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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My name is Dennis and I can assist you to finding your parking brake adjustment location.
1) the adjustment is located so that you have to remove your center console floor finish panel (this is the drink holder).
2) raise your parking brake lever and gently pry the plastic tabs from the center console.
3) Once you can see the park brake lever you will see a nut that is turned to adjust the lever so that it has 5 clicks when it is applied.
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Posted on Nov 16, 2008
IIRC these are a coil over design. meaning the coil is over the plug. the coil should have one 8mm bolt holding it on the lower intake manifold. remove the coild to get to the spark plugs. look by the fuel injectors, coil should be just next to it or very close. coil usually says motorcraft on it and circle in design.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
The power distribution box is
located in the engine compartment.
The power distribution box contains
high-current fuses that protect your
vehicle’s main electrical systems
The starter relay is in position #56 of that box.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
It means that your airbag system is not fully functioning and you need to have the dealer check it out. Whenever the airbag light stays illuminated after starting the vehicle, it means that there might be a problem with the air bag system and a check up is needed ASAP to make sure the system will operate properly in the event of an accident. It could be a faulty sensor, or it could be that a wire or connection is loose, etc., in any case, the dealer will need to check the airbag system to determine what the problem is.
I had a situation where an stereo installer had probed the wires in the airbag system and that caused the system to become non-functional, due to having voltage applied to the airbag wiring where it shouldn't have any voltage. It was an expensive fix, as he'd actually stripped the wires bare and he crossed several. Cost him a bunch to replace the wiring harness on my new vehicle.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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