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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
HI, i would inspect the strut assembly for loose structure asap. i would also inspect the wheel knuckle and rotor and tie rod ends for loose fit as well. inspect thoroughly.
Its most likely the CV-joint assembly. the boot may have slipped off, allowing the joint assembly to dry up. i advise to inspect all the above before looking at the CV-half joint assembly and boot.
Posted on May 25, 2009
There is no battery in the world that does not have a negative terminal. but, the negative lead of the jumper should be connected to any solid metal bracket on the engine (on both vehicles) Stay away from drive belts.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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If you can't see or reach this burnt out light from under the open hood, and there are no screws through the lens to take out. You will have to get on your back under front of car and reach up and turn out(about 1/2 turn) the bulb socket from the light assembly. After you replace the defective bulb it goes back in the same way it came out. Good luck, best regards.
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
On nearly any common engine, you can follow the upper radiator hose toward the engine and find the thermostat. I is often under a dome-shaped housing attached to that hose and bolted to the engine block, often with 2, at the most, 3 bolts. When replacing the thermostat, ensure you get the correct replacement gasket and thoroughly clean the surfaces of the removable housing and the mating surface and use a thin film of silicone sealant or adhesive on both sides of the gasket and do not over-torque the mounting bolts when reassembling. Not moderating the force you use can result in twisting off a bolt which then presents another problem again.
Unfortunately some cars may use a thermostat with a permanent element embedded that cannot be replaced without disposing of the entire multi-port housing that contains the thermostatic element; these are much more expensive to replace and no better than the simpler type.
If you are unsure, call several repair shops for quotes before turning your car over for this fairly simple job and you might check any business' reputation with your area BBB.
Posted on Aug 01, 2011
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