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Do you have the crank pulley bolt loose? To loosen it, pull the starter and wedge something against the ring gear teeth on the flywheel-I often use a piece of wood in there, although a large screwdriver or prybar would also work. Put a socket on the crank pulley bolt (use a large breaker bar) and loosen it while holding the flywheel stationary. If the pulley wont move off the crank with some tapping on it to move it, then you will have to use a puller to get the pulley off the crank. Use a harmonic balancer pulley puller, or a 2 or 3 armed puller, if the harmonic balancer puller wont work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 Ford Explorer Oil Leak
You most likely hit a curb, the pan is cast aluminum and will break like glass if you hit a curb, the pan can be changed without removing the engine, it is very time consuming, but it can be done.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
colud you see the mecanical manual of peugeot 404, in web site of club peugeot 404, version in french
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
i would first check the timing and if that does not fit i would take the cover back off and look at the belt for a bad or missing tooth
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
best way to go about this is clean it off first and for most. you cant really tell where its coming from if the stuff oozing out likes like the rest of the motor. so start with that and go from there. honestly though any car ive ever bought used ive had to tighten everything up and most the time it stops leaking so it could very well be your problem. if it was your rear crank seal to the mess would really more over be inside your bellhousing and dripping out of your inspection cover.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Well, from the oil pump it goes into your oil filter so the lines going from the pump into the filter could be clogged. check that and see. Also on most imports I have found that they have to be primed after the oil pump has been replaced. Buy a oil pressure gauge and hook it up. Disconnect your fuel and spark delivery and then just crank over your motor to make sure you have good pressure. It takes up to 30 seconds to build on some cars. hope that helps.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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