Better pull the pan and oil pump. The rod will fall out while you are trying to align the dist. and cam gear. You won't know it till its too late. You will ruin the engine the second it starts.
Just pull it straight out...it should slide right out. I just changed one of mine and it was a bit stuck but I used some pliers to grip it and it was much easier.
Once you remove the plastic cover over the headlights, you will have either 2 slide up locks, just slide them up unplug the wires and the housing pop's out. Or, 3 clips that with a screw driver just pop open and the assembly pop's out.
you probably have a individual coil over each plug, if so you just remove the little 8mm retaining bolt and slide it striagt out and the replace
There isn't one the disk is held on by the brake calliper. You need to remove the calliper bolts with an Allen key tool then remove and support the calliper. Once that is done the disks should just slide off
remove the two screws mounting it to the body of the car. just slide them. they sit on a clip.
Yes, just like any other car. Chuck, CABGx3
You have to have a tool from Ford. But.....if you take two (2) small pieces of wire and notch the ends (kind of like a barb on a fish hook only duller not sharp) you can slide them in and unlock the radio. once you feel the notches lock, just pull it out.
There are 3 clips that hold the assembly in place. They might break when you pull at them with a screw driver, they are in the inside under the hood. Remove them and the wire and they just slide out. Get some new clip locks at Ford. Cost about 6 to 7 $$ each.
Remove shroud, or just slide the panel around, and just unbolt the fan.
break them into pieces after drilling them and just slide them off.
You need a balancer puller to remove it , It don't just slide off.
Remove the hubcaps and wheels. Remove the two large bolts that hold the brake caliper to the steering knuckle. pull the caliper out of the way. There are two large Philips head screws that hold the rotor to the hub. Remove them and slide the rotor off the hub. Just did this to my '96. Hope it helps