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1995 ford explorer v6 4x4 starter unbolted but no path to get out with vehicle on the ground drive shaft and difrential is in the way,, what is the the path

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Try jacking the vehicle up and use jack stands to get the jack out of the way. Remove the wheel and the wheel well plastic cover you should be able to take out through the wheel well. Good luck.

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Is there anyway to flat tow my 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT. with no 4 wheel drive?


Hello Poca Buchanan,

WRONG.

Your "rental" FOLKs do NOT know of what they speak.

Your owners manual... Pages 192 & 246 both confirm... that your vehicle can be towed... and the SPECIFIC CIRCUMSTANCES.

Drive wheels can only be towed in EMERGENCIES...
NOT to exceed 35 miles per hour...
Not to exceed 50 miles...!!


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If the drive wheels are off the ground... REGULAR TOWING PRECAUTIONS SHOULD APPLY.

(lets say a rear wheel drive... if the REAR WHEELS are on a carrier... you should be all PEACHES (reverse tow)).


If you cannot limit your distance or speed... and drive wheels are ON-THE GROUND...

Your DRIVE SHAFTS should be removed to protect the transfer case and/or transmission (by an AUTHORIZED FORD TECHNICIAN).


If you require assistance or clarification on Ford Motor Company policies or procedures, please contact the Ford Customer Relationship
Center at 1-800-392-3673 (FORD)

Hope this helps!!


Ford 2007 Explorer Sport Trac Owner Manual Wrecker Towing

Ford 2007 Explorer Sport Trac Owner Manual Page 192

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How do you pull the transmission out of a 2000 ford expedition


Instructions
    • Open the hood to access the battery on the driver's side of the truck. Disconnect the battery with a socket wrench.
    • 2Raise the front of the Explorer with a jack. Place the jack stands under the front crossmember and lower the truck on to the jack stands. This will provide plenty of room to work.
    • 3
    • Disconnect the electrical connectors at the side of the transmission by hand. Ensure all the connectors are disconnected.
    • 4Unbolt the crossmember directly under the tail shaft with a socket wrench. Unbolt the tailshaft from the crossmember to free it from the bottom of the truck. There will be a series of bolts to unscrew to free the crossmember.
    • 5Unscrew the hanger bolts holding the drive shaft in place with a socket wrench. Pull the drive shaft out of the back of the transmission. Let the drive shaft rest on the ground.
    • 6Unbolt the starter at the front of the engine with a socket wrench. Unbolt the wiring from the starter with the ratchet. There will be two wiring harnesses to remove.
    • 7Unscrew the transmission cooler fluid lines with a line wrench. Ensure both lines are disconnected.
    • 8Place the jack under the tailshaft of the transmission. Strap the back of the transmission to the jack. This will help prevent the transmission from falling to the ground.
    • 9Unscrew the nine bolts holding the transmission to the engine. They will be centered around the back of the transmission's bell housing.
    • 10Raise the transmission up with the jack and pull it away from the engine. Slide the transmission out from under the truck. Some assistance may be required because the transmission is heavy

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Removing the drive shaft from a Ford Escape


Most vehicles have a flange plate or u-joint U-bolts that have to be unbolted in back. Then in front of the drive shaft, it usually just slips out on a sliding set of splines.

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How do I change the starter?


first unhook the battery! then unbolt the cables from the back of the starter! be sure to mark them with masking tape, or something you can use to identify what wire goes where! then unbolt the starter bolts from the starter, and remove it! reverse this to put new starter back in!

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How do you remove the front drive shaft in a 1995 jeep grand cherokee limited


Use white paint, chalk or a scribe to mark the relationship of the front U joint to the front diferential pinion yoke. Mark the relationship of the rear U joint flange to the transfer case companion flange. Unbolt the front end of the drive shaft from the pinion yoke and the rear end from the transfer case companion flange and remove the drive shaft from the vehicle.
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How do you take out at transmission for a manual 1995 ford f350?


u have to remove the drive shaft all the wires there are like 8 or 12 bolts make shore you have a transmither=n jack and just unbolt it

Dec 13, 2010 | 1995 Ford F350

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How to take a clutch out of a 1995 ford escort i can not get the tran out


disconnect battery, put cars on jack stands, remove tires, remove axle nut on both axles, unbolt lower ball joint, pry down to remove from knuckle, side strut to remove shafts from trans, unbolt starter, bell housing bolts, clutch slave cylinder,support motor, pull back and turn trans about 8 degrees counterclockwise lower trans, remove pressure plate bolts to remove plate and disc,

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Pulling out the starter motor of ford explorer 1998


Disconnect the battery. Unbolt starter,disconnect wiring. Reinstall wiring and starter. Reconnect battery. You will need a 10mm socket and a 13 mm socket for the bolts and nuts.

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I need torque specs for a 95 ford explorer drive shaft 4.0L 2wheel drive automatic


Hello! Your particular truck has a CV-type drive shaft. The retaining bolts for it require 61 - 87 ft/lb of torque each.


Hope this helps and good luck!

Sep 25, 2009 | 1995 Ford Explorer

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1995 ford explorer


It will come out once the wires are off, I have replaced dozen's of them on the 4.0 in my 20 years as a Ford dealer technician.

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