Works in pretty much the same way, except you don't have to alternate from side to side. I hope this helps all. Re-install hoses using new hose clamps new hoses and clamps are recommended. Remove serpentine belt and idler pulley improves access to thermostat housing retention bolts. Re-install air intake hoses check air filter for need of replacement Check to make sure radiator drain valve is closed.
Just don't pass the stops, which appear on either end. Works in pretty much the same way, except you don't have to alternate from side to side. See the links for help in more specific instructions for your car. Puteverything back into place and you will need a new gasket for yourupper intake that you removed. The procedure is the same, except the part where it mentions the mounting bolts.
Next, carefully remove the two or three bolts that hold the housing to the engine. Our staff is on hand with great installation tips, and our popular Loan-a-Tool program is available at any one of our retail locations. Fill radiator with proper amount of coolant. Also, get a good hammer. The punch fits on the pin, and you just hammer straight.
On both the distributor cap is installed with the marked 1 position faci … ng the rear and slightly towards the drivers side of the engine. This will let the retaining pin extend into the hole. I don't know who's 1993 Ford F150 has bolts, but I know for a fact mine has pins. Next lower the engineback down so it's still in the truck. I don't know who's 1993 Ford F150 has bolts, but I know for a fact mine has pins.
Removing these pins is relatively easy. Drain radiator, remove hose from thermostat housing, remove the bolts that fasten the housing to the engine and pull off housing … , pull out thermostat noticing the direction it is pointing. Roll pin punches usually come in sets that fit most pins, but can also be found individually for your vehicle. Remove the thermostat housing with as gentle pressure as possible to the bolts. It's also imperative that you use the right amount of fluid, and AutoZone has the F150 radiators and supplements you need to keep your engine running at peak performance levels. Reinstall idler pulley and serpentine belt check for excessive cracking on underside of belt and replace if any portion has gaps in the ridges or if has been in service more than 40,000 miles of driving.
First remove your throttle cables, then your upper intake that says5. Assuming no problems with the bolts grab the neck of the thermostat housing and break the gasket cement seal. Re-inserting the pin is easier. As you do this, pull out the cylinder lock. I hope this helps all. Fill radiator with proper amount of coolant. The thermost … at should now be visible.
Don't forget to use themanuals specs for torquing the oil pan bolts, engine mounts andcrossmember for your transmission. Our staff is on hand with great installation tips, and our popular Loan-a-Tool program is available at any one of our retail locations. Remove upper radiator hose and by-pass hose recommend you replace the upper hose and by-pass hose on re-assembly. Drain coolant from radiator into appropriate container if more than 2 years old, properly discard and replace with new coolant, either ready to use or straight anti-f … reeze using distilled water only. Also, there is no way to not take the caliper off completely.
Remove old gasket and gasket sealer material from both surfaces with a proper scraping tool. The thermostat is located inline with the upper radiator hose, where it meets the block. For good measure let it set up. Drain coolant from radiator into appropriate container if more than 2 years old, properly discard and replace with new coolant, either ready to use or straight anti-f … reeze using distilled water only. Unbolt the transmission from thecrossmember.