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NOTE: The steps included in the SJB removal and installation procedure are critical to restoring the vehicle security and tire pressure monitoring systems to normal operation. A new SJB is delivered in manufacturing mode with 6 pre-set diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) related to the tire pressure monitoring system. The presence of these DTCs requires the installation procedures be followed in order to clear the DTCs and enable normal SJB operations.
NOTE: Prior to the removal of the SJB, it is necessary to upload the module configuration information to the diagnostic tool. This information must be downloaded to the new SJB after installation. For additional information, refer to Section 418-01 .
  1. Remove the driver door scuff plate. For additional information, refer to Section 501-05 .
  1. Position the LH door opening weather seal aside.
  1. NOTE: While pulling the trim panel rearward, pull the hood release lever rearward in order for the release lever to slide through the trim panel. Remove the pushpin and the cowl side trim panel.
  1. Remove the 2 bolts and the parking brake release handle.
  1. Disconnect the parking brake switch electrical connector.
  1. Release the hood release cable pushpin from the parking brake control bracket.
  1. Release the harness clip from the parking brake cable housing.
  1. NOTE: Rotating the parking brake control counterclockwise allows enough access to clear the instrument panel reinforcement. Remove the 3 bolts and position the parking brake control assembly under the brake pedal.

Ford Explorer... | Answered 3 hours ago


You take it to the dealer an they will hook up to the cars computer with their special tool .

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 hours ago


The Transmission Identification Numbers (TIN) are located on the left-hand side of the transmission body, mounted either on a label or stamped directly into the case.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 4 hours ago


Checked the starter solenoid? Put a test light on the small wire going to the solenoid and turn the key. If it lights up and still wont crank... replace the solenoid.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 4 hours ago


You didn't say what kind of machine you have but just by the sound of it you either have a bad needle and seat or a heavy float in the carb. It has to be one or the other. I hope this helps. Take care.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 4 hours ago


you might be able to do it by hand if you remove the serpentine belt and turn the big pulley on the end of the crankshaft (bottom center of the engine). If not... use a socket and wrench on the nut that holds that pulley on.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 4 hours ago


It depends on what motor(s) your using. Check with the engine mfg. or a mechanic familiar with them.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 4 hours ago


If your talking about the Vigil at St. Pius X in Greensboro, NC it's 8:00 pm.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 5 hours ago


Check the oil level, did you change the oil, did they flush the transmission.

Mercedes-Benz... | Answered 6 hours ago


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..

Good luck.

2003 Ford Escape | Answered 7 hours ago

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