This is done by lifting up on the left and right side retaining clips at the back of the headlight assembly. Also I did this on a 2000 Vin V and no star bit was necessary. So, he kind of got double charged on that. Over tightening will compress the gasket and cause it to leak. You might go one step further, and replace those bolts that go into the water jackets with stainless steel. If I remember correctly, remove… I have the same car. The water pump bolts often are almost seized in the block, likely the environment causes that.
No nothing has been done yet I just got the pump today and checked the included instructions and no mention of this clamp is there. Take the bracket off but leave the alt. The pump on the 4. I believe it was a mistake on their part and it should have shipped with the correct stud. Install bolts in four stages. Does the cover not have enough of its own bolts to keep it in place as you remove the pump? Remove the water pump pulley. Take timing… Just did this for Christmas vacation.
They have one for almost every vehicle and are specifically geared to the amature… Buy a Chilton Manual or similar repair manual at your auto shop. I'm just guessing here but. Step 2: plus 90 degrees Crankshaft pulley bolt: 20 to 28 ft-lbs Haynes Cylinder head bolts: Haynes. The pulley is of a concave design, hiding the nuts away from sight also. Content Guidelines Please be polite.
Remove the fuel tank cap and attach an appropriate fuel pressure gauge the T80L-9974-B will work to the valve to release the fuel pressure. Check coolent again after motor has cooled down after test drive. Loosen the 2 screws that hold the fan shroud to the top of the radiator. Browse for the proper model, quantity, and size from the different listings to meet your needs. I hope this helps you, and I wish you luck on your repair.
The source for the specification is in parentheses. Any thoughts, conjecture, or advice is greatly appreciated. Ranger Mountaineer - Sport thru '03 - 2nd Generation, 2002 - 2005. I've changed the pump three times as well, never ever had a problem with any of the bolts, still using the originals. That is a nice gasket it is a perma-dry. First of all, it depends if your ranger is automatic or standard. Next start the rest of the bolts before tightening any of them and after all the bolts are started they can be tightened in a cross pattern to ensure the pump doesn't warp.
That's an unusual procedure, though I guess I can understand it. I went to an independent mechanic and he said it would take about 6 hours. Just push aside enough to access remaining bolts. Its just like canadian tire here replaced a water pump for my buddys buick le sabre. Remove the black plastic protector over the headlight assembly.
I usually do this before I get started so it will set up by the time I'm ready for it. The whole electrolisys experiment in science class shows us this? This step is not so easy. Rear: Step 1: 15 lb-ft, Step 2: plus 90 deg Jackshaft thrust plate bolts:. The dealer parts guys may be able to give you some information… you have to remove the timing cover and belt first, its driven by the timing belt and is about dead center of the front of the engine. The part you replace is inside the housing, an impeller more or less. It is alot easier, and then you dont have to struggle… First you have to remove the gas tank which is the worst part, usually it takes 2 people. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantity.
Read the following guidelines, and if you think it still is relevant, message the mods to free it from the spam filter. If they break free and turn about one time, then they should come right out. It wouldn't back out, I didn't have room or leverage to pull it out, and I obviously couldn't pry on it. Engine Performance problem 2000 Ford Ranger 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 112k miles I am in the process of replacing the water pump in my 3. Report posts and comments that fall outside the guidelines.