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Ford Expedition 2001 crankshaft sensor location and installation


  • Located front of engine, close to crank pulley
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  • Insert the square tip of a 1/2-inch socket wrench into the square hole in the center of the serpentine belt's adjustment pulley. The adjustment pulley is the smallest pulley the belt wraps around.
  • Pull the adjustment pulley toward the engine with the socket wrench to release the tension on the serpentine belt, then pull the belt off the air conditioning compressor's pulley.
  • Remove the bolts which secure the air conditioning compressor to its mounting brackets with an open-end wrench, then position the compressor to the side of the engine compartment. Do not disturb the hoses that attach to the compressor.
  • Pull the electrical connection off the crankshaft sensor.
  • Remove the two bolts that secure the crankshaft sensor against the engine with an open-end wrench, then slide the sensor out of the engine.
  • Slide the new crankshaft sensor into the engine, then install and tighten the sensor's two securing bolts with an open-end wrench.
  • Press the electrical connection onto the crankshaft sensor.
  • Position the air conditioning compressor against its mounting brackets, then install and tighten the compressor's bolts with an open-end wrench.
  • Pull the serpentine belt's adjustment pulley toward the engine with the socket wrench, then position the belt onto the air compressor's pulley. write up found @ehow

How to Replace the Crankshaft Sensor in Ford 150 eHow

Jan 28, 2016 | Ford Expedition Cars & Trucks

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How do I replace a serpentine belt bypassing the air conditioner ... I am not using the air conditioner pulley at all.


Odds are you can't. The ac compressor is mounted in the belt routing so it would need the pulley to keep the belt tight.
You can get a used compressor from a salvage yard and mount it in place of your old part if necessary. It will allow the belt to run even if it has no freon in the system.
There are a few vehicles that a replacement dummy pulley was designed for, but I am not aware of one for your vehicle. Usually if you try to run the belt without the compressor pulley, it will rub against something or not allow the belt to run in the right direction.

Mar 14, 2015 | 2001 Mercury Sable

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Position of cam shaft censor in the ford f150


nstructions
    • 1

      Insert the square tip of a 1/2-inch socket wrench into the square hole in the center of the serpentine belt's adjustment pulley. The adjustment pulley is the smallest pulley the belt wraps around.

    • 2

      Pull the adjustment pulley toward the engine with the socket wrench to release the tension on the serpentine belt, then pull the belt off the air conditioningicon1.png compressor's pulley.

    • 3

      Remove the bolts which secure the air conditioning compressor to its mounting brackets with an open-end wrench, then position the compressor to the side of the engine compartment. Do not disturb the hoses that attach to the compressor.

    • 4

      Pull the electrical connection off the crankshaft sensor.

    • 5

      Remove the two bolts that secure the crankshaft sensor against the engine with an open-end wrench, then slide the sensor out of the engine.

    • 6

      Slide the new crankshaft sensor into the engine, then install and tighten the sensor's two securing bolts with an open-end wrench.

    • 7

      Press the electrical connection onto the crankshaft sensor.

    • 8

      Position the air conditioning compressor against its mounting brackets, then install and tighten the compressor's bolts with an open-end wrench.

    • 9

      Pull the serpentine belt's adjustment pulley toward the engine with the socket wrench, then position the belt onto the air compressor's pulley.



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Dec 09, 2012 | 1998 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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Need to replace water pump on a 2000 Dodge Durango. Would like any details on how to to it.


3.9L, 4.7L, 5.2L, 5.9L, 8.0L Gasoline Engines
  1. Carry out the "Common Steps" above.
  2. Remove the upper radiator hose.
  3. Remove the fan and shroud assembly.
  4. On engines except 4.7L, remove the four water pump pulley bolts and remove the pulley.
  5. Remove the heater hose pipe mounting bolt, if fitted.
  6. On engines except 4.7L, loosen the bypass hose clamp at the water pump.
  7. Remove the seven water pump mounting bolts and, on the 4.7L, one nut.
WARNING Bolts may be of different lengths. Be sure to note their locations.
To install:
  1. Reverse the removal procedure.
  2. The 8.0L engine uses an O-ring to seal. Use a new one and lubricate it with petroleum jelly before installation of the pump. Also, use sealant on the threads of the heater hose pipe, position the pipe as shown before installing the pump and tighten the nut to 12 ft. lbs. (16 Nm).
  3. On pushrod engines, connect the bypass hose to the pump while installing it.
  4. Tighten the bolts to 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm) on pushrod engines, 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm) on the 4.7L engine.
  5. Spin pump to ensure the impeller is not rubbing against the timing chain case.
  6. When installing the heater hose pipe, ensure that the slot in the pipe bracket is bearing against the mounting bolt. This will hold the pipe in as far as possible to prevent leaks.
  7. Tighten pulley bolts to 20 ft. lbs. (27 Nm) on V-6 and V-8, 16 ft. lbs. (22 Nm) on the V-10.

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Fig. Water pump bolts differ in length; note check location before installation-3.9L, 5.2L, and 5.9L gasoline engine shown

Hope helps (remember to rate this answer).

Dec 30, 2010 | 2000 Dodge Durango

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Need to replace the water pump . Looking for direction


  1. Drain the cooling system.
  2. Remove the accessory drive belt.
  3. Remove the lower radiator hose.
  4. Disconnect the heater hose from the pump, if fitted.
  5. Always use a new gasket when installing the water pump. Clean mating surfaces thoroughly before installation.
  6. Check the accessory belt routing against the plate in the engine compartment before starting engine.
  7. Allow the engine to reach operating temperature and check for leaks.
  8. 3.9L, 4.7L, 5.2L, 5.9L, 8.0L Gasoline Engines Remove the upper radiator hose. Remove the fan and shroud assembly. On engines except 4.7L, remove the four water pump pulley bolts and remove the pulley. Remove the heater hose pipe mounting bolt, if fitted. On engines except 4.7L, loosen the bypass hose clamp at the water pump. Remove the seven water pump mounting bolts and, on the 4.7L, one nut.To install: Reverse the removal procedure.

Dec 21, 2010 | 1998 Dodge Durango

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Water pump going out how do i replace it


  • Removal of the Fan Shroud and Drive Belts
    • 1 Drain the cooling system. Place a waste oil collection pan underneath the petcock valve on the lower corner of the radiator. Open the petcock valve to drain the system.
    • 2 Remove the bolts that connect the fan shroud to the radiator core and remove the fan shroud.
    • 3 Loosen the alternator adjustment bolt and slide the alternator toward the engine. Remove the drive belt.
    • 4 Loosen the adjustment bolt for the air conditioning compressor, and slide the compressor toward the engine. Remove the drive belt.
    • 5 Loosen the adjustment bolt on the power steering pump and slide the pump toward the engine. Remove the drive belt.
  • Removal of the Water Pump
    • 1 Disconnect the bypass hose from the water pump by loosening the hose clamp and pulling the hose off the fitting.
    • 2 Remove the bolts that connect the water pump to the engine block, and remove the water pump and engine fan as an assembly.
    • 3 Remove the four retaining nuts that connect the fan assembly to the water pump. They will be located between the fluid coupling and the water pump pulley.
  • Installation of the Water Pump
    • 1 Attach the fan assembly to the new water pump by sliding the pulley then the fluid coupling onto the water pump and reinstalling the retaining nuts.
    • 2 Clean any old gasket material off the water pump mounting surface on the engine block.
    • 3 Place the new water pump gasket on the water pump mounting surface.
    • 4 Slide the new water pump into position and reinstall the mounting bolts.
    • 5 Reconnect the bypass hose by sliding the hose over the fitting and tightening the hose clamp.
  • Reinstalling the Drive Belts and Fan Shroud
    • 1 Reinstall the the drive belts for the power steering pump, air conditioning compressor and alternator. Tighten the adjusting bolts.
    • 2 Measure the deflection of each belt to make sure the belts are properly tightened. Measure deflection by placing a straight edge along the belt against the accessory pulley and the water pump pulley. Push down on the belt and measure the distance between the belt at the midpoint and the straight edge. It should be between 1/2 and 1/4 inch. Any more and the belt needs to be tightened. Loosen the adjustment and slide the accessory away from the engine to tighten.
    • 3 Drop the fan shroud into position and reinstall the bolts that secure it to the radiator.
    • 4 Close the petcock valve on the radiator and fill the cooling system with fresh coolant.
    • 5 Run the engine and visually inspect for leaks.



  • Dec 15, 2010 | 1992 Toyota Celica

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    Can someone help me? am traying to change tha wather pump but want some instructions like what to do first,where the pump is located, and so... thanks!!


    5.2L and 5.9L Engines
    See Figure 6
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Open the radiator valve and drain the cooling system.
    3. Remove the cooling fan and shroud as an assembly.
    4. Remove the accessory drive belt.
    5. Remove the water pump pulley from the hub.
    6. Disconnect the hoses from the water pump.
    7. Loosen the heater hose coolant return tube mounting bolt and nut and remove the tube. Discard the O-ring.

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    Fig. Fig. 6: Water pump mounting bolt locations
    1. Remove the water pump mounting bolts.
    2. Loosen the clamp at the water pump end of the bypass hose. Slip the bypass hose from the water pump while removing the pump from the engine. Discard the gasket.

    To install:
    1. Clean all gasket mating surfaces.
    2. Guide the water pump and new gasket into position while connecting the bypass hose to the pump. Tighten the water pump bolts to 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm).
    3. Install the bypass hose clamp.
    4. Spin the water pump to ensure the pump impeller does not rub against the timing chain cover.
    5. Coat a new O-ring with coolant and install it to the heater hose coolant return tube.
    6. Install the coolant return tube to the engine. Ensure the slot in the tube bracket is bottomed to the mounting bolt. This will properly position the return tube.
    7. Connect the radiator hose to the water pump.
    8. Connect the heater hose and clamp to the return tube.
    9. Install the water pump pulley and tighten the bolts to 20 ft. lbs. (27 Nm).
    10. Install the accessory drive belt.
    11. Install the cooling fan and shroud.
    12. Fill the cooling system.
    13. Connect the negative battery cable.
    14. Start the engine and check for leaks.


    Hope helps.

    Aug 19, 2010 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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    1997 Dakota v8 water pump replacement steps


    Hope this helps!

    Common Steps
    1. Disconnect the battery negative cable(s).
    2. Drain the cooling system.
    3. Remove the accessory drive belt.
    4. Remove the lower radiator hose (except Diesel).
    5. Disconnect the heater hose from the pump, if fitted.

    WARNING Most cooling system hoses use "constant tension" hose clamps. When removing or installing, use a tool designed for servicing this type of clamp. The clamps are stamped with a letter or number on the tongue. If replacement is necessary, use only an OEM clamp with a matching ID.



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    Heater hose pipe O-ring (arrow): twist gently when removing or installing; check condition; lubricate with coolant before installing

    CAUTION Always wear safety glasses when servicing contact tension clamps.


    1. Always use a new gasket when installing the water pump. Clean mating surfaces thoroughly before installation.
    2. This would be a good time to replace radiator hoses. At least, inspect them carefully for aging or other damage.
    3. If the heater hose pipe was removed, use thread sealant or equivalent on the pipe threads (if threaded), or lubricate any O-rings with coolant before installing.
    4. Check the accessory belt routing against the plate in the engine compartment before starting engine.
    5. Allow the engine to reach operating temperature and check for leaks.

    3.9L, 4.7L, 5.2L, 5.9L, 8.0L Gasoline Engines
    1. Carry out the "Common Steps" above.
    2. Remove the upper radiator hose.
    3. Remove the fan and shroud assembly.
    4. On engines except 4.7L, remove the four water pump pulley bolts and remove the pulley.
    5. Remove the heater hose pipe mounting bolt, if fitted.
    6. On engines except 4.7L, loosen the bypass hose clamp at the water pump.
    7. Remove the seven water pump mounting bolts and, on the 4.7L, one nut.

    WARNING Bolts may be of different lengths. Be sure to note their locations.


    To install:
    1. Reverse the removal procedure.
    2. The 8.0L engine uses an O-ring to seal. Use a new one and lubricate it with petroleum jelly before installation of the pump. Also, use sealant on the threads of the heater hose pipe, position the pipe as shown before installing the pump and tighten the nut to 12 ft. lbs. (16 Nm).
    3. On pushrod engines, connect the bypass hose to the pump while installing it.
    4. Tighten the bolts to 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm) on pushrod engines, 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm) on the 4.7L engine.
    5. Spin pump to ensure the impeller is not rubbing against the timing chain case.
    6. When installing the heater hose pipe, ensure that the slot in the pipe bracket is bearing against the mounting bolt. This will hold the pipe in as far as possible to prevent leaks.
    7. Tighten pulley bolts to 20 ft. lbs. (27 Nm) on V-6 and V-8, 16 ft. lbs. (22 Nm) on the V-10.

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    Water pump mounting hardware—4.7L


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    Use a prybar to keep the water pump from rotating while pulley bolts are removed


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    Bypass hose clamp (arrow) must be tended to before removing the pump


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    Water pump bolts differ in length; note check location before installation—3.9L, 5.2L, and 5.9L gasoline engine shown


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    After removing the bolts, pull off the pump and place it in a safe location

    Apr 18, 2010 | 1997 Dodge Dakota

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    I believe the bearing on my waterpump is bad. while driving the fan began rubbing the shroud and eventually wedged against the waterpump pulley. before removing the radiator,shroud and hoses i checked...


    You can't remove the fan and pump together. The pulley will be i nthe way. You must remove the fan and clutch, then the pulley then you will have access to the water pump bolts as well as the other components which must be removed to get the pump off.

    Feb 22, 2010 | 1999 Ford Ranger SuperCab

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