Question about 2002 Ford E350
How difficult is it to separate the box(one inch or less)from the cab? It appears that the previous owner made feeble attempts to repair it by gooping caulk on exterior and interior.The leak is coming from the top in several locations. I would like to do it right the first time.The truck was a Budget Rentals fleet truck.It has a 16ft.box,dual wheel,single rear axle. Any help will be appreciated.Thank you.
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If it is the seal on the bearing, its not easy it is very time consuming, but this can also be the veiw if you have a brake cyl leak which can be caused by the brakes being exessevely worn in the rear end. I would take it to a shop and have them check it out,
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
before taking the panels off -- check on the side of the door and see if there is a pull clip there,, it will just look like a tab,, it is inline with the lock cylinder itself but on the side of the door,, pull this tab out and this is the lock retainer clip ( you might need to use a large flat blade screwdriver to kinda pry it out -- but it will come out.
if it is not there - then to remove the window crank what you need to do is push in on the panel just around the crank itself,, look at the base of the plastic crank and you should see a small metal wire clip,, it is a 'C' shaped clip -- use a small flat blade screwdriver to carefully pry the clip up and out ( it will only go one way ) -- be careful as these clips like to go flying off into nowhere land.
as soon as the crank is off -- just lift up on the panel to get it to remove from the door skin and out of the window track.
now when putting the crank back on -- just put the clip in place on the crank and push the handle in on the spindle --- it will self clip itself back on.
if you are still having troubles - please feel free to write me back here and I will walk you through the best I can.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
you always start from the furthest line from the master, so start with the rear passenger, rear driver, front passenger then finally the front driver. be sure to put ne clean fluid in the master cylinder as you bleed off each line. the first thing you should do is remove all the old fluid from the resivour and add clean so you will be pulling fresh fluid through the line. you only stop bleeding the fluid out when you see clean fluid comming out. then you move on to the next one and repaes the steps.
Posted on Jun 30, 2011
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