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Disponibile in Italia Reveal LINQ il più piccolo monitor cardiaco iniettabile sottocute. Molto più piccolo di una pila alcalina ministilo, è in grado di monitorare il cuore del paziente per tre anni, inviando da remoto i dati ECG del paziente al medico per diagnosticare correttamente l’aritmia e adottare la soluzione terapeutica più adatta. Reveal LINQ, iniettato sottocute con una siringa, rivoluziona il monitoraggio cardiaco migliorando la diagnosi per alcune delle patologie più pericolose e difficili da riconoscere quali la sincope e la fibrillazione atriale.
A new, innovative brake pad technology is keeping drivers happy and making the jobs of brake installers easier. Noise, vibration and brake dust concerns have historically been the greatest causes of customer angst after a brake job. Today, however, advanced ceramic brake pads are alleviating these issues for a growing number of drivers and eliminating frustrating comebacks to repair shops. Not only are ceramic pads helping to restore vehicles’ smooth, quiet stopping power to original equipment (OE) specifications, but they produce virtually no visible brake dust, resulting in cleaner wheels and tires. In addition to maintaining original equipment performance, some drivers are even upgrading their traditional OE pads with ceramic pads to improve their vehicles’ overall braking performance—and the trend is accelerating. According to a number of brake pad retailers and manufacturers, ceramic pad sales are the fastest growing segment in the aftermarket brake pad business. Industry sales forecasts project the ultra-premium brake pad category, which is dominated by ceramic technology, to account for an estimated nine percent of all aftermarket brake pads sold in 2003. This figure is expected to jump to 18 percent by 2007. Akebono Corporation was one of the first suppliers of advanced ceramic brake technology to Ceramic brakes help put a stop to a number of brake noise problems. automakers including Toyota, Honda, GM and Ford. It was also one of the first to offer ceramic pads to aftermarket brake installers. Akebono’s ceramic technology is now available for virtually every domestic and import car in North America. For most drivers, ceramic pads offer a number of performance advantages over other types of brake pads. Tests show that advanced material formulations in the leading ceramic brake pads enable them to last significantly longer than traditional brake pads in typical driving conditions. In most stopping situations, including panic stops, ceramics also provide more consistent stopping power— helping promote driver confidence. Some ceramic pads on the market also are gentler on brake rotors than traditional pads, helping prevent brake pedal pulsation complaints, as well as costly rotor repairs. When it comes to a successful brake job, the secret may indeed rest with asking for a ceramic solution.
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Recommend Motorcraft SAE 0W-20 2.0L ATK Fusion Hybrid / MKZ Hybrid / C-Max Recommend Motorcraft SAE 5W-20 1.0L EB Fiesta 1.5L EB Fiesta 1.6L -4V Fiesta 1.6L EB Fiesta / Transit Connect 1.6L EB Escape / Fusion 2.0L -2V Escort (02) / Focus 2.0L -4V I4 Focus 2.0L -4V I4 Transit Connect 2.0L -4V Focus / Escape 2.3L -4V I4 Escape Hybrid / Mariner Hybrid 2.3L -4V I4 Focus 2.3L -4V I4 Fusion / Milan 2.3L -4V I4 Escape / Mariner 2.3L -4V I4 Ranger 2.5L -4V Escape / Mariner (11) including Hybrid (12) 2.5L -4V Fusion / Milan (11) including Hybrid (12) 2.5L -4V Transit Connect 2.5L -4V MKZ Hybrid 3.0L -2V Taurus / Sable (05) / Ranger 3.0L -4V Taurus / Sable 3.0L -4V RFF Escape 3.0L -4V RFF Five Hundred / Montego 3.0L -4V RFF Mariner / Freestyle (07) 3.0L -4V RFF Fusion / Milan / Zephyr (06 only) 3.0L -4V RFF Fusion / Milan (11) / Escape / Mariner (11) 3.0L -4V DAMB Lincoln LS 3.5L -4V Edge / MKX / MKZ 3.5L -4V Edge / MKX (10) / MKZ (12) 3.5L -4V Taurus / Sable / Taurus X / Flex (09 only) 3.5L -4V Taurus / Flex / Police Sedan / MKZ 3.5L -4V Taurus / Fusion (12) / Milan (11) / Flex 3.5L -4V Explorer / Edge 3.5L EB Taurus SHO / Flex / MKS / MKT 3.7L -4V MKS 3.7L -4V MKS / MKT 3.7L -4V MKX
Ford 3.0-liter V6s are notorious oil leakers. Knowing where the problems lie and what to look for is crucial for accurate diagnoses and repairs. luck! We’ve also repeatedly checked for mechanical problems with this engine. Crankshaft end play has always been on the money, and the engine runs too smoothly to suspect bad rings forcing blowby gases into the crankcase and raising pressures enough to blow out the seal. Up to now, we’ve tried everything imaginable to keep this seal from popping out—RTV, JB Weld, etc. Before buttoning up the last job, we actually had a local machinist come down and drill, tap and install sheet-metal screws with washers to help keep the seal in position—to no avail. At this point, we’re stymied as to how we should proceed with this engine. Any thoughts you might be able to share will be greatly appreciated. Jack Burnette Clinton, IA At this moment, I have in my shop a 1994 3.0liter Ford Ranger. This truck came in a while back with what appeared to be a leaky rear main oil seal. Upon removing the transmission, however, we discovered that it was actually the oil pan gasket that was the source of the leakage. As a result, we replaced the pan gasket and, since we were in the area, the rear main seal, as well. To make a long story short, we’re now on our sixth seal, all due to leakage problems. The odd thing about this whole saga is that it’s not the seal lip causing the leakage; rather, it’s the seal itself, which for some reason is actually being forced out of its recess in the rear main cap and block. We started each repair with a routine check of the PCV system. Although the system always appeared to be functioning properly, as a precaution we replaced vacuum lines and the PCV valve after the third seal failure. No...
Quick Reference Oil Applications and Crankcase Capacities Chart Recommend Motorcraft SAE 5W-20 1.9L Escort/Tracer 2.0L SPI Escort(02)/Tracer(99)/Focus(04) 2.0L SPI Focus 2.0L Zetec Escort(00)/Escort ZX2(03)/Cougar(02) 2.0L Zetec Contour/Mystique 2.0L Zetec Focus/Escape 2.3L I4 Focus/Escape/Mariner 2.3L I4 Escape Hybrid Electric Vehicle 2.3L I4 Ranger 2.3L OHC Ranger/Mustang(94) 2.3L HSC Tempo/Topaz 2.5L Cougar(02)/Contour(00)/Mystique(00) 2.5L Ranger 3.0L (Vulcan) Aerostar(97)/Ranger/Taurus/Sable(Flexible Fuel(2) & Gas) 3.0L (Vulcan) Tempo/Topaz 3.0L (Vulcan) Windstar 3.0L 4V Taurus/Sable/Five Hundred/Montego 3.0L 4V Escape/Mariner/Freestyle 3.0L Lincoln LS 3.8L Mustang 3.8L SPI Windstar 3.8L SPI Windstar 3.8L Thunderbird/Cougar 3.8L Taurus/Sable/Continental 3.8L Windstar 3.9L V6 Freestar 3.9L V8 Lincoln LS/Thunderbird 3.9L V8 Lincoln LS/Thunderbird 4.2L Freestar/Monterey 4.2L SPI Econoline(04)/F-150 (under 8500 GVW only) 4.6L 2V Aviator/Explorer/Mountaineer 4.6L 2V Mustang 4.6L 2V Thunderbird/Cougar 4.6L 2V Triton F-150/250 (under 8500 GVW only) 4.6L 4V Marauder 4.6L 4V Mark VIII 4.6L 4V Mustang Cobra/Mach 1 (also includes SC) 4.6L 4V Continental 4.6L Crown Victoria/Grand Marquis 4.6L Econoline 4.6L Expedition 4.6L Town Car 4.9L F-Series/E-Series 5.0L Mustang/Crown Victoria/Grand Marquis 5.0L Mustang Cobra 5.0L Thunderbird/Cougar 5.0L Explorer/Mountaineer 5.0L F-Series/E-Series/Bronco(96) 5.4L Blackwood 5.4L 2V F-Series/Expedition (also includes SC) 5.4L 3V F-Series/Expedition 5.4L Navigator 5.4L E-150/250/350/E-350 Chassis/RV/Cutaway 5.4L Excursion 5.8L F-Series/Bronco(96) 5.8L E-Series 6.8L E-250/350/E-350 Chassis/RV/Cutaway 6.8L Excursion 6.8L Super Duty F-Series 250 HD/350/450/550 F-53 Motorhome 7.5L All Vehicles Recommend Motorcraft SAE 5W-30 1.3L Aspire 1.3L Festiva 1.6L Capri 1.8L Escort/Tracer 1.9L Escort/Tracer 2.0L Probe 2.0L HP Zetec SVT Focus 2.2L Probe 2.3L OHC Ranger/Mustang 2.3L HSC Tempo/Topaz 2.3L HSC Tempo/Topaz 2.5L Probe 2.9L Bronco II (91)/Ranger(92) 3.0L (Vulcan) Aerostar/Ranger/Taurus/Sable 3.0L (Vulcan) Tempo/Topaz 3.0L (Vulcan) Probe 3.0L Villager 3.0L SHO Taurus 3.2L SHO Taurus 3.3L Villager 3.4L SHO Taurus 3.8L Taurus/Sable/Continental(95)/Thunderbird/Cougar(97) 3.9L Lincoln LS 4.0L Explorer/Mountaineer/Ranger/Aerostar(97) 4.0L Explorer/Mountaineer/Explorer Sport/Explorer Sport Trac/Ranger 4.0L Mustang 4.9L F-Series/E-Series/Bronco(92) 5.0L Mustang/Crown Victoria (91)/Grand Marquis(91) 5.0L Mustang Cobra 5.0L Thunderbird/Cougar/Mark VII(92) 5.0L F-Series/E-Series/Bronco 5.8L E-Series 5.8L F-Series/Bronco 5.8 L Crown Victoria Police/Grand Marquis 7.5L All Vehicles Recommend Motorcraft SAE 15W-40 6.0L DIT Diesel Vehicles (3) 7.3L DIT Diesel Vehicles (3) 7.3L Diesel Vehicles (3) Recommend Motorcraft SAE 5W-50 5.4L 4V GT (SC) ...
I bought my 1993 Ranger new in September of that year, picking one from the dealers’ inventory. The truck I selected had everything I wanted on it except for a tachometer, but I could live without that. Thirteen years and 146000 miles later I was investigating the oil pressure “idiot gauge” mod when I had the thought of replacing the instrument cluster with a tach model. I was able to find one at a local junkyard. The counter guy there assured me that it was from a 93 Explorer. It looked ok, and at ten bucks, the price was right. When I got it home I checked it over carefully. I found a tiny stamp that read “Date of Manufacture February 11 1992”. That seemed a little early for the 93 model year, so I traced out all of the connections on the cluster’s flex circuit. To my momentary dismay, practically none of the connections were in the same place as on my existing cluster. I surmised that the one I bought was from a 92 Explorer, and that Ford had done a wiring change between the 92 and 93 model years. I am an electronics engineer with over thirty years experience in avionics, communications, automation, and robotics. I’ve dealt with problems more complex than this! Physically, both clusters were the same. Same form, same connectors, same bolt patterns. After analyzing the situation it was clear that to make this work, it would be a simple matter of moving some of the wires in the two cluster connectors. What follows is a record of what I had to modify. DISCLAIMER: THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. WITHOUT LIMITATION, THERE IS NO WARRANTY OF NONINFRINGEMENT, NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, AND NO WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. ALL WARRANTIES ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. USER ASSUMES THE FULL RISK OF USING THIS DOCUMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY ACTUAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM SUCH USE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.
A service oil pan gasket and a new service oil pan gasket kit has been released for all 3.0L-2V “Vulcan” engines built from 1986-2001. The new service (only) gasket eliminates the need to attach the gasket to the block with a contact adhesive thus eliminating gasket creep (sideways) movement during installation. Slightly longer fasteners (bolts) have also been released and packaged in the kit. The old bolts must be replaced with the new ones. The new gasket is installed by placing it on the oil pan and not gluing it to the block. The bolts will still have to be torqued twice during installation and once after the engine has reached operating temperature. The torque value for the bolts has not changed and is the same as listed in the Workshop Manuals. Install the new service Oil Pan Gasket Service Kit (2U7Z-6710-AA). Refer to the following Service Procedure for details. SERVICE PROCEDURE Use the following revised Oil Pan Gasket Kit (2U7Z-6710-AA) installation procedure. 1. Remove the oil pan as instructed in the appropriate model year Service Work Shop Manual and discard the old gasket and fasteners (bolts). NOTE: The information in Technical Service Bulletins is intended for use by trained, professional technicians with the knowledge, tools, and equipment to do the job properly and safely. It informs these technicians of conditions that may occur on some vehicles, or provides information that could assist in proper vehicle service. The procedures should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers”. Do not assume that a condition described affects your car or truck. Contact a Ford, Lincoln, or Mercury dealership to determine whether the Bulletin applies to your...
Certain rear wheel bearings use the axle as an inner race; that is the bearing rollers ride directly on the axle shaft itself. At times, worn or pitted rollers, chipped or damaged bearings can wear a groove into the axle shaft. (See Fig. 1 on next page) Over time, the seal may also wear a groove into the axle shaft. (See Fig. 2 on next page) When this occurs it’s usually necessary to replace the axle shaft assembly, bearings and seal. A cost saving approach offered by SKF is an axle shaft repair bearing. The axle repair bearing assembly replaces both the bearing and the conventional seal requiring no additional parts. The repair bearing moves the position of the bearing and seal so that they ride on an unworn section of the axle shaft. Six part numbers R1559, R1561-F, R1561-G, R1563, R57509 and R59047 cover the most popular Chrysler, Ford and GM axles. Each repair bearing comes ready to install for fast and reliable service. Prior to replacement of the repair bearing assembly, the axle shaft should be examined for rust, corrosion, or imperfections that would prevent the bearing or seal from proper seating or sealing of the new repair bearing. The axle tube housing depth should be checked to ensure the repair bearing can be used for your application. The depth and inner dimension of the axle tube should be compared to the width and outside diameter of the repair bearing. Certain models have a narrowed axle tube that will not allow the repair bearing to be properly installed. If the axle tube has a bearing seat on the inside of the axle tube, measure the depth from the outside edge of the axle tube to the inside seat and compare this to your repair bearing width. This measurement will ensure the repair bearing can be properly seated. Next measure the axle tube inner dimension with a telescoping gauge; this will determine if the axle tube may narrow on the inside. If the axle tube does not narrow and the seat recess measurement is acceptable follow the guidelines on the following page for installation.
Since your 1999 Ford Ranger is such a large investment, you must be sure to put in a lot of effort to keep it running sufficiently. One of the most important maintenance routines is changing the engine oil. This routine is vital to the operation of your Ranger because it keeps the engine parts from rubbing against each other, which causes parts to fail and decreases the lifetime of your vehicle. Being able to change the oil in your Ranger is a useful skill that can save you time and money. This instruction set explains the steps involved in changing the oil in your 1999 Ford Ranger. NOTE: Before changing the oil in your 1999 Ford Ranger, you need to read this entire instruction set and if you find that you don’t feel comfortable performing all of these tasks, you should have a mechanic do them for you. You should change the oil in your 1999 Ford Ranger every 5,000 miles. Safety issues will be addressed within the instruction steps. DO NOT immediately change the oil if you have just driven the truck more than 20 miles. First let the oil cool down for at least ½ an hour since hot oil can be very harmful.