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Old 05-28-2010, 12:23 AM
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Hey Charlie, whats that fix?????????

Saved the pics you sent now just tell me how to fix that thing I don't think there is a Ford dealer close by
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that part HAS to be instaled by ford, it is a recall, and needs to be put in to keep your car from catching fire even when parked, but it won't make the cruise work if not working now. check to see if the harness is hooked up,or burned, the linkage is hooked up on the throttle body, etc. do you have a airbag code flashing? does your horn work?
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that part HAS to be instaled by ford, it is a recall, and needs to be put in to keep your car from catching fire even when parked, but it won't make the cruise work if not working now. check to see if the harness is hooked up,or burned, the linkage is hooked up on the throttle body, etc. do you have a airbag code flashing? does your horn work?
No airbag light and no the horn is not working
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Air Bag Sliding Contact AKA Clockspring.

WARNING:
THE ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT FOR AIR BAG DEPLOYMENT IS POWERED DIRECTLY FROM THE BATTERY AND BACKUP POWER SUPPLY. TO AVOID ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY, THE BATTERY POSITIVE CABLE MUST BE DISCONNECTED FOR A MINIMUM OF ONE MINUTE BEFORE BEGINNING WORK TO DE-ENERGIZE THE BACKUP POWER SUPPLY.
Removal

1. CAUTION: Be sure air bag sliding contact internal lock is engaged. Hub should not turn more than 45 degrees in either direction.

Make sure that vehicle's front wheels (1007) are in the straight-ahead position and steering column shaft alignment mark is at the 12 o'clock position.

2. Disconnect battery to starter relay cable (14300) for at least one minute to let the air bag backup power supply discharge.

3. Remove steering wheel (3600).

4. Remove steering column upper and lower steering column shrouds (3530).

5. Disconnect three air bag sliding contact electrical connectors from main wiring (14401) at steering column bend bracket.

6. Using door trim removal tool, remove air bag sliding contact electrical connectors from bend bracket.

7. CAUTION: Do not remove wire harness clips from wire bundle.

Using door trim removal tool, disconnect two wire harness clips from column.

8. Remove key warning buzzer contact and anti-theft contact from ignition lock cylinder pocket of steering column tube flange (3511).

9. Remove air bag sliding contact (14A664) by pushing snap back at 6 o'clock position first, then 3 o'clock position, then 12 o'clock position and remove from steering shaft.

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Installation

1. Make sure that vehicle's front wheels are in the straight-ahead position and steering column shaft alignment mark is at the 12 o'clock position.

2. Align air bag sliding contact to column shaft and mounting tabs and slide onto shaft. Push on air bag sliding contact to snap three tabs onto steering column tube flange.

3. Install air bag sliding contact cable clips into holes in steering column.

4. Install air bag sliding contact connector retainers into provided holes in steering column bend bracket.

5. Plug main wiring harness connectors into three air bag sliding contact connectors.

6. Install key warning buzzer contact and anti-theft contact into ignition lock cylinder pocket in steering column tube flange. Make sure contacts do not slip out of ignition lock cylinder pocket.

7. Install upper and lower steering column shrouds.

8. Install steering wheel.

9. NOTE: When the battery has been disconnected and reconnected, some abnormal drive symptoms may occur while the powertrain control module (PCM) (12A650) relearns its adaptive strategy. The vehicle may need to be driven 10 miles or more to relearn the strategy.

Connect battery to starter relay cable.

10. Verify air bag warning indicator operation.
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Thanks Charlie I do have to do that maybe, I don't plan on havtng it much longer so just might trash the car
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Thanks Charlie I do have to do that maybe, I don't plan on havtng it much longer so just might trash the car
keep the drive train, 4.6 is a bad a$$ powerplant. would make a great rod. plus the disc brakes on the 8.8 rear.it's got a project written all over it. mabe a low rider 4x2 bronco II?
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keep the drive train, 4.6 is a bad a$$ powerplant. would make a great rod. plus the disc brakes on the 8.8 rear.it's got a project written all over it. mabe a low rider 4x2 bronco II?
motor is shot and no place to keep it and no means of getting it out. LOWRIDER aint nothin I own riden low but would love to have the rear isc on the rear of the BII
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