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2009-2010 Ford F-150 or Expedition Lower Battery Tray With Coolant Reservoir

Brand: OEM OEM

New Genuine OEM Part

Availability:
Low stock
Original price $ 65.00 - Original price $ 65.00
Original price
$ 65.00
$ 65.00 - $ 65.00
Current price $ 65.00

Part Details And Fitment

If you're in need of a new lower battery tray with coolant reservoir for your 2009-2010 Ford F-150 or Expedition, this genuine OEM (original equipment manufacturer) auto part is the perfect solution.

The lower battery tray with coolant reservoir plays a crucial role in the function of your Ford F-150 or Expedition. The battery tray is responsible for holding the battery securely in place and preventing it from moving around while driving. The coolant reservoir is responsible for holding the coolant that is used to keep the engine cool. Without a properly functioning lower battery tray with coolant reservoir, your battery may not be held securely, which can be dangerous, and your engine may overheat and cause damage.

To install the 2009-2010 Ford F-150 or Expedition Lower Battery Tray with Coolant Reservoir, follow the steps below:

  1. Park your vehicle on a flat surface and turn off the engine.

  2. Open the hood and locate the old lower battery tray with coolant reservoir that needs to be replaced.

  3. Disconnect any electrical connections or hoses that may be attached to the old battery tray and coolant reservoir.

  4. Remove the bolts or screws that are holding the old battery tray and coolant reservoir in place using a socket set or a wrench.

  5. Carefully take out the old battery tray and coolant reservoir from the vehicle and dispose of them properly.

  6. Install the new battery tray and coolant reservoir in the same location as the old one.

  7. Secure the new battery tray and coolant reservoir in place using the bolts or screws that you removed earlier.

  8. Reconnect any electrical connections or hoses that were attached to the old battery tray and coolant reservoir.

  9. Check for any leaks or loose connections.

  10. Turn on the engine and check the battery tray and coolant reservoir for proper functionality.

The skill level required for this installation is low to moderate, and it should take approximately 30-60 minutes to complete. You will need a socket set or a wrench to remove the bolts or screws that are holding the old battery tray and coolant reservoir in place. No special tools are required for this installation.

Important: Be sure to follow all safety precautions and manufacturer instructions carefully to avoid injury or damage to your vehicle.

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