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My timing belt broke. need spectes for head gasket, if need to use new head bolts. with a new/used head from a wreck car.also need timing marks for t-belt 1.5l


It probably will also need new pistons as the valves bent and broke causing holes in pistons. If you are lucky and just need a used head go here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LM8j-uHsNhY

Apr 24, 2014 | 2001 Kia Rio

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Does duraseal really work?


For the gasket sealant, I would steer clear. Read some comments here:
http://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php/has-anyone-ever-used-dura-seal-head-gasket-engine-block-169050.html?s=d69e27b021bb07cd898d18f7bd2e751c&

For Decks and Wood, Duraseal is a great product

Nov 09, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Can not get rear passenger door panel off


there should be a screw behind the handle to open the door and a few more behind the wood trim panel. then the panel pops off.be sure not to loose the gaskets that are on the retaining clips.the wood trim pops off too. be careful. the wood is delicate.the shade assy should bolt to the inside of door not interior panel.

Jun 30, 2012 | 2005 BMW X5

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Hello, my wife overheated my 04 Durango 4.7 to the max until it shut down on her.now it's got a constant knocking sound but I can't tell what area of motor it's coming from.what could of broke.


Its very possible that one of the head gaskets are blown and leaking coolant into the Combustion chamber causing it to bend the rod or rods ! Also is there coolant in the oil ? One trick to manually find the area is to use a wood handle from a mop or broom and place on different point on the engine with your ear against the handle and note any sound differences ?

Mar 14, 2011 | 2004 Dodge Durango

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Hi, My audi tt 2000 is leaking oil above the oil filter. It is at the top of the silver box like part that the oil filter screws into. It looks like a seal has broke or a gasket has broke. Any help...


The oil filter has a rubber gasket attached to the end that comes in contact with the filter housing on the engine. If the filter was screwed on with a dry gasket, or overtightened, the gasket could be damaged and leaking. It could be the filter is not tightened enough.

Jan 24, 2011 | 2001 Audi TT

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I'm attempting to replace the valve cover gasket from a 1996 Toyota Carina (engine type E-AT211). Wiring, screws, plug wires, and plugs have all been removed; but, the valve cover is still attached solid....


TAP VALVE WITH RUBBER HAMMER OR TAKE A PIECE OF WOOD AND HAMMER.PLACE WOOD AGAINST VALVE COVER THE TAP WOOD WITH HAMMER VALVE COVER SHOULD LOOSEN UP.

Jan 03, 2011 | 1997 Toyota Camry

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Head gasket


Just remember how you took it apart, clean the mating surfaces and when down to metal, wipe with acetone or similar evaporative mineral solution (don't touch the mating surfaces after), install the new gasket and get the torques correct. Make sure you don't slop into the cylinders, have a vacuum and wood pick ready to clean **** out if you do.

Sep 09, 2010 | 1996 Dodge Neon

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How do i take out a rear main seal?


Remove the transmission, after holding the rear of the engine supported, using a jack with a piece of wood between it and the engine. Remove the clutch and pressure plate, and the flywheel or if automatic, the flex plate. The rear main seal retainer will then be exposed. Remove the 2 oil pan to main seal retainer assembly, and the bolts circling the retainer, and slide the retainer assembly unit back off the crankshaft. Remove the old gasket from the retainer, and clean the gasket ridge before installing a new gasket. It's a one piece hard rubber gasket, which must be inserted in the retainer evenly. This can be done on a work bench, or flat wood on a concrete floor, Some light oil might help it seat easier, Once seated slide the retainer containing the new gasket back over the rear of the crankshaft, A rubber hammer will help ease it back into position, Replace all bolts, not forgetting the oil pan to retainer bolts, and reinstall all parts in reverse order of removal. If a manual trans, this would be an excellent time to install a new clutch kit.

Jan 11, 2010 | 1989 Mazda B-Series

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Timing belt broke on my 2003 neon


what was it doing when the belt broke.... most times you just have the belt replaced and everything is fine.

Robert

Dec 19, 2008 | 2003 Dodge Neon

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Car repair


HI. pay attention please,
ON a Chevy Blazer, the spark plug of a cylinder nuember 3.
Hidden with the steering column.
With a floor jack and a piece of wood. Raise the engine just a little from the Oil pan, becarefull only with wood, because the oil pan is made with aluminun, it's can broke easy.
Untill you get axces to the spark plug.
I hope this information is good for your question.

Jul 07, 2008 | 1998 Chevrolet Blazer

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