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  1. Well, the day has come, your beloved power antenna has stopped working. Although the service has been performed to a Thunderbird Antenna Module, this write up is intended to help diagnose and guide repairing the Taurus. I will be adding to this as I expand on this. The Thunderbird and Taurus antennas are very similar. The only difference is the top where it'd mount to the fender. The bottom half however, is the same, and this is what needs to be addressed. Removing from your car is quite simple. Remove the top nut, either be very careful and use needle nose pliers, or buy the tool from O'Rei
  2. For those curious, if your Gen 1 or Gen 2 Ford or Mercury branded vehicle has a keypad, and remote keyless entry, this procedure SHOULD work for you! (I say should, because there's always that what-if, or possible bad sensor in seat, or bad keypad. If you think this is an issue, diagnose each accordingly) Autolock Per the Ford Service manual from the 95 MY: NOTE: This feature is only available on vehicles with automatic transaxles. All doors will automatically lock after all the following steps are completed. l The autolock feature is activated. l The driver seat is occupied. l All doors ar
  3. Copying over some of my writeups here, good for if you wanna change your steering wheel out to leather and or leather w/ wood, or downgrade to the vinyl/rubber one from a base model. Or any other reason to remove the wheel. Note: Although this write up is for the Gen 4.5 with the upside down taco air bag. This write up will help in the aid of removing a Gen 2 and 3 Steering wheel. I hear the Gen 4.0 is a bit silly. This is easy to do. But before I start - Disclaimer time!: You are dealing with your Supplemental Restraint System Airbag. Airbags can cause harm or death when improperly handled
  4. Just a simple howto, removing a Gen 2, and possibly Gen 1 with floor shifters, this is how you do it First, it is easier to shift into 1st, then climb into the passenger seat. Second, locate this U Hook. Your shifter is made of a soft plastic, so you can wedge a flat headed screw driver in, and gently pry it out, then remove it. After this has been removed, you may need to pull up pretty hard, but the shifter will come out. This gives you total access to remove the PRNODD1 panel to clean it thoroughly from years of dirt. Installation is simple, put the shifter back in the same positio
  5. This is fairly simple in theory, but only hard part is when you have wires up the ass under your dash for: Alarm/Remote Starter, PATS Bypass, Custom EATC, Subwoofer in trunk, etc etc. Basically, it is a direct swap, 13mm sockets for everything, I recommend having a deep well, and a ton of extension bars to get around it. Removal of pedals: Take off the lower dash trim (2 8mm bolts, then yank off) Take pin off brake pedal going to master cylinder (You'll see a rod with a yellow pin) Note how the brake switch is wired in on the car to install. Take off the cable linkage to accelerator: Protip
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