Question about 2000 Ford Excursion
Not sure which tool/s you are intendung ?? however if you observe the tool it has a sleeve around its circumfrence this sleve has to be pulled/pushed back and held then the attachment/tool you wish to use ? can be inserted fully home then the sleeve released to ensure attached tool is locked ? try to pull it out if correctly locked it will not pull out so is safe to use to release tool attachment pull/or push back sleeve then pull out tool attachment the tool attachments must have hexagonal locking bits that fit into the tools jaws unless the tool is air line pressure quick fits then these have locking rings around the circumference the actual locking device is a series of ball bearings that are sprung closed untill sleeve is pulled /pushed back then the balls are slid up a tapered cone and outwards to enable tool attachment to pass balls then when sleeve released the balls move under sping back to lock position hope this is what you are looking for ? best wishes from uk
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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