8 Year Exporter Carabiner CA8002 for Norwegian Manufacturer
8 Year Exporter Carabiner CA8002 for Norwegian Manufacturer Detail:
Material:Cold formed steel,Heat treated
Type:Big Safety Carabiner
Min. Breaking load: 5000lbs/23kN
Meets or Exceeds：ANSI Z359.12-09、CSA Z259.12-11、EN362-2004
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http://ford-trucks.com/how-tos is the leading Ford F-150 and Super Duty truck resource for technical DIY guides. The powertrain control module is the central computer that controls the charging system, transmission, various emission controls and communications. For the full step-by-step article, please visit: http://www.ford-trucks.com/how-tos/a/ford-f150-how-to-replace-powertrain-control-module-359982
Signs of PCM failure may include a check engine light coming on, the truck not starting, the engine stalling while driving, or poor engine performance. Due to the complexity and cost of this item, only replace the module after doing some research and eliminating other possible causes by checking the diagnostic trouble codes.
This easy job takes less than two hours and costs from $75 to $400 dollars to complete. A professional may charge from $150 to $600 dollars.
This job requires a screwdriver, wrench, and sockets.
Step One – Disconnect the battery
Open the hood and disconnect the negative black terminal on the battery.
Step Two – Locate the PCM
Open your hood, locate the PCM, and record the numbers written on it. Most of the newer F-150s have the PCM located behind the driver’s kick panel with the connector protruding through the firewall.
While you are inspecting the PCM, look for problems in the wiring and connectors. The wires should be fully insulated without any breaks. The connectors should be clean with no bent pins or connector blades. Remove the bolt holding in the PCM with a wrench, and unclip the old module by pulling it out.
Step Three – Look up the PCM number
Research the PCM from the numbers on the module based on the vehicle model, year, drive train components, and engine. Any auto store will let you enter the number to ensure you are buying the right one for your truck.
Step Four – Install the new module
Purchase the new module based on your findings. Don’t install the new module without comparing it to the existing module. The connectors and mounting locations should match. Most stores will not accept a module as a return item once it has been plugged in.
Perform any flash updates you need before installing the new module. Install the new module in its place.
Step Five – Reconnect the battery
Reconnect your battery in the reverse order that you disconnected it and start your truck.
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Welcome to my Chain of Responsibility Design Pattern Tutorial! Wow, that was a mouthful!
This pattern has a group of objects that are expected to between them be able to solve a problem. If the first Object can’t solve it, it passes the data to the next Object in the chain. In this tutorial, I’ll use it to make the right calculations based off of a String request. While that is pretty simple the capabilities of this pattern are endless.