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No vehicle consumes any fluids
No need to top up anything
If you find ANY fluid low, you have
a leak to repair
Posted on Jul 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is a clear plastic container like a small pill bottle on the fuel line. You just need to unclamp the old one and clamp the new one in place, making sure you fit it excatly the same as way as the old one. It should have an arrow on it.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
it basically the same with the other engines...as long as you know what parts to remove. Just make sure that before you remove the belt/s and tensioner/, the timing marks are in the right place. I have changed timing belts without instructions...experience is needed though. I suggest better get a service manual to be sure if this is your first time.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
SOURCE: Where is the water pump
The water pump on the 92 Laser is easily replaced. You just need to
untension the the belt driving the bump. Once you have done that all
you need to do is undo the bolts and take the pump into your local auto
parts dealer. Now that you have the pump install it and retension the
U actually have to remove alternator belt and powersteering/a/c belts, then remove timing belt cover, remove timing belt adjuster, and slide timing belt off top pulley, making sure you mark it before removing it, so as to put it back in same position. Next, unbolt 2 bolts at bottom of water pump (this is a bit fiddly, but doable, then, undo water pump, replace with new water pump, being sure to use gasket cement, aswell as new gasket, which should be supplied with pump, then put it all back together, in reverse order of removal. Fill cooling system, check for leaks, and voila, u have done it :)
Check this at ehow.com
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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