Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
Would you mind posting a detailed question like what year the car is and engine size what does NC mean? If this is a old Fairlane it's bolted to the timing cover on the left side but if your in a different country then the U.S.A. THERE ARE DIFFERENT MODELS AND YEARS OF THE VEHICLE PLEASE SPECIFY WHAT YOU HAVE AND WHERE YOU ARE OK IT'S IMPORTANT TO HELP YOU SOLVE YOUR QUESTION
Posted on Oct 13, 2019
QUITE LIKELY IN THE FUEL TANK
Posted on Oct 13, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
replace the engine ground from the battery to engine and to the body sounds like bad grounds . seen this before fords are sensitive to grounds .hope this helps Thunderboltz please rate if this helps.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
SOURCE: I have s ford fairlane
If your fuel tank release has failed, go into trunk/boot and pull back liner on side (fuel filler side) and you will find a cable made for emergency access to fuel filler.
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
SOURCE: i want to bleed the
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To avoid serious burns, allow engine coolant to cool down first.
Radiator Drain Plug:
Climb under the front of car and look for a 'see though' hole in the body/shroud (possible on driver's side).
You should see a screw plug, connecting to the botton tank of your radiator. Depending on the age of radiator, the plug will be either a WingNut type (undo by hand), or a 13mm hex bolt (with a phillips head) - you may need to use a long sock/extension to undo the plug, but ensure you do not overtighten as it's only plastic.
Note: if you simply cannot get at your drain plug, then just remove the bottom radiator hose as an alternative.
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Posted on Jun 11, 2011
That hole is there to allow fuel that is escaping through a hole in the diaphragm to exit outside and not into the sump. Replace the pump with a new unit as it will almost as expensive to fit a kit.
Posted on Mar 20, 2013
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