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What do i need to do to change the engine oil DIY mantainence
Every time it happens you make should its done at auto inspection time
the thing its say make it convenat and you figure things like the filterand amount say eight qts and figure one the filterand maual the way in the book manual so done ringht and right time
Posted on Feb 16, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Holden 94 rodeo petrol
Vale clearance cold
intake .006 in (.15 mm)
exhaust .010 in (.25 mm)
1. With transmission in Neutral or park, start engine and warm to normal operating temp. turn eng,and all accessories off. connect Tachometer. Connect timing light to no 1 spark plug wire.
2. Disconnect and plug fuel vapor canister purge hose and EGR vacuum hose. Start and ensure idle is 900 RPM. adjust idle as required. Check ignition timing ( 12 @ 900)
3. If adjustment is required, loosen distributor hold down bolt and turn until timing is within specification. Tighten distributor hold down bolt and recheck timing. adjust idle speed as required.
hope this helps
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
SOURCE: reprogramming remote and key
if its early 05 round heart shaped remote it needs programming into system at dealer with Tech2
later 05 to 07 had square (rectangle) shaped remote
1.2 ID Code Additional Registration
Note: This procedure will add additional remotes to the Keyless Entry Control Units memory. A total of 4 remote transmitters may be programmed into the Keyless Entry Control Units memory. When a total of registered and newly registered remotes exceed 4, the oldest one shall be erased.
1 Note: Make sure that all the doors are closed and unlocked. Insert the ignition key into the ignition switch.
Open the driver's side door.
2 Turn the Ignition key to the “ON” position and then to the “LOCK” position three times
(The key should remain in the “LOCK” position)
Note: This step must be carried out within five seconds.
3 “CLOSE” and “OPEN” the driver’s doors once (Leaving the driver’s door in the “OPEN” position)
Note: This step must be carried out within five seconds after step 2 is completed.
4 Wait for 8 seconds (This wait time is critical)
5 Turn the Ignition key “ON” and then to the “LOCK” position once and turn key to the “ON” position (The key should remain in the “ON” position)
OR on/lock once
Note: This step must be carried out eight seconds after step 3 is completed.
6 “CLOSE” the driver’s door
The HAZARD lights should flash 3 times (This acknowledges the Keyless Entry Control Unit has entered programming mode)
7 Operate the lock or unlock button of the transmitters to be programmed; a flash of the HAZARD lights indicates the remote has been successfully programmed into the control unit
8 The HAZARD lights will flash approx 4 seconds after pressing the remote button to indicate the Keyless Entry Control Unit has exited programming mode.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
It's located just under the driver side door, and then behind the outermost frame bar. The new one will denote which direction to install it. I recommend grabbing some rubber sheathed hose clamps from the store while you're there.
First locate the bleeder valve on the fuel rail.
It's just underneath the plastic cover on the engine, follow the silver rail that runs across the front and goes back on both sides, it's on the right side, just under the left-side blue refrigerant valve cover. Open the cover (black) and be sure to have a rag under and on top of it as you use a screwdriver to release the pressure on it - just push the pin in the valve. Air will come out, then a little gas, so be ready. Replace the cover.
Open your gas cap. Now the pressure is off of both sides.
Use the clamps to close the lines going into it, in and out. Clamp them about 3 or 4 inches from the filter, to leave yourself room to work.
Remove the bolt on the mounting bracket, it will take a socket to get it, as salt and other road juices will have rusted it pretty well since the last time it was changed. Please don't try to use an adjustable wrench, unless you really want to punch the underside of your car.
Factory hose clamps, self explanatory. Vice grips are good for this.
Use the vice grips to gently wrench the hose from the filter. This will take some work, it's on there very tight from the existing pressure in the lines. just don't clamp them so tight that it might tear them. Just hand tight and wiggle back and forth.
When it comes off, gas is going to spill out, be ready. Quickly replace the filter and replace the factory hose clamps, remove yours, and remount it in the bracket.
Close your gas cap!
Start your car a few times to get the pressure back in the lines, and you're all set.
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
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