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To learn how to remove and replace any car or truck mirror, go to the how to install a car mirror page at
You can also order any mirror from 1946 to present day
I have seen both entire mirror housings and just replacement mirrors on e-bay. There are affordable choices also for the mirrors with the integrated heating element and the ones with the built-in turn-signal / open door lights.
One of my 2001 Windstar mirrors pieces came loose and I found it was attached with simple double-sided foam tape. $3 later, it was firmly back in place and I still have enough tape for another 20 or 30 mirror fixes.
Mine did the same thing, and with a bit of simple double-backed / sided sticky tape fixed it.
Gently pry the mirror totally away, clear off the remaining sticky tape, apply new tape and reattach.
Our 98' Windstar had a cracked driver's side rear-view mirror. The local Ford dealership said you have to replace the ENTIRE mirror assembly and wanted $325 to do so--a bit ridiculous when only the glass is cracked!! Took the car to an auto glass shop and they ordered and then replaced the glass mirror for a bit under $20. Some dealerships must think that the average customer has only a single digit IQ.
I don`t know the exact procedure for replacing the glass but I can offer this. It is even easier to replace the mirror itself and cheap, by going to the scrap yard to get one. Remove the screws at the bottom of the door panel. lift up panel, unplug electrical housings. remove mirror-replace mirror. Follow same steps in the other direction to put panel back on.
I had to replace the mirror on a Passenger side 1998 Ford Winstar a few months ago. The glass mirror fell off. Turns out, you have to replace the mirror assemble. It is made up of the glass mirror, and the black plastic backing that the mirror is glued to. If memory serves, the cost is about $35. The black plastic assembly simply clips into place. Go buy the replacment. It's easy to figure out.
An even better buy on a complete mirror ($45 shipped) at this e-Bay store: http://stores.ebay.com/AutoPartsAvenue. Mirror came very well packed and protected. The glass mirror alone costs around $25, then you have to figure out how to attach it.
I bought a complete side mirror from a store on EBAY, and had great luck. Check out their listings: http://stores.ebay.com/am-autoparts
Any junk yard should carry them. Mine fell off on my 98 Windstar and it cost $65.The local Ford dealer suggested Binswanger Glass. They ordered it and installed it (not hard, but a bonus) the same day for $35.
Car Radio Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow/Black
Car Radio Ground Wire: Black/Light Green
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Green
Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Orange/Light Green
Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Light Blue/White
Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Light Green
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green/Orange
Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Brown/White
Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Light Brown/Yellow
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Brown/Green
Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/PinkSpeakers1995-1998: 5" x 7" Front door and side panel
1999-2003: 6" x 8" Front and rear doorResourcesSee "Related Links" below for Modified Life, 12Volt.com, the Install DR. and Crutchfield.
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After doing a lot of searching found this.
WOW! You know how to ask a simple question!. Just kidding. Actually, the radio wiring is quite complex. The rear media controls further complicate an otherwise impossible system to decipher. If you don't have the CD changer, there are two major modules , the radio and the rear audio controller. We are talking about some 30 or so wires here. E-mail me at the address in my profile and I will try to send you the complete schematic. It is all on one page. Carl
Be sure to See "Related Questions" below for more information, and additional sources of radio wiring specsAnswer1999 Ford Windstar Vanwith AM/FM/Cassette deckFactory replacement info:In-dash stereo 9-19/32" depth; Size code E,F2,S Front speakers Front Door : 6x8" Far rear speakers Mid Panel : 6x8" SAME APPLIES TO 1998 FORD WINDSTAR EXCEPT FOR THE INDASH STEREO DEPTH SIZE
1995: 6 x 8Answer2001 - Front door 6x8 and mid panel also 6x8
1998 - 6x8 front and rear
After doing alot of searching found this.
6 x 8
It depends upon the type of vehicle and the jurisdiction in which you registered the vehicle. Generally, motorcycles and trailers require only one license plate. In North America, all passenger vehicles have at least one license plate affixed to the rear of the vehicle, and in some jurisdictions, a duplicate license plate is affixed to the front of the passenger vehicle.
If the motor vehicles licensing office in your jurisdiction issued you two license plates, then you are generally required to affix the plates to both the front and rear of the vehicle. If your motor vehicle licensing office issued you only one plate, then you are still permitted to use the vehicle to visit anywhere in North America. i live in Missouri and we have to have 2 i live in Missouri .i have to have two on my van
The auto lock feature cannot be disabled. However, the dealer can re-program it to unlock all doors after the key is removed.
Here is the low-down on oxygen sensors, and their location designations explained:
Oxygen sensors are screwed into the exhaust system at various points. Some people say that there are 4 oxygen sensors, but technically, that is not correct. Only the front 2 are considered oxygen sensors.
These oxygen sensors are screwed into the exhaust pipe or directly into the exhaust manifold, one on each bank. Because they are in front of the catalytic converter, this is often referred to as 'upstream'.
The other 2 are actually called catalyst monitors. They are oxygen sensors, but they serve a different purpose. They monitor the activities of the catalytic converters, thus the name, catalyst monitors. They are screwed into the exhaust one on each bank, after, or downstream, of the catalytic converters.
On a 4 cyl engine, there are only a total of two such sensors, the one in front of the catalytic converter is the O2 sensor, the one behind the cat is the catalyst monitor.
The location names for them are as follows:
Rule of thumb: Bank 1 is on the side of the engine with cylinder #1
6 Cylinder numbering:
1 2 3
4 5 6
Front of vehicleAnswerBank 1 is usually the engine side with the number one cylinder. As you have a 6 cylinder and front wheel drive, bank one is on the backside of the motor - meaning near the firewall/windshield. Sensor 1 is the sensor before the catalytic converter. Open the hood, follow the exhaust pipe from the motor towards the catalytic converter. The first sensor you come to is sensor one. Sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter. Bank 2 is the opposite side of the motor from bank 1 (obviously). CorrectionAlso see http://v8sho.com/SHO/TSB0197HO2SServiceTips.htm#fig1 Answer - EditorialAnd before spending any $$ on replacing a sensor, I would test it to ensure it really really has failed! It's very likely someone read the DTC (diagnostic trouble codes) that cited an oxygen sensor reading - but then said something that leads you to believe it's a failed/bad sensor and needs replacing. The vast majority of times that is NOT the problem.
Take those codes and research them on the internet! (see "Related Links")
A perfect example are P0171 and P0174 codes - indicate a lean mixture was read in bank 1 & 2 (respectively). On the Windstar, that's a prime symptom covered in Technical Service Bulletin TSB# 03-16-1 (see "Related Questions")
The auto parts store guy had me ready to spend $80 on 2 sensors. - CCoachAnswerThey are screwed into the exaust system at various points. Some people say that there are 4 oxygen sensors, but technically,that is not correct. Only the front 2 are considered oxygen sensors. They are screwed into the exaust pipe, one on each bank,after the exaust manifold, but before the catalytic converter. Sometimes they are screwed directly into the exaust manfold itself.
The other 2 are actually called catalyst moniters. They are oxygen sensors, but they serve a different purpose. They moniter the activities of the catalytic converters, thus the name, catalyst moniters. They are screwed into the exaustone on each bank,after, or downstream, of the catalytic converters.They are all just typical 4 wire heated O2 sensors, nothing special about them. The EPA requires all cars sold in the US after 1996 have heated oxygen sensors.AnswerAs far as I know the only place OXYGEN sensors are mounted are on the exaust system, either on the header pipe or after the cat-converter. Rarely are they located on the cat-converters themselves. Mostly they will have one electric wire connecting them to the computer but depending on the year and make the will have a two wire connection. I am not certain about the Sable's electrical wiring but the OXYGEN SENSERS postions for FORD/MERCURY are generally on the hot pipes. I hope this helps. Answercheck behind the pass side catalitic converter. (after) the unit. AnswerBank 1 is the front side of the motor (front of car), Bank 2 is the back side of car. (Bank one is actually associated with the number 1 cylinder which just so happens to be on the front of the car for the sable). Sensor 1 is before the catalytic converter, Sensor 2 is after the catalytic converter. Example, Bank 1, sensor 1. The sensor in the exhaust pipe for the front side of the motor before the catalytic converter. AnswerThe o2 sensor is in the exhaust manifold. It looks like a plug sticking out of the manifold and has 2 and sometimes 4 wires coming out of it. Hope this helps Don's Auto AnswerThey are screwed into the exaust system at various points. Some people say that there are 4 oxygen sensors, but technically,that is not correct. Only the front 2 are considered oxygen sensors. They are screwed into the exaust pipe, one on each bank,after the exaust manifold, but before the catalytic converter. Sometimes they are screwed directly into the exaust manfold itself. The other 2 are actually called catalyst moniters. They are oxygen sensors, but they serve a different purpose. They moniter the activities of the catalytic converters, thus the name, catalyst moniters. They are screwed into the exaustone on each bank,after, or downstream, of the catalytic converters. Answerthe oxygen sensors are on the exhaust pipes right before where it hooks into your manifolds. there are 2 of them. one for each manifold. AnswerGenrally the O2 sensor in most vehicles is located in the exhaust system. With the engine cool enough to touch, look at the front of your engine where the exhaust manifold is attached to the engine. The O2 sensor will be attached to the manifold or a little lower where the manifold joins into a single pipe. It will be the only electrical component attached to your exhaust system nearer to the engine. Never remove any nut, bolt, spark plug or sensor from a hot engine. Warping of the orifice may occur as it cools and now you have a bigger problem. If you must, then replace the part immediately.
I have a 1989 240sx with a 2.4 liter engine and I looked into this problem, and found that the only wrench I had that could fit it was 1-1/4 inches. I think that it is really 30 mm. I would think that yours would be the same size. Its located really close to the firewall though, so its a pain to remove with so little room.
You need a press, my advice is to go to NTB or sears and pay the 65 bucks to have this done right and fast takes no longer than an hour
It's in the right front passenger footwell , in the corner , by the kick panel , just above
If it is an automatic the dipstick is right next to the brake fluid master cylinder reservoir. If it is a stick shift there is not dipstick.
Open the drivers door and in the drivers end of the dash you will see a removable
plastic cover panel . The fuses are behind the panel
Underneath the Explorer , just ahead of the rear bumper
Shifting *down* to second gear can help use the engine to slow the vehicle on long downgrades, but should not be used when going too fast already (check owner's manual for specific speed). Shifting *up* to second gear from a stop will usually cause the transmission to start accelerating in second gear. This will mean acceleration is greatly reduced, but will sometimes help with traction in slippery conditions, as there will be less torque going to the wheels.
Here is some other advice:
Open the drivers door , on the drivers end of the dash is a small removable plastic
cover panel , the fuses are behind the panel
If you want to see a fuse panel diagram :
Click on the link below , Click on Owner Guides , the owners manual which includes
the diagram can be viewed on-line
Inside the front of the left front fender, behind the splash guard inside the wheel well. Reach from under the car to feel the horn. Removing the left front tire and splash guard will make it a lot easier to get to the horn.
Converter for a 1992 Ford F150 transmission
Ford Explorer Fuel Capacities are: * 2-Door 17.5 Gallons * 4-Door 21.0 Gallons For Four door 2008 Ford Explorer: the capacity of the gas tank is 23 gallons and its fuel type is Gasoline.
Roll the window down and disconect the negative battery post:
1. Remove the inside door panel by first removing the screws under the door handle, and at the base of the panel.
2. Next pop off the cover around the handle.
3. Next pry the door panel off with a pry tool starting at the bottom of the door and working your way up.
4. Once the panel is loose, lift it straight up to release it from the top catches of the window "sill". Don't force section by the mirror push down to release tab.
5. Remove the speaker and disconnect the wire plug connecting it.
6. Locate and disconnect the plug for the power mirror behind the speaker cavity.
7. There are three bolts behind the mirror assembly. One is located through a rectangular opening (also used as an upper retainer catch for the door panel). The other two are behind a sticky insulation pad below the rectangular hole. Once the bolts are removed, the mirror assembly can be pulled out.
8. When reattaching the wire fitting for electric mirror be sure you attach or tape the wire away from the window and test that it does not impede the window up and down movement.
9. Reattach panel in reverse order that you removed it.
Check the link on the right for a detailed descrition with photo's
Under the passenger side dash
It gets about 21 mpg on the highway
You could get an answer from your state court consumer protection division re this question.
But my common sense would be no!
Nothing is needed with your signature on it. You failed to repay the loan as laid out in the terms of your contract, suit more than likely was filed against you regarding this matter. The financial institution has legal rights to the vehicle via a lien, they dispatch a repo man who locates and takes back the vehicle, usually in the dead of night while you sleep, to avoid any confrontation.
Depends on what the release is for. A personal property release says that you have gotten all your PP out of the car. You cant say you had $1500.00 in the car when it was repoed. A vol. release says that AND that you are returning the car and you KNOW you will be responsible for any defiency balance due after the lender sells the car. Read what you are asked to sign. If the car is repoed in the nite, you wont be asked to sign it. Usually the repoman is trying to get the keys cause he cant afford a repo truck. He wants to DRIVE it away. LOL
Why can't you say there 1500.00 in the truck when it was repoed if there was??
No you do not sign a release. Most of the time you won't even know you were repoed until after the fact.
This link has photos and steps to replace brake pads and rotors. http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=122696
The spark plug being wet with gas could be a multitude of problems, but, you're in luck, the most likely cause would be a leaky fuel injector, or multiple ones, if it seems like the car is running rich (strong gasoline smell from exhaust while running) that's probably your problem. The injector isn't fully closing when you shut the car off and its dripping gasoline into the open cylinder and its soaking the plug. You may notice the car taking longer to start in the mornings (or after a longer period of sitting) because the fuel rail is draining through the open injectors while the car is shut off. You should have this diagnosed by a trained technician, but its a point in the right direction.
Not using the dipsticks for the oil and transmission, while seeing leaks are a sign... Check your fuids and keep them clean and full or you will cause damage to whatever componenet relies on their respective fluids. Answer leaking oil is NOT sign of a bad transmission, its a sign of a bad/worn seal(s) or hose(s). more likely a sign of a worn seal or oil pan gasket. Actually it's a sign of money that will go out of you pocket, the more you can see, the more you have to pay. If you don't fix it, you may have to pay for the aggregates, eg transmission parts instead of paying for a small rubber seal.
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