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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is your diagram, Please leave me a FI YA comment if I fixed ya thanks http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/tec_info/1998/eagle/talon/1998_eagle_talon_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
THE MARKS SHOULD BE MARKED AT THE OUTTER SURFACE OF THE CAM SPROCKETS THERES 4 TOTAL ON THE CAMS AND TWO ON THE CRANK. GOOD LUCK THIS PICTURE IS RIGHT OUT OF MY TIMING MARK BOOK......2
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
remover tires, punch pins from caliper remove brake pad sensor assembly from caliper, remove retainer, remove caliper, remove pads, pull off disc and have resurfaced. Install in reverse order. Make sure you replace pad wear sensors.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, I have a 91
I can tell you that most often this is a hydraulic pump failure. Are you seeing any signs of fluid leaking? This is one major cause of this problem. On the right rear quarter panel, remove the upholstery cover and you will see the hydraulic metal feed lines. Follow them till they go into the cylinder. Check the cylinder connectors and where the shaft goes into the the top of the piston. Is there any fluid at all in this area.
Also, if you need to get the roof up and the roll bar down, list the rear hatch that the roof rolls up into and you will see a release lever there that you can manually disengage and this will enable you to get the roof up and the roll boar will come down. Sometimes the roll bar will not disengage, do not worry, the roof will not contact this point. The roof will just roll right over the top of it and it will not be harmed.
Let me know if you find any hydraulic fluid on the shaft. Also, if you pull out your spare tire, the hydraulic tank is located under the tire, check the level of fluid. If low, ONLY USE THE RECOMMENDED MERCEDES FLUID FOR YOUR CAR AND FILL TO THE FULL LEVEL ON THE TANK. DO NOT OVERFILL.
Posted on Aug 23, 2011
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