Question about 2002 Ford F150 Regular Cab
I want to replace the motor on my 02 F-150 (5.4). I am down to a heater hose and the bolts between the tranny and the motor.
Any ideas on how to get the bolts out? Do they come out together and if so do I have to remove the whole cab? just the front end?
I am ready to cut holes in the floor of the cab.
the first thing i will recomend you, is ti buy the new rotors first,
sisnce you did not mention if you allready have the new ones
and see if they are slide out type rotorss or one piece rotor assy
with the lugn nuts, sometimes they just slide out but sometimes you need to remove the center big nut in order to remove them.
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
You have to drill a hole in the sheet metal after you pull off the door panel. There is a dimple where the hole should be drilled. Make sure the hole you drill is big enough to fit the socket. I don't know why ford deigned it like this.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
most bolts for your bell housing are two inchs in lingth and are mittrck or mm. but what tipe of moter do you have i need the size and what tipe of tran's, do you have''''is it a v8''' or a 4-banger or a 6--''''' or a v--6'' my name is james'' you can e-mail me back at '' email@example.com'''
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Owners manual lists the fuses as :
Engine compartment fuse # 105, 40A
- This is the power to the blower motor relay to drive the blower.
Cab Fuse Panel, Fuse #22, 10A. This is the power to the switch in the HVAC panel.
- This fuse through the switch to operate the relay coil on the blower motor relay.
The other thing to check is the blower motor resistor, to see if there is any damage to it ( usually this is the blower only works on high )
This is behind the glove box
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
You just have to look for it. It should be an 11mm nut. The one in the center can sometimes be a rel pain to get to. I have had a few where I had to remove the right valve cover from the engine to get to the nut because there was no other way to get my hand in there. (Of course, you have to remove a whole bunch of other stuff to get the valve cover off) Once this is out of the way, you can usually use a socket with a swivel and extension to remove the nut.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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