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1999-2004 Ford 4WD Super Duty 4″ Suspension System

July 6th, 2010 · No Comments

THIS SYSTEM SHOULD ONLY BE INSTALLED BY A PROFESSIONAL MECHANIC. 2. Compare all contents of the boxes to the parts list before starting to insure all components are included. 3. Prior to installing the suspension system, inspect the vehicle’s suspension components, alignment, and frame for damage, corrosion, or cracks. Correct any worn or damaged parts [...]

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Cherokee/Wagoneer and Comanche Front Wheel Bearings Replacement

May 26th, 2010 · No Comments

Sodium-based grease is not compatible with lithium-based grease. Read the package labels and be careful not to mix the two types. If there is any doubt as to the type of grease used, completely clean the old grease from the bearing and hub before replacing.
2WD MODELS 1. Raise and support the vehicle safely. 2. Remove [...]

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Fluorescent lamp Ballasts Troubleshooting Guide

May 3rd, 2010 · No Comments

Lamps Not Starting
1. C heck input voltage, lamp type and number of lamps match the ballast label.
2. Rotate lamps fully in the lamp holders to ensure good electrical contact.
3. Replace with lamps operating well in a neighboring fixture or with other known good lamps.
4. Check the grounding of the fixtures and ballasts.
5. Check for damage [...]

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2000-2005 Ford 4WD Excursion 4″ Suspension System Installation Instructions

January 26th, 2010 · No Comments

GENERAL NOTES:
1. THIS SYSTEM SHOULD ONLY BE INSTALLED BY A PROFESSIONAL MECHANIC.
2. Compare all contents of the boxes to the parts list before starting to insure all components are included.
3. Prior to installing the suspension system, inspect the vehicle’s suspension components, alignment, and frame for damage, corrosion, or cracks. Correct any worn or damaged parts [...]

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Dodge 4WD 29T NV4500 5 Speed To Advanced Ring

December 21st, 2009 · No Comments

When assembling the transmission to the transfer case, DO NOT FORCE the two gear boxes together. If the shaft is too long, there is the possibility of pre-loading the transmission bearings for premature failure. Take the extra time to make sure that the shafts do not bottom out internally. If there is an interference problem, [...]

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