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Re: How to time a 98 windstar
I don't own stock in Haynes/Chilton but I do buy their aftermarket service manuals and for the $20-$30 they cost, they are a bargain and cover every vehicle aspect that one can do without an equipped shop at hand.
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You actually can't advance or retard timing on your truck without pulling the timing gears off and manually doing it. however, if you adjust too far you can cause severe damage internal damage to your engine. and the computer is going to try to automatically adjust for whatever adjustment you make. If your question is provoked by a poorly timed engine, ie its running poorly, then i would suggest replacing your timing chain and I always replace the tensioner while i am there as it isn't the easiest thing to do. if you need to know the proper timing let me know.
you have to check all fuses with a test light both fuse boxes under hood and under dash... if good next to look for is the light switch itself... has any radio work been done to the lately... if so alot of times hooked up wrong will blow park fuse as one of the wires to radio is the park voltage to tell radio to dim down some
Obviously replacing it might help but horns nearly always have an adjustment screw on the case, in a place that is clearly not used for mounting or electrical connection.
They have a nut to secure the screw once adjusted so should be easily recognizable.
This screw is actually a grounded internal contact and the adjustment may need to be made after years to cause the horn to oscillate again.
I suggest you do this outside of town and wearing some kind of hearing protection and spray a little penetrating oil (WD-40 or similar) on the described screw & nut.
Loosen the nut, turn the screw very slightly in or out to adjust.
Once adjusted, carefully secure the screw with the nut. This will almost surely change the adjustment you just made so you may have to repeat the cycle several times before it is satisfactory.
ha . you will have to dran it from the bottem.you will have to pull the hose. whitch is on the right side if i rember correctly. it would be a good i dear to get the van up on a lift or car ramp ok . good luck