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Four cylinder: Remove spark plug wire boots (four in a row on top of
the engine). DO NOT PULL ON THE WIRE only the rubber top. Make sure the
wires are numbered, if not, number them. They MUST go back to the same
hole they came out of after the new plugs are installed. Remove
with a 16mm spark plug wrench. Install new plugs (any auto parts store
can tell you what your options are here): Start threading the new plugs by
hand so you don't cross thread the engine head by accident. Then
complete tightening them gently. Spark plugs are supposed to be
tightened to a specific torque: 13ftlbs in this case. If you choose to
not use a torque wrench do not overtighten the plugs. Reinstall boots
6-Cylinder: Remove engine cover, if present. Disconnect the six
connectors on each of the ignition coils. Remove each of the six
ignition coil bolts and then remove the coils by pulling straight up --
arrange them so that you know which goes back where. Remove and install
the six plugs
as described above. Reinstall the ignition coils with their bolts
(torque: 69 in-lbs), then wires. Replace the cover.
For 2000 Lincoln LS 3.9L SFI DOHC
8cyl... Radiator - Removal & Installation
Drain the engine cooling system.
Remove the upper radiator sight shield.
Remove the air cleaner outlet tube.
Remove the six bolts and the two radiator upper support brackets.
Remove the upper radiator hose.
Remove the bolt and position the receiver drier aside.
Disconnect the dual flow coolant valve electrical connector and
the A/C line from the fan shroud.
3.0L engines only:
Disconnect the Throttle Position (TP) sensor and the Idle Air
Control (IAC) valve electrical connectors.
Remove the bolts.
Remove the bracket.
3.9L engines only:
Remove the bolt and position the electric water pump aside.
Disconnect the high pressure cooling fan bracket and line.
Inspect the seal and install a new seal if necessary.
Disconnect the return hose from the cooling fan and shroud.
Separate the return hose from the fan shroud and position aside.
Remove the two bolts and the fan shroud assembly.
Remove the A/C condenser.
Remove the two bolts and position the multi-cooler assembly aside.
Remove the bolts and the condenser support brackets.
Remove the radiator.
Install the following:
Condenser support brackets
Fan shroud assembly
Connect the return hose to the fan shroud
Connect the high pressure cooling fan bracket and line.
3.9L engines only:
Replace the bolt and position the electric water pump aside.
3.0L engines only: Connect the Throttle Position (TP) sensor and the Idle Air Control
(IAC) valve electrical connectors.
Replace the following
The upper radiator sight shield.
The air cleaner outlet tube.
The six bolts and the two radiator upper support brackets.
The upper radiator hose.
The bolt and position the receiver drier aside.
Hope help with this (remember rated and comment this).
It is the cooling fan relay,it will be in the fuse/relay box under the hood,on drivers side,or near the fans,if you remove the correct relay,the cooling fans will turn off.Just replace it with a new one from the parts store.
no the rad is straight up and out: the following is removal of the rad
--access to rad drain **** remove the rad grill
--disconnect electric cooling fan electrical connector, if equipped
--if equipped remove two electric cooling fan mounting bolts. Lift cooling fan straight up until alignment tabs at the bottom are clear of the slots in the bracket at the bottom of rad
--remove the two mechanical (non-electrical) fan shroud mounting bolts, lift shroud straight up until alignment tabs at the bottom are clear of slots in the bracket at the bottom of rad. place shroud over the mechanical fan.
--if equipped disconnect and plug automatic transmission fluid cooler lines, quick connect fitting release tool may be needed. if equipped with a remote transmission cooler, remove the line to cooler from bracket at the bottom of rad.
--disconnect rad upper and lower hoses
--mark the position of the hood latch striker on the rad cross member and remove the striker
--remove the two upper rad upper cross member isolator nuts
--remove the four rad upper cross member bolts and remove the cross member.
--if equipped with air conditioning, separate rad from condenser by removing condenser-to-rad mounting brackets.
--lift the rad straight up and out of the eng compartment.
I hope this helps