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Whining silver box on top of engine.

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1. get your jacks ready.
2. remember to pull the hand brakes for you are bout to lift a car
3 make sure that the car is in a flat surface
4. loosen the nut of the wheels a little but dont remove it yet
5. start jacking the car to the height that you can have enough space
to pull the wheels
6. let loose of the nuts and pull the wheels after jacking it
7. loosen the nut of the shock absorbers but dont remove it yet
8. loosen the 3 small nuts but dont remove it yet
9. loosen the 2 big bolts that holds the shocks and suspension
10. now you can let loose of the 3 small nuts underneath the hood
11. pull the shocks outside for you are bout to remove the spring
12. use a tensioner or steel wires to hold the string
13. remember to tie the strings tightly for it has a big force
14. once tighten remove the shock absorbers
15. separate the springs from the shock absorbers
16. cut the upper part of the spring for bout 2 inches or on how low do you
17. take your shock absorber to a machine shop near you and have it cut
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18. then you can put the shocks together again
19. install your tricked shocks and see the difference and feel the savings

NOTE: i advised to cut and re thread the shock absorbers so that it can perform well even its low.

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1988 Celebrity blower motor inop

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Hello, i am a mother of 4kids.i have a chevy monte carlo i think 97, it will not does make a noise of hesitation ,,,,we toweed it to the mechanic and the mechanic says it's the...

Hello: A rebuilt starter is 129.99 & 10.00 core charge which you get back when you return the old starter. a new starter is154.99 w/same core charge. To replace starter raise up front of car, the starter is on the bottom front of the engine. You need the following tools: 10mm 3/8 drive socket, 8mm socket 1/4 drive, 13mm 3/8 drive socket 15mm 3/8 drive socket, 6 inch and 12 inch 3/8 drive extension and ratchet and 3 inch 1/4 drive extension and ratchet. Disconnect black (negative) battery cable (use 8mm socket and ratchet) Raise car up remove any lower cover that restricts access to the starter, disconnect small purple wire from starter solenoid use 8 mm socket 3 inch extension and ratchet. Remove heavy red wire from starter solenoid with either 13 or 15 mm socket 3 inch or 6 inch 3/8 drive extension and ratchet on the bottom toward the transmission there will be a black plastic rock guard cover remove it 10 mm socket, extension ratchet then remove two bolts !5 mm bolt heads using the 6 or 12 inch extension and 3/8 extensions and ratchet when bolts are out starter will fall away from engine. Don't let it fall on you. When re-installing make sure the wire connections on the stater solenoid are tight but do not over tighten them or you will break the solenoid. Also remove the positive battery cable (while the black one is disconnected) make sure it is clean, No corrosion, clean with baking soda and water mixture then rinse off w/fresh water. When connecting battery make sure connections are tight. GOOD LUCK

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Replace spark plugs in 1997 4 cyl. ford ranger

Hello, I will suggest you get these few tools before you with the replacement.
(1) Spark plug socket with rubber insert to hold plugs in place while inserting & removing.(2) 6inch extensions for your 3/8ths inch socket wrench,(1) Swivle Socket extension for your 3/8ths inch socket wrench.(1) 1/2inch socket for exhaust manifold screws. A little quantity of anti-sieze for the spark pluggs to be applied to the pluggs if they are proving difficult to get out.
Start with the 1st cylinder at the front of the engine on the passanger side.
Twist & remove the spark plug boot from the existing plug.
You have to use a very small flat edged screwdriver to open the clips that hold the plug wires together.
Use a 6" extension & a 3" extension & your deep socket for the spark plug.
Remove the first plug and replace the old plug with a new Bosch Platinum Plus 2 prong plug and use some anti-seize on the threads and tighten to the appropriate torque.
Remove the old plug wire from the coil pack. It will be going to the 2nd coil pack (located to the rear of the first coil pack) and install the new plug wire in the coil pack.
Repeat steps 1-7 for plugs on 2 & 3.
To remove Plug #4 which is the last plug on the passanger side,you have to remove the two (2) 1/2inch bolts that holds a bracket to the exhaust manifold. Make sure you spray the studs these bolts are on with some DW-40 or liquid wrench. The exhaust manifold studs might have a lot of rust & being difficult to turn nuts off without shearing off the stud. It has some sort of aluminum box ontop of this bracket with some sensor wires coming out of it, Slip the bracket off and simply lay it to the rear of the engine to provide better access to this last cylinder.

Repeat steps 1-7 for plug #4 and then Remount bracket containing the aluminum box with sensor wires.

Upon completion of the passenger side,you now have to proceed to the driver side.
STEP 1. The first cylinder at the front of the engine the spark plug wire has a grey handle sticking up next to the A/C compressor. Using some pliers (needle nose plier) twist & pull this grey handle. The spark plug boot should pop out.

With the help of the small flat edged screw driver, unhook the spark plug wire clips that hold the wires together. There are 3 - One just after the 1st coil pack located at the front of the engine, another just on the other side of the valve cover and a small 2 clip located about 1/2 way back on the valve cover under the intake manifold.
Remove the spark plug wire from Cylinder #1 on the Drivers side
STEP 4.With the help of the small flat edged screw driver,press the 4 connection points on the grey handle that is attached to the wire,it will separate down the middle and allow you to remove the wire, Replace the wire with the new wire,you have to ensure you line up the rubber round plugs with the round holes in this grey handle & snap it back together with the new wire in place.

Hold the spark plug socket in your left hand down near the plug,feed a 6" inch extension below the A/C Compressor line (black pipe) and the A/C Compressor with your right hand and attach the spark plug socket into the extension.
STEP 6.Slip the socket onto the plug,afterwards,attach an additional 3 or 6 inch extension to the existing extension & attach your socket wrench.
STEP 7.Remove the plug & proceed to replace it with a Bosch Platinum plug & anti-seize on the threads. Feed the new Spark Plug wire over to the 1st coil pack & replace it on the coil pack.

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Getting firing code error for cylinders 1,3 & 5 on my 1999 Sonata

I was wrong about the distributor being round (I was thinking about my other car). I found variations about the firing order but after troubbleshooting, varified the plug wiring order from the front of the car is 1 - 4 - 5 - 2 - 3 - 6 not 1 - 4 - 5 - 2 - 6 - 3 found on several web sites. From the front of the car looking at the engine, the back three cylinders by the firewall going from left to right are 1, 3, 5. The front three are 2, 4 & 6.

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Need to find linkage for the hand shifter to the 4 wheel drive gear box

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I recently was trying to install a 10 inch pa sub with a 3/6 inch tweeter and in the process snipped the black and red wires connected the sub it did not come on I then snipped the blue and red wires in...

sounds like you blew some fuses replace them. then reconnect stock wiring. the get after market deck, amp, and wiring that in it's color coded so it no that hard to do.that 10 inch pa speaker pulls a lot power plus it 8 ohm impudence. your going to need at least a 200 watt amp.bridgeable.
or single channel.

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I have a 1995 mercury mystique and can't find the starter

The starter will be on the under side of the vehicle, on the engine. Look tor the component that is cylindrical shaped and has at least two wires going to it (one large approx 6 gauge and one small, approx 18 gauge). It will be 6-10 inches long and 3-5 inches in diameter.

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Misfire of cylinder 2 & 5 on 04 Buick LaSabre Custom

Ok this may be something smal that may be simple to fixs; your plugs are in the wrong cylinder?

Check Your gap size .060 (In thousandths of an inch)

Im not sure of the size of engine please look below for your make?


Fig. 3.8L VIN 1 Engine Firing order: 1-6-5-4-3-2 Distributorless ignition system

Fig. 3.8L VIN K Engine Firing order: 1-6-5-4-3-2 Distributorless ignition system

Fig. 3.8L (VIN 1 and L) Engines Firing order: 1-6-5-4-3-2 Distributorless ignition system
Fig. 3.8L (VIN K) Engine Firing order: 1-6-5-4-3-2 Distributorless ignition system
I hope that this help!

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