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The tranny dont have any just the transfer case

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Is replacing a motor on a 1989 lincoln town car something I should even try doing? I can't even see the motor.. lol, Is it hard to replace?


It can be complicated: 5.0L Engine
  1. Disconnect the negative, then the positive battery cable. Drain the crankcase and the cooling system into suitable containers.
  2. Drain and recycle the engine coolant.
  3. Properly relieve the fuel system pressure. NOTE: If your vehicle is equipped with air conditioning, refer to Section 1 for information regarding the implications of servicing your A/C system yourself. Only an MVAC-trained, EPA-certified, automotive technician should service the A/C system or its components. CAUTION
    Never open, service, or drain the radiator or cooling system when hot; serious burns can occur from the steam and hot coolant. In addition, when draining engine coolant, keep in mind that cats and dogs are attracted to ethylene glycol antifreeze and could drink any that is left in an uncovered container or in puddles on the ground. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantities. Always drain coolant into a sealable container. Coolant should be reused unless it is contaminated or is several years old.
  4. Mark the position of the hood on the hinges and remove the hood. Disconnect the battery ground cables from the cylinder block.
  5. Remove the air intake duct and the air cleaner.
  6. Disconnect the upper radiator hose from the thermostat housing and the lower hose from the water pump. Disconnect the oil cooler lines from the radiator.
  7. Remove the bolts attaching the radiator fan shroud to the radiator. Remove the radiator. Remove the fan, belt pulley, and shroud.
  8. Remove the alternator bolts and position the alternator aside.
  9. Disconnect the oil pressure sending unit wire from the sending unit. Disconnect the fuel lines; refer to Section 5.
  10. Disconnect the accelerator cable from the throttle body. Disconnect the throttle valve rod/cable. Disconnect the cruise control cable, if equipped.
  11. Disconnect the throttle valve vacuum line from the intake manifold, if equipped. Disconnect the transmission filler tube bracket from the cylinder block.
  12. Disconnect the air conditioning lines and electrical connectors at the compressor; refer to Section 6. Plug the lines and the compressor fittings to prevent the entrance of dirt and moisture.
  13. Disconnect the power steering pump bracket from the cylinder head. Remove the drive belt. Position the power steering pump aside in a position that will prevent the fluid from leaking.
  14. Disconnect the power brake vacuum line from the intake manifold.
  15. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater tubes. Disconnect the electrical connector from the coolant temperature-sending unit.
  16. Remove the transmission-to-engine upper bolts.
  17. Disconnect the wiring harness at the two 10-pin connectors.
  18. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Disconnect the starter cable from the starter and remove the starter.
  19. Disconnect the muffler inlet pipes from the exhaust manifolds. Disconnect the engine mounts from the chassis. Disconnect the downstream thermactor tubing and check valve from the right exhaust manifold stud, if equipped.
  20. Disconnect the transmission cooler lines from the retainer and remove the transmission inspection cover..
  21. Match mark the converter and flywheel with a dab of paint to ease installation. Disconnect the flywheel from the converter and secure the converter assembly in the transmission. Remove the remaining transmission-to-engine bolts.
  22. Lower the vehicle and then support the transmission. Attach suitable engine lifting equipment and hoist the engine.
  23. Raise the engine slightly and carefully pull it from the transmission. Carefully lift the engine out of the engine compartment. Avoid bending or damaging the rear cover plate or other components. Install the engine on a workstand. To install:
  24. Attach the engine lifting equipment and remove the engine from the workstand.
  25. Lower the engine carefully into the engine compartment. Make sure the exhaust manifolds are properly aligned with the muffler inlet pipes.
  26. Start the converter pilot into the crankshaft. Align the paint mark on the flywheel to the paint mark on the torque converter.
  27. Install the transmission upper bolts, making sure the dowels in the cylinder block engage the transmission.
  28. Install the engine mount-to-chassis attaching fasteners and remove the engine lifting equipment.
  29. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Connect both muffler inlet pipes to the exhaust manifolds. Install the starter and connect the starter cable.
  30. Remove the retainer holding the torque converter in the transmission. Attach the converter to the flywheel. Install the converter housing inspection cover and install the remaining transmission attaching bolts.
  31. Remove the support from the transmission and lower the vehicle.
  32. Connect the wiring harness at the two 10-pin connectors.
  33. Connect the coolant temperature sending unit wire and connect the heater hoses. Connect the wiring to the metal heater tubes and the engine coolant temperature, air charge temperature and oxygen sensors.
  34. Connect the transmission filler tube bracket. Connect the manual shift rod and the retracting spring. Connect the throttle valve vacuum line, if equipped.
  35. Connect the accelerator cable and throttle valve cable. Connect the cruise control cable, if equipped.
  36. Connect the fuel lines and the oil pressure sending unit wire.
  37. Install the pulley, water pump belt and fan/clutch assembly.
  38. Position the alternator bracket and install the alternator bolts. Connect the alternator and ground cables. Adjust the drive belt tension.
  39. Unplug and connect the refrigerant lines and connect the electrical connector to the compressor.
  40. Install the power steering drive belt and power steering pump bracket. Connect the power brake vacuum line.
  41. Place the shroud over the fan and install the radiator. Connect the radiator hoses and the transmission oil cooler lines. Position the shroud and install the bolts.
  42. Connect the heater hoses to the heater tubes. Fill the cooling system. Fill the crankcase with the proper type and quantity of engine oil. Adjust the transmission throttle linkage.
  43. Connect the positive and then the negative battery cables. Start the engine and bring to normal operating temperature. Check for leaks. Check all fluid levels.
  44. Install the air intake duct assembly. Install the hood, aligning the marks that were made during removal.
  45. Have a MVAC certified evacuate and charge the air conditioning system.
  46. Road test the vehicle.
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Sep 24, 2010 | 1989 Lincoln Town Car

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I need to locate where the hose that connects near the rear of the transmission connects on the other end


Depending on the vehicle, this may be a transmission cooler line and needs to connect to the bottom of the radiator. The transmission fluid is basically air cooled through the radiator. I hope this helps.

Aug 16, 2010 | Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Cars & Trucks

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WHAT FLUIDS DO I NEED TO CHANGE OUT WHEN CHANGING OUT THE MOTOR


5.0L Engine
  1. Disconnect the negative, then the positive battery cable. Drain the crankcase and the cooling system into suitable containers.
  2. Drain and recycle the engine coolant.
  3. Properly relieve the fuel system pressure. NOTE: If your vehicle is equipped with air conditioning, refer to Section 1 for information regarding the implications of servicing your A/C system yourself. Only an MVAC-trained, EPA-certified, automotive technician should service the A/C system or its components. CAUTION
    Never open, service, or drain the radiator or cooling system when hot; serious burns can occur from the steam and hot coolant. In addition, when draining engine coolant, keep in mind that cats and dogs are attracted to ethylene glycol antifreeze and could drink any that is left in an uncovered container or in puddles on the ground. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantities. Always drain coolant into a sealable container. Coolant should be reused unless it is contaminated or is several years old.
  4. Mark the position of the hood on the hinges and remove the hood. Disconnect the battery ground cables from the cylinder block.
  5. Remove the air intake duct and the air cleaner.
  6. Disconnect the upper radiator hose from the thermostat housing and the lower hose from the water pump. Disconnect the oil cooler lines from the radiator.
  7. Remove the bolts attaching the radiator fan shroud to the radiator. Remove the radiator. Remove the fan, belt pulley, and shroud.
  8. Remove the alternator bolts and position the alternator aside.
  9. Disconnect the oil pressure sending unit wire from the sending unit. Disconnect the fuel lines; refer to Section 5.
  10. Disconnect the accelerator cable from the throttle body. Disconnect the throttle valve rod/cable. Disconnect the cruise control cable, if equipped.
  11. Disconnect the throttle valve vacuum line from the intake manifold, if equipped. Disconnect the transmission filler tube bracket from the cylinder block.
  12. Disconnect the air conditioning lines and electrical connectors at the compressor; refer to Section 6. Plug the lines and the compressor fittings to prevent the entrance of dirt and moisture.
  13. Disconnect the power steering pump bracket from the cylinder head. Remove the drive belt. Position the power steering pump aside in a position that will prevent the fluid from leaking.
  14. Disconnect the power brake vacuum line from the intake manifold.
  15. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater tubes. Disconnect the electrical connector from the coolant temperature-sending unit.
  16. Remove the transmission-to-engine upper bolts.
  17. Disconnect the wiring harness at the two 10-pin connectors.
  18. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Disconnect the starter cable from the starter and remove the starter.
  19. Disconnect the muffler inlet pipes from the exhaust manifolds. Disconnect the engine mounts from the chassis. Disconnect the downstream thermactor tubing and check valve from the right exhaust manifold stud, if equipped.
  20. Disconnect the transmission cooler lines from the retainer and remove the transmission inspection cover..
  21. Match mark the converter and flywheel with a dab of paint to ease installation. Disconnect the flywheel from the converter and secure the converter assembly in the transmission. Remove the remaining transmission-to-engine bolts.
  22. Lower the vehicle and then support the transmission. Attach suitable engine lifting equipment and hoist the engine.
  23. Raise the engine slightly and carefully pull it from the transmission. Carefully lift the engine out of the engine compartment. Avoid bending or damaging the rear cover plate or other components. Install the engine on a workstand. To install:
  24. Attach the engine lifting equipment and remove the engine from the workstand.
  25. Lower the engine carefully into the engine compartment. Make sure the exhaust manifolds are properly aligned with the muffler inlet pipes.
  26. Start the converter pilot into the crankshaft. Align the paint mark on the flywheel to the paint mark on the torque converter.
  27. Install the transmission upper bolts, making sure the dowels in the cylinder block engage the transmission.
  28. Install the engine mount-to-chassis attaching fasteners and remove the engine lifting equipment.
  29. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Connect both muffler inlet pipes to the exhaust manifolds. Install the starter and connect the starter cable.
  30. Remove the retainer holding the torque converter in the transmission. Attach the converter to the flywheel. Install the converter housing inspection cover and install the remaining transmission attaching bolts.
  31. Remove the support from the transmission and lower the vehicle.
  32. Connect the wiring harness at the two 10-pin connectors.
  33. Connect the coolant temperature sending unit wire and connect the heater hoses. Connect the wiring to the metal heater tubes and the engine coolant temperature, air charge temperature and oxygen sensors.
  34. Connect the transmission filler tube bracket. Connect the manual shift rod and the retracting spring. Connect the throttle valve vacuum line, if equipped.
  35. Connect the accelerator cable and throttle valve cable. Connect the cruise control cable, if equipped.
  36. Connect the fuel lines and the oil pressure sending unit wire.
  37. Install the pulley, water pump belt and fan/clutch assembly.
  38. Position the alternator bracket and install the alternator bolts. Connect the alternator and ground cables. Adjust the drive belt tension.
  39. Unplug and connect the refrigerant lines and connect the electrical connector to the compressor.
  40. Install the power steering drive belt and power steering pump bracket. Connect the power brake vacuum line.
  41. Place the shroud over the fan and install the radiator. Connect the radiator hoses and the transmission oil cooler lines. Position the shroud and install the bolts.
  42. Connect the heater hoses to the heater tubes. Fill the cooling system. Fill the crankcase with the proper type and quantity of engine oil. Adjust the transmission throttle linkage.
  43. Connect the positive and then the negative battery cables. Start the engine and bring to normal operating temperature. Check for leaks. Check all fluid levels.
  44. Install the air intake duct assembly. Install the hood, aligning the marks that were made during removal.
  45. Have a MVAC certified evacuate and charge the air conditioning system.
  46. Road test the vehicle.
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Aug 11, 2010 | 1992 Lincoln Town Car

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Vacume hose connections


There is a rigid white vacuum line connection on the right hand side (as you face face the engine under the hood) of the transmission casing. This line makes it way up between the air feed pipes of cylinders 3 and 4 on the intake manifod. It is connected to a rubber right-angle connector fitted on nipple on the top of air pipe for cylinder 3 just beneath the fuel rail and about 30mm from the injector

May 14, 2010 | 1996 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

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Code P0410- Secondary Air Injection Malfunction


The air injection reaction system (AIR) is on all 2004+ 4.2's. There is an electric blower under the truck, tucked inside the frame rail about under the drivers seat. The blower draws it's clean air from a hose tied into the air inlet tube between the airfilter box and Throttle body, pressurizes it slightly and blows this clean air into a port in the cylinder head directly above the exhaust manifold, dead center. There is a can shaped check valve bolted to this port with the air hose clamped to it and an electrical connection. The most common failure point of this system is this check valve. Remove the hose, the electrical connection and 2 bolts and it's off. Very easy. Problem is, it's about a $125 dealer only item.:banghead: The check valve gets corroded/cruded up and doesnt seat. Let it go long enough and moisture from the exhaust can back flow into the system and destroy the $$$ electric air blower. I'd start by removing and checking the valve and check the hoses for water.
Inspect the air pump and wire harness under the Trailblazer's frame rail, since you did mentioned that your had your transmission serviced and they would have had to work under there to remove the transmission pan to replace the transmission fluid and filter. There are 2 fuses you need to check also. AIR fuse 60amp....AIR solenoid fuse 15amp.
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Mar 11, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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Radiator replace


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  1. Drain the coolant.
  2. Disable the SIR.
  3. Move the forwarding discriminating sensor out of the way.
  4. Remove the air cleaner assembly.
  5. Remove the cooling fans.
  6. Disconnect the radiator inlet hose from the radiator.
    1. Disconnect the radiator outlet hose from the radiator.
    2. Disconnect the engine oil cooler lines from the right radiator end tank.
    3. Disconnect the transmission oil cooler lines from the left radiator end tank.
    4. Remove the left and the right engine torque struts.
      1. Remove the upper radiator support screws.
      2. Remove the radiator from the vehicle. Lift the radiator up and out. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
        1. Install the radiator to the vehicle.
        2. Install the upper radiator support screws. Tighten the bolts to 6 Nm (53 inch lbs.). NOTICE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.
        3. Install the transmission oil cooler lines to the radiator. Tighten the transmission oil cooler line fittings to 27 Nm (20 ft. lbs.).
        4. Connect the engine oil cooler lines to the radiator. Tighten the engine oil cooler lines to 18 Nm (13 ft. lbs.).
        5. Install the left and the right engine support torque struts.Connect the radiator outlet hose to the radiator.
          1. Connect the radiator inlet hose to the radiator.
          2. Install the cooling fans.
          3. Install the air cleaner assembly.
          4. Install the forward discriminating sensor.
          5. Enable the SIR.
          6. Refill the coolant.
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Jun 03, 2009 | 1998 Cadillac DeVille

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Loose hose


This sounds to me like it may be a hose for some type of vacuum modulator that may be located within the transmission case. Look around the transmission on the underside of the car for any signs of any vacuum lines that may not be attached. It may also attach somewhere along the top of the transmission. Hope this helps.

Mar 12, 2009 | 1995 Mercury Villager

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Vent hose on 97 Tracker transmission


just up and back down
because of environment requirements it could have been connected to a vacuum connection or up to a hose connected to the air filter box so that any fumes from the clutch area would be taken through the engine

Jun 25, 2017 | 1997 Geo Tracker 2 Door

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Transmission


could be air vent hose meant to just be there to vent air without leaking fluid...leave it be

Oct 22, 2008 | 1993 Mazda Protege

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