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My ring is stuck on my finger - how can I remove it?

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There is a ring on your hand, you are my woman, I am your man

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The latch. On tailgate is stuck closed. How do i get it to open?

You might have to remove the trim ring from around the handle, but if you look under the handle and operate the handle, you will see that there are two arms that move when you pull on the handle. You should be able to reach up with one finger and move the lever further in to release the latch.

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How do you remove a stuck cv from inside at trans axle

Every one I've replaced was stuck. You need to jerk it out. I've pried carefully with a flat blade screwdriver and I've ised a small pry bar as well. Some have a ring on the end that keeps it from pulling out. You need to keep jerking at it and once the ring lines up it will just about fall out. Check and see if the new axle has a ring on it as well. Sometimes you need to move it from the old one onto the new one.

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Remove ring

cut off with angle cutters before it causes blood poisoning in the finger.

May 26, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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After a head gasket replacement the car is burning oil on 3 cylinders i was told the oil rings may be stuck from when it overheated and to drive it to see if it clears up. is this possible

Anything is possible but I think it more likely that your rings where damaged when the engine got hot.Rings have a great deal of spring to them which holds them out against the cylinder wall. Drive it for a couple of weeks to see if it clears up and then do a compression test.Don't forget that oil also has to get past the compression rings as well before it can be burned.I've got my fingers crossed for you.Good Luck

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My no2 and no4 cylinders have little or no compression, how can I fix this problem?

Little or no compression can be a variety of things. I would first check the spark plugs, make sure they are completely tightened, wouldn't hurt to put your finger down there and feel for air when the engine is running. Next are the fuel injectors, put your finger across them and feel for air flow, if you do feel air pumping, then some o-rings need replaced on the injectors, or you need new injectors. If not, you might have stuck valve.. put a paper towel on the tailpipe with the engine running and see if it gets sucked in, if it does, you have a stuck/bad valve in your cylinder head, which is fixable. Lastly, and the worst part, is that your piston rings are shot and is creating your problem. I basically listed all things fixable from cheapest to most expensive. I should point out, that you're relying on a compression tester... make sure that it's actually working. I've read horror stories from using a bad compression tester. Good luck and I hope this is good advice.

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Drive shaft changing

Check if their is a ring just inside the outer casing. To check Push the drive all the way in then with your finger in the track for the drive rollers slide your finger all the way out to the end. Just before your finger is all the way out you should feel the ring across the track. Slide a small flat screwdriver under the part of the ring you feel in the track pry it up and out. I am not sure if this is the way it is kept in on a volvo but is a common way that drives are in. Cheer's

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How do I replace the thermostat on 97 sebring

Umm you don't say what engine, so I'll give you generic directions, first follow the upper radiator hose to where it goes in the engine, there's either two or three bolts and a flat flange, unbolt and remove the flange, you don't have to remove the hose(Easier if you don't)

(It's usually stuck give the hose a sideways whack with your hand, that'll usually pop the flange right off)

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replace the new thermostat with the spring looking side into the engine. if an "O" ring no sealer is needed, if a flat paper either coat both sides in Blue silicone(Thin coating, or just use the silicone and no gasket run a bead and smooth it with your finger, won;t hurt you and fairly easy to wipe offPut the hose end back on ans start the bolts by finger, run them down loosely and be sure some blue squooshes out evenly all around tighten bolts medium tight and fill with WATER, check for leaks, if no leaks add antifreeze and you'e done

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Key stuck

My in-laws had this problem, too. I solved the problem by removing an accent "ring" where the button on the gear select is. This ring evidently was not allowing the button to fully extend and thus the car didn't realize it was in park. After removing the ring (again, just an accent piece) the button fully extends and there has been no other issues.

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