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As long as the engine codes match they will fit. 2003 Ford Escape 2.0L VIN "B" 2003 Ford Escape 3.0L VIN "1" 2004 Ford Escape 2.0L VIN "B" 2004 Ford Escape 3.0L VIN "1" 2005 Ford Escape 2.3L VIN "H" 2005 Ford Escape 2.3L VIN "Z" Hybrid 2005 Ford Escape 3.0L VIN "1" 2006 Ford Escape 2.3L VIN "H" 2006 Ford Escape 2.3L VIN "Z" Hybrid 2006 Ford Escape 3.0L VIN "1"
Posted on Apr 21, 2018
you have to remove the whole headlight assembly, then pop off the front cover pull the old bulb out and put the new one in. reverse the process to re-install. there is a small plastic tab on the topfront of the headlight assembly, that is what you need to release to get the clear cover off and get inside.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
SOURCE: 2006 Ford Fusion SEL - TPS
The TPS is an easy part to replace. It has 2 screws and 1 electric connector. It is about the size of a butane lighter and attaches to the metal airhorn.
There is only a slight adjustment possible for this part. One end has an elongnated slot for the screw. Just look at where the old part was adjusted and replace it that way. The only thing you need to watch is aligning the slot on the throttle shaft with the indentation on the TPS.
While you are replacing the part, disconnect the battery on the POS cable and this will reset the "check engine" light on the dash. Then reconnect and drive your car.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
This link is from the handle to the latch. The door panel has to be removed in order for this problem to be fixed. The linkage is inside the door panel, it is a small diamater metal rod called a link. If you do the job yourself be careful not to break the door panel. In a shop, the labor is 1 hour for the job & if any, parts will be a seperate charge.
Posted on May 08, 2010
Engine over heating can be caused by a number of things. When you say the water pump and radiator appear to be ok I am also guessing that you checked the coolant level to make sure it is normal.
If the level is low then you obviously have a leak. Insufficient coolant circulating will not cool the motor properly because it won't be able to draw enough heat out. If the level is normal then you need to check the thermostat to make sure it is opening properly. To do this, run the motor to temperature and check the top and bottom hoses. They should both be hot and firrm once the thermostat opens meaning the circulation loop is operating properly. If the top is hot and firm and the bottom is cold/soft or collapsed then the thermostat isn't opening.
If the thermostat is operating properly then you ned to look for some other obstruction or cause for coolant loss. Check the head/intake gaskets, hose connections, hoses, over flow tank, radiator fins, radiator side tanks etc..
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
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