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2004 ford escape oil pan bolt type and tightening sequence


there are some with studs and some with not. the back of the pan have some suds due to the 02 sensor wiring harness. just find out where the wiring needs to be put on the studs and that will show you where to but the studded bolts. best way to know how is to mark them before they were removed

Oct 22, 2014 | 2004 Ford Escape XLT

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Need torque scecs for control arm


1) Install or connect the following:
  • Lower control arm
  • Control arm bolts and nuts
  • Ball stud to the knuckle
  • Ball stud castle nut, tighten the ball stud castle nut to 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm), plus 135 degrees

Note: Do NOT loosen the ball stud nut in order to align the ball stud nut slots to the ball stud cotter pin hole. If necessary, tighten the ball stud castle nut in order to align the ball stud castle nut slot to the ball stud cotter pin hole. Ensure that the cotter pin ends do NOT contact the ABS wheel speed sensor, the ABS sensor connector or the drive axle.
  • NEW cotter pin and bend the ends
  • Stabilizer shaft link
  • ABS wheel speed sensor jumper harness to the harness retainer clips
  • ABS wheel speed sensor connector
    • Lower control arm nuts, tighten the lower control arm nuts to 71 ft. lbs. (96 Nm)
    • From Chevrolet web site.

Jan 30, 2013 | 2005 Chevrolet Uplander

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How to fix rear studs


,First,put block under front tires to keep from moving.If you have rear drum brakes,then you will need to remove hub,Jack up and secure,then remove tire,remove wheel speed sensor,if equipped.remove brake drum,bearing and spindle assembly.To remove stud and replace,you will have to turn bearing and align bad stud so it has room to be removed.get a hammer and a piece of wood to put over stud and knock out,don't use a piece of metal,could mess up end and make hard to get out.After you get new stud in ,get lug nut and tighten to pull stud in.A punch smaller than stud will work.

Aug 16, 2012 | 2001 Ford Focus

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MY ABS AND BRAKE LIGHTS STAY ON . ALSO MY SPEEDOMETER WONT MOVE UNTIL YOUR GOING ABOUT 30 MPH. WHATS THE PROBLEM


This is most likely the rear wheel speed sensor, which is located on top of the differential housing.
Mopar part number is 05032220AA and is $18 Online at http://dodgeparts.mopar.com
(A graphic illustration can be found there too.)
I experienced the exact same problems on my 99 Dakota, and a new sensor fixed all the symptoms.
First I tried an aftermarket sensor from one of the chains, but it just did not fit right. Ended up buying one from Dodge, which popped right in. Take note on how the old sensor is situated before removal. Be careful when you remove the old sensor, slowly pry/wiggle it out. Take your time, you do not want it to brake and have debris fall into your differential. When you install the new one, lube the O-ring with Diff. fluid to ease it in.

From Dodge service manual:
Removal:
(1) Raise vehicle on hoist
(2) Remove brake line mounting nut and remove the brake line from sensor stud
(3) Remove mounting stud from sensor and shield
(4) Remove sensor and shield from differential housing.
(5) Disconnect sensor wire harness and remove sensor

Installation:
(1) Connect harness to sensor. Be sure seal is securely in place between sensor and wiring connector.
(2) Install O-ring on sensor (if removed)
(3) Insert sensor in differential housing
(4) Install sensor shield
(5) Install the sensor mounting stud and tighten to 24 N-m (200 in. lbs.)
(6) Install brake line on sensor stud and install nut
(7) Lower vehicle


I am no mechanic by any means, but it took me about 15 minutes to fix.
Good luck

Jan 13, 2011 | 1999 Dodge Dakota

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What dose the crank sensor look like and where dose it go on a 99 dodge dokota


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  1. Remove the air cleaner assembly if necessary for access to the sensor.
  2. Disconnect the pigtail harness from the sensor.
  3. Remove the nut holding the sensor wire clip to the fuel rail mounting stud.
  4. Remove the sensor mounting hardware, then the sensor.
  5. Remove the clip from the sensor wire harness.
To install:
  1. Install the sensor flush against the opening.
  2. Install and tighten the bolts or nuts, as applicable.
  3. Install the electrical connector.
  4. Install the clip on the sensor wire harness.
  5. Install the clip over the fuel rail mounting stud. Install the clip mounting nut.

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Mar 06, 2010 | 1999 Dodge Dakota

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I have a vsc light and vsc light off on too,plus it idles really low like it's going to die but doesn't,it has a awful rattling sound coming from exhaust somewhere. the cat.converter has been changed and...


I would look under the car mid way for an exhaust leak.There will be an oval shaped clamp with 2 studs about 3`` apart on the side of the catalytic converter holding a wired sensor in place. Check to see if you have an open exhaust sensor port or burned out gasket with your sensor hanging off the pipe. If so the sensor has vibrated loose and is sucking in fresh air and throwing off the emission sensors in the engine. If the sensor is hanging off and you drive, the wiring could break and you might lose the entire device.$$$$
I was driving my RX300 last week and it literally just started to sputter and the sensor fell off the studs, the nuts had rotted off from heat... Easy fix for me luckily a gasket and 2 new studs , but I had to have the dash lights reprogrammed ans well.
Please post back to advise

Dec 08, 2009 | Lexus ES 300 Cars & Trucks

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Where is speed sensor located


The Vehicle Speed sensor is located on top of the differential housing. it is held in with one bolt and takes about 15 minutes to change. Part #56028 187AC. Always have the dealership check and verify for the latest updated part number. REMOVAL: Raise vehicle on hoist. Remove brake line mounting nut and remove the brake line from the sensor stud. Remove mounting stud from the sensor and shield Rear Speed Sensor Mounting . Remove sensor and shield from differential housing. INSTALLATION: Connect harness to sensor. Be sure seal is securely in place between sensor and wiring connector. Install O-ring on sensor (if removed) Insert sensor in differential housing. Install sensor shield. Install the sensor mounting stud and tighten to 24 N·m (18 ft. lbs.).
Install the brake line on the sensor stud and install the nut.
Lower vehicle. ,I hope this helps you?

Oct 07, 2009 | 1990 Dodge Ram

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Took off one morning and ABS light and brake stay on and truck want idel. But brakes work fine and truck runs good. Could this be a vacum line problem? If so where should I look.


Chances are the speed pickup on the differential is either faulty or drity. I had the same thing happen to my 1998 Dodge Ram 2500. In addition to your symptoms, my speedometer stopped working below 25 mph.
this

the part number at Autzone = SU3356 . That is for ABS on rear wheels only. It is a different part number if you have 4 wheel ABS.
this is how to test if it is bad:


TESTING (1997 Models)

Resistance
  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle securely on jackstands.
  2. Ensure the ignition key is in the OFF position.
  3. Disconnect the speed sensor electrical harness.
  4. Measure resistance between the terminals on the speed sensor
  5. Resistance should be 1000-2500 ohms.
  6. If resistance is not within specification, check the harness for continuity.
  7. If continuity exists, the sensor is faulty.

Air Gap


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  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle securely on jackstands.
  2. Remove the sensor from the differential.
  3. Measure and record the distance from the underside of the sensor flange to the end of the sensor pole piece. This distance represents dimension "B". This dimension should be 1.07-1.08 in. (27.18-27.43mm). If dimension is not within specification, replace the speed sensor.
  4. Measure and record the distance between the sensor mounting surface of the differential case and the teeth at the top of the exciter ring. This distance represents dimension "A". This dimension should be 1.085-1.120 in. (27.56-28.45mm). If dimension is not within specification, replace the exciter ring.
  5. Subtract dimension "B" from dimension "A" to determine sensor air gap. The gap should be 0.005-0.050 in. (0.127-1.27mm).

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Here is how to replace it:

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION


  1. Raise the vehicle.
  2. Remove the brake line mounting nut, if fitted, and remove the brake line from the sensor stud.
  3. Remove the mounting stud from the sensor and shield.
  4. Remove the sensor and shield from the differential housing.
  5. Disconnect the wire and remove the sensor.

To install:
  1. Connect the harness to the sensor. Be sure the seal is securely in place between the sensor and wiring connector.
  2. Install O-ring on sensor if removed.
  3. Install sensor on differential; housing, sensor shield, mounting stud. Tighten to 18 ft. lbs. (24 Nm).
  4. Install the brake line on the sensor stud and install the nut.
  5. Lower the vehicle.

Aug 27, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Ram

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Need to know how to remove broken studs?


Your going to have to remove the hub bearing unit to replace the studs.
The studs are pressed fit, so your going to have to press it out backwards. Don't try to hamer the studs out, you may damage the Hub bearing and you might as well change the whole hub if that's the case.
Once you have the hub removed press fit the studs out backward and if you don't have a press fit, you could get away with a clamp and lot's of washer and a pipe for leverage. 
To install the new studs, just follow in revers and press fit the new ones in place, it should take about 30 min to an hour to do. But take your time if you have not don this before.
Good luck and hope this helps, and if your have abs, make sure you line up your sensor before putting the wheels back on.

Apr 19, 2009 | Honda Civic Cars & Trucks

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Crank shaft Sensor


After replacement of crankshaft position sensor, the computer needs to have the crankshaft position system variation learn procdeure performed. That requires a factory scan tool. Crankshaft Position Sensor Replacement Removal Procedure

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  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.Raise and support the vehicle. .
  2. Remove the crankshaft harmonic balancer. Disconnect the crankshaft position (CKP) sensor electrical connector.
  3. Remove the CKP sensor shield (1). DO NOT use a pry bar.
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  4. Remove the CKP sensor studs.
  5. Remove the CKP sensor.
Installation Procedure

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  1. Install the CKP sensor. Notice: Use the correct fastener in the correct location. Replacement fasteners must be the correct part number for that application. Fasteners requiring replacement or fasteners requiring the use of thread locking compound or sealant are identified in the service procedure. Do not use paints, lubricants, or corrosion inhibitors on fasteners or fastener joint surfaces unless specified. These coatings affect fastener torque and joint clamping force and may damage the fastener. Use the correct tightening sequence and specifications when installing fasteners in order to avoid damage to parts and systems.
  2. Install the CKP sensor studs. Tighten
    Tighten the studs to 30 N·m (22 lb ft).

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Jul 07, 2008 | 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix

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