The master cylinder is held on by two 10mm bolts. Disconnect the shift cable from the lever and bracket. Remove two bolts retaining the fan shroud to the radiator. Next, run a wire 16 gauge or so next to the original 2. Pulling the crossmember out and like you said let the engine tilt down will help. You will need to disconnect the negative battery cable, then disconnect solenoid by unclipping it, then remove any vacuum hoses and the linkage rod.
I took advantage of this project to also change my clutch, flywheel, and starter with the parts for a 4. Step 7: Install Front Driveshaft Install the front driveshaft into the slip yoke at the transfer case and tighten the yoke straps using a T30 torx socket. So I removed the 3 torx bolts. Remove the starter stud and bolt. Remove the six 13mm bolts holding the clutch cover to the flywheel. Haven't had a chance to ck any sites yet for info, just thought it was odd.
. Install the hose into the master cylinder by inserting the roll pin. You will also need to replace the carbon storage canister. Ford Explorer 5R55S Transmission Solenoid Pack Replace - Duration:. In the past I have used a 3 foot extension with a U-joint.
Work the clutch housing off the locating dowels and slide the clutch housing and the transmission rearward until the input shaft clears the clutch disc. Since it's a front wheel drive, the engine has to be supported with a special hanger. I picked one up at Advance Auto for like 10 bucks. Remove the transfer case skid plate. Not sure what the problem is? Then unplug the plugs from the side of the transmission and disconnect the clutch fluid line.
Disconnect the front driveshaft from the axle by removing the four torx bolts holding the yoke straps on. Also remove the hydraulic line from the transmission using the appropriate hydraulic tool. If your fluid falls too low, air will enter the system and you will have to start over. Transfer the clip from the old master cylinder to the new one if it did not come with one. It made for a surprisingly nice fit. Don't forget to install some fresh fluid into your transmission.
I've renamed, and moved this thread to the transmission section. Our kit utilizes sleeves and washers to replace the doughnut shaped stock pieces. Onlt thing I can say is to unbolt the end pieces, so it's easier to fit together once under the Bronco. Remove bell housing,and clutch berring assembely. Hook up the wiring for the transmission. There is a clip holding the the pushrod to the clutch pedal.
It is a threaded rod that screws in on one side and seems to be cammed in on the other and has a nut on it. Next, move the large wire that originally went to the 2. Remove the left and right crossmember bolts and nuts. Rotate the torque converter and remove four flexplate-to-converter nuts. Feed the master cylinder into the firewall and bolt it back in with a 10mm socket. Install the wires onto the 4. Install the boot cover and bolts.
These puppies are on factory style so I have had no luck with a wrench from the top. I bought another piston, and tried again, then it was still struggling until the boom, and another part started to bend. All this is to get the tranny out for a clutch replacement. Remove the shifter boot by removing the four screws holding it to the floor plate. Disconnect the converter from the hanger and remove it from the vehicle. While you have the clutch off, it doesn't hurt to replace the rear main bearing seal. Remove transmission and diconnect linkage.
Because of these features, and because we're pretty successful at finding any type of Ford parts, including transmission crossmembers, we're confident that you will use our service again and again. Always use a dedicated transmission jack when removing a transmission from a vehicle, and secure the transmission with a safety chain. I also replaced my rear main bearing seal and clutch hydraulics as some added security. Remove the floor plate through the bottom of the tunnel. If you do, repeat this process until the air is gone. Mark the front driveshaft at the transfer case yoke and U-joint flange. Remove the transmission mount nuts.