1996 Explorers do not have front struts. They use torsion bars as springs that require special tools to remove and conventional shock absorbers that are easy to remove.
How do I remove parental lock
You have to remove the Internet Explorer from Control Panel. Deleting it from desktop as shortcut won't delete it.
how do you remove all lug nuts from a ford 2002 xlt explorer
Its a pain. You first have to drop the torsion bars under the truck. Then get a pulley puller and push the torsion bars back up to remove the metal pieces holding the torsion bars in. Remove the puller and take the torsion bars off. You will then need to remove the bracket holding the torsion bars. ONce that is done, you will have enough clearance to drop the tranny. The hard part is getting the torsion bars back on. Come to think of it, I think you can buy a tool from Ford to pull the torsion bars off. It pretty expensive that why I use a pully puller. Not all F-150s have torsion bars. Buy a Chilton Repair Manual for your correct year. It'll tell you everything step by step.
Click Start, Click Control Panel, and then click System and Security. Select Windows Update, then press Installed Updates. Look for Internet Explorer 9 and then press remove update. Good Luck.
You can change internet explorer 7 to the last veriosn of the internet explorer , by removing or Uninstalling the Internet explorer 7 from the add and remove . this will help in removing the internet explorer 7 from computer
No you do not, it is not in the way. First remove the transfur case from the back of the transmission. Then you will have enough room to remove the trans.
explorerforums.com has a great walk thru
Yes you do have to remove the bars or at least the torsion bar cross member and to do that you either need the otc tool or use a two jaw puller make sure to measure the bolt height before you start and set it the same they control your ride height
Remove the temperature control switch wiring harness. Remove the temperature control switch retaining screws. Reverse the process to install the new temperature control switch.
There should be a "Control Panel" icon there. The add/remove programs is inside of that.*** The answer is no. Add/Remove programs are accessed from the control panel. A+ Guide to SoftwareChapter 5Page 253