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Remove a front diff on a 2004 buick rainer

How to remove a front diff

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SOURCE: how can i get an oil filter wrench on my 2004

its gonna be hard, i suggest using your hands and only tighten the new one 1 and 1/2 turns after it gets snug.

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SOURCE: Where is the A.I.R pump located on the 2004 Buick

The pump is driven by the serpentine belt that rives the water pump and alternator. It will be on th front of the engine, probably down low and will have air tubes running to the exhaust manifold.

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SOURCE: where is the crankshaft positioning

It is on the front of the engine just off the crankshaft harmonic balancer pulley. The sensor is triggered by the crankshaft pulley rotation, it is a magnetic sensor called a "HALL" effect sensor.

Posted on Apr 02, 2011

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