Ford Motor Company asks you to communicate with inspectors and educate them about advances in technology so inspection practices may be revised accordingly. Customer communications regarding the integrated Trailer Brake Controller [TBC] installed on the 2005 Ford SuperDuty vehicles indicate that inspection programs in some states and provinces are incorrectly ticketing vehicles for inoperative trailer [...]
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Ford Explorer/Mercury Mountaineer door panel removal
1. Open door and lower window.
2. Remove two screws above door handle.
3. Starting from right side, remove plastic trim from behind door handle.
4. Dislodge snaps from behind the left, right, and bottom edge of door panel.
5. Lift door panel off of door.
6. Dislodge window control panel and pass through opening [...]
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Advise the customer to read the owner’s manual carefully before using the trailer hitch. It has important safety and operation information. Installation procedure the trailer hitch on 2001 Honda CR-V:
1. If equipped, write down the customer’s radio station presets; the radio memory will be erased when you disconnect the battery.
2. Disconnect the negative cable from [...]
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Not the light next to the headlight, but rather that light positioned under the headlight on the bumper of the vehicle. I attempted to go into the vehicle through the wheel well, but hit a dead end. Does the bumper need to come off?
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I have a 95 Nissan Pickup w/ V6 and 5spd. Recently the turn signals quit working. I replaced the turn signal switch and checked all the fuses and bulbs and they checked fine. I also replaced the flasher above the fuse box and still no luck. Dont know what else to check.
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Schefenacker recommends that this installation be carried out by a professional installer. Please read ALL the instructions and warnings thoroughly before installing the Telescopic Trailer Tow Mirrors.These mirrors are designed only for the vehicles listed on this page. Ensure that the fitting instructions are followed exactly,as failure to do so may result in incorrect installation,and [...]
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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Front Turn Signal and Parking Lights CRV MODELS AND V6 ODYSSEY MODELS
1. Turn the steering wheel in the opposite direction from which the bulb is to be removed.
2. Using a flat blade screwdriver, remove the fasteners securing the inner fender behind the headlight and pull back on the
inner fender liner.
3. Remove the [...]
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Inside this manual you will find routine maintenance, tune-up procedures, engine repair, cooling and heating, air conditioning, fuel and exhaust, emissions control, ignition, brakes, suspension and steering, electrical systems, and wiring diagrams.
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To be highway legal,
a trailer must have running lights (taillights and/or marker lights), turn signals and brake lights. Some trailers even have backup lights. Of course, this means you must tap into the tow vehicle’s electrical system.
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