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Here is the concluding episode of the 1998 Ford Contour series. This was the second vehicle in the series. I'm glad you get to see the first vehicle form the Fixing it Forward series in this video, Barbara's 1998 Chrysler Town and Country.

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This is Part 4 in the 1998 Ford Contour video series. In this episode I replace the accumulator which I mistakenly labeled a receiver dryer in the last video. I also do some wiring repair and confirm the operation of the battery. Lastly I end up repairing a transmission fluid leak I created during the process of replacing the accumulator.

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It's a long title, "1998 Ford Contour Blower Motor Replacement Rear Window Replacement AC Diagnosis -Fixing it Forward", but it pretty much describes what happens in this video.

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Yea, that's a long title, 1998 Ford Contour Hood Cable Replacement, Fuel Smell Fix, Headlight Restoration -Fixing it Forward, but it's the next in the Ford Contour Fixing it Forward series.

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Here's another video in the 1998 Ford Contour Fixing it Forward series. In this episode I work to eliminate the brake pulsation this car had. After sitting for a while, brake rotors can get rusty. As a result, it can create a brake pulsation. As long as there's enough material in the rotor, you can machine out this pulsation. This is what I do in this video.