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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If they are sealed bearings, you will need a press to get them out. If they are bolt in, just remove the brake pads/rotors, then the axle nut, then the bolts holding the wheel bearing in. Install in reverse order.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
Check the wires at the connection point and follow them back up to the tail light look for any disconnected wires or grounds. Good luck.
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: fuse box diagram for 2006
There are 2 places that have fuses. I gave you pictures of the layout of both as well as the disciption for the fuse. This should be in your owners manual if you have one. If you do not have an owners manual and woulf like a copy, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your make, model and year and I will be happy to email you a copy. I hope this helps and good luck.
Posted on Aug 01, 2011
SOURCE: 2009 ford escape ac intermittent
Make sure your fan is coming on, you should hear it come on when you turn on the A/C or defrost. The most common problem for that symptom is the fan relay burns out, and the A/C comes on strong but then overheats quickly making the pressure in the condenser get too high and the pressure cycling switch automatically turns off the A/C. The condenser then cools and the process starts over. If you can locate your radiator fan fuse and relay, which will be in the fuse box under the hood, you can rule out the relay by pulling one of the same size from another system that isn't important like the fog lamps(if equipped). As long as you verify that the fan is NOT working, you would try this relay swap test as long as the fuse is still good. I work for a Ford dealer as a technician, if you brought your vehicle in for service for an A/C or heater concern and your still having problems with it. You can bring it back in for a "recheck" or "repeat" repair and they will have no right to charge you again... If I worked on someones car, and the problem came back after they left, I would seriously want to know because I care about my work and care about my name as a master technician. Just remember, you do not have to pay for repeat repairs... EVER!!
I hope this info helps!~subyguru~
Posted on Mar 31, 2012
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