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Removal 1. Disconnect the car's negative battery cable. 2. Raise the car's front end with its floor jack and support it on axle stands; make sure you set the parking brake first. 3. Disconnect the air cleaner's outlet tube from the throttle body if your model has an SPI engine; loosen the hose clamp with pliers. 4. Unbolt and disconnect the power-steering pump using your wrench and set the pump aside. Do not disconnect or stretch the pump's lines. This should only be needed if your Focus has a 2.3 liter engine. 5. Unscrew the starter motor's mounting bolts using the wrench and then pull the motor off the dowel sticks on the transmission housing; you might need to angle the motor to remove it. Unscrew the nuts and disconnect the motor's wiring.
Installation 1. Connect the wiring and nuts to the replacement starter motor and slide it onto the dowel sticks, then tighten the mounting bolts with the wrench. 2. Reconnect all components that were disconnected--bolt the power-steering pump in place and connect the air cleaner outlet tube using its clamp. 3. Lower the car off the axle stands and reconnect the battery cable
Remove the spring caps but leave the springs in. Compress the front suspension fully. Find a rod or wood dowel that will slide easily down the middle of the spring. Mark it 6 - 7 inches from the end. Insert the rod/dowel to the mark. The bottom of the stick is the proper level of fluid, in most cases. Please buy a service manual!
Adjust Screen Volts (G2) of all 3 picture tubes and screen volt control knobs are on focus block located under speaker grills at front of TV. Remove speaker front grille of TV, look for focus block that has 6 control knobs, 3 knobs are for focus and 3 for screen volts, increase volts by turning little bit control knobs of screen volts and this will solve your problem.
Try holding the Right knob so it does not move, whilst firmly moving the Left knob towards you (clockwise), this is the adjusting method used on Zeiss Jena 1960's High End microscopes, e.g Eduaval & Ergaval.
I have a blurry screen and the top of it the picture is curved a bit. I was told to adjust the focus knob but I don't know where that is in the back of the TV. I took off the back and couldn't find it. I also tried to adjust the manual convergence and the red would not adjust only the blue would align. Any suggestions.