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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its in the back of the intake.It points straight towards the windshield way.It has a black hose that comes off from it..If your standing in front of the car looking down at the motor at the middle of the motor look straight back and down just after the intake starts to round down you'll see it..
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
It is below the egr valve close to the intake manifold below the intake air sensor, there is a tube running to it from the engine to recirculate exhaust air with fresh air, there is a clamp holding it to the air intake that you need pliers to remove, then you need to turn counter-clockwise 90 degrees to remove, do the reverse to install. to make it easier to access remove the upper intake. The pcv valve is not visible, however, you can identify it by the 3" inch long rubber hose that connects to the steel line running into the bottom of the intake. I have the part and am going to replace it soon, although Ford really makes it difficult to remove it -
pcv valve is located just under the throttle body. remove air cleaner assembly from throttle body and you will see a u shaped hose running horizontally.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
They don't make diagrams for brake lines. The lines are sold in bulk. You need to measure and duplicate the bends in the orignal lines and cut/flare the lines yourself. You will need a tubing cutter, flare tool and tubing bender.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
Whoa, there is a line marked on the fluid reservoir that you do not fill above. Be careful to make sure that you don't get dust/debris inside the reservoir. The owners manual and the reservoir have markings to tell you what type of fluid should be used.
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
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Change engine oil and replace oil filter.
Inspect tires for wear and rotate.
Inspect brake pads/shoes/rotors/drums, brake
lines & hoses, and parking brake system.
Inspect wheel ends for endplay and noise.
Inspect engine cooling system and hoses.
Inspect exhaust system and heat shields.
Inspect steering linkage, ball joints, suspension
and, if equipped, half shafts, driveshaft and
Replace engine air filter.
Replace fuel filter..
Replace cabin air filter, if equipped.
Change automatic transmission fluid on vehicles
equipped with the Torqshift and 4R100
transmissions. Replace the remote filter element
on the vehicles equipped with the Torqshift
transmission. Inspect automatic
transmission/transaxle fluid level on all other
vehicles, if equipped with dipstick. Consult your
dealer for your particular requirements.
Change automatic transaxle fluid and filter on all
vehicles equipped with CVT.
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