How to Remove the Alternator From a 1998 Ford F150?

Answer The 1998 Ford F150 derives all of its electrical power from the alternator when the engine is running. This electricity powers everything from the fuel injection system to the power windows, locks ... Read More »

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How to Remove the Drum Brakes From a 1998 Ford F150?

Many vehicles are still manufactured with drum brakes on the rear axle and disc brakes on the front wheels. This is acceptable because the majority of the vehicle's braking is handled by the front ... Read More »

How to Remove the Alternator From a 1998 Ford Taurus?

The power train, instruments and accessories on the 1998 Ford Taurus require electrical energy to operate properly. The Ford's alternator supplies this electricity. The serpentine drive belt turns ... Read More »

How do I Remove a Ball Joint on a 1998 4WD Ford F150?

Removing the ball joint on a 1998 Ford F150 really means removing the entire upper or lower control arm. The ball joints on this vehicle are permanent parts of the control arm and can't be removed ... Read More »

How to Remove an Alternator From a 1998 DeVille?

The alternator installed on the engine of a 1998 Cadillac DeVille is the beginning of the car's electrical system. It creates the power and then sends it down the path to the battery and the electr... Read More »