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1. Raise and support vehicle. 2. Set parking brake and remove wheel nuts and remove wheel. 3. Using an impact driver, remove the retaining screws from the brake drum. 4. Release parking brake and remove brake drum.
ALL NEW VECHICLE HAS ABS BRAKES SYSTEM.IF YOU HAVE 4WD DRIVE LOOK UNDERNEATH VECHICLE IF YOU SEE 2 DRIVE SHAFTS FRONT DRIVE SHAFT REAR DRIVE SHAFT YOU WILL HAVE 2 DIFFERENTIALS AND YOU WILL HAVE 4WD CONTROL SWITCH DASH OR CONSOLE.
intake cam gear line the "i" up with the dimple in the rear timing cover exhaust gear line up the e with dimple on rear timing cover above letters there should be a mark on one of the teeth line it straight up with the coorsponding dimples in the black steel cover behind gears
No it is not that big of a deal. It is normally 2-3 nuts and your brake lines. The things to make sure of is that brake fluid does not get on any of the electronics below the cylinder by using a towel. Also make sure to bleed the cylinder before hooking the brake lines in all the way. Basically you can do this by screwing in the brake lines about half way and hitting the brake pedal about half way down. Make sure the reservoir does not get empty. Bleed it until there is nothing but fluid coming out of both lines. Obviously this is best done with two people. Have them hold the pedal down while you tighten the lines fully and you should be good.
You most likely have air in the cooling system.You would need to bleed the cooling system of air.There should have bleed screws near water neck,or thermostat.Do this cold.Remove the radiator cap and fill full.Then start the engine and loosen the screws and watch for nothing but coolant to flow out(no air or bubbles).When you are sure the air is gone out of the cooling system,shut the bleeder screw off,and fill radiator up and test to see that engine runs cool,and you have heat at all speeds and rpm s.The electric cooling fan should come on at a tempuratue of about 215 or so.But just as important,the cooling fan should cut off at a lower tempurature.If the cooling fan does not do this,you still have air in the system.If you can not get the air out this way,then do this.Remove the radiator cap and reservoir cap and fill them both up full.The reservoir needs to be over the fill mark a good deal.Replace the caps.Start the engine with ac and heat off.Let it run until the engine gets to about 212 or 215 degrees and shut the engine off.Wait about 30 minutes and check the reservoir to see if the coolant has dropped.It should have dropped.If the reservoir has dropped or not ,do this again and again untill the reservoir drops in coolant level,and engine temp is good(fan goes on and goes off).Remember to refill the reservoir as needed as it drops,not to run out of coolant.
Locate the fluid reservoir and the pump attached to it. First, remove and reinstall the electrical connector. Does it work? If so...it was corrosion. If not, check to see if you have voltage coming to the connector with a tester when an assistant hits the button. If no, switch or fuse. If so, pump may be bad. Also, you can often run a wire from the pump to the + on the battery to get the pump to run. Not sure if the pump can be purchased separate from the tank.