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When the kickstarter ratchet retaining nut is installad the gearbox tightens up and will not turn

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Are you perhaps missing a washer or spacer behind the kick start ot have fitted a washer or spacer that should not be there?

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How do you remove the starter on a 03 Harley Davidson Dyna Low Rider?


Instructions
  1. Removal
    • 1 Remove the seat retainer screw from the seat mounting bracket using a ratchet and Allen driver. Lift the rear of the seat up and slide the seat toward the rear of the bike to disengage the seat from the frame and remove it from the bike.
    • 2 Don a face shield and rubber gloves.
    • 3 Remove the battery cover retaining screw from the bottom of the battery cover using a ratchet and Allen driver. Tilt the top of the battery cover out and lift the cover to disengage it from the battery tray.
    • 4 Remove the negative battery cable from the battery using a 10 mm wrench.
    • 5 Remove the positive battery cable from the battery using a 10 mm wrench.
    • 6 Unhook and remove the battery strap. Remove the battery from the tray. Remove face shield and rubber gloves.
    • 7 Remove the two top battery tray screws from the frame above the battery tray and the bottom battery tray screw from the inside of the battery tray using a ratchet and Allen driver.
    • 8 Remove the battery tray from the bike while guiding the battery cables through the holes in the battery tray.
    • 9 Remove the starter end-cover nut, using a ratchet and socket, and pull the end-cover off the starter.
    • 10 Pull back the protective rubber boot off the positive cable terminal. Using a wrench, remove the positive cable nut and then lift the ring terminal off the starter terminal stud. Unplug the solenoid electrical connector from the solenoid.
    • 11 Remove the two starter retaining bolts from the starter using a ratchet and Allen driver. Pull the starter off the bike. Remove and discard the starter housing O-ring.
    Installation
    • 12 Inspect the two split-ring bushings in the inner primary case where the starter mounts for slack or looseness. Remove the split-ring bushings and spread them to provide a slight interference fit in the primary housing. Push the split-ring bearings back into position.
    • 13 Install a new starter housing O-ring on the starter assembly. Install the starter assembly on the bike.
    • 14 Apply one drop of Loctite Threadlocker 243 to the treads of the starter retaining bolts. Install the starter retaining bolts and washers and tighten them to 24 to 27 foot-pounds using a foot-pound torque wrench and Allen driver.
    • 15 Install the positive cable ring terminal and nut on the starter terminal stud. Tighten the nut to 65 to 85 inch-pounds using an inch-pound torque wrench and socket. Push the protective boot securely over the positive cable terminal. Plug the solenoid electrical connector into the solenoid.
    • 16 Position the starter end-cover on the starter and install the nut, using a ratchet and socket.
    • 17 Place the battery tray in position while guiding the battery cables through the holes in the tray.
    • 18 Install the upper and lower battery tray screws and washers. Tighten the screws to 96 to 120 inch-pounds, using an inch-pound torque wrench and Allen driver.
    • 19 Guide the battery cables into the recesses at the upper corners of the battery tray.
    • 20 Don face shield and rubber gloves.
    • 21 Place the battery in the battery tray with the terminals facing out. Snap the battery strap in position.
    • 22 Install the positive battery cable and cable bolt. Tighten the bolt to 60 to 70 inch-pounds using an inch-pound torque wrench and socket.
    • 23 Install the negative battery cable and cable bolt. Tighten the bolt to 60 to 70 inch-pounds, using an inch-pound torque wrench and socket.
    • 24 Remove the face shield and rubber gloves.
    • 25 Apply a light coat of corrosion retardant grease or petroleum jelly to the terminals.
    • 26 Install the battery cover and screw. Tighten the screw securely using a ratchet and Allen driver.
    • 27 Place the seat on the bike. Lift the rear of the seat and slide it forward to engage the seat tab in the frame slot. Lower the rear of the seat and install the seat retainer screw through the seat mounting bracket. Tighten the seat retainer screw securely using a ratchet and Allen driver. Lift up on the seat to make certain that it is mounted securely on the bike.

Jul 08, 2012 | 2003 Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider

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How to replace oil pan


5.2 liter V8 engine?

Remove the four front skid-plate bolts holding the front skid plate, using a ratchet and socket. Remove the skid plate.

Pull the plastic splash shield away from the vehicle, loosening the retaining clips. Remove the splash shield.


  • Place an oil drain container under the oil pan. Loosen the drain fitting with a wrench until oil drains from the pan. When oil is done draining, tighten the drain fitting.

  • Disconnect the electrical connections running to the starter motor. Remove the starter motor mounting bolts with a ratchet and socket, then remove the starter motor.
  • Remove the oxygen sensor socket from the exhaust pipe, using a wrench.
  • Remove the exhaust manifold bolts where the exhaust meets the manifold on both sides, using a ratchet and socket
  • Place an jack under the transmission to support it. Remove the pressure on the transmission crossmember.

  • Remove the bolts that hold the transmission crossmember in place, using a ratchet and socket. Then remove the crossmember. Place a jack stand under the transmission to keep the transmission from falling off the jack if hit. Once removed, the exhaust will hang down, allowing enough room to remove the oil pan.
  • Disconnect the oil level sensor and the nut retaining the transmission cooling lines, using a wrench.
  • Remove the oil pan bolts with a ratchet and socket, then remove the oil pan and gasket.
  • Clean the mounting surfaces of the new oil pan and engine block. Make sure what ever you use to clean the surfaces dosn't gouge the metal.
  • Place a coat of RTV (gasket) sealer on the engine block where the pan will meet the rear main cap.
  • Place the new gasket on the pan and push the new oil pan into place. Finger tighten the oil pan mounting bolts to hold it in place. Tighten the bolts with a torque wrench to 18 ft-lbs. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE BOLTS! Doing so will cause the gasket to deform and create leaks!

  • Connect the oil level sensor and the nut retaining the transmission cooling lines, using a wrench.
  • Place the exhaust back into position and replace the transmission crossmember bolts and crossmember with a ratchet and socket.
  • Remove the jack supporting the transmission.
  • Connect the exhaust back to both sides of the manifold, tightening the bolts with a torque wrench to 20 ft-lbs.
  • Attach the oxygen sensor socket to the exhaust pipe with a wrench.

  • Replace the starter motor by installing the starter motor mounting bolts with a ratchet and socket. Connect the electrical connections to the starter motor that were disconnected during removal.
  • Push the retaining clips on the plastic splash shield into the appropriate retaining clip holes.
  • Replace the front skid plate by replacing the four front skid plate bolts with a ratchet and socket.
  • Fill the engine with 5 quarts of oil. Make sure to check the level on the dipstick to find the exact level when filling.


  • Jun 28, 2012 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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    Removed gas tank guard now won't start


    Overtime, Jeep Grand Cherokee fuel tanks develop rust and accumulate sediment. This is especially true if the tank sits empty for a period of time. Rust and sediment can break loose and cause clogged filters. When the filter is clogged, the engine does not receive the amount of fuel required to operate. The fuel tank can be cleaned out; however, replacing the tank is easier.
  • 1 Apply the parking brake.

  • 2 Remove the gas cap.
  • 3 Remove the fuel pump relay from the power distribution center under the hood. Look at the underside of the power distribution cover, and locate the fuel pump relay.

  • 4 Attempt to start the engine, cranking the engine for several seconds.
  • 5 Turn the ignition to "Off." Install the fuel pump relay.
  • 6 Disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
  • 7 Lift the fuel tank into position, using the jack.

    8 Attach the fuel filler hose and vapor return hose to the fuel tank.Tighten the clamps with a Phillips screwdriver.

  • 9 Pivot the fuel tank retaining straps into position. Tighten the fuel tank retaining strap nuts with a socket and ratchet. Lower the jack.

  • 10 Connect the fuel pump electrical connector, the fuel filter line and the fuel return line. Push the fuel line retainer into the chassis.
  • 11 Raise the heat shield. Install the mounting bolts. Tighten the mounting bolts with a socket and ratchet.
  • 12 Install the tow hooks or trailer hitch, if equipped.
  • 13 Lift the skid plate into position with the jack. Tighten the skid plate mounting bolts with a socket and ratchet.
  • 14 Attach the electrical service connector to the bumper with a socket and ratchet.
  • 15 Raise the jack and remove the jack stands. Slowly, lower the vehicle.
  • 16 Pour the fuel into the gas tank. Connect the negative battery cable.
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    Jun 02, 2012 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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    How to change rear ball joints on 2002 dodge stratus


    Instructions
    1. Remove the Upper Control Arm
      • 1Disconnect the ground battery cable using a wrench.
      • Loosen the front wheel lugs located on the same side of the upper ball joint you need to replace. Use a lug wrench.
      • Raise that same front wheel off the ground using a floor jack and support the vehicle on a jack stand.
      • Finish removing the tire.
      • Take the cotter pin off the upper ball joint stud holding the steering knuckle arm. Use a pair of nose pliers.
      • Remove the castle nut from the upper ball joint stud using a wrench or ratchet, ratchet extension and deep socket.
      • Loosen the two bolts securing the back of the upper control arm to the mounting bracket. Use a wrench to hold the bolt head as you loosen the retaining nut with a ratchet and socket.
      • Pull the control-arm ball joint off the steering knuckle arm. You may need to use a Pitman arm puller to free the ball joint.
      • Finish removing the two bolts from the back of the upper control arm and lift the upper control arm off the vehicle.
      Install the New Upper Control Arm
      • Set the new upper control arm in place and install the two bolts and retaining nuts to secure the back of the upper control arm to the mounting bracket. Remember the bolt heads should point inward toward the shock absorber with the retaining nuts on the outside of the mounting bracket. Do not tighten the bolts yet.
      • 11Insert the control-arm ball joint on the steering knuckle arm and start the castle nut with your hand over the ball joint stud. Do not tighten the nut yet.
      • Tighten the two bolts on the mounting bracket to 67-foot lbs. (91 Nm) using a torque wrench. Hold the bolts with a backup wrench as you tighten the retaining nuts with the torque wrench.
      • Tighten the ball-joint castle nut to 45-foot lbs. (61 Nm) using the torque wrench, ratchet extension and deep socket.
      • Install a new cotter pin through the joint-ball stud hole using the nose pliers. If necessary, tighten the castle nut just a few degrees to clear the stud hole through one of the castle nut slots.
      • Mount the tire on the wheel assembly and install the wheel lugs using the lug wrench.
      • Lower the vehicle and finish tightening the wheel lugs.

    May 31, 2012 | Dodge Stratus Cars & Trucks

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    How to change the struts on toyota previa 1994


    . Place a set of wheel chocks behind the rear wheels of the Previa. Lift the front of the automobile on the side that you are starting with. Place a jack stand under the Previa and raise it to the frame of the vehicle. Remove the wheel using the lug wrench to loosen the lug nuts.
    2Remove the brake caliper by loosening the retaining pins with a socket and ratchet. Secure the caliper out of the way using a wire tie. Do not allow it to hang by the hose. Remove the brake rotor from the wheel. Disconnect the ABS sensor from the strut if the Previa has anti-lock brakes.
    Sponsored Links
    Bridgestone PromotionGet Either A Reward Card Or Kindle When You Buy 4 Select Ecopia Tires.BridgestoneTire.com/Promo3Remove the nut securing the brake hose bracket to the strut with a wrench. Disconnect the stabilizer bar link using a wrench. Loosen the two lower bolts on the strut assembly with a socket and ratchet but do not remove them. Remove the cotter pin from the tie-rod end using the pliers.
    4Remove the castellated nut with a wrench. Separate the tie-rod end from the wheel knuckle. Remove the top three bolts from the strut using a socket and ratchet. Access the bolts from inside the engine compartment on the wheel well. Remove the bottom bolts and take the strut from under the Previa.
    5Place the spring compressor on the coil spring and tighten it enough that the pressure is taken off the spring seats. Remove the center nut from the strut shaft using a wrench. Remove the coil spring cap, coil spring and spring seats from the strut. Put the coil spring on the new strut along with the spring seats and cap.
    6Install the center nut and tighten it with a wrench. Place the strut on the Previa and loosely install the two bottom bolts. Connect the top three bolts and tighten them with a socket and ratchet. Tighten the bottom bolts with a socket and ratchet. Connect the tie rod to the wheel knuckle. Install the castellated nut and tighten it with a socket and ratchet.
    7Insert a new cotter pin in the tie-rod end and spread it open with the pliers. Connect the stabilizing bar link. Tighten the bolt with a wrench. Connect the brake hose bracket to the strut and tighten the nut with a wrench. Connect the ABS sensor if the Previa has antilock brakes.
    8Put the brake rotor on the wheel assembly. Cut the wire tie securing the caliper using the pliers. Place the caliper in the mounting cradle and tighten the locking pins with a socket and ratchet. Install the wheel on the Previa. Tighten the lug nuts with a lug wrench. Remove the jack stand from under the Previa. Lower the vehicle to the ground.

    Apr 28, 2012 | 1994 Toyota Previa

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    Remove td 4 feul filter


    • Park your Land Rover on level ground and remove the fuel pump fuse from the fuse box underneath the dashboard. Start the engine, let it stall and turn off the ignition switch.

    • 2

      Jack up both rear wheels off the ground with a floor jack, if you need extra space to work under the vehicle. Support the vehicle with two safety stands.

    • 3

      Work on either one of the fuel lines connected to the filter by holding the molded nut at the end of the filter with a backup wrench and unfasten the line retaining nut with a flare wrench. Use a shop rag to absorb any residual fuel in the line. Disconnect the line on the other end of the filter using the same procedure.

    • 4

      Unfasten the bolt on the filter mounting bracket with a ratchet, short ratchet extension and socket. Note in which direction the arrow on the filter's body points to and remove the fuel filter from the vehicle.

    • 5

      Remove the O-rings from the fittings of the two disconnected lines. Coat two new O-rings with clean engine oil and install one on each of the line fittings.

    Installing the New Fuel Filter
    • 1

      Position the new fuel filter into the mounting bracket with the arrow pointing in the same direction as the arrow on the old filter was pointing and tighten the bracket bolt with the ratchet and socket.

    • 2

      Connect the fuel lines to the filter fittings by hand first to avoid stripping the fitting threads. Hold the filter molded nut with the backup wrench and tighten the line retaining nut with the flare wrench.

    • 3

      Lower your Land Rover with the floor jack, if you had to raise it.

    • 4

      Replace the fuel pump fuse in the fuse box and turn the ignition switch on to pressurize the fuel system.

    • 5

      Check the two lines connected to the fuel filter for leaks and turn off the ignition switch.
      Things You'll Need

      • Floor jack
      • 2 safety stands
      • Wrench
      • Flare wrench
      • Shop rag
      • Ratchet
      • Short ratchet extension
      • Socket
      • 2 new O-rings
      • Clean engine oil

    Jan 11, 2012 | 2003 Land Rover Freelander

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    How to remove starter from 2008 dyna lox rider . I have already un bolted it and removed wires but it is loose but will not come out yet .


    Instructions
    1. Removal
      • 1 Remove the seat retainer screw from the seat mounting bracket using a ratchet and Allen driver. Lift the rear of the seat up and slide the seat toward the rear of the bike to disengage the seat from the frame and remove it from the bike.
      • 2 Don a face shield and rubber gloves.
      • 3 Remove the battery cover retaining screw from the bottom of the battery cover using a ratchet and Allen driver. Tilt the top of the battery cover out and lift the cover to disengage it from the battery tray.
      • 4 Remove the negative battery cable from the battery using a 10 mm wrench.
      • 5 Remove the positive battery cable from the battery using a 10 mm wrench.
      • 6 Unhook and remove the battery strap. Remove the battery from the tray. Remove face shield and rubber gloves.
      • 7 Remove the two top battery tray screws from the frame above the battery tray and the bottom battery tray screw from the inside of the battery tray using a ratchet and Allen driver.
      • 8 Remove the battery tray from the bike while guiding the battery cables through the holes in the battery tray.
      • 9 Remove the starter end-cover nut, using a ratchet and socket, and pull the end-cover off the starter.
      • 10 Pull back the protective rubber boot off the positive cable terminal. Using a wrench, remove the positive cable nut and then lift the ring terminal off the starter terminal stud. Unplug the solenoid electrical connector from the solenoid.
      • 11 Remove the two starter retaining bolts from the starter using a ratchet and Allen driver. Pull the starter off the bike. Remove and discard the starter housing O-ring.
      Installation
      • 12 Inspect the two split-ring bushings in the inner primary case where the starter mounts for slack or looseness. Remove the split-ring bushings and spread them to provide a slight interference fit in the primary housing. Push the split-ring bearings back into position.
      • 13 Install a new starter housing O-ring on the starter assembly. Install the starter assembly on the bike.
      • 14 Apply one drop of Loctite Threadlocker 243 to the treads of the starter retaining bolts. Install the starter retaining bolts and washers and tighten them to 24 to 27 foot-pounds using a foot-pound torque wrench and Allen driver.
      • 15 Install the positive cable ring terminal and nut on the starter terminal stud. Tighten the nut to 65 to 85 inch-pounds using an inch-pound torque wrench and socket. Push the protective boot securely over the positive cable terminal. Plug the solenoid electrical connector into the solenoid.
      • 16 Position the starter end-cover on the starter and install the nut, using a ratchet and socket.
      • 17 Place the battery tray in position while guiding the battery cables through the holes in the tray.
      • 18 Install the upper and lower battery tray screws and washers. Tighten the screws to 96 to 120 inch-pounds, using an inch-pound torque wrench and Allen driver.
      • 19 Guide the battery cables into the recesses at the upper corners of the battery tray.
      • 20 Don face shield and rubber gloves.
      • 21 Place the battery in the battery tray with the terminals facing out. Snap the battery strap in position.
      • 22 Install the positive battery cable and cable bolt. Tighten the bolt to 60 to 70 inch-pounds using an inch-pound torque wrench and socket.
      • 23 Install the negative battery cable and cable bolt. Tighten the bolt to 60 to 70 inch-pounds, using an inch-pound torque wrench and socket.
      • 24 Remove the face shield and rubber gloves.
      • 25 Apply a light coat of corrosion retardant grease or petroleum jelly to the terminals.
      • 26 Install the battery cover and screw. Tighten the screw securely using a ratchet and Allen driver.
      • 27 Place the seat on the bike. Lift the rear of the seat and slide it forward to engage the seat tab in the frame slot. Lower the rear of the seat and install the seat retainer screw through the seat mounting bracket. Tighten the seat retainer screw securely using a ratchet and Allen driver. Lift up on the seat to make certain that it is mounted securely on the bike.

    Nov 18, 2011 | 2008 Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider

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    How to replace the power steering pump on a 2001 Pontiac Aztec


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    here's the procedure on how to replace water pump of your car

  • 1 Turn the belt tensioner pulley counterclockwise on the 3.4L modeal. Use a breaker bar and a socket to rotate the center bolt on the tensioner pulley. If you have a 3.5L engine model, turn the pulley clockwise.

  • 2 Slide the drive belt off the steering pump pulley.
  • 3 Detach the black ground cable from the battery using a wrench.
  • 4 Position a drain pan under the car in the direction of the steering pump hoses.
  • 5 Move any wire brackets near the steering pump out of the way using a wrench or ratchet and socket, if necessary.
  • 6 Disconnect the return hose from the power steering pump by loosening the clamp at the steering pump using a ratchet and socket. Then pull the hose off the pump and let the steering fluid drain into the pan.
  • 7 Detach the pressure hose from the steering pump by unscrewing the retaining nut at the pump using a tube wrench. Let the steering fluid drain on the pan.
  • 8 Unscrew the steering-pump mounting bolts using a ratchet, ratchet extension and socket.
  • 9 Lift the power steering pump off the engine compartment.
  • Install the New Steering Pump
  • 1 Position the new steering pump in place and start the mounting bolts by hand. Then tighten the bolts using the ratchet, ratchet extension and socket.
  • 2 Attach the pressure hose to the steering pump by starting the retaining nut by hand. Then tighten the nut using the tube wrench.
  • 3 Connect the return hose to the steering pump. Then tighten the clamp using the ratchet and socket.
  • 4 Reinstall any wire brackets you had to remove using a wrench or ratchet and socket.
  • 5 Connect the black ground cable to the battery using a wrench.
  • 6 Install the drive belt by turning the tensioner pulley counterclockwise using the breaker bar and socket. Then slide the belt over the steering pump pulley. If you have the Aztek 3.5L engine, turn the tensioner pulley clockwise.
  • 7 Reinstall any wire brackets you had to remove form near the steering pump using the wrench or ratchet and socket.
  • 8 Connect the black, ground cable to the battery using a wrench.
  • Bleed the Power Steering System
  • 1 Refill the steering fluid reservoir with new steering fluid. Make sure the level reaches the Full Cold mark on the reservoir.
  • 2 Raise the front of the vehicle using a floor jack until the front tires are off the ground. Then support the car on 2 jack stands.
  • 3 Turn the ignition key to the On position but do not start the engine.
  • 4 Turn the steering wheel fully from left to right 15 times.
  • 5 Check the fluid level in the steering reservoir and add if necessary.
  • 6 Lower the vehicle and start the engine. Turn the steering wheel and listen for steering noises. If you hear noises while turning the steering wheel, repeat steps 2 through 5 of the bleeding procedure to get rid of the air in the steering system. Turn off the engine.

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    Dec 06, 2010 | 2001 Pontiac Aztek

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    Excessive play in steering wheel. What could be


    What year is your vehicle? If it is older and is equipped with a gearbox instead of rack and pinion you need to take the slack out of the gearbox. There is an adjustment nut on top of the gearbox. You will need a ratchet with a long extension and a socket, I think its 17mm. You will see the nut with a slotted post in the middle. Loosen the nut then use a long screwdriver to tighten the screw about 1/4 of an inch. Dont tighten it too much you can cause the steering to bind if you do and ruin your gearbox. Just tighten it enough to take the salck out,. I had to do this on my 95 bronco.

    Apr 07, 2010 | 2000 Ford Expedition

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    I need step by step instructions to replace front struts.


    1.Turn ignition to OFF position to place steering column in unlocked position.
    2.Remove hub nut
    3.Loosen, but do not remove, three top mount-to-shock tower
    4.Raise vehicle on a hoist.
    5.Remove tire and wheel assembly
    6.Move brake caliper and wire out of the way
    7.Remove brake rotor
    8.Remove cotter pin from tie rod end stud and remove slotted nut.
    Discard cotter pin and nut
    9.remove tie rod from knuckle
    10.Remove stabilizer bar link nut, and remove link from strut
    11.Remove and discard lower arm-to-steering knuckle pinch bolt and nut. (A drift punch may be used to remove bolt.) Using a screwdriver, slightly spread knuckle-to-lower arm pinch joint and remove lower arm from steering knuckle.
    12.Press halfshaft from hub
    13.Remove shock absorber strut-to-steering knuckle pinch bolt. Using a large screwdriver, slightly spread knuckle-to-strut pinch joint, if required, for removal
    14.Remove steering knuckle and hub assembly from shock absorber strut
    15.Remove three top mount-to-shock tower nuts and remove strut and spring assembly from vehicle
    16.Compress spring with Spring Compressor
    17.Place 10mm box-end wrench on top of shock strut shaft and hold while removing top shaft retaining nut with a 21mm 6-point crow foot wrench and ratchet
    18.Loosen Spring Compressor , then remove top mount bracket assembly, bearing plate assembly and spring.
    INSTALLATION
    1.Place a 10mm box-end wrench on top of shock strut shaft and hold while tightening top shaft retaining nut with a 21mm 6-point crow foot wrench and ratchet to 53-72 Nm (40-53 lb-ft).
    2.Install strut and spring assembly and three top mount-to-shock tower nuts
    3.Install steering knuckle and hub assembly to shock absorber strut.
    4.Install a new shock absorber strut-to-steering knuckle pinch bolt. Tighten to 98-132 Nm (73-97 lb-ft).
    5.Install halfshaft into hub
    6.Install lower arm to steering knuckle ensuring that ball stud groove is properly positioned and boot seal is not damaged. Install a new pinch bolt and nut. Tighten to 53-72 Nm (40-53 lb-ft).
    7.Install stabilizer bar link to strut and install a new stabilizer bar link nut. Tighten to 77-103 Nm (57-75 lb-ft).
    8.Install tie rod end onto knuckle.
    9.Install a new tie rod end slotted nut. Tighten to 31-47Nm (23-34 lb-ft).
    10.Install a new slotted nut retaining cotter pin.
    11.Install brake rotor
    12.Install brake caliper
    13.Install tire and wheel assembly
    14.Tighten three top mount-to-shock tower nuts to 30-40Nm (23-29 lb-ft).
    15.Lower vehicle and tighten hub nut to 230-275 Nm (170-202 lb-ft)
    16.Depress brake pedal several times prior to moving vehicle.

    Hope this helps. Good luck !

    Mar 14, 2009 | 1992 Ford Taurus

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