First you need to determine if you have a 2.9 3.0 or 4.0 engine... its on a sticker under the hood. And yes some parts are interchangable with ranger, bronco II mustang, and other Ford products.. a dist from a 3.0 wont fit the 4.0.
Removal of the water pump on a 1995 Ford Aerostar V6 3.0 non AWD begins by removing the drive belts and accessories. The water pump can then be unbolted and pulled from the engine.
i have the same problem on a 91 dodge and i took distributor out and pulled the gear out and it was striped u can see cam turning but not the distributor so check and see if its turning
None any more. the distributor pulled out of MN completely
AnswerThe sensor is located in the distributor on the rear of the engine. The distributor has to be pulled to be able to remove the sensor.
Bring the #1 plug up, find the firing order to the distributor then go clockwise. What type of engine is it? if its a 4 cylinder engine, cyl #1 is at the front of the engine, then #2, #3 and at the rear is #4. the distributor cap has one terminal that has a "1" on it and an arrow showing the direction that the rotor turns. obviously the #1 wire goes on the #1 terminal. the next terminal (following the arrow) is 3 then 4 then 2.
The timing on that engine is computer controlled. It requires an engine scanner to set the timing. No other way.
Weight is a result of the Earth pulling us down. The force we are pulled down is dependent on Earth's mass, so on another planet (with a different mass) one would be pulled down in a different manner.
no the gear stays in place , unless you take the timing gear cover off + the bolts that hold it to the cam shaft.no it won't change the position either unless you crank the engine, the gear stays in place.
The gear it is riding against is worn. If the gear on the cam wears out, the problem is with the gear on the distributor and vice versa. I have blown 3 gears off my distributor in the last five months. I finally pulled the front cover and found the cam gear is wasted.
cylinder identification sensor in wrong position bring up number one and point rotor front edge at number one eletrode 1 ,3 ,5 should be parallel with body line pointing toward radiator
i need eight lower teeth pulled and lower dentures price please
Your ductwork could be plugged, the ductwork has been pulled apart so the air flow cannot flow freely.
I tried and no one would touch it, I pulled it and found that an amp from a 1995 Aerostar was the same right down to the plug. 2 bolt and plug in the harness worked for me.
There is a gear on the distributor shaft and a gear on the end of the camshaft that it engages with. The gear on the camshaft cannot be removed as it is part of the camshaft. The gear on the distributor shaft can be removed if it is worn; however, this is rare. These two gears must be in proper mesh for the engine to run; one cog off and it will not start.If you need further assistance google ' finding top dead center on a 350 chevy'.
When you are in space, the fluid in your body is pulled towards your head to make you look different.
you've got the distributor off 180 degrees...
Pull the battery and the battery heat shield and unplug the coil and sparkplug wires from the distributor cap. Remove the two 8mm bolts that hold the distributor to the head (12 mm wrench.) Remove the distributor, there are no wires attached to it. Remove the distributor cap and then remove the piece on the bottom of the the distributor that has an 'o' ring. The piece is just held in the distributor body by another 'o' ring that you cannot see until the piece is pulled out. Use a pliers or you might be able to remove it by hand. Then remove the snap ring from the distributor shaft. You can do it with a pick or a small nail as it is not very strong. Then push the pin out of the shaft and you can take the thing apart. There are three screws on the top side that might require removal, I'm not sure.
Removing the engine from ANY Aerostar generally involves hoisting the body off of the front cross-member. Get a Chilton or similar book for the procedure, and read carefully as the springs can be deadly. A book is always good. They suggest dropping everything out the bottom. However you can pull it out the front after removing the radiator and other stuff up there (book helps here). It takes a little patience but can be done. I pulled mine out one day and replaced with different engine the next day and had it running.
Every dentist charges different amounts to have a tooth pulled and the location of the dentist will make the cost vary as well. You should expect to spend at least 100 dollars to have 1 tooth pulled.
Well I can tell you what could happen, they tell you to disconnect the negative so you don't electricute yourself.
This is no different than getting pulled over with a driver permit. You will get a ticket and possibly points put on your license.
Yes, you can eat before you have a tooth pulled.Check this out with your dentist, please: If your dentist will be using a general anesthetic, it IS NOT a good idea to eat before your appointment.
Run a quick compression test to make sure the cam is timed properly. Then make sure the cam AND the crank are at #1TDC when you put the distributor in at #1. You may need to work on it some more. It's easy to end up with the timing off.
please explain how the headlight comes out I removed wing nut and pulled white tabs and still nothing?