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You should mark things before removing... like the rotor position. and paint the timing slot. Then remove the bolts and pull. This a great time to chenge the o-ring that surrounds the shaft.

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Loosen up the hold down bolts at the base of the shaft under the distributor upper housing and completely remove them.

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  1. Remove the silencer boot fasteners located around the base of the lower steering shaft from the dash panel so that it may be pushed aside.
  2. Remove the brake lamp switch from its mounting bracket.
  3. Disconnect the power brake booster input rod (push rod) from the pin on the brake pedal arm.
  4. If equipped with power adjustable pedals, remove the adjustable pedal assembly.
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  1. Remove the heater core tubes.
  2. Remove the two screws that secure the heater core mounting plate to the HVAC air distribution
    1. If NOT equipped with power adjustable pedals, pull the accelerator pedal upward and push the brake pedal downward for clearance to remove the heater core from the air distribution housing.
    2. Remove the heater core by carefully pulling it straight out of the side of the air distribution housing.
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    1. If NOT equipped with power adjustable pedals, pull the accelerator pedal upward and push the brake pedal downward for clearance to install the heater core into the HVAC air distribution housing.
    2. Install the heater core by carefully pushing it straight into the side of the air distribution housing.
    3. Install the two screws that secure the heater core to the air distribution housing. Tighten the screws to 2 Nm ( 17 in lbs ) .
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  1. Remove the silencer boot fasteners located around the base of the lower steering shaft from the dash panel so that it may be pushed aside.
  2. Remove the brake lamp switch from its mounting bracket.
  3. Disconnect the power brake booster input rod (push rod) from the pin on the brake pedal arm.
  4. If equipped with power adjustable pedals, remove the adjustable pedal assembly.
Note: Take the proper precautions to protect the carpeting below the heater core from spilled engine coolant and have absorbent toweling readily available to clean up any spills.

  1. Remove the heater core tubes.
  2. Remove the two screws that secure the heater core mounting plate to the HVAC air distribution
    1. If NOT equipped with power adjustable pedals, pull the accelerator pedal upward and push the brake pedal downward for clearance to remove the heater core from the air distribution housing.
    2. Remove the heater core by carefully pulling it straight out of the side of the air distribution housing.
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    1. If NOT equipped with power adjustable pedals, pull the accelerator pedal upward and push the brake pedal downward for clearance to install the heater core into the HVAC air distribution housing.
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Here are the instructions with a diagram. If you need to enlarge the diagram save it to your picture files and then enlarge it there.

1. Disconnect battery ground cable, then drain cooling system. See: Engine, Cooling and Exhaust\Cooling System\Service and Repair

2. Disconnect heater hoses from heater core. Plug heater hoses and core fittings to prevent coolant spillage.


3. Remove bolt located below windshield wiper motor, attaching left end of plenum to dash panel.


4. Remove nut attaching upper left corner of evaporator or heater case to dash panel.
5. Disconnect vacuum control system supply hose from vacuum source, then push grommet and hose into passenger compartment.

6. Remove all instrument panel retaining screws and pull instrument panel back as far as possible without disconnecting any wire harnesses.
7. Loosen right door sill plate and remove side cowl trim panel.

8. Disengage temperature control cable housing from bracket on top of plenum. Disconnect cable from temperature blend door crank arm.

9. On models w/Automatic Temperature Control (ATC) , remove cross body brace and disconnect wiring harness from temperature blend door actuator and disconnect ATC sensor tube from evaporator case connector.
10. Disconnect vacuum harness at vacuum connector near floor air distribution duct.

11. Disconnect white vacuum hose from outside recirculating air door vacuum motor.
12. Remove two hush panels.

13. Remove one plastic push fastener retaining floor air distribution duct to left end of plenum. Remove left screw and loosen right screw on rear face of plenum. Remove floor air distribution duct.

14. Remove two screws from rear side of floor air distribution duct to plenum. To remove right screw, it may be necessary to remove the two screws attaching lower panel door vacuum motor to mounting bracket.

15. Remove push fastener attaching floor air distribution duct to left end of plenum, then remove floor air distribution duct.
16. Remove two nuts located along lower flange of plenum.
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18. Remove retaining screws from heater core cover, then the cover from plenum assembly.

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SECTION 412-01: Air Distribution and Filtering 2001 Focus Workshop Manual DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Air Distribution and Filtering The new heating and ventilation system ensures even air distribution.
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  1. Unclip and remove the temperature control Bowden cables.
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  1. Check operation of the Bowden cables.

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