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Old 08-19-2005, 06:01   #1 (permalink)
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engine access cover in AEROSTAR VAN

I SEEMED TO HAVE YANKED OUT MY ACCESS COVER TO THE ENGINE TO MY 94 FORD
AEROSTAR AND DIDN'T WATCH HOW I DID IT.(IT WAS JUST TO DAM HOT IN THERE IF
YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN?) SO CAN ANYBODY HELP AND EXPLAIN TO ME HOW TO PUT IT
BACK IN PLACE AND SNAP THE CLIPS?

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Old 08-19-2005, 11:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: engine access cover in AEROSTAR VAN

cheveronjim wrote:
> I SEEMED TO HAVE YANKED OUT MY ACCESS COVER TO THE ENGINE TO MY 94 FORD
> AEROSTAR AND DIDN'T WATCH HOW I DID IT.(IT WAS JUST TO DAM HOT IN THERE IF
> YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN?) SO CAN ANYBODY HELP AND EXPLAIN TO ME HOW TO PUT IT
> BACK IN PLACE AND SNAP THE CLIPS?
>


Top in 1st, get it seated up well & snug, latches should be close at
this point to hook & secure.

Rob
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Old 08-19-2005, 12:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: engine access cover in AEROSTAR VAN

On Fri, 19 Aug 2005 08:35:54 -0400, "cheveronjim"
<cheveronjim@nvtel.net> wrote:

>I SEEMED TO HAVE YANKED OUT MY ACCESS COVER TO THE ENGINE TO MY 94 FORD
>AEROSTAR AND DIDN'T WATCH HOW I DID IT.(IT WAS JUST TO DAM HOT IN THERE IF
>YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN?) SO CAN ANYBODY HELP AND EXPLAIN TO ME HOW TO PUT IT
>BACK IN PLACE AND SNAP THE CLIPS?



Very carefully.
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Old 08-19-2005, 19:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: engine access cover in AEROSTAR VAN

trainfan1 I'v tried that, IT SEEMS THAT THE RUBBER PIECE ABOVE THE CARPET
GOES WAY UP INSIDE THE DASHBOARD AND IT GITS TO HOT HERE IN VEGAS BEFORE I
CAN LOOK UP IN THE DASH.( I START SWEATING LIKE A PIGGY AND CAN'T SEE
ANYTHING, BUT MY FRUSTRATION. THANKS ANYWAY.

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Old 08-19-2005, 19:01   #5 (permalink)
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Re: engine access cover in AEROSTAR VAN

TO NOSPAM.CLARE.NCE@SNY.DER NOT TO GET SMART BUT I FIGURED THAT MUCH,
MAYBE I'LL TAKE IT DOWN TO THE TUNEUP SHOP AND LET THEM DO IT . HAVE A
NICE DAY WEREVER YOU ARE .

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Old 08-20-2005, 10:01   #6 (permalink)
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Re: engine access cover in AEROSTAR VAN

"cheveronjim" <cheveronjim@nvtel.net> wrote in
news:46074bec1ae9ec5507ec0aca9fd92054@localhost.talkaboutautos.com:

> I SEEMED TO HAVE YANKED OUT MY ACCESS COVER TO THE ENGINE TO MY 94
> FORD AEROSTAR AND DIDN'T WATCH HOW I DID IT.(IT WAS JUST TO DAM HOT IN
> THERE IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN?) SO CAN ANYBODY HELP AND EXPLAIN TO ME
> HOW TO PUT IT BACK IN PLACE AND SNAP THE CLIPS?
>


Well, CJ has prolly left, but the key to easy replacement is to pull the
shifter fully back, dip the top of cover under dash and swing cover down.

As it sits,loose, make sure all latches are back and out of way, then push
forward into place, I latch top first.
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