Part 3 How To Install Replace Timing Chain Tensioner and guides 4.6L Ford V8



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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken, noisy, squeaky, worn or groaning timing chain belt tensioner. This video is applicable to the 02, 03, 04, 05, Mercury Mountaineer and Ford Explorer.

🔧 Instructions:

1. Beginning the Repair 0:31
2. Replacing the Oil Filter 0:34
3. Reinstalling Harmonic Balancer Pulley 1:34
4. Reinstalling the Serpentine Belt 2:42
5. Reinstalling the Radiator Fan 3:59
6. Reinstalling the Upper Radiator Fan Shroud 5:39
7. Draining the Oil 7:45
8. Servicing the Oil 8:15
9. Priming the Oil Pump 8:28
10. Reinstalling the Air Intake 9:27
11. Reinstalling the Upper Fan Shroud 10:41
12. Servicing the Oil and Coolant 11:36

⚠ DISCLAIMER:
While 1A Auto strives to make the information provided in this video as accurate as possible, it makes no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or applicability of the content. No information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. All do-it-yourself projects entail some risk. It is the sole responsibility of the viewer to assume this risk. 1A Auto is not responsible or liable for any loss damage (including, but not limited to, actual, consequential, or punitive), liability, claim, or any other injury or cause related to or resulting from any information posted in this video.

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11 Comments

  1. People who tighten oil filters with tools deserve a small place in hell expecially hard to reach ones from under the vehicle.

  2. when i removed my harmonic balancer bolt it had this thick rubber piece that was broke and in side the rest of the broken rubber is inside it? what is this rubber

  3. Great videos, squaring up what the job would be like on my 98 lincoln towncar. Quick question; did you replace the sprockets with the timing chain or did you use the original sprockets? Most online kits only come with the tensioners, mounts and chain. Thanks

  4. great video--I am getting ready to do this on my 93 crown vic. I was a bit worried shops want 9-1500$ to do this (labor only) and So I thought it was a huge job—but they are obviously pricing it from a flat rate guide and pricing each step vs the whole job.

    Can you change the oil pump while you are in there? I saw a video for a 5.4L truck and (same engine) they said the only trick is undoing the pickup tube where it feeds in–but its not an issue. I have all the tools—the crank holder and cam holders so I should be able to remove all the chains etc and have the oil pump exposed. Do you think it can be done?

    I wish I could find someone here In Phoenix who knew this job like you do that I could take the car too, I am just not feeling the desire to do it. Maybe f4cphantom2 (comment below) can do it for me–UTI is here in phoenix. Thanks!!

  5. Hey Mike this video is great. I have 2007 Crown Vic with a 4.6 and it's due for a timing chain. I'm a current student at Universal Technical Institute taking auto & diesel. I graduate in September I really enjoy your videos.

  6. I'm not a mechanic but this video was great i really need to do this to my 2002 Ford Explorer V8 XLT 4.6 do u guys have a shop in Melbourne fl or can u recommend one …….thx

  7. Hey, not related to this video but about a previous video on replacement of a blower motor resistor in a chevy cobalt I was wondering if you could share on how to replace the blower motor connector on the front side of the motor. Thanks!

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