Question about 1989 Ford Aerostar Cargo
Looking for help step by step on remove & replace mount on drivers side mount
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1988 E-150 4.9L Van (Ford)
Alright, it can be quite a Job. Starting of course by removing the door cover you can almost immeditaly take out the old one, its getting the new one in thats the triky part. you have to bend the fusing rods over about a half an inch because any new ones they make now are bigger than the stock ones. then you have to re route the converter ions to the back-up power control to get optimum power for your window. then you have to make sure the new motor is in place becuase it can fall out easily, put a screw right threw it and into the door. that should do it!
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
I've never changed cv joints on a Ford, but my experience w/ other vehicles has been the realization that it's a tough job, lots of labor involved. You can do it, but u really have to get a good repair manual so u can see illustrations, and follow the many steps involved. Pick up a Haynes or Chilton manual (available online, or many parts stores), or subscribe to an online repair source like e-mitchell. To list all that's involved here would take too much time and space. Good luck, u can do it! countrycurt0
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
"The" motor mount implies one of the three (actually the rear on is a transmission mount).
Loosen the bolts on the mounts that you are keeping.
Next, place a 2x6 about 1 ft long under the oil pan and place a jack under the oil pan and 2x6 board.
Apply pressure (just a little) to the jack.
Now, remove the bolts that hold the bad motor mount. Apply enough lift on the jack to get the engine weight off the motor mount (and no more).
Next, knock out the bad mount and insert the new mount. Insert the bolts (hand tighten).
Next, lower the jack until the block rests on the new mount. Tighten the other motor mount bolts and the new mount bolts (torque to about 35 Ft. lbs.)
You are done!
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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