2000
Outside, no. Inside, it depends on the model.