How to Remove & Replace the PCM on a Ford Truck?

Answer The power train control module, or PCM, is a major part of the emission and engine control system in a Ford truck. It is located inside the vehicle, under the passenger side dashboard. It monitors,... Read More »

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How to Remove & Replace the Heater Core on a 1995 Ford Truck?

When a heater core goes bad, antifreeze can be smelled within the cab of the vehicle. A bad heater core will leak coolant into the heater core compartment that is attached to the ventilation ducts... Read More »

How to Replace a Ford Truck Starter?

Before you replace a Ford truck starter, check the charging system and the starter relay. Make sure the battery has 12.5 to 13.5 volts with the truck off. If not, then charge the battery and try to... Read More »

How to Replace a Belt on a Ford Truck?

Most all Ford truck models come equipped with a single multi-ribbed serpentine belt. This type of belt is designed to fit around all of the engine accessories at the same time. This allows the sing... Read More »

How to Replace a Ford Truck Window?

Replacing a window on your Ford truck can take well over an hour to perform, but it is a fairly straightforward process. In order to access the window, the interior door panel of the truck must be ... Read More »