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Ford Falcon BA Workshop Manual 2002-2005

Ford Falcon Repair Manual
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What’s Covered in this Manual

2002 – 2005

Additional Safety Topics Covered:
About this Manual
Replacement Parts
Special Tools
Important Safety Instructions
Warnings, Cautions and Notes in This Manual3
How to Use This Manual
Health and Safety Precautions
Acids and Alkalis
Air Bags
Air Conditioning Refrigerant
Adhesives and Sealers
Battery Acids
Brake and Clutch Linings and Pads
Brakes Fluids (Polyalkylene Glycols)
Chemical Materials
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC)
Clutch Fluids
Clutch Linings and Pads
Corrosion Protection Materials
Electric Shock
Engine Oils

Manual Format:
This Ford Falcon Repair Manual is in .PDF format.

The Ford Falcon (BA) is a full-sized vehicle delivered by Ford Australia from 2002 to 2005. It was the second fundamentally re-designed emphasis of the 6th era of this Australian-made model, and furthermore incorporated the Ford Fairmont (BA)— the extravagance situated adaptation of the Falcon. This stage additionally framed the premise of the Ford Territory sport utility vehicle.

To address the moderately helpless gathering of the former AU arrangement, the BA arrangement was intensely refreshed for dispatch in September 2002—similar time as its greatest adversary, the Holden Commodore (VY). It highlighted a generously modified and more traditionalist outside styling, with each board new aside from the extend entryway skins. Insides, as well, were generously overhauled, while precisely, another autonomous back suspension arrangement was fitted to all car subordinates and the motor and transmissions got broad updates. In October 2004, Ford presented a Mark II update, bringing unobtrusive styling and mechanical changes,[1] and in October 2005, supplanted the BA with the BF.

In the last a very long time of 2002, the BA model got the compelling Wheels Car of the Year award,[2] breaking a 36-year drought.[3] The BA likewise won four back to back Australia’s Best Cars grants, crossing three years.[4][5][6][7] The model’s piece of the pie quickly beat that of its main rival, the Holden Commodore on two events, yet have neglected to coordinate those of the record-breaking EL Falcon.[8][9]