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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi El Faraon,
I believe that you're dealing with 12 mm bolts and nuts....THESE ARE NOT THE SPECS FOR YOUR ENGINE, but I believe that if you use them you'll be close....Tighten in three stages up to 22nm....choose the bolts from the centre of the manifold and circle outwards until you reach the last one.....It may be a good idea to draw an overhead or plan view of the unit, marking out the bolt positions.....Start at the centre and mark the sequence and follow that....What is important is starting at the centre, so that nothing becomes warped....
Hope this helps,
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
I guess you have checked the sparkplug and power wires and they are ok. In that case the only thing left is the electronics module of the engine - go to a repair shop and connect it to a tester, it's most likely fried . You can't fix that, replace it
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
The camshaft sensor is located inside the distributor and is part of it, in order to replace it you must replace the distributor,to replace remove the dist cap. mark the location of the rotor,by marking where its pointing to, then mark the dist housing, so now theres a mark on the rotor and housing to show where rotor points, next mark the location of dist going into housing, mark the shaft and the block,because it spins in block this way you can line back up.next remove hold down bolt and pull out,mark the new dist in exacat same spots as the old so you can install back the same,you may have to put it in and pull it out until your marks are lined up,this way the timing will be dead on, when done you can check timing. good luck
Posted on May 09, 2010
I'am sort of missing something here
Was the radiator blocked or replaced as a guess ?
The thermostat i understand
The heater core by pass i don't,what does that prove ?
The shop says - intake manifold hose.
A hose causing overheating,explain that one.
The finally question
What is your question? Did the repair shop
get lost and ask you for help?
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
If you have to remove the top half or plenum of the intake manifold, it is always recommended to replace the gaskets. I have squeaked by without doing it if the gaskets are in good condition.
Posted on Aug 25, 2012
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