Question about 2003 Chevrolet Aveo
SP10 is Air Conditioner Compressor from 1999 Daewoo Matiz = Chev Kalos / Aveo. Seal is dual lip, steel cup backing, 26mm od, 14.2mm shaft, 8mm thick + 3mm (dual lip) nose, compatible with R134A.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I replaced the Cam Shaft Sensor. I also cleaned the Throttle Body with carb cleaner. I had my wife hold down the accelerator, while running I sprayed down the throttle plate and the entire area around it. Now my TB finally idles smoothly, and it hasn't died yet!! Check engine light is gone and I passed the emissions test!! Yea!!!
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
Replacing the mid-ship carrier bearing is not that hard.
You will need to unbolt the U-joints, seperate the drive shafts.
Unbolt bearing retainer. Take this to a good auto parts shop that has a machine shop. Tell them you need a new one and they will do the rest.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
take off the housing cover in the middle of the rear end and to each side there is a retainer clip for each side. Pull it out and that side comes out. I don't think you needed to remove the rear end to do this though.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
the grommets seal the lead from any water getting in and around the plug and creating a miss in the engine, you will have to use a little force to move them as they are a reasonably snug fit.
Once the lead is removed use compressed air to blow out any dirt that may have entered the area around the plug as this will fall into the cylinder when the plug is removed. you will have to use a spark plug socket with the rubber in the top to grip the plug as it is difficult to get the plug out unless you have long nosed pliers as they are down in the hole
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
Testimonial: "I shall try to remove the grommets as suggested. If this works then the advice will have been very helpful."
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