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Old 06-14-2005, 01:04   #1 (permalink)
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Re: Re: 92 Grand Marquis, no oil pressure

"Tom Adkins" wrote:
> F.H. wrote:
> >
> > Please let us know with the same subject line how this

> project
> > progresses. Got me really curious now. :)
> >
> > Frank

>
> Me too. I can't say I've seen a 4.6 fail catastrophically
> unless it was badly abused.
>
> Check out Ebay for a set of manuals for your car, they
> aren't expensive and are
> worth their weight in gold. For your 92, you should be able to
> find the shop manuals
> on CD for about $10. Paper will usually be more.
>
>   Good luck, Tom


Ok I got a manual and have been trying for hours to get the darn fan
off. what is the trick? the motor turns pretty freely, i am now
thinking that the car jumped time back and forth, but I just want to
get it apart for visual inspection, but man o man it won’t budge

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Old 06-14-2005, 01:04   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Re: 92 Grand Marquis, no oil pressure

"jshanab" wrote:
> Ok I got a manual and have been trying for hours to get the
> darn fan off. what is the trick? the motor turns pretty
> freely, i am now thinking that the car jumped time back and
> forth, but I just want to get it apart for visual inspection,
> but man o man it won't budge


Not possible. Had to remove fan bolts and cut shroud. What a piece of
@#$#. How can they give you a torque value on the fan clutch extension
when the shaft is on bearings and the belt cant hold it tight enough
to break it free or torque it during assemply. I smell special spanner
tool that uses 2 of the pully bolts?

Now I am trying to get the valve covers off, but the bolts on the end
are really hard to get to. The manual I got off of ebay is on CD and I
am beginning to thing it is not from ford, they couldn’t have such
crappy manuals. Is there a trick, like unbolting motor mounts and
sliding motor forward? or something to allow access to bolts?
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