Information on the fan shroud or in front of the radiator. Its called Fuchs, Titan zh 5364 B. The tool for changing the filter make the change out rather quick and easy. The filter is covered with a black plastic cover that does make it looks like part of the gas tank. This information will typically be located in the back of the manual in a section title fluid capacities and specifications.
Also, make sure that you don't … overfill it as it fills uppretty fast. Ford recommends that Motorcraft Premium Gold Engine Coolant which is yellow in color for the radiator and cooling system of all F-150 engines. The power steering fluid reservoir it is located on the front of the engine. There's a black plastic twist know with a white plastic resevoir. I just didn't think it would need it. Go under the car and clean of all the fluid you find.
You might have to push a hose to the side to see the cap. Switch off the engine and go under the car and you should see the area of the fluid leek. Careshould be exercised if the engine is hot. Some high end aftermarket power steering pumps require using actual power steering fluid, though. My reason: the power steering system's pressure is magnitudes greater than the transmission's.
This site has detail specs o … n the F150. When working on the hoses be sure to use the proper wrench to loosen and tighten the fittings. There are kits to do this but the easiest way is to use a Remote Mount, Oil Filter. May grab a neew box to throw on the shelf, all moving parts eventually fail, and as far as know the box is still original. You can grab some new pulleys for the repair Here- check fitment guide This is the serpentine belt tensioner tool I use Here- This is the Blue Loctite I use in the video- In this video I show you what is making all that noise in your engine compartment and it's not the power steering pump! No you do no have to use Mercon. No room for the long answer, as there are multiple parts and pieces you need to remove to gain access to the coils.
When it begins to fail, you may notice squealing noises or stiff steering. Adding power steering fluid to your F-150 is easy and should be done whenever your power steering fluid is low. If the power steering fluid level in your F-150 is low, fill it up to the maximum line with power steering fluid and check it again in a week to determine if you have a leak. So what would you use and why? Torques Specs- Put Medium Strength blue Loctite on bolts Idler 13mm Bolt- 18lb ft Tensioner 10mm bolts- 18lb ft. They see the harshest conditions. In a few days, check the power steering fluid level in your F-150 to make sure you don't have a leak.
Plus if you ever have a leak, you know whether or not its the transmission simply based on the color. And the hose is expensive. I'm no aware of any F150 with a 5. Below is the official data sheet for it. The high pressure line coming off the bottom of the power steering pump was leaking where the steal line goes into the rubber line.
This pannel is between the passenger door and the rear wheel behind the gae tank. Remove the dipstick from the plug and you can check the fluid level. With this information you can then decide how to tackle the repair. You have a choice of several sizes of filters and typically you change filters every couple of years. Sensor 1 is the upstream sensor near the frame, between the block and the cat and Sensor 2 is near the Y-pipe downstream of the cat.
Thanks for the info, trans!!!! It is called a fitting wrench, or a open box end wrench. With the engine off, twist counterclockwise and pull off; the dipstick will show the level. Is your F-150 hard to turn? Sometimes it will take 15 minutes or take a few hours it depends on your luckâ¦. This is good for 1996 up to 2001. Hopefully with a rebuilt pump, new hoses and fresh fluid I won't have any power steering woes for quite sometime.