How to Remove a Ford Probe Motor?

Answer Before removing a Ford Probe motor, you need to remove all the fluids. If you plan to reuse the antifreeze, you should have a clean drain pan that has not been used for oil. Because the myriad o... Read More »

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How to Remove the Headlights on a Ford Probe?

The Ford Probe headlight bulbs sit within the flip-up headlight assembly on the front of the car. Removing the bulbs from the headlight assembly requires the removal of a cover from the rear of the... Read More »

How to Remove the Fuel Pump in a 1993 Ford Probe?

The fuel pump in your 1993 Ford Probe is part of the fuel pump/sending unit assembly and is accessible through the rear floor. The pump is replaced as an assembly without the sending unit; however,... Read More »

How to Remove a Crankshaft Pulley on a 1997 Ford Probe GTS V6 2.5L?

The crankshaft pulley on a Ford Probe comes with a dampener. This helps reduce the vibrations made by the crankshaft. The dampener keeps the crankshaft from becoming dislodged by absorbing the vib... Read More »

How to Remove a Starter Motor on a 1997 Ford F-250?

Ford has produced F series trucks for more than 60 years, and the F-250 is one of its relatively recent additions. When the starter in this 3/4-ton pickup begins to go bad, you'll hear a rapid clic... Read More »