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Have a Friedrich Oil Burner model number OEA that needs replacing. Since this model no longer exists, can you suggest a possible replacement?

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My Toyostove laser 56 is making a loud humming noise. I tried the suggestion and replaced the heat mat, and the burner ring. I also replaced the gaskets.

Contact them direct for a local service agent. Swapping parts out is not the fix you need, but correct diagnosis of the problem.

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When to replace timing chain on toyota rav4

Broad opinion is the chain is good for 200,000 or the life of the engine. The big problem is the life of a chain is so variable depending on maintenance and driving conditions.

A car with fewer cold starts and longer journeys driven mostly at a constant speed that has had regular oil changes using quality oil will have a considerably longer timing chain life than a car that has lots of cold starts, short runs and minimal maintenance.

Mostly a worn chain will rattle at idle for a while before it breaks and causes damage. When servicing a chain driven engine it is often possible to get a look at the chain through the oil filler. If not it is worthwhile to occasionally remove the valve cover and expose the chain and check it for wear where it passes over the sprockets.

With a worn chain it will be possible to detect some slackness where it passes over a sprocket even though the chain seems tight between the sprockets. This condition indicates the ideal time to change the chain, tensioner and guides for the purpose of preventative maintenance, though typically a chain will last a lot longer but then when the chain must eventually be replaced the sprockets are likely to need replacing in addition to avoid a prematurely worn (replacement) chain.

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Why would clacking still exist after lifters have been changed. Also, oil seems to vanish periodically. Is the loss of oil related to the clacking?

If this engine has hydraulic lifters and no lash adjustment available, you may have one or more cracks in the lifter bores causing the lifter to bleed down and take longer to pressurize back up.If not leaking oil, it has to be burning it. Possibly through worn valve guides/seals in the cylinder head.

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Oil filter engine 6 0

Go to another spare parts shop and check out their catalogues. Check the numbers on your existing filters and plugs.;

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Hard to start when hot, and gaining hiher oil level, and check engine light is on

Please try this suggestion:

  • First check the oil. If the oils black then replace the oil and I suggest to use a synthetic engine oil for longer life.
  • And also make sure to use additives to ensure to lessen the friction inside your engine.
  • And also try to drain the radiator water and replace it with the new one and I recommend to use a coolant.
If you have further questions feel free to reply to this solution. Have a great day. Cheers.

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What causes the oil light to come on?

The oil light will come on orange if your oil level is low. The oil light will come on red if your oil pressure is low. The oil light will come on, then turn off if your oil level sensor needs replacing. Alex

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I have an oil leak, i have replace the oil pan gasket and the rear main seal on it and the problem still exist, the jeep has close to 200,000 miles on it any suggestions

If you can baby the engine, you may get another 100,000 out of it. 200,000 is high but it's a great engine and I have seen many exceed 300,000.

You may try getting an extra 1 half to 1 full turn, ( clockwise ), on your oil filter. Because most filters these days are designed for hand tightening, ( so you don't need an oil filter wrench ), and often when the filter is changed, like durring an oil change service, the person/mechanic has grime on his hands and lacks the grip to get it tight enough to get a good seal.

If you try that, and still have leaking and can't verify the source, you may consider using an oil stop leak product. I have used these products a number of times in the past and was well satisfied with the results. If your leak is relatively small, these products would likelystop your leak.
Also, you would need to add the stop leak product with each oil change.

I hope this helps you.

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94 cherokee

It depends.. I use wd40 on my car a lot - to slow down decay :-) Also buying those non-toxic oil from Canadian tire - in green spray can - forgot the name... Try to use rust converter ( spray), then paint over using spray paint ( use some plastic steel if needed for patching before spraying paint). My car have many spots everywhere on all edges - all doors/hood. :-) I wait for dry summer days to repair it.

Good luck

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Get problem on Auto-Transmission

you will have to look on the case of the transmission and get any codes or numbers off of it and go to a tranny shop to find out

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