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2009 Ford Expedition A/C Condenser Motorcraft

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2011 Ford F-150 A/C Condenser Motorcraft

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CSF
2008 Ford Focus A/C Condenser CSF

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2008 - Ford Focus
American Condenser
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2008 - Ford Focus
CSF
2008 Ford Taurus A/C Condenser CSF

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2008 - Ford Taurus
TYC
2008 Ford Crown Victoria A/C Condenser TYC

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2008 - Ford Crown Victoria
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2008 - Ford Crown Victoria
TYC
2007 Ford Crown Victoria A/C Condenser TYC

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TYC
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TYC
1990 Ford Bronco II A/C Condenser TYC

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1992 Ford Escort A/C Condenser Vista-Pro

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Koyo Cooling
2000 Ford Focus A/C Condenser Koyo Cooling

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TYC
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American Condenser
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CSF
1997 Ford Taurus A/C Condenser CSF

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1997 - Ford Taurus
American Condenser
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Green Eggs and Dragging Start....Suess Anyone?

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Question From P0E2005 on Green Eggs and Dragging Start....Suess Anyone?

Ok...I have a little 1999 Ford Escort..Been Great..No problems....Until a few weeks ago...Alternator went..Drained the Battery...Broke Down..Replaced Alternator...Charged Battery..Bada Bing..I'm Driving again..

Then...

Recently the car has had issues Starting...It will drag..for a few minutes..till it will finally start..The other day..my windshield wipers were moving slower than normal..and Today...The Car wouldn't even turn over...I jumped it and it started up and ran..So I'm assuming the Battery Has gone bad...I mean it's an '07 Battery..maybe it's time..and I imagine draining it with the failed alternator didn't help..

ALSO...Yesterday in Traffic..We started getting a pleasant Rotten Egg smell from the AC..and it is suprisingly persistent..Doesn't happen always..but it does happen often.

I've heard a few things cause this..Bad/Leaking Cat...Fuel injection Problems...Mold/Milder in AC condenser...But I have also heard it's a classic sign of an Overcharged Battery/Bad Batter Cell

So is it safe to assume the two issues are connected?...And Fixing the Battery Issue will rid me of the Eggs?...But what is an "Overcharged Battery"...i mean..Bad Cell..I get that..But replacing the battery won't fix overcharging will it?..Would that be an alternator issue?..I mean..It's Brand new...

Any Ideas?

Response From P0E2005 Top Rated Answer

WOW Thanks P0E2005,

I'm sure glad you responded so quickly to my dire situation. This sure is the bestest car repair forum on the net! And yes, I have had encounters with Hammertime in the past and He is Swell!

I went right out and Bought the Battery Just like you said and it corrected all issues! Thanks for letting me know your Opinion, because Spending $90.00 without knowing if it would even help the problem...well that would just be crazy!

Thanks Again CarJunky.com!

Response From P0E2005

Well P0E2005 , I am sure you probably need at least somewhat of an answer to your question before you go out and buy a $90.00 Battery, and seeing as your car is dead in the water, it would be best to provide you with a timely response!

I mean that IS what this Forum is ALL about right? Providing Helpless people lik you with knowledge when you need it, I mean. Hammertime is Great at it!

Yes, the Rotten Egg smell is most likely a bad battery cell creating a sulfur smell, which is Surely the cause of your poor Start. Even though both the Smell and Bad Start could be indicative of Fuel Injection Issues, I believe this is your problem seeing as you had previously put a lot of strain on a relatively older battery when the Alternator Failed.

Good Luck my Friend!

Response From Sidom

They make a pill for that now......


I guess I missed it as well.......glad you figured it out...

Response From P0E2005

I actually wasn't getting any smoke....

Everyone kept saying.."Mold in the Condenser, Mold, Mold, Mold"....

But I mean...Mold wouldn't just BAM and you can't breathe one day while in traffic...

It all worked out...With THAT car anyway...I swear cars hate me.

Response From Hammer Time

Mildew in air conditioners usually only smells when first turned on and even then the smell wouldn't be confused with a cooking battery.

Response From P0E2005

Yea...you remember my firebird I blew the head gasket on a while back?...

Yea...I's broke down again...Water Pump went on it..Spewing water all over my engine...Great lol

My luck with cars is like...bad

Response From Hammer Time

ROFLMAO....................

Sorry, I missed this one. Glad POE2005 was able to help you out though..........LOL

Response From P0E2005

lol...did that just for you buddy...lol

Seriously though..it was the battery..like I figured lol..

Response From Hammer Time

You should have been able to track the smell right to the battery. It may even have been smoking a little when charging.

1999 Mercury Sable - removing radiator, and having trouble understanding directions / locating parts

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Question From almightyeric on 1999 Mercury Sable - removing radiator, and having trouble understanding directions / locating parts

I have a 1999 Mercury Sable LS Wagon with a 3.0L V6 OHV engine. It has 186,000 miles on it.

I'm trying to remove the radiator from it, so I can install a replacement radiator that's arriving on Wednesday from parts store. I'm using the Chilton Ford Taurus/Sable '96-'99 Repair Manual as my guide.

Here's my problem:
The instructions refer to various parts; but I don't know what, or where, some of them are. Specifically, these parts:
1) A/C condenser retaining bolts
2) A/C condenser bracket
3) A/C condenser core
4) transaxle oil cooler line bracket
5) oil cooler (I assume "transaxle oil cooler")
What do each of these things look like and/or where are they?

This is by far the most major car repair I've undertaken. To illustrate my experience level, the next most major work I've done is replacing the serpentine belt and changing the oil.



How did I get into this mess? I was driving home on the freeway one night in the fog a few weeks ago. It occurred to me at that time, that my car heater hadn't gotten warm all day. After driving on the freeway for about 5 minutes, I heard a thump as I felt a slight thump against on my right foot (gas pedal foot). I looked at the gauges and saw the temperature gauge all the way up at hot. Steam or smoke was also coming from my hood (as it was dark and foggy, I don't know whether it was steam, smoke, or both). I pulled over within 20 seconds and got my car towed home.
Days later, I opened the hood and saw a piece of metal (size of a license plate) with a black rubber thing in it that looks like it belongs in it, laying loose under my hood. For what it's worth, my then-visiting uncle who has experience working on car engines, said it looked like a "heat shield". Maybe the thump was related to something hitting that, or that hitting something.
While troubleshooting, here is the behavior I observed: When I pour water into the coolant overflow reservoir and put the cap back on the reservoir, there appears to be no water leaking (or very, very little, I don't remember). When I *remove* the cap, coolant (water) leaks out in a steady stream beneath the car. My dad and I examined the area with flashlights and didn't see where the source of the water was, but it was coming off the car at the radiator near the drain petcock (but not *from* the petcock).
As it appeared to be coming from somewhere higher on the radiator, I concluded the radiator was damaged, and set out to replace the radiator. And that is where I am now. I'm following the directions in the Chilton book, but do not know where to find (or what they look like) some of the parts it refers to.


By the way, does anyone else here have a 1999 Mercury Sable (or Ford Taurus) who I can trade learnings with?

Response From almightyeric

@Re-tired: Thanks for your quick response. Those instructions and pictures are the same as the ones in my Chilton book (although the numbers of the steps in the book go from 1-30 instead of 1-6/1-10/1-14, and the pictures you posted are brighter and larger than the ones in my book). As for lifting the car, I drove the front wheels onto ramps, and put tire chucks behind the rear wheels.


Regarding the steps you provided, I have already done the first steps 1-6 (d/c battery, remove battery & tray, set aside CCRM, remove cap, raise vehicle, remove shield) and the next steps 1-4 & 6 you provided (drain fluid, remove bracket, d/c hoses, ..., remove transaxle cooler line clips, and d/c transaxle cooler tubes).

I didn't do that step 5 (remove A/C condenser retaining bolt) because I didn't know where that bolt was (I still don't know where it is). That's one of the 5 components I listed in my first post that I don't know the location of.

The remaining 4 components I don't know the location of are the ones steps 7 & 8 refer to. Here are the 5 parts I'm trying to locate:
1) A/C condenser retaining bolts
2) A/C condenser bracket
3) A/C condenser core
4) transaxle oil* cooler line bracket
5) oil cooler (I assume "transaxle oil cooler")

*note: in my first post, I accidentally left out the word 'oil' in #4.

Anybody know where any of those parts are? I posted a photo of the underside of my radiator and surrounding parts.

Response From re-tired

DO NOT REMOVE YOUR AC CONDENSER. YOu dont have the equip to do so , freon recovery etc. The radiator is designed to slip out the bottom of car . You need to jack car front end up a couple of feet . please use jackstands , please use jackstands , I cant say it enough. when secure here are the instructions with pictures , I like pictures




REMOVAL & INSTALLATION



See Figures 1 through 8



Fig. Fig. 1: Remove the lower mounting bracket to access the lower radiator hose



Fig. Fig. 2: Remove the clamp from the lower radiator hose and...



Fig. Fig. 3: ... remove the hose from the radiator



Fig. Fig. 4: Remove the transmission cooler line retaining clips



Fig. Fig. 5: Install the release tool onto the cooler line and release the fitting



Fig. Fig. 6: The upper radiator retaining screws are accessible through a hole, remove them from the radiator



Fig. Fig. 7: Remove the lower radiator retaining screws and...



Fig. Fig. 8: ... remove the radiator from the vehicle
Fuel line disconnect tool set T90T-9550-S or equivalent is required to perform this procedure.

  1. Disconnect the battery cables, negative cable first.
  2. Remove the battery and the battery tray.
  3. Unclip the constant control relay module and position it aside.
  4. Remove the radiator cap.
  5. Raise the vehicle and support it with jackstands.
  6. Remove the radiator splash shields.



CAUTION Never open, service or drain the radiator or cooling system when hot; serious burns can occur from the steam and hot coolant. Also, when draining engine coolant, keep in mind that cats and dogs are attracted to ethylene glycol antifreeze and could drink any that is left in an uncovered container or in puddles on the ground. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantities. Always drain coolant into a sealable container. Coolant should be reused unless it is contaminated or is several years old.

  1. Drain the cooling system into a suitable container.
  2. Remove the radiator mounting bracket assembly.
  3. Disconnect the lower and upper radiator hoses and the overflow hose from the radiator.
  4. Remove the A/C condenser retaining bolts.
  5. Remove the transaxle cooler line clips.
  6. Using a 3 / 8 inch fuel line disconnect tool T90T-9550-S or its equivalent, disconnect the transaxle oil cooler tubes from the radiator.
  7. Remove the transaxle oil cooler line bracket and position the oil cooler aside.
  8. Remove the A/C condenser bracket and position the A/C condenser core aside.
  9. Remove the retaining bolts and radiator support bracket.
  10. Remove the radiator.


To install:
  1. Place the radiator in position.
  2. Install the radiator support bracket and the retaining nuts. Tighten the nuts to 71-106 inch lbs. (8-12 Nm).
  3. Place the A/C condenser core into position, install the condenser bracket and the retaining bolts. Tighten the bolts to 45-61 inch lbs. (5-7 Nm).
  4. Place the transaxle oil cooler in position and install the oil cooler tube bracket. Tighten the retainers to 45-61 inch lbs. (5-7 Nm).
  5. Install the transaxle cooler line tubes and the cooler line clips.
  6. Place the A/C condenser retaining bracket and install the retainers. Tighten the retainers to 45-61 inch lbs. (5-7 Nm).
  7. Attach the radiator overflow hose and the radiator hoses to the radiator. Tighten the hose clamps securely.
  8. Install the radiator mounting bracket and its retainers. Tighten the retainers to 81-106 inch lbs. (8-12 Nm).
  9. Install the radiator splash shields and lower the vehicle.
  10. Place the constant control relay module in position and install the retaining clip.
  11. Install the battery tray and battery.
  12. Connect the battery cables, negative cable last.
  13. Fill and bleed the cooling system.
  14. Start the engine and check for coolant and transmission fluid leaks.

Response From re-tired

maybe you can get some insight from these parts diagrams


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Response From almightyeric Top Rated Answer

This is what I see, from underneath my car, looking up towards the bottom of the radiator. I added colored arrows so I can refer to parts of the picture more easily.

Red = Lower radiator hose (disconnected from radiator)
Orange = Engine cooling fan enclosure or assembly
Yellow = Radiator
Green =
Blue =