Songbird refers to a group of birds, such as bluebirds, mockingbirds, cardinals, and buntings. So yes, it means a certain type of bird, but there is no specific bird called the songbird.
It depends if you get a motor only or the complete assembly. Disconnect the electrical connecter and remove the 4 retaining bolts and remove the fan assembly. Be careful not to hit the radiator.
There was a contest to name the car somewhere in the 50's to mid 50's. Mom said she was about 7yrs or 8yrs old. My great grandmother Joe Lee Thomas (having a Indian / Afro American heritage ) thought up name name Thunderbird and submitted it. The winner was to receive a cash award of more that $500.(The exact amount I'm not sure.) The name she chose had won. Unfortunately, back in those days it may have been an image issue for it to be known a Black female had given this car the winning name. Not to be completely slighted, an award was given to her. It was not the award that was expected but a compensation all the same. At the tune of 500 bitties it was. Baby chickens that is! They had to be kept inside for a bit as it was cold and a facility had to be made to accommodate them. In the mean time ,Muh as she was called, (short for mother I believe) kept them warm inside in front of a warm stove. Mom says she can still hear the chirping in her head as she thinks back to this time . Needless to say , the credit and money went else where. Due to the fact that this is well known Verbal History for this area, the details may vary from family to family depending on which generation you ask but the facts are all remain the same.
Depending on the engine. On a 4.6 Liter V8 there are 4 sensors 2 upstream and 2 downstream. The 2 upstream sensor's are located before the catalytic converters one on the left side pipe and one on the right side pipe. The 2 down stream sensors are located behind the catalytic converters one on the left side pipe and. one on the right side pipe. The best way to change these is to have the car on a hoist. I have changed mine using a floor jack and jack stands, it's a little tight but you can change them that way.
It is in the steering column, right behind the lock cylinder. (where you put the key in to start) You have to take the molding off of the lower column. Loosen four bolts to drop the clomn down. Romove lock cylinder. Undo wiring harness to ignition switch. Remove the two screws mounting swith and replace. The switch should come pre set to on position. Wich the lock cylinder has to be lined up to in order to remove it. Note: the two screws that hold the ignition switch may look like rivets, but they are threaded. Take a pair of needle nose vice grips to remove them. The new switch should come with a pair of hex countersunk screws. This will make it esier to replace again if ncessary. Good luck.
This is the HO engine which is different from the standard 5.0. The firing order is 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 Distributor rotates counterclockwise. Number 1 cylinder is located passenger side, front of engine.
Disconnect batter ground cable. Remove the upper and lower steering column shrouds. Remove lock screw and disconnect ignition switch electrical connector. Rotate the ignition switch to the RUN position. Remove the two screws retaining ignition switch. Disengage ignition switch from the actuator. When installing new key set, ensure new key set is in the RUN position prior to installion.
You should consider looking into one of Strutmasters air suspension conversion kits. Here is a link to their Lincoln Navigator suspension: http://www.strutmasters.com/Lincoln-navigator-suspension-s/39.htm
first you must remove the whole top of the console starting at the window switches open the console door and there is a fake push in screw in the center of the window switch housing pop it out with a small screw driver and very easy pull up on the switch housing this will remove that cover to get to the 2 screws that is under the switch cover for the tranny shifter cover to remove this you have to pup out the shifter interdicator with the park,drive,r,2,1, square using a small flat headed screwdriver very easy slide screwdriver in on the pass side of the square once you get that cover off you need to put the car in low 1 the only way to do this is to turn the key to acc and using the parking brake but watch out as you do this the brake will do the auto pup up on you keep your foot on the parking brake pedal till you shift in to low 1 OR YOU WILL ROLL once you have that done pop off that piece of the console cover you will not be able to remover this cover totally due to the shifter knob just slide it back out of your way now look under where that cover just came off under the ash tray area there are 2 more screws that have to come out to remover the radio dash cover once the 2 screws are removed from under the console/ash tray VERY easy pull on the right bottom and left bottom corners of that panel do not pull hard this panel is alittle harder to remove as the bottem tends to get stuck on the console DO NOT TRY to pup on the bottom of this panel to fully remover it or you will break it once you have to bottom of it loss work your way up the sides of the panel because you have to work your way to the top to remover the whole panel out of the dash and then again DO NOT PULL HARD you will break your clock and ac vent ducts once you have the top of the radio panel out unplug the clock by pushing the lock tap on the bottom side of the wiring on the clock that will free the panel alot once that is done unplug the ac controls and temp wires from here you can do likei di dand just set the panel on the pass seat so you don't have to undo the other wires or you will have to unplug the ash tray light and the lighter and console lights once this all all don't there is only 2 screws left and there the 2 holding the radio in the dash remover then 2 screws and slowly pull the radio out don't pull hard as the antenna wire is very short and you may cut it on the dash metal unplug the antenna and the 2 or 3 wires to the radio by pushing in on the lock taps on the wiring
now do the same to reinstall the console and hope you did not forget anything once you get it all back together or you will be doing it all over again LOL
i hope my post can help someone out as i just installed a Pioneer AVIC-Z2 In-Dash GPS Navigation System with DVD Player in to my navigator with out any help and i did not find it very hard to do it at all removing the dash and console parts as for installing the nav system well that's a new post and a long post too good luck hope i helped you
Most vehicles will require that you lift the engine to remove/replace the oil pan. You can usually get enough distance if you just disconnect the motor mounts and lift the engine 6 or 8 inches. You probably won't need to disconnect the transmission, electrical or any of the hoses if you do it that way. Otherwise you'll need to completely remove the engine and that is a bit of trouble.
Not sure about all years, but I have a '97 that I am, in fact, currently working on. You have to drop the exhaust (4 bolts holding a Y-shaped pipe to the manifold). The front two bolts are difficult, but you can get a wrench on them. The back two, however, I have yet to get a wrench on them. Sizes are weird, too. For instance, the front seems to be 23/32 and the rear a 19/32. But I'm not sure -- I'm going to a tool shop now and taking some bolts with me to see if I can match it up. I can tell you the rear bolts will have to be removed with a wobble socket, because there's no way to put a socket straight on them, and there's such limited movement around the nuts that I doubt Hercules could losen them because it would have to be done with the wrist alone. When you get the oil pan off, I do know the gasket must be siliconed in at four locations. Anyway, I would suggest purchasing a good manual on your year of Taurus. And if you decide to do it, be ready to mutter obscenities and get very grimey.
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The manual with really help... but it isn't that difficult. The starter is located underneath the engine about in the middle. It's best if you hoist up the car and use jack stands for safety. Remove battery ground (negative terminal) cable. There are two 13mm bolts that hold the starter motor to the engine. You may need to remove an oxygen sensor if it's in your way. Otherwise, remove starter cable (red) from the starter motor and then remove two bolts.
To install, repeat the following in reverse order. Torque specs on the starter motor bolts is 20-27 Nm (15-20 lb-ft), and starter motor cable 8-12.4 Nm (70-110 lb-in).
The fuse box is located under the dashboard on the driver side. Dumb question
The OBD Diagnostic Link Connector is located in front seating area, passenger side, under dash, above kick panel, mounted rear of glove compartment.
If you will go purchase a Purolator Cabin Filter, it comes with complete instructions. Sold at Advance Auto Parts.
Under the hood on either side right by the shoch tower
The ( 1996 ) Ford Thunderbird Owner Guide shows ( 68.1 liters / 18.0 U.S.
You have to remove the transmission pan. Jack the car up and then place jack stands under the car for safety. Then looking up at the transmission you will see the pan there are bolts holding the pan to the housing remove the bolts and the pan will drop off this will let about 4 quarts out there is also a filter in the valve body that has to be replaced. Be careful with the pan gasket it is reusable. This can get pretty messy when the pan drops so hold the pan and do not let it fall when removing. A trick I use is to take a electric oil pump used for removing oil on boat engines (cost $12.00 JC Whitney) and remove almost all the oil out through the fill tube that way when you drop the pan the remaining stays in pan and does not splatter all over you. when replacing the pan and gasket another trick is to get four (3 ) inch bolts cut the heads off screw one in each corner this way when you put the pan and gasket back on this will guide the pan an keep the gasket from moving. Hope this helps.
Holden commadoore 3.8 v6 firing order
firing order for ford v6 mustang , thinderbird , Taurus is as follows
your Computer box on the 97 thunderbird is located under the passanger side glove departmenton the right side
Here are a couple links to get ya started..Ford has a recall on those intakes if they are plastic also http://www.babcox.com/editorial/ar/eb40228.htm http://www.allfordmustangs.com/Detailed/651.shtml http://www.flamingfords.info/manifoldSettlement.html
I have 245/45 18 on my 02 altima....
Not really possible. There is an idle speed control on most 1988 v6 machines. If you are experiencing high idle, it may be a broken ISC. The idle speed is controlled by computer.
Try puting rearward pressure on the bottom of the seat bench (take a lot of force) tio release locking clips Lift up and remove bench
There should be bolts or clips securing the back of the seat exposed
Remove or release these and lift straight up on the rear of seat to release upper clips to remove rear of seat
The Ford 3.8 liter -V6 - firing order is ( 1 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 3 - 6 )