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Below are directions to remove the engine. The engine and transaxle assembly have to come out as one unit and they come out from the bottom:
Remove the battery. Detach the air cleaner.
Disconnect the engine harness connectors.
Engine wiring connectors (alternator, starter, etc.)
Oil pressure gauge connector.
Back up lamp switch connector.
A/T solenoid, inhibitor switch connector.
Coolant temperature sensor.
Ignition coil, power TR connector.
Idle speed control valve (ISC) connector.
MAP and ATS connectors.
Oxygen sensor connector.
Drain the engine coolant.
For a vehicle with automatic transaxles, disconnect the transaxle oil cooler hoses, When disconnecting hoses, make identification marks to avoid making any mistake when installing them again
Be careful not to spill any of oil or fluid out of the hoses. Plug the openings to prevent the entry of foreign material.
Disconnect the radiator upper and lower hoses on the engine side then remove the radiator assembly.
Disconnect the engine ground.
Disconnect the brake booster vacuum hose.
Disconnect the heater hoses (inlet and outlet) on the engine side.
Disconnect the accelerator cable at the engine side.
Using a special tool, remove the main fuel line at the delivery pipe (supply/return).
Disconnect the speedometer cable from the transaxle. Disconnect the clutch cable or
control cable from the transaxle.Disconnect the power steering suction hose and return hose from the pump. Detach the steering dust cover in the engine compartment and then disconnect the gear box universal joint bolt.
Make sure to make identification marks between the universal joint and the gear box for reassembly.
Raise the vehicle and then remove the front tire.
Remove the calliper assembly from the knuckle.Using wire, hang it from the suspension..Loosen the strut lower bolts and then remove it.
Remove the front muffler bolts.Remove the transaxle control rod and extension rod (M/T only).Put the special fixture on the T/M jack
and then adjust it to the sub-frame.
Check that all the cables, harness connector and hose are disconnected from the engine and transaxle assembly.Remove the engine mounting bracket and the transaxle mounting bracket.
Remove the sub-frame installation bolts.
Lower the engine and transaxle assembly on the jack then, remove the front roll stopper and the rear roll stopper..Remove the engine and transaxle assembly as a unit.
you have 4w low.. low/lock..4w high and hi lock..4w low is just a slower set of gears that gives the truck way more power for like pulling or towing in harse conditions.. 4 w hi is more for traction at hyway speeds..you may have a seperate lock lever.. most do..
IF YOU HAVE THE AF23-5 TRANSAXLE OR THE VT25- E VTI. TRANSAXLE YOU NEED A SCAN TOOL TO MONITORING TRANSMISSION FLUID TEMPERATURE WHILE CHECKING TRANSMISSION FLUID TEMPERATURE.YOUR VECHICLE TRANSAXLE DONT HAVE A DIP STICK TO CHECK TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL.YOUR TRANSMISSION HAS A DRAIN PLUG LOCATED BOTTOM OF TRANSAXLE BELOW FORWARD OF THE RIGHT PASSENGER SIDE DRIVEAXLE FACING RIGHT SIDE OF VECHICLE.YOUR VECHICLE HAS TO BE RAISED LEVEL ON A LIFT.TO CHECK TRANSMISSION FLUID.YOUR TRANSMISSION IS A DEALERSHIP FIX.WAY TRANSMISSION SET UP DEALERSHIP HAS TO CHANGE TRANSMISSION FLUID.
could be the wheel bearing, first check to see if the belts have shifte in tires, feel the sidewalls of tire for a buldge, also secondly switch front tire with back tire, could be the rim... if noise transfers to back then its rim..
There are 3 ' ! ' symbols: one is (0) with an exclamation ! inside the 0, that indicates a brake problem. 2. is a cutaway tire diagram with a ! inside it, which is low tire warning, and 3. is what looks like a gear or sprocket with the ! inside, which is auto transaxle/cooling system problem (on ztec or auto transaxle models only).