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I have a 270 browning a-bolt that will not eject a shell

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Replace the starter


For 1997 Ford Aspire 1.3L EFI SOHC 4cyl check this procedure...

Removal & Installation
Models With Automatic Transaxle
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the two upper starter motor retaining bolts.
  3. Raise and support the vehicle using safety stands.
  4. Loosen the two intake manifold support bolts and remove the support.
  5. Loosen the support bracket bolts and remove the bracket.
  6. Loosen the starter motor support nuts and washers, then remove the support.
When removing the hard shell connector at terminal S, grasp the plastic shell. Do not pull on the wire.
  1. Disengage the S terminal connection from the solenoid.
  2. Loosen the B terminal washer and nut, then disengage the electrical connection from the solenoid.
  3. Loosen the lower starter motor bolt and remove the starter motor from the vehicle.
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Fig. 2: Starter motor mounting and electrical connections-models with automatic transaxles (click for zoom)


To install:
  1. Position the starter in the vehicle.
  2. Install the lower starter motor bolt and tighten to 23-34 ft. lbs. (31-46 Nm).
  3. Engage the S and B terminal electrical connections.
When installing the hard shell connector, be careful to push it straight on and make sure it locks in position with a notable click or detent.
  1. Install the starter motor support and tighten the retainers to 35-44 inch lbs. (4-5 Nm).
  2. Install the support bracket and tighten the retaining bolts.
  3. Install the intake manifold support bracket and tighten the retainers to 12-14 ft. lbs. (16-22 Nm).
  4. Lower the vehicle.
  5. Install the starter motor upper retaining bolts and tighten them to 23-34 ft. lbs. (31-46 Nm).
  6. Connect the negative battery cable.

Models With Manual Transaxle
See Figure 11
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Loosen the B terminal washer and nut, then disengage the electrical connection from the solenoid.
When removing the hard shell connector at terminal S, grasp the plastic shell. Do not pull on the wire.
  1. Disengage the S terminal connection from the solenoid.
  2. Remove the two starter support bolts.
  3. Loosen the starter motor support nuts and washers, then remove the support.
  4. Loosen the starter motor bolts and remove the starter motor from the vehicle.
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Fig. 11: Starter motor mounting and electrical connections-models with manual transaxles (click for zoom)



To install:
  1. Position the starter in the vehicle.
  2. Install the starter motor bolts and tighten to 23-34 ft. lbs. (31-46 Nm).
  3. Engage the S and B terminal electrical connections.
When installing the hard shell connector, be careful to push it straight on and make sure it locks in position with a notable click or detent.
  1. Install the starter motor support and tighten the nuts to 35-44 inch lbs. (4-5 Nm).
  2. Install the starter motor support bolts and tighten them to 14-18 ft. lbs. (19-25 Nm).
  3. Connect the negative battery cable.


Hope helps (remember comment and rated this).



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How to replace starter on 2000 ford windstar


Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Raise and support the vehicle safely.
    NOTE When removing the hard shell connector at terminal -S-, grasp the plastic shell. Do not pull on the wire.
  3. Disconnect the starter electrical harness.
  4. Remove the upper starter bolt.
  5. Support the starter and remove the lower bolt.
  6. Remove the starter from the vehicle.

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    Fig. The starter is located at the lower front of the engine, and is visible through the air duct

To install:
  1. Position the starter in the vehicle.
  2. Install the upper and lower bolts. Tighten to 15-20 ft. lbs. (20-27 Nm).
  3. Connect the starter electrical harness. Tighten the starter cable nut to 80-124 inch lbs. (9-14 Nm).
    NOTE When installing the hard shell connector, be careful to push it straight on and make sure it locks in position with a notable click or detent.
  4. Lower the vehicle.
  5. Connect the negative battery cable.

Hope helps (remember comment and rated this).

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I was attempting to replace my thermostat adn i broke both stems to the thermostat HELP!!!!!!!!!!


That's because of corrosion. It happens!

The broken studs have to be cut, or ground down flush, with the thermostat housing. Then a center punch is used to make a deep dimple, in the center of the broken stud.

Next use a small drill bit to make a pilot hole.
Two times smaller than the stud. (Bolt)
Use caution, as you don't want the drill bit to walk off to one side. Keep the drill level, and vertical.

Now come back with a larger drill bit, but one that is smaller than the stud/bolt, and will stay away from the threads. Try to drill at least one-half inch in depth. Use an Easy Out, bolt extractor.

If it feels as though the Easy Out bolt extractor, is being forced too much, and you think there is a possibility of it breaking, STOP!
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Torque specs


2002 2.0L Duratech.

Don't have 2004 2.3L

  • NOTE: Use new connecting rod bearing cap bolts.
    NOTE: Do not fully tighten the connecting rod bearing cap bolts at this stage.
    Install the bearing caps.
  • Rotate the crankshaft through 180 degrees and insert pistons 2 and 3.
  • Position the corresponding bearing shells, clean and free of oil, into the connecting rod and the connecting rod bearing cap.
  • Coat the inner side of the bearing shells with engine oil.
  1. NOTE: The crankshaft must rotate freely, if necessary check and adjust the bearing clearances.
    Tighten the main bearing and connecting rod bearing bolts.
    1. Tighten the main bearing bolts in two stages.
      • Stage 1: 25 Nm.
      • Stage 2: 60 degrees.
    1. Tighten the connecting rod bearing bolts in two stages.
      • Stage 1: 35 Nm.
      • Stage 2: 90 degrees.
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