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|12-18-2009, 06:14 AM||#1|
2000 Sport SOHC 2WD
Join Date: May 2009
2000StreetRod's Helpful thread list
Listed below are threads I've generated to try to help other Explorer owners:
Starter No crank procedure
Engine No Start Procedure
PCM Power Procedure
Lean condition procedure
Engine misfire procedure
TPS Test Procedure
Fuel Pump Electrical Procedure
Fuel pressure test procedure
MAF Sensor Test Procedure
Idle adjustment procedure
Why change fuel filter?
SOHC PCV Valve Mod thru 2000
Replacing Camber/Caster Bolts
Remote crank control installation
EGR System O&T
Timing chain rattle resolution process - SOHC V6
SOHC V6 Timing Chain Related PNs
Rear Timing Chain Tensioner Replacement
Starting my 00M12 Installation
SOHC V6 Timing Chain Inspection & Repair
SOHC V6 Camshaft Timing
SOHC V6 Engine Removal Procedure
SOHC V6 Timing Chain Parts Removal Procedure
SOHC V6 Rear Cassette Replacement
SOHC Throttle Cable Mod
2000 SOHC PCM Data
My Helpful Threads, Registry, 16.4/23 mpg, 3900 lbs, 5R55E, 3.73:1, 175 rwhp, Henson custom tune, CAI, Spectre air filter, Lightning 90mm MAF, 75mm throttle body, A/F ratio meter, synthetic oils, Accusump, 2 row radiator, 3+1 leaf springs, .75 inch drop, Edelbrock IAS lowering shocks, engine oil & ATF temp gauge & remote filters & coolers, remote crank
Last edited by 2000StreetRod; 05-13-2011 at 10:06 AM.
|10-27-2011, 10:41 PM||#4|
Join Date: Jul 2011
Your detailed documentation has not only saved me a great deal of money and frustration but also lead me to be a better mechanic. I truely appreciate the great deal of time you have spent putting these procedures together.
|02-20-2013, 08:59 AM||#5|
Virginia Beach, VA
Join Date: Jan 2011
Just to add a little.
Did not take engine out. Main tensioner broken as well as tensioner on balance shaft. Managed to get new balance shaft tensioner in without taking engine out. Took new spring off new base, notched the spring on the end that goes on the pin, bent old (still mounted) base down a little, installed new spring on old base (was not too easy, just be persistent), bent old base back into place. Did not take crank sprocket off either.
|02-20-2013, 01:44 PM||#6|
Living in Greenland
'00 V8 XLT
Join Date: Oct 2007
To add a little to...?
I'd post that in the actual thread, it's out of context here...
|02-20-2013, 02:15 PM||#7|
Old and in the way
Join Date: Jun 2003
I stuck this to the top of the sub forum, then closed this thread. That way people can post in the appropriate forum as Joe suggested. You should still be able to edit your first post should you have other good tips.
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