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How do I remove the bulbfrom the housing? When I pulled, I broke a glass tube. It's in a bathroom ceiling fan/light so very tricky to access. I need to know exactly where a release lever is, if any.

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SOURCE: 1998 Ford Escort ZX2 Water Pump Housing removal

I am sure the leak is the water pump based on years of Escort work, The ZX2 is equipped with a 2.0L DOHC V-Tech engine. The water pump is on the front (rt side of car) of the engine block, visible with the hood up. NAPA autoparts replacement instructions are to loosen the belt drive pulley from the pump BEFORE removing the serpentine belt. Once the four bolts are loose, take the belt off (good time to replace?) remove bolts and old water pump (four more bolts)- it will be tight, but it comes out- clean gasket area and install new gasket and pump in reverse order. That includes putting the pulley on and hand tightening the bolts, put on the belt, finish tightening the bolts to the pulley.

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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SOURCE: how do you remove the glass from the rear side window regulator

Remove the door panel

  1. Remove the side impact bolster.
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  1. Detach the door speaker (if equipped).
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  1. Disconnect the speaker electrical connector and remove the door speaker (if equipped).
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  1. Detach the door latch release handle.
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  1. ani_caut.gif CAUTION: Do not touch the adhesive surface as re-bonding will be impaired.
    Detach the watershield.
    • Using a suitable plastic knife (disposable cutlery), cut through the Butyl strip to enable the watershield to be peeled back.
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  1. Remove the door glass top run retainer.
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Vehicles with manual windows
  1. Install the window regulator handle.
Vehicles with power windows
  1. Connect the door glass operating switch electrical connector.
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All Vehicles
  1. Align the regulator clamp with the access hole (power window shown).
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  1. NOTE: Position the regulator operating cable to one side when drilling the retaining pin, in order to prevent damage.
    Detach the door glass from the regulator clamp.
    1. Using a suitable electric hand drill and a drill bit 8 mm, remove the retaining pin.
    1. Push out the retaining sleeve.
    1. Remove the door glass from the regulator clamp.
    • Discard the retaining sleeve.
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  1. Support the glass, lower the glass and regulator to the lowest position.
  1. Position the lower part of the door glass top run outside the door.
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  1. NOTE: To aid removal of the door glass, stand on the inner side of the door. Make sure the glass is removed from the inside of the door.
    Remove the window glass.
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Installation
All vehicles
  1. ani_caut.gif CAUTION: Make sure vise jaw protectors are used.
    NOTE: Make sure that the retaining sleeve is central in the door glass.
    Attach a new retaining sleeve and retaining pin to the door glass.
    1. Position the retaining sleeve in the door glass.
    1. Using a suitable vise, press the retaining pin into the retaining sleeve.
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  1. Install the window glass in the door.
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  1. Attach the door glass to the regulator clamp.
    • Push the door glass firmly down to engage the retaining pin and retaining sleeve into the regulator clamp.
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  1. Position the lower part of the door glass top run on the inside of the door.
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  1. Close the window.
  1. Install the door glass top run retainer.
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  1. Attach the watershield.
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  1. Attach the door latch release handle.
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  1. Connect the door speaker electrical connector (if equipped).
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  1. Install the door speaker (if equipped).
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  1. Install the side impact bolster.
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Vehicles with manual windows
  1. Remove the window regulator handle.
Vehicles with power windows
  1. Disconnect the door glass operating switch electrical connector.
All vehicles
  1. Install the door trim panel

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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SOURCE: driver door panel removal and re-connect door pull

You most likley have a damaged inside door handle. To remove the door panel, you must first remove the handle bezel. The trim piece around the handle. It is held in place by 4 retainer tabs, take a small flat screw driver, insert it between the bezel and handle. Gently pry away from the handle. If you look in the crack around the handle you will see the tabs. When you get that off, remove the switch assembly by prying up on it gently, unplug the wiring. There are 2 screws in the door panel where you pull the door shut, remove those also. Start at the bottom front of the door panel, pull outward firmly, but not violent. The retainers will come out, you will most likley break some, this is common. The inside handle is about $45 from your dealer. If it is the handle it is held in with 1 rivit, drill it out with a 3/16 drill. Replace the handle, reassemble. Good Luck.

Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Rear Window Glass won't Release

what it seems to me is that your latch is stuck in a locked posiiton. If so, open the hatch itself to expose the screws in the inside panel. Once you have removed the screws the pry the bottom and sieds of the panel away from the body using a panel popper or flat screw driver. Then while applying upwards pressure to the panel from the bottom give the upper part of the panel a quick pop with the heel of your hand.. this should release the panel from the body, this will expose the latch itself. Using 10 millimeter socket, remove the latch from the body thus allowing you to remove it in a safe manner.

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: My A/T shift lever light is out in the console?

Remove upper console cover, remove console box carpet, remove parking brake hole cover assembly, then remove console to access light under shift assembly. Here is a picture, thanks.

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