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No u don\'t have to as long as you don\'t mind sweating. Your buddy didn\'t have to cut any lines as they are bolted on in most cases. Hopefully the lines are cut where you can get a couple compression fitting and hook them back up if you want air conditioning.
Posted on May 28, 2013
You will need a special socket which is square and has a small prong at each corner. That will screw the piston down to the the stop. As to getting the caliper off buy an inexpensive shop manual which will show the procedure with pictures, it is simple and once the pistons are seated into the caliper with the adapter I described you are home. I got my socket adapter at a neighborhood auto parts store. Don't forget to bleed your brake fluid.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
No you don't have to move any of that you need a "crow foot" type oxygen sensor it looks like a short brake line wrench that you can put a 3/8 ratchet on it with an extension. This will help you to get this sensor out. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: cruise control
The cruise control should have a fuse in the interior fuse block, and a larger fuse and/or relay under hood in the relay center block. Test them with an automotive test light (You can purchase these for anywhere from $5.00 to $50.00 depending on the quality you want and the place of purchase).
If you find a bad fuse or primary fuse, obviously those need to be replaced. Relays can't be tested readily using the light. Unfortunately the simplest method for finding out if a relay is bad is to replace it. The relay for that cruise runs between $15.00 to $20.00 depending where you purchase.
Let me know how it goes and we'll see what more we can do!
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: torque settings
Torque Specifications Description Nm lb-ft Brake caliper retaining bolts 28 21 Brake hose to brake caliper union 15 11 Brake caliper anchor plate retaining bolts — 2.0L Duratec ST 133 98
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Hi, You need to plug this into a code reader and see what codes are stored the most common reason for the engine cutting out is internal fuel pump failure will also cause poor starting
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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