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Car is pulling to the left, and I can feel there is something wrong, so I want to take these parts out and replace them
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: daewoo 2004 matzi
A clacking or popping noise on turns means one of the CV joints is bad. A scraping sound means you need to oil the steering wheel support bearing, or maybe something like loose change fell between the steering shaft and collum.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
It sounds like you have a broken belt in one of your tires.....check to see if there are any bulges or indentations in your tires....start with your front tires. If your unable to check the tires yourself take it to a shop and have them check it. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
If you are driving any front wheel drive vehicle, what you are feeling is called torque steer....sometimes it's from poor design but it can also be caused by a broken engine or transmission mount allowing the engine/trans assembly to shift under load or when removing load.
You can do a quick test by holding the brake down firmly and in gear, press down on the gas. have someone watch (from the side of the car ONLY) and see if the engine shifts. Do in both drive and reverse.
Be very careful when doing this that the car does not get away from you and do not hold power for more than about fifteen seconds at a time or it can overheat the transmission. This only works in automatic trans cars... for stickshift ones you need to move the engine with a long pry bar.
Posted on May 09, 2010
SOURCE: I feel the steering pulling
No rocket science there. Simply have it aligned. Have the back end checked for alignment as well. And check for dragging brakes (by feeling heat), because that often causes a pull as well.
Posted on May 17, 2010
SOURCE: seat inca van 00 sdi
Timing belt set-up for a 2000 Seat Inca 1.9 SDi
1. Align the crankshaft timing marks on the flywheel / gearbox
2. Remove the valve cover
3. Lock the camshaft
4. Fit the injection pump locking pin
5. Loosen the camshaft gearwheel bolt, 180 degrees. Use a wrench to counter-hold
6. Loosen the camshaft gearwheel while holding it in place
7. Fit the timing belt in the sequence as shown in the below figure: a - b - c - d - e - f - g
8. Fit the timing belt and camshaft gearwheel together
9. Turn the tensioner clockwise to align both marks
10. Tighten the large bolt on the tensioner to a torque of 20 Nm
11. Check for correct fit
12. Lock the camshaft. Tighten the camshaft gearwheel bolts: 45 Nm. Use a wrench to counter-hold
13. Remove helping tools
14. Turn the engine two rotations by hand
15. Repeat the procedure if required
16. Fit the vacuum pump
17. Refit the crankshaft pulley. Tighten torque: 20 Nm + 20 degrees
18. Fit the timing belt cover
19. Refit the valve cover
20. Fit the ancillary drive belt
21. Refit the inlet air manifold hoses
22. Check the injection timing
Camshaft gearwheel: 45 Nm
Tensioner pulley: 20 Nm
Crankshaft pulley: 20 Nm + 20 degrees
Posted on May 26, 2011
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