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 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 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 Blower Motor From a Ford E-150 Van?

The heater blower motor on an E-150 van is located under the hood on the passenger side firewall. If you're replacing the heater blower motor, keep in mind that the motor does not come with the fan... Read More »