Question about 1990 Ford Tempo
I've got two repair manuals but both are pretty unclear when it comes to how I'm suppose to remove the cable. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the car is old enough and you don't care you can drill three holes in the base of the front of the light to empty it out so you don't have to change the bulb constantly due to it flooding as i did or you simply can go to the dollar store and get some gasket stuff and take it apart and dry it and the use the gasket stuff to permanent seal I am going to try this myself as i have heard of this and will let you know further in a day or so plus i have to fill the drill holes because i still have the holes and that causes condensation but not the flooding that was burning out the bulbs.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
u should not have to remove pan. if the seal is leaking just replace. when u loosen the bolts it will provide enough room to replace gasket.
if you really have to replace the pan. you have to loosen the motor mounts and jack up the engine a little. be very careful!!!!
Posted on Jul 03, 2012
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