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Two springs and ball bearings fell out of stand fan while removing cover and cannot figure out how to put back together
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The A/C blender doors on the 2006 Ram are defective and are prone to breaking. Call your local dealer and ask them if they've heard of this problem. My truck had the same issue and Dodge repaired it under warranty. Good luck,
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
Maybe to late for this but if you do one side at a time just look at the other side for how they go together. Also the short shoe goes toward the front long toward the back.
1. Clean and inspect individual brake components.
2. Lubricate anchor pin an brake show contact pads on support plate with high temperature grease or
Lubriplate. See Fig. 41 .
3. Lubricate adjuster screw socket, nut, button, and screw thread surfaces with grease or Lubriplate.
4. Install the parking brake cable to the parking brake lever.
5. Install parking brake lever to the secondary shoe and install retaining clip.
6. Install primary shoe on support plate. Secure shoe with new spring retainers and pin.
7. Install spring on parking brake strut and engage strut in primary.
8. Install secondary shoe on support plate. See Fig. 42 . Insert strut in shoe and guide shoe onto anchor pin.
Temporarily secure shoe with restraining pin.
9. Install anchor plate and adjuster cable eyelet on support plate anchor pin.
10. Install cable guide in secondary shoe and position cable in guide.
CAUTION: Be sure the adjuster screws are installed on the correct brake unit. The adjuster screws are marked
"L" (left) or "R" (right) for identification
11. Assemble adjuster screw. See Fig. 43 . Then install adjuster screw between the brake shoes.
12. Install adjuster lever and spring, and connect adjuster cable to lever.
13. Install secondary shoe retainers and spring.
14. Install shoe spring. Connect spring to secondary shoe first, then to primary shoe.
15. Verify adjuster operation. Pull adjuster cable upward, cable should lift and rotate star wheel. Be sure
adjuster lever properly engages star wheel teeth.
16. Adjust brake shoes. See REAR BRAKE SHOES under ADJUSTMENTS.
17. Install wheel and tire assembly. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
look on the shaft of the drive axles about where they go into the axle tubes. Do you see a rubber grommet looking piece on the drive axle?
If so spray some penetrating lube on that area and then drive it. If the noise is gone it is those things rubbing.
Otherwise are the front tires cupped on the inner or outer tread? if so rotate the tires and see if the noise moves to the rear.
It might not hurt to double check the backing plates to make sure they are not rubbing. Along with that make sure it is not the brake indicators on the brake pads rubbing.
If nothing else you will need to get all four wheels off the ground and run it in drive to see if you can isolate the noise that way.
Posted on Feb 05, 2012
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