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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: remove oil pan
Try this, before removing bolts, breaking loose the factory gaskets seals, fighting with cross members and steering joints, some vehicles can never get done correctly unless a professional mechanic with proper tools and educated ways of removing a oil pan. clean it up where the crack is place some paper towel there after draining out all the oil you can, hint-- might need to sit a day with clean paper towel under it making sure its not releasing any more oil out the crack, scrub it with sand paper when its all dry and clean place some "seal all" brand glue over the crack seal all works on oil, grease, gasoline,must be absolutely clean and dry first. after two coats it dries fast then place some paper in third layer to give more stability to the patch. most of the time you will not need to replace the oil pan. if it still leaks get a good book on your vehicle in the public library they give instructions on most all repairs.removal and replacement.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
if you have your old drain plug take it to a auto part store get a self tapping drain plug! save big$$$$$ I have installed piles of these they last for ever $5-$20- for one. cheers
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
SOURCE: 2003 oil pan removal
Use extreme caution when the engine is operating. Do not stand in a direct line with the fan. Do not put your hands near the pulleys, belts or fan. Do not wear loose clothing.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
bruce in the wireharness on the plugins they have numbers, write them down and go to the neares chevy dealerchip,talk to the parts personel if posible to the parts manager.and talk to him about the problem you are running into ,then they can ck the numbers to see if you have the right wireharness for your z28 camaro,you might have a harness for a camaro but it could be tha its for a v6 or just a camaro, and not a z28 camaro that couid be the diference.let me know
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
Remove the horn it's self and try grounding the mount and then put power to the post,if it won't blow try tapping on it.If that does'nt work the try adjusting the screw thats in the rear of the horn to see if you can make it work,if not get a new horn.If the horn blew when you bench tested it then you need to see if you have power to it with a multi meter or a test light,if yes,clean the grounds where it mount both on the car and on the horn mount.If no,then you need to check fo power from the horn button to the relay by useing the test light or multi-meter again and check the relay feed,[#85 or 86 in the relay socket] for power from the horn button.If you have power on either then replace the relay,if not then the horn button is not working and the stearing wheel needs to come off to find out what you need.This replier is assumeing that you have already checked the horn fuse,right?
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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