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It appears to be number 3 in the picture. It looks like you have to remove air intake. I don't have removal procedure.

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Check your voltage with power vehicle (place key to run.), If the batteries are draining down overnight it is time to replace BOTH Batteries. If one is failing it will draw down the other. if you have to charge battery more than once it is time to replace. Yes the price will grab you wing wang and make you squeak.

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How to change an ignition on a ford truck

Turn the steering wheel clockwise, and you will reveal the ignition lock cylinder. If you can still insert and turn the key, then do so, and turn the lock to the ACC set. Take the small screwdriver and release the cylinder catch. You insert it into the hole and pull on the key; the lock will slide out.



on Apr 05, 2019 | Ford Cars & Trucks

Check the heavy battery lead that feeds the starter motor for bad connections.

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Yes you can but if the wheel sensors are worn it might be easier to change both wheel sensors when you say the gap is not the same is it less gap or more gap also you must check the trailing arm bushings in the rear and and front of the arms because a failing bushing in those arms that hold the rear end stabile will cause activation of the abs system because a slight give in the arm makes the braking pull the rear end which causes uneven braking which will trigger the abs module these systems are very sensitive to this so make sure you check the long arms front and rear bushings on both sides and the upper dog bone shaped arms on both sides /////caution do not buy the rear cheap arms if you need them the bushings are garbage and will go very quickly if the bushing sort of looks like smeared rubber it's garbage look for an actual rubber shaped round bushing protruding from the metal casings anything else is total garbage and a complete waste of time and money now another possible cause of system activation can be that the rotors front or rear are either worn unevenly by a big margin or there is air in the brake lines or if the bushing arms are bad uneven brake pads on the bad side will cause activation because it senses the weaker side and an uneven pressure for the braking event each time so before you go out of your gozongo trying to redo the rear sensor rings check all that I have stated above and the shocks to a dip will cause uneven weight distribution and put more inertia movement on that side and check the front control arm bushings to upper and lower and your ball joints and tie rods for wear any of these will cause activation if they are weak and I know your saying to yourself but this started when I changed the axles and it doesn't have anything to do with these things I have mentioned well that maybe true and maybe not because if the air gap on the axles to the sensors is closer than its back to regular specs and now the system is picking up on the weaker zones in the system where it's causing a slight uneven braking or slip which will activate the system so a proper investigation of all wheels and there associated components must be done before you chase a symptom into oblivion and get nowhere because you didn't do all the possible checks beforehand so please be thorough in your process of eliminating other possible causes first nobody likes chasing a carrot that they can never get so please do all of these checks first and yes I have done the ring changes myself and in only a few instances was it the rings being slightly out of round from the axles being banged around in shipment or from not being properly set ok so go slow and cover all the bases first then if you are not getting the proper results go ahead and change the rings and make sure theres absolutely no wobble in the rings rotation otherwise the same thing will happen again and you'll be one very unhappy person oh yeah one more thing are the tires all the same tread and same size if not bingo a difference in size or tread pattern will cause uneven road traction and set off the system to so I'm pretty sure that I have explained all here for you and just so you know for yourself and everyone else who reads this post I'm a taxi mechanic in nyc.with 50 years experience in all phases of the automobile and I have had ford crown Victorias and lincoln town cars and grand marquis on the road since the dinosaurs roamed the earth and I have seen everything you could imagine and most of them had 450,000 miles before they were retired from service because of either the nyc law changes or from being beaten to a pulp by the ben hur chariot drivers who are the worst you could ever see so before you go nuts check everything first you might be surprised at what you find good luck stephen

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There's a website that has all this information about all this and manuals everything totally free there are many actually but I personally like few . reliable-store
let me know if u need help

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Which lights ? Warning lamps or back lighting . Warning lamps - check engine ,ABS , air bag , low oil , battery etc...... How long have you had this car ? Someone cutting wires was probably trying to get rid of the PATS system , anti - theft . passive anti-theft system . Your best bet , take it to a qualified automotive electrical repair shop . The only thing your going to do it cause more problems ,without knowing how to diagnose electrical problems.

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Look at fuse #21 in the fuse block under the left side of the dash, also check for a burned fuse link going into the underhood junction block. I hope this helps. Take care.

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Does the car start an run ? I assume so . no headlights no door locks no radio no dash lights... all stopped work at the same time . Wouldn't think battery or alternator being the problem . More then likely a SJB - smart junction box problem . or connections some where . The SJB is ford BCM - body control module .All the thing's you say that stopped working are controlled by the SJB. The first thing too do would be to hook up a ford factory scan tool an check for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes .

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You can get guide from many sites.. i know few
error codes/ fault codes, wiring diagrams, schematic diagrams, torque specs, engine info, switches functioning, assemble, disassembly, complete refurbish, repair, installation every single thing is covered
within seconds u can get the access and it's totally illustrative complete

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The most car it is at the back car under beside rear left or right wheel.

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Take an have code's checked , do you know what those are ? DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes stored in the abs control module . Anti-lock brake system , wheel speed sensor . nothing to do with base brake system .

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Do you have an air bag light lit on the instrument cluster ? When pushing the fob lock button an the horns work, that's the electronic portion of the horn circuit . Controlled by the smart junction box , ford's BCM - body control module. That means the horns are good , the horn relay is good ,control from the SJB is good . Problem is inside upper part of steering column , Air bag sliding contact or clock spring .

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Terry Apr 10, 2019
You might try posting a request on the iRV2 forum.

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It is most likely a fuel pressure bleed down after shutdown, check pressure after shut down it should only drop a few pounds, if more you will need a new fuel pump and filter.

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you can get guide from many sites.. i know few
error codes/ fault codes, wiring diagrams, schematic diagrams, torque specs, engine info, switches functioning, assemble, disassembly, complete refurbish, repair, installation every single thing is covered
within seconds u can get the access and it's totally illustrative complete

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