|09-07-2013 11:35 AM|
[QUOTE=Highball116;4867447]Yes, I've found that owners of the old Escort wagons really like their cars. They're just the right size, but unfortunately the head gaskets pop like corn at a multiplex. Or cherries on prom night, whichever you prefer.
Thanks for the laugh!!!!!!!
|09-07-2013 10:27 AM|
You guys are silly, just unbolt the lower bolt from the fender and drive down the road, the care will make a thump, pull to the right a bit and tear it off, bam, easy access.
|09-07-2013 10:03 AM|
Yes, I've found that owners of the old Escort wagons really like their cars. They're just the right size, but unfortunately the head gaskets pop like corn at a multiplex. Or cherries on prom night, whichever you prefer.
|09-07-2013 09:04 AM|
|Edgenet||I am not a big fan of fords they always seem to do crazy thinks on all their cars and trucks. I do like buying Focus station wagons and fixing them up and re-selling. People love small wagons to bad most manufacturers stopped making them.|
|09-06-2013 04:09 PM|
|amc49||Yeah, kinda stupid they didn't extend the tube and bend sideways so it fit in a precut hole in inner fenderwell there. It would've even resulted in more accumulator sales when people sideload the part and crack it if designed right. Ford engineer asleep that day from too much partying the night before.........|
|09-06-2013 10:41 AM|
|jims shadetree||Or use cutoff wheel n make an access flap|
|09-06-2013 10:32 AM|
|texasborn||That's just crazy. Thanks for all the help. Now I know why I could not find it.|
|09-06-2013 05:53 AM|
|09-06-2013 01:42 AM|
|mikebontoft||Remove engine, drop fuel tank and remove the left rear parking brake assembly to access the low pressure port located near the right front wheel.|
|09-06-2013 12:22 AM|
|amc49||Or simply lie on your back and fit the hose up on top of the accumulator. No parts removed at all, and no jack.|
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