Thanks for the insight guys. After I got the center bolt loose, the pully hub came right off. I used a pipe wrench (pics below) with the handle pinned against the steering linkage to hold the crank. Interesting observation, one of the four bolts for the hub line up with the keyway. It...
Whe the timing belt broke on my 93 2.3, I had to turn the wheel several times to get it turned around and pointed back to the house. Today, while lust looking around under the hood, I noticed several things were wet on the drivers side of the engine bay. There was a puddle of fluid in the...
Getting ready to change out a broken timing belt. It let go at about 30mph while decelerating to a stop. Should I be concerned about internal damage to pistons? Does anyone know the built in advance of the cam?
Thanks, 2Krngr. Had the alignment done and everything is in spec but it still pulls right a bit. I do have to replace the sway bar link on the passenger side but not sure if that will make a difference.
Worked great. I have seen others talk about having to drill one hole but I didn't have to. All three bolts lined up on the passenger side and the hole in the bottom of the frame on the drivers side was already there.
So, these "L" shaped x-members can be found on 91-94 Explorers and various Rangers up to mid 90's? Any certain clues (options) to know which rangers might have this one? Needing to do this swap out of necessity.
Looking for a source or two for getting a new trans crossmember for my 93 2.3l 5-speed. Anyone ever have to shop for one of these? Tried LMC Truck and no luck. Mine is rusted through the side where the rubber passes through on the drivers side.
Yup, ring gear messed up BAD. Going to replace the whole flywheel as it is not much more $$$ than just the gear. My Crossmember is bad though. Anyone have any sources for a new one? No luck on Summit or LMC Truck.