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CABIN AIR FILTER - Hastings Filters
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CABIN AIR FILTER IDENTIFICATION / INSTALLATION FORD AFC1111 Ford Escort ZX2, Focus, Transit Connect OE: Fits: Size: XS4H-16N619-AB, XS4Z-19N619-AA, YS4Z-19N619-DB 2002-03 Ford Escort ZX2 2000-11 Ford Focus 2010-on Ford Transit Connect 13 3/4 x 8 21/32 x 1 3/16 (349.3 x 219.9 x 30.2) A Hood Cowl Cowl Windshield Hood Windshield Clips 1. Place windshield wipers in upright position. 2. Open hood. 3. Undo clips on passenger side of cowl by pushing in on front of clips. 4. Remove cap on fastener in center of cowl. Unscrew halfway and pull out. Notice: 5. Remove passenger side of cowl by sliding out from under driver side of cowl. 6. Replace filter and reassemble. The information provided is based on the latest authoritative information available at press time. However, due to manufacturers’ changes, and year and model variations, Hastings Premium Filters cannot be responsible for misapplications and instruction errors. F420-AFC1111 (131279) (R 2/12) © 2012 Hastings Premium Filters Printed in U.S.A.

Air Filter Installation Instructions - Ford F250/ F350/ F450/ F550 ...

Air Filter Installation Instructions - Ford F250/ F350/ F450/ F550/ Excursion V8-6.0L (TD) Power Stroke Year '03-'06 '03-'06 '03-'06 '03-'06 '03-'06 Model F250 F350 F450 F550 Excursion 10-10100 / 71-10100 Part # Tools Required: Knife Parts List: 1 Air Filter Ford Make: Engine V8-6.0L V8-6.0L V8-6.0L V8-6.0L V8-6.0L (TD) (TD) (TD) (TD) (TD) Step 1 Remove the intake system which includes the air filter. Separate the air filter from the intake system. Step 2 With a knife or sharp blade carefully cut along the edge of the OE air filter from the side opposite seal. Discard the air filter internals. Step 4 Carefully slide the air filter into the canister as shown above. Pay close attention to the alignment of the mounting slots relative to the filter housing. Step 3 Re-assemble the air filter assembly. Verify engagement grooves are positioned as shown to ensure correct installation. Reinstall assembly back into engine. 06-80133 Note: Filter Cleaning and Re-oiling: When cleaning your aFe filter, be sure to use only aFe’s “Restore Kit” aFe P/N: 90-50000 gold oil aerosol, or aFe P/N: 90-50500 gold squeeze bottle oil

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NOTE: FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND NOT USING THE PROVIDED HARDWARE MAY DAMAGE THE INTAKE TUBE, THROTTLE BODY AND ENGINE. TO START: 1. Turn off the ignition and disconnect the negative battery cable. NOTE: Disconnecting the negative battery cable erases pre-programmed electronic memories. Write down all memory settings before disconnecting the negative battery cable. Some radios will require an anti-theft code to be entered after the battery is reconnected. The anti-theft code is typically supplied with your owner’s manual. In the event your vehicles’ anti-theft code cannot be recovered, contact an authorized dealership to obtain your vehicles anti-theft code. 2. Disconnect the mass air sensor electrical connection. 3. Rotate the crank case vent hose locking ring and pull the crank case vent hose off of the air filter housing. Unhook wiring harness retaining clip from the air box. 3b. Pull up on the heater control valve and wiring harness mounting clips to unhook them from the air box mounting studs as shown. 4. Remove the four air box mounting bolts shown with a 10mm socket. 7. On vehicles that are equipped with the intake tube support bracket, remove the two 13mm nuts securing the intake tube support bracket, remove the intake tube support bracket. 8. On vehicles that are equipped with the intake tube support bracket, reinstall one of the 13mm nuts removed in step #7 onto the lower mounting stud and tighten. 5. Remove the intake tube mounting bolt shown. 9. Disconnect the TPS sensor electrical connection from the throttle body. 10. Remove the four 10mm bolts retaining the throttle body to the intake manifold. 3a. On vehicles equipped, disconnect the brake booster vent line from the air filter housing as shown. 6. Remove the entire intake tube & air filter assembly from the vehicle. NOTE: K&N Engineering, Inc., recommends that customers do not discard factory air intake.

Cabin Air Filter Installation Guide - Pentius® automotive parts

FILTER PLACEMENT: Under Dash (pass side) QTY : 1 Installation: (5 ~ 10 min.) CAUTION Easy Moderate Difficult Ensure ignition switch is OFF before attempting to change the Cabin Air Filter! Professional Cabin Air Filter Installation Guide • FORD Expedition (1997 - 2003) • Ford F150, 250, 350 (1997 - 2004) • Lincoln Navigator (1999 - 2004) Blackwood (02) INSTRUCTIONS:* 1. Locate the Cabin Air Filter access panel under the glove box. (passenger side). 2. Remove the screws and set the access panel aside. 3. Remove and replace the used cabin air filter with a new Pentius Cabin Air Filter. 4. Verify that the air flow arrows are in the correct direction if noted on filter. 5. Replace all components in the reverse order of removal. * Note that Cabin Air filter replacement instructions may be representative for certain vehicles. 1055 W. Victoria St. Compton, CA 90220 Tel.: (877)852-5000 Fax: (310)669-2026 © 2005 Pentius Auto Parts, All Rights Reserved.

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This comprehensive plan covers a spectrum of manufacturer-recommended maintenance services, including normal wear items. Plans must be purchased before the earlier of 3 years or 36,000 miles from the warranty start date. The Ford ESP Premium Maintenance Plan is available up to the time and mileage intervals listed below. Coverage begins at the New Vehicle Limited Warranty start date and zero miles. Choose the plan that best matches your driving habits. At each service interval, your vehicle undergoes a comprehensive multipoint inspection as indicated in your Owner’s Scheduled Maintenance Guide: Ford Cab & Chassis Vehicles A variety of unique time/mileage options are available. See your dealer for details. The “Normal Wear” Items Ford ESP’s Premium Maintenance Plan covers the following items if they fail due to normal wear: • Spark plugs (except in CA) • Shock absorbers • Clutch disc • Engine belts, hoses and hose clamps • Brake pads and linings • Wiper blades First-Day Rental Option You can purchase rental assistance, too. With this added coverage, you’ll be reimbursed for a rental vehicle up to two days whenever you leave your car at the dealer for covered maintenance services. Features of Premium Maintenance Plans Scheduled Maintenance Coverage Major Component Coverage Limited Wear Item Coverage Deductible per Repair Visit First-Day Rental Option Roadside Assistance Transferable to Subsequent Owner FULL Synthetic Oil Option...

AirQualitee Cabin Air Filters Catalog - AutoPartSource

Cabin Air Filters What is a cabin filter? Cabin filters are a recent addition to the automotive world. Cabin filters were first used in vehicles in Europe in the 1980’s. By the mid 1990’s they started migrating to popular domestic vehicles such as the Ford Taurus and Ford Contour. The function of a cabin filter is to filter the air that enters the vehicle through its ventilation system. The result is cleaner air in the passenger cabin of the vehicle. This helps to keep the interior of the vehicle cleaner and aides in the reduction of contaminants, such as pollen, soot, road dust, etc. Why is it important to service cabin filters? Like other maintenance products cabin filters have a scheduled service requirement. Once the cabin filter has reached its life expectancy, its ability to perform diminishes. As the filter media becomes saturated with dirt, its ability to allow air to flow through the media is restricted. This can adversely affect the way the air conditioning cools the vehicle’s cabin. It can also limit the defrost system's ability to clear the windshield. Why the AirQualitee cabin filter program? The AirQualitee cabin filter program includes point of sale merchandise to aid the market in educating the public and raising awareness of cabin filters. The program is constructed in a manner to dispel myths like: • Cabin filters are too difficult to service – most can be serviced very easily. • No one knows where the cabin filters are in the vehicle – we identify the location in our catalog and installation instructions. • Cabin filters take too long to service – most can be changed in under 15 minutes. ...


The following procedure has been provided to assist with air filter removal or installation during service. NOTE THE CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE INLET BELL MOUTH AND THE GOR (GRILL OPENING REINFORCEMENT) VARIES BETWEEN VEHICLES. IN THIS STEP, JUST ENOUGH CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE INLET COVER AND THE FILTERS 2 INLET WINDOWS IS NEEDED SO THE FILTER DOES NOT GET HUNG ON THE INLET. NOTE COVER SHOULD BE AT APPROXIMATELY 15 DEGREES FROM FILTER, AND VISIBLE GAP ONLY AT THE TOP, AS THE TABS ARE STILL ENGAGED AT THE BOTTOM. ISSUE Some 2003 F250-550 Super Duty and Excursion vehicles equipped with a 6.0L Powerstroke engine, may exhibit a difficult to remove or replace air filter assembly during service. ACTION 1. Release 4 toggle clamps located on top of assembly (Figure 1). 2. Lift inlet slightly, enough to disengage the 2 tabs on the bottom of the inlet cover from the 2 windows on bottom of the filter inlet, and push it forward toward front of vehicle as shown in Figures 2 and 3. Separate the outlet cover from the filter by pushing on top of cover as shown in Figure 4. 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 vehicle. Copyright © 2003 Ford Motor Company ...

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April 13, 2011 CONTROL ARMS Part number/ Numéro de pièce MK80716 MK80717 MK80718 MK80719 MS101057 MS101058 MS101128 MS101129 MS101130 MS101131 MS101143 MS101144 MS101147 MS101148 MS251029 MS40151 MS40152 USCA0111-1 Description/ Description Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Control Arm Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Control Arm Assembly Control Arm Assembly Vehicle Qty/ Véhicule Qté and Ball Joint and Ball Joint and Ball Joint and Ball Joint and Ball Joint Application/Application 2006-2004 2006-2004 2006-2004 2006-2004 2005-2004 2005-2004 2005-2004 2005-2004 Ford Expedition Lincoln Navigator Ford Expedition Lincoln Navigator Ford Expedition Lincoln Navigator Ford Expedition Lincoln Navigator and Ball Joint and Ball Joint and Ball Joint and Ball Joint and Ball Joint and Ball Joint and Ball Joint 2010-2007 BMW X5/X6 2004-2001 Volvo 940 2004-2001 Volvo 940 1995-1994 Saab 900 1995-1994 Saab 900 2010-2007 BMW X5/X6 2010-2007 BMW X5/X6 2009-2006 Volkswagen Golf/GTI/Jetta/Rabbit 2009-2006 Volkswagen Golf/GTI/Jetta/Rabbit and Ball Joint 2010-2007 BMW X5/X6 and Ball Joint 1999-1994 Dodge Ram 1500/2500 2009-2008 Ford Flex/Taurus 2009-2008 Mercury Sable 2009-2008 Ford Flex/Taurus 2009-2008 Mercury Sable 2006-2000 Ford Taurus 2005-2000 Mercury Sable 2006-2000 Ford Taurus 2005-2000 Mercury Sable 2006-2000 Ford Taurus 2005-2000 Mercury Sable 2010-2007 Buick Enclave 2010-2007 Chevrolet Traverse 2010-2007 GMC Acadia 2010-207 Saturn Outlook 2010-2007 Buick Enclave 2010-2007 Chevrolet Traverse 2010-2007 GMC Acadia 2010-207 Saturn Outlook 2010-2004 Chevrolet Avalanche/Suburban/Tahoe 2009-2004 GMC Yukon ...

The History of Cars throughout the Years | Cars have come a long way since the 1920s. Now cars are as much about style as they are about function. Ford has been around since the 1920s, when they took the world by storm with the arrival of the Model T. This allowed people who previously could not afford a car to have one, and this offered huge opportunities to the masses. Since then, Ford has continued to offer affordable car models for those looking to have a reliable car that didn’t cost a fortune.

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The new Ford Everest is built to Ford's legendary tough standards, to ensure that in whatever terrain, the Everest lives up to the challenge. A perfect combination of power, style, comfort and safety, the exciting new Everest can take on anything the road throws at it. Kitted with a sturdy under-body shield, the Everest is ready to take on any challenge. The unique overlapped, cross-braced chassis adds to its muscle. Get used to the feeling of absolute power as you rev ahead and make your own way. The all new Ford Everest owes its power to the best-in-class 3-litre Duratorq TDCi engine, delivering 156PS of power and 380Nm torque to give you the true 4x4 experience. You also have the option of a 2.5 litre Duratorq TDCi engine that delivers 143PS of power and 330Nm torque, adding quickness and agility to ultimate driving comfort. Transmit all the whopping power from the 3.0 L engine to the wheels with an automatic transmission, after all true power is also about effortless driving. With the Everest, Ford has employed ultra-modern technology to create an ultra-responsive SUV that converts every last drop of fuel into refined power. Duratorq Common-Rail TDCi engine delivering high torque (380 Nm) at just 1,800 RPM (3.0L) Spacious interior with 7-seater capability More space for more action Versatile - Go anywhere The space inside the Ford Everest contrasts the harsh terrain on the outside. With innovative storage spaces, all-new plush interiors and refreshed intrument panels, your ride will be as comfortable as it can be. Add double folding 2nd row seats and lots of space for tackling those oversized holiday bags and gears and you have an off roader with maxed-out space. Shift-on-the-fly 4x4 in style When the terrain needs tackling, just roll up your sleeves and shift to 4x4 mode on the fly (for automatic transmission only). With traction evenly supplied to all 4 wheels, the powerful new Everest gets you through any tricky spot with the confidence that only a trailblazer can boast them. Ergonomically-designed gear shift with shift-on-the-fly Safety Features Double folding 2nd row seats enhances its already large storage space ...