Inspection and Verification
1. Verify the customer’s concern by operating the vehicle to duplicate the condition.
2. Inspect to determine if one of the following mechanical or electrical concerns apply:
3. If inspection reveals obvious concerns that can be readily identified, service as required.
4. If the concern(s) remains after the inspection, determine the symptom(s) and go to the [...]
The Super Duty and Excursion 4X4 ESOF system uses timed vacuum sequences to lock and unlock the wheel ends. A high vacuum level is used to engage the hub locks, and a lower vacuum level is used to disengage the hub locks, after which the vacuum is released and the hub lock holds itself in [...]
In: ford18 Jan 2011
- Check the vehicle wheel alignment prior to installation to insure no precondition already exists; record the information for verification.
- Remove the attached body, if applicable. Remember to disconnect all electrical connections to the body, and fuel filler tube, before removing the body. The installation can also be completed using a lift to raise [...]
The recommended wheel bearing lubricant is the lithium-base grease High Temperature 4×4 Front Axle and Wheel Bearing Grease E8TZ-19590-A or equivalent meeting Ford specification ESA-M1C198-A. Sodium-base grease is not compatible with lithium-base grease and should not be intermixed. Therefore, before lubricating front or rear wheel bearings (1225),
In: ford12 Mar 2011
Step 1: Bedliner Modification. Note: If the truck is equipped with a plastic drop-in bedliner, some alteration will be necessary. If no bedliner is present, proceed to Step 2. A. The dotted lines in Diagram 1 depict the more common under-the-rail liner modifications. A. 1. Using a jig saw with a medium tooth blade, remove [...]
The rotary solenoid type IAC valve is located in front of the intake air chamber and intake air bypassing the throttle valve is directed to the IAC valve through a passage. In this way, the intake air volume bypassing the throttle valve is regulated, controlling the engine speed.
In: Toyota26 Dec 2010
1. VEHICLE PREPARATION FOR HEADLAMP AIM ADJUSTMENT
(a) Prepare the vehicle: – Ensure that there is no damage or deformation to the body around the headlamps. – Fill the fuel tank. – Make sure that the oil is filled to the specified level. – Make sure that the coolant is filled to the specified level. – [...]
In: ford12 Mar 2011
Ford Customer Service Division is implementing a new way of ordering certain Super Duty pickup cab assemblies, one that dramatically reduces the collision repair shop’s wait time for delivery. Instead of maintaining production, assembly and packaging at the plant – a process that keeps delivery times at six to eight weeks and doesn’t allow for [...]
Installing a rubber bed mat. Minor movement (or settling) can occur in some incidental harsh driving conditions (on or off road). A rubber bed mat is not a requirement to maintain the lifetime warranty on a Torklift system, but is a strong reccommendation simply as a safety precaution to protect the truck bed, the bottom [...]