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SOURCE: have ford bantam replaced power steering pump steering still hard

Then the steering rack must be defective.

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SOURCE: 1995 ford f 250 diesel powerstoke replace fuel pump and bleed the lines but truck cranks but wont start. is there a shutoff switch

did you air bleed the system after replacing the fuel pump?

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SOURCE: how do I bleed a external clutch slave cylinder with no bleed screw on a 95 ford f250 turbo diesel

I think your clutch is similar to this one, take a look at this video, it should help. http://youtu.be/91IYY_YENRw

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What's your question?how do i bleed powerstering pump for 2004 ford bantam


easy fill resevoir then turn steering full lock left to right about twice ,check fluid level ...job done

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FORD BANTAM DIESEL GEAR RATIO


The closest I can find is
1st---3.15---2nd--1.91--3rd--1.28--4th--.95--5th--..76 rev--3.62 and final drive (diff ratio )3.59. You can check these at a ford dealer ship in the workshop manual specs

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We recently redone my ford bantam engine but keep on over heating


have a compression test done to check for head gasket. Head bolts bottoming out and not tightening the head down. Check if the thermostat is in the correct way and it has to be in the system. IF diesel check the pump timing as too far advanced will overheat the engine.. If it took some time to do and the radiator was left to dry out check for flow rate through the cores as the mud in the cores drys out and blocks the cores

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Ford Bantam rocam Clutch: How do I bleed the clutch?


Clutch bleeding on hydraulic slave cylinders are done in the exact same method as regular hydraulic brakes. If the slave cylinder has a separate reservoir, make sure it is above "MINIMUM" at all times. If it does not have a separate reservoir, then it works together with the master cylinder for the brakes, make sure that one is above minimum too. Pump the clutch pedal a couple of times (note you will rarely feel any resistance in the pedal), hold the pedal down, and have someone open the bleeder valve on the slave cylinder. Close it when no more fluid comes out with pressure, then rinse and repeat until the clutch pedal feels ok.

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Hissing noise from reservoir on ford bantam 2009 1.6i


air in the system .put your heating on full .to bleed the heater.remove the expansion bottle cap .run the engine push in the hose from your radiator with your fingers to get the air out your bottle and replace your cap.

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How to bleed n Clutch system on Ford Bantam 1.3


I have a Ford Bantam 1.3 bakkie and the clutch fluid is running / leaking into the vehicle itself. How do we replace?

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Chow do yuo bleed a1997 ford courier 4 cylender deisel


1. Loosen one tube on top of the engine that are goes into the engine then pump on diesel on the fuel filter, after sometime seeing no bubbles from the diesel that goes out of the loose tube tighten tube.
2. Do this to all the four tubes..

Feb 28, 2011 | Ford E-Series Cars & Trucks

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Ford galaxy 2007 ran out diesel an would not start afterwards tried everthink can u advise me please


Hi James, If any diesel vehicle runs out of fuel it is required to 'bleed' out any air that has entered the system. Have a look on top of the diesel fuel filter housing and there should be a bleeding nipple. It will usually be a ten millimeter or sometimes an eleven. Loosen that until when you pump the plunger on top of the housing, clear diesel passes out. Pump several times, as maybe for the first five or six times the air wont be expelled. Once all the air has been expelled lock the bleeding nipple closed and after preheating crank and start....
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Feb 09, 2011 | Ford Transit Connect Cars & Trucks

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I bought some diesel but got gas !


This is NOT good! You can try bleeding the fuel system first. More than likely, air is trapped in the fuel lines, injector, and injector lines. Bleed at the fuel pump, (On the fuel pump to injector pump side), then the injector pump, then each line.

(You have to loosen the fitting to each line to each part, then when the air is bled out, and fuel comes through steadily, close it)

I also suggest an attorney to resolve the problem, as there may be damage. Pistons could have holes in them. Do a compression check.

Usually diesel's have 16:1 ratio compression. Today's gasoline engines have anywhere from 8:1, to 8.5:1, to maybe 9.0:1, (Maybe)

I'm willing to bet though, that you just have air in the system, and it needs to be fully bled out.
There is NO half stepping on this!
You have to start at the source, loosen each fitting, bleed the air out, and continue on down the line.

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