get a chilton guide book
see link below
there are Allen head screws all the way around the panel remove these and the inside close handle bezel which you can pop off to get to 2 screws behind it. once done lift it up
Drain the radiator into a container. Remove the upper radiator hose from the engine at the thermostat. Remove the bolts, housing and the thermostat. Clean both surfaces and install the thermostat and gasket. Reinstall the housing and upper hose and top off the coolant.
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where are the 3 screws located on the starter to remove it? and where can i find a picture online for guidence?
If it's in someones album, you can't delete it yourself. You have to ask them to take it down for you. You can however, remove the tag of yourself from the picture. This will prevent you from showing up in it.
Drain the radiator into a container. Remove the upper radiator hose from the thermostat housing at the engine. Remove the two bolts and remove the housing and thermostat. Clean both surfaces and install the new thermostat and seal and reinstall the housing. reinstall the radiator hose, tighten the clamps and refill with a 50/50 mixture of antifreeze and water.jd
my 98 continental has a belt diagram showing the way to put the belt on. you will want to remove the radiator resivior to gain access to the belt. after following the diagram, get the belt lined up, and on all the ribbed polleys. the one smooth pulley is the idler pulley, saving that for last makes this job alot easier. hope this helps
How do you remove a picture that is not you off google? well it probably is you...
use a socket and breaker bar on the idler wheel to remove slack. remove old belt, follow diagram on panel or hood to install new belt