On the passenger side, behind the tire, There is a sensor with a clip connector, It is right in front of the crankshaft pulley, If the engine wont turn when trying to jump start, the connector is not making good contact. This connection will also keep the car from starting, The engine will turn over but will not fire. This is a problem I'm having.
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For a 5.4L V8 Flex...canister Purge Valve--centered right behind the throttle body. Should see a hose with a quick disconnect and an electrical connector on one side (driver's). Opposite (passenger) side has another 6-8 inch hose that runs from the valve to the engine with a quick disconnect on the engine side. The valve itselve is about 2-3" long, black cylinder (google Motorcraft CX2447 for picture)! Very easy to replace yourself (5 min job). Remove the electrical connector (push in on rear side and pull), remove the two quick connects by squeezing the gray prongs and pushing the connector outward. Hose should slide right off. Pull valve off of bracket (there is a rubber piece that holds it on--it will slide off of the metal bracket, but have to wiggle it loose), replace part, reconnect hoses/elect and you're done. Just make sure the hoses are fully seated.
The actual canister is a black box on the inside of the frame beneath the driver side (have to get under the truck pretty far to see it). It has about 3 hoses running to it from the fuel tank. On side facing the front of the vehicle, you'll see a hose that runs up through the firewall to the purge valve.
it's mounted above where your spare tire is on some of the other motors its above your spare tire
passenger side under the glove box ,
Remove the right side sound insulator. Refer to Instrument Panel Insulator Panel Replacement - Right Side in Instrument Panel, Gages and Console.
Disconnect the electrical connector (1) from the blower motor.
Disconnect the blower ventilation tube (2) from the module.
Remove the blower motor screws (3).
Remove the blower motor from the housing.
Instrument Panel Insulator Panel Replacement - Right Side
Remove the fasteners at the rear edge of the insulators in order to disengage from the lower instrument panel.
Pry out the retainers in order to release.
Turn the heater temperature sensor 1/4 turn in order to release and allow to remain connected to its wire (CJ2 vehicles only).
Disconnect the electrical connectors.
Slide the insulator rearward in order to remove.
Locate the upstream and downstream oxygen sensors under the vehicle near the front axle. The upstream and downstream sensors resemble spark plugs with several wires connected to them. Remove the sensors by turning them clockwise with a 22-millimeter wrench.Locate the wiring harness inside the vehicle under the centerconsole on the front passenger side. Disconnect the electrical connectors for the oxygen sensors. Feed the wires down through the vehicle and pull them out under the car.Feed the wiring assemblies on the new sensors up through the floor of the vehicle. Reconnect the wires in the wiring harness. Screw in the new oxygen sensors with your fingers. Once they are in place, tighten them with a 22-millimeter wrench.Remove the jack stands and lower the Celica to the ground. Remove the tire blocks. There should be a sensor before the CAT converter, and one RIGHT after it.
PCM Ford's Location:
* Ranger - behind instrument panel (cowl), center to both driver and
* Explorer/Mountaineer - behind instrument panel (cowl), (access from
engine compartment dash panel) on passenger side to center of vehicle.
* All other F-Series, Expedition/Navigator - lower dash panel on
* Excursion - lower dash panel on driver side.
The PCM is behind the glove box and has a big harness connector in the
firewall that you access from the engine compartment. REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Fig. 1 The calibration number will be needed to order such
parts as a replacement PCM, various sensors, and almost any emission
control component. Typically this number is attached to a label found on
the driver's door or the door pillar
1997-00 F-150, F-250, Expedition and Navigator
Fig. 2 Loosen the connector retaining bolt and remove the PCM
Fig. 3 Remove the passenger side front door scuff plate
Fig. 4 Remove the passenger side kick panel
Fig. 5 Remove the PCM bracket clip and remove the PCM
Remove the battery and the battery tray.
Loosen the connector retaining bolt and remove the PCM connector.
Remove the passenger side front door scuff plate.
Remove the passenger side kick panel.
Remove the PCM bracket clip.
Remove the PCM.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Tighten the PCM connector retaining bolt to 36-44 inch lbs. (4-5
Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
Remove the engine fresh air housing inside the engine compartment.
Disconnect the washer hose at the in-line connector forward of
the cowl grille so that the in-line connector remains with the washer
hose from the fresh air plenum.
Disconnect the washer hose from the hose clip located on the front fender side shield.
Remove the filler tube screw.
Hoist and support vehicle on hoist or jack stands.
Remove the right front wheel and tire assembly.
Disconnect the left right front wheelhouse splash shield and move aside.
Drain washer fluid from the reservoir and into a suitable clean container. This can be done by disconnecting the windshield washer hose
from the front (outboard) washer pump and allowing the washer fluid to
drain into a container through a temporary jumper hose connected to the
front washer pump.
Disconnect the electrical body harness connectors to the
washer pump motors and the fluid level sensor. Slide the red lock on
the connector to the release position, then, depress the black tab and
pull the connector off the pump or sensor.
Remove the two reservoir mounting screws.
Disconnect the reservoir from the body mount by raising the
reservoir upward slightly and then down so that the reservoir filler
neck and front washer hose pull through the opening in the front fender
Push filler neck and front washer hose through the opening in the
front fender side shield. Connect the reservoir to the body mount by
lowering the reservoir down.
Install the two reservoir mounting screws. Torque screws to 8.5 - 11.3 Nm (75 - 100 in. lbs.) .
Connect the electrical body harness connectors to the washer
pump motors and the fluid level sensor. Slide the red lock on the
connector to the closed or locked position.
Assure that washer is properly routed to prevent pinching and possible inoperative washers.
Connect the left right front wheelhouse splash shield and move aside.
Install the right front wheel and tire assembly.
lower vehicle from hoist or jack stands.
Install the filler tube screw. Torque screw to 8.5 - 11.3 Nm (75 - 100 in. lbs.) .
Connect the washer hose to the hose clip located on the front fender side shield.
Connect the washer hose at the in-line connector forward of the cowl grille.
Install the engine fresh air housing inside the engine compartment.