Question about 2008 Ford Focus SE Sedan
Reverse light fuse
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, This job is alot harder on your car than most that's for sure. It really depends on your mechanical ability and time vs the amount your willing to pay someone else. This job is easy if your not afraid to loosen the passenger motor mount and slid the engine forward about an inch with a pry bar. (Which sounds alot harder than it is) But the Hanes manual lists alot of things to do to get around the motor mount.
Per Haynes Manual.
Place Coolant Expansion Tank to one side.
Lift out Power Steering Reservoir and put to one side.
Unscrew Wiring Loom bolt and move wiring to one side.
Remove Ground Cable from Strut Tower.
Bent the ground bracket down as much as possible.
Move Canister Purge Valve to one side.
Remove Plastic Cover from Alternator.
Unscrew and the alternator mounting bolt nearest the engine first.
Unscrew the other retaining bolt until it has fully disengaged from the bracket (not possible to remove bolt from alternator at this stage).
Lift the alternator out, Pulley side facing upwards.
Take care not to damage or you might screw your surrounding components!
I would say if you dont work on cars or have mechanical ability you should prob take it to a profesional. I hope my answer helped more than it scared you....lol....Have a great weekend and please rate my answer if you felt it was helpful
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
an interminnent flash of the ABS light generally indicates a fault in the ABS system. It will flashing a code to you. Causes for this kind of problem are usually a sensor or air bag resistance out of range - too much, or not enough resistance. You might be able to find out on line what the code means. To read the code, they are generally groups of flashes. watch it carefully, there should be a big pause at some stage, that is the end of it's cycle. Now watch and count the flashes, for example- . . . - . . . . - . . - would be the code 342. If you have no luck finding the codes online i recommend calling your local ford dealership
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
lie on your back or jack the car up and reach up behind the bumper and pull the harness off the back of the bulb. twist the bulb counter clock wise and pull it out....
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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