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Dayco.com offers a free online comprehensive serpentine belt reference tool - including routing diagrams and tensioner information.
Somewhere under the hood, usually on the fan shroud or near the radiator, there should be a sticker with a diagram of the belt routing, 2001 may even be on the hood. On this diagram it will show a tensioner pulley and idler pulley and the approximate location. Most Fords use a 15mm or 16mm bolt on the tensioner, this is where you put a wrench to rotate the tensioner and remove the belt. When you turn the tensioner bolt turn towards the front of the car, there will be a lot of tension so pull hard.
you have a bad temp sender,if this does not solve the rough idle than you have multiple issues and your idle control valve is not functioning properly try removing and cleaning it.its also referred to as IAC (intake air control)
Park the vehicle on a level surface. If the engine has been running allow it to cool completely.
Drain the cooling system. Remove the radiator cap from the radiator.
Locate the petcock valve on the lower corner of the radiator. Place a
waste oil collection pan underneath the petcock valve and turn it
counterclockwise to open. Allow the cooling system to drain completely.
Label and remove the heater hoses from the heater core. The heater
hoses will connect to the heater core in the engine bay, on the
firewall, on the passenger side of the vehicle. Use either the Phillips
or the flat-blade screwdriver to loosen the hose clamps that secure the
hoses to the heater core. Then pull the hoses off the heater core.
Removing the Heater Core
Remove the heater core cover. Move to inside the passenger compartment.
Locate the heater case. It will be bolted to the firewall, below the
dash on the passenger side of the vehicle. Use an appropriate sized
socket or wrench to remove the five screws that connect the heater core
cover to the heater case, and remove the cover.
Remove the steel straps that secure the heater core to the heater case.
Unscrew the four screws that connect the steel straps to the heater
case using a socket or wrench and remove the straps.
Remove the heater core by pulling it out of the heater case.
Installing the Heater Core
Place the new heater core into position inside the heater case. Be sure
to carefully guide the inlet and outlet tubes through the holes in the
Reinstall the heater core retaining straps, by reinstalling the four screws that secure them.
Place the heater core cover into position over the heater case and reinstall the five screws that secure it.
Refilling the Cooling System
Reconnect the heater hoses to the heater core. Slide the hoses onto the
inlet and outlet fittings that extend through the firewall, and tighten
the hose clamps.
Close the petcock valve on the lower corner of the radiator by turning it clockwise.
Refill the radiator with a 50/50 mix of antifreeze and water.
Reinstall the radiator cap onto the radiator.
Run the engine and visually inspect for leaks.
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