Cabin air filter replacement- Mercury Sable
Purchase this filter at: http://www.filterheads.com/AQ1100
This filter fits Ford Taurus 2005-2009 and Mercury Sable 2005. The model shown in this video is a 2000 Mercury Sable, but installation is similar on the other models.
1995 Ford Crown Victoria Cooling System Flush
This video shows you how to drain and flush the coolant on the 4.6L Crown Victoria, Mercury Marquis, and Lincoln Town car. Most people don't flush their coolant regularly which can lead to expensive repairs such as leaking radiators, bad water pumps, leaking heater cores, leaking freeze plugs, and worst yet, bad head gaskets. These can all be avoided by regular cooling system draining and flushing.
Even though manufactures now use Hybrid Organic Acid Technology (HOAT) or Organic Acid Technology (OAT) long life coolant which they claim never needs changing, it's always a good idea to drain and flush this coolant anyway to remove any debris and refresh the anti-corrosion additives. It's not hard to do and is cheap insurance against expensive repairs. (12/22/2012)
1997 Mercury Sable
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2002 ford taurus heatercore change part 4.AVI
The metal support brackets are so thin under the dash, you can literally bend the support bars back into position by hand. After replacing the removed molding and glueing it back in place, you couldn't even hardly notice it was there. And if you cut the molding by the glove box screws in just the right place, the one screw actually will help hold it in place as well.
Cobra Engine Build Part 1
This will be the first in a series on the engine build for my Cobra. This is a 351W bored 0.030" with a 408 stroker crank. The intake was converted to fuel injection and featured in a previous video. I will list components as much as I can.
Mercury Sable/ Ford Taurus Coolant Leak/ Oil Leak Repair Part 3
WATCH IN 720P HD PLEASE RATE, COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE!!! Part 3 The Y pipe, starter, are removed and I'm working on removing the oil pan. At this point the job has not been all that bad beside having to deal with a ton of oil, dirt, grime, covered motor. Thank god for engine cleaner and PB blaster which has saved me a lot of time. I will have Part 4 up shortly. Thanks for your views and support!
Video taken with the sony dsc-h55 14.1 mega pixel 25mm wide angle lens