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Rocker cover removal mitsubishi l300 van

How to remove rocker cover

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hello yes remove the cover and the wires that cross in front of it ,it will still be just right the size for the blower to come out. then play a litle with the blowermotor and the fins and it will come out. when replacing it i will recomend to replace the blower motor resistor also .

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SOURCE: cream gunge on oli rocker cover

That means water/moisture is in the lubricating system. A very common reason for this is the vehicle is not driven long enough to be hot enough to evaporate naturally occurring condensation. If you don't drive the vehicle alot and/or short trips . a good solution may be to switch to synthetic oil.

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SOURCE: heater wont blow hot air in van. How do i fix it?

add coolant to the radiator and it should help circulate it and warm the air up

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SOURCE: my Mitsubishi l300 van wont go in to fourth gear

check gear linkage

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