Ford Falcon Fairlane EF EL repair manual 1994-1998 NEW
Ford Falcon EF EL and Fairlane DF DL and LTD Ellery Service and Repair Manual 1994-1998
These three models are covered in great detail and feature six cylinder and Ford's V8 engine. Factory specifications, wiring diagrams, diagnostic charts, learn to read engine management diagnostic system, tune-up information, detailed and easy to follow diagrams covering the Falcon EF & EL, Fairlane NF & NL (including the Concorde) & LTD DF & DL models between 1994 & 1998. Engines covered: 4.0-litre (3984 cc) OHC 6-cylinder 5.0-litre (4949 cc) OHV V8 Transmissions covered: 93LE 4-speed automatic (6-cylinder) 97LE 4-speed automatic (V8) This manual has complete overhaul details for both manual and automatic transmissions. Series: Falcon GLi, Futura, Fairmont, Fairmont Ghia, XR and Fairlane, Fairlane Ghia, LTD
- General Information.
- Engine Tune-Up and Maintenance.
- Emission Control.
- 6 Cylinder Engine Maintenance and Rebuild.
- V8 Engine Maintenance and Rebuild.
- Starter System.
- Alternator System.
- Cooling System.
- Ignition System.
- Fuel Systems (MPEFI & SEFI).
- Automatic Transmission BTR 93/97LE.
- 5 Speed Manual Transmission.
- Drive / Tail Shaft and Universal Joints.
- Rear Axle.
- Front Suspension and Axle.
- Rear Suspension Including Automatic Self Levelling System.
- Brake Systems.
- Exhaust System.
- Fuel Tank and EFI Fuel Pump.
- Wheels and Tyres.
- Windscreen Wipers and Washers.
- Heating, Air Conditioning and Automatic Climate Control.
- Instruments, Radio, Tape Player and Horn.
- Body Electronics Module and Smartlock.
- Lights, Switches and Battery Systems.
- Diagnostic Charts.
About the Ford Falcon EF
When the facelifted EF was introduced in August 1994, it brought with it a new curvaceous body shape while sharing its doors and most of its body structure with the earlier EA–ED series cars.Unlike the sedan, the station wagon inherited the rear styling of the ED series.With the new model, came a thoroughly redesigned interior. Cup holders were now prominent features in all models, and Ford paid particular attention to safety. A driver's airbag was made standard on all variants, a first for an Australian car, even though the Holden VR Commodore was the first to feature it as an option. From the outside, the reinforced body gave added rollover strength and front collision protection. An original innovation introduced in the EF range was the "Smart Bar". A bullbar developed to work seamlessly with the vehicle's airbag system. The 4.0 litre inline six-cylinder engine was upgraded to aid refinement and increase power to 157 kilowatts (211 hp) this included the removal of the distributor as it was replaced with a coil-pack ignition system which was a first for the Falcon. Also the intake manifold was changed to include a dual length system which involved intake runners of two different lengths and a valve to switch between the two. A passenger airbag was offered as an option in the Series II facelift of October 1995. The unique design allowed it to protect the not only the front passenger, but the centre passenger as well The Fairmont Ghia was the only trim level to receive dual airbags as standard, which also benefited from the XR6 engine, leather upholstery, extensive use of chrome and lowered suspension. With the use of neoprene rubber insulation, road and wind noise was cut off from within the cabin, contributing to vehicle refinement. Ford also dropped the XR6 station wagon from the lineup in the Series II. The EF Series also saw the first use of polycarbonate headlight lenses instead of glass, saving weight and gaining shatter resistance.
Ford Falcon EL
The final E-series model, the EL Falcon, was merely a facelift of the EF intended to keep sales strong until the sixth generation AU falcon was launched. The most obvious change visually, was the return of the grille on the GLi and Futura spec levels. The new oval grille tied in with Ford's global lineup of the time. Cosmetic updates extended further with the bonnet, front bumper and headlamps also receiving a revised design. New grilles were now prominent on the luxury variants (Fairmont and Fairmont Ghia), and the quad-headlamps of the XR sport models gained minor changes. New wheel trims were featured on all trim levels, and station wagon variants gained white tinted indicator lenses, replacing the amber tint which had been common since the introduction of the EA. With the EL there was a revision again with the engine this time the distributor was refitted and the coil-pack ignition removed, though power remained the same 157 kilowatts (211 hp) at 4900 rpm / 357 newton metres (263 lb·ft) at 3000 rpm. To address handling concerns with the EF, improvements were made to the rear suspension and steering which would largely be attributed to Ford Australia's association with Tickford. Speed-sensitive power steering on the Fairmont Ghia made parking more straightforward, without compromising high speed steering. With the exception of the GLi, the entire range was fitted with standard Bosch 5.3 ABS brakes, and an advanced window film known as "Smart Tint" gave equivalent protection levels of SPF15 sunscreen. Interior upgrades ranged from reshaped seats and headrests, to new colour schemes, and switches. Station wagons could now be ordered with third-row accommodation and an electric network for mobile phone usage.
Ford Falcon EF EL and Fairlane DF DL and LTD Ellery Service and Repair Manual 1994,1995,1996,1997,1998
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