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Re: How do I remove spare wheel from bipper van
Find the release bolt from underneath, measure the bolt position relative to edges or some other defined point that you can follow through the same points/edges to the top (you may have to estimate a little) and work out where to drill or remove the ply to reveal the release.
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remove the front wheel and support the van then remove the two bolts that hold the caliper then remove the old pads then using a clamp or big channel lock plies press the caliper piston in so the caliper can go on after you put on the new pads after you would of replace your wheels pump up your breaks and check to see if you need to put in some more brake fluid
All of the Manuals Instruct you to Remove Exhaust Cat Converter & Loosen The rest,To Gain A Large Enough Hole to Get the Pump Out' & Well Experienced Techs Know that Exhaust Nuts are DRY and Practicly WELDED ON and Easy to BREAK. To Get Around this you can Work with WET Nuts & Bolts. 1.) Remove Passenger Wheel and Plastic Gravel Gaurd 2.) Remove Tie rod End and Lower Ball Joint 3.) Remove AXEL Cotter Pin & 1 1/4 Outer Axel Nut 4.) Remove Axel 5,) Remove 2 P/s Hoses 1 18mm Line Nut 1 Hose Clamp 6.) Remove 4 15mm Mounting Bolts On Pump 3 Front 1+ "L" Bracket (BACK) Then LAST the FILL Hose From Remote Resovooir.
This Gives you A VERY Large HOLE in the Center of the SUBFRAME Cradle to Pull the P/S Pumb OUT and Avoids Breaking Any Exhaust Bolts and CUTS TIME By 1 1.2 Hours. Reverse Procedure to Install
Place van in park and place chocks behind the rear wheels. Jack up the van and place two jack stands underneath the frame. Remove the front tires. Loosen the bolts holding the caliper assemblies and use a large flat screwdriver to pull the caliper 1/16 in. Remove the bolts holding the calipers and pads and set the assembly up out of the way. Do not put any strain on the brake lines. Take off the bearing caps. Remove the cotter pins and wheel bearing nuts. Pull the rotors off. Inspect and have them machined or replace them with new.
To replace the fuel filter of Your 1999 grand voyager, please follow the steps below, You will be in need of these instruments, Line wrench set, 3/8-inch ratchet and socket set, Replacement fuel filter kit.
Park the 1999 Grand Voyager in a ventilated area and engage the emergency brake,
Walk to the back of the 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager and completely unscrew the gas cap from the fill neck on the gas tank. Taking the cap off will remove the pressure in the fuel filter.
Jack the back of the 1999 Grand Voyager up and put the jack stands under the rear jack points. Slowly release the jack so that the van is sitting evenly and securely on the jack stands.
Slide under the passenger-side rear of the van behind the tire. Locate the fuel filter that is mounted to the upper part of the gas tank. This type of fuel filter has three fuel lines coming out of it.
Position the drip pan under the gas tank in the general vicinity of the fuel filter. Using a clean rag, compress the fuel lines on the ends. The fuel lines are held to the fuel filter by a plastic clip. Compressing the end of the fuel line will unlock the fuel line from the clip. Pull out on the fuel lines. Do this to all three of the fuel lines.
Remove the bolt from the fuel filter bracket with the 3/8-inch drive ratchet and a 3/8-inch drive socket. Then, pull the fuel filter out of the bracket and put it into the drip pan.
Position the new fuel filter into the bracket. Screw the mounting bolt in and tighten it down tight with the ratchet and socket.
Push all three fuel lines onto the appropriate fuel filter ports. Hook the fuel lines to the same fuel filter ports that they were hooked to on the old filter.
Pull the drip pan out from under the van. Screw the gas cap back onto the fill neck of the gas tank until it clicks. Then, turn the ignition key on and off five different times. Crank the engine on the fifth turn of the ignition. Inspect the new fuel filter for leaks while the engine is running. Then, turn the engine off.
1999 Grand Voyager back up and pull the jack stands out from under the van. Lower the van back to the ground and slide the jack out.
HI, you will need to remove as much fuel as possible, then raise the van up and support it so there is enough room under the van to drop the tank out.
1) remove the fuel line from the fuel filter and the return line .
2) you will see a black EVAP canister by the fuel filter you will need to disconnect the lines from it. The remove the lines from the fuel tank that run from the canister.
3) Loosen the clamps on the fuel filler neck and pry the neck away from the tank. there will be a small vet line running to the filler neck this also needs to be removed.
4) you will need to support the tank and remove the 3 bolts holding the straps. then lower the tank down.
Hello robinhutchis: My name is roger and I will help with your question. You will find the fuel filter located under the van just to the right of the fuel pump and located above the fuel tank. Will look like a oblong ball with three lines attached to it. One line goes toward the front of the van the other two should point toward the fuel pump. Will be held by one fastener. Either a 10mm. or 13mm. headed bolt. Remove the bolt and release the locks on the fuel lines. NOTE. (Fuel lines are under pressure and will leak gas. Besure not to smoke or create a spark as serius harm to your self is posiable or fire.) Reinstall new filter in space of the old filter. Secure fuel lines and the filter.
What's happening is that the latch is not releasing - a safety feature
so the tire doesn't drop down onto the road should the cable or assembly rust/break etc. While researching I got this info from another
forum: Jack up the rear of the van.
Wind the spare "up". now put your jack under the spare to support its
weight. Then "unwind" it. now look up through the spare to the winch
assembly. You'll see a latch at the back - towards the rear of the van.
Reach in with a long screwdriver and release it by moving it towards
the rear of the van. If you've unwound the winch you should be able to
move the plastic holder downwards. Once you've done this you can allow
the tire to come down and remove it. Now remove the winch assembly - 5
or 6 bolts. Odds are you'll see apiece of wire hanging or it may have
fallen out. You'll also see a spring clip - it clips onto the underside
so when you unwind the winch it should pull the aforementioned latch to
release the tire. You should be able to get this back in place by
fiddling with it, or just attach a wire to the latch to work it
manually. Or buy a new winch assembly - approx. $150. Good luck
jack up and support van passenger side first with wheels straight remove wheel unbolt idler arm from center link and using a fork designed for removing front end parts some auto stores let u borrow / loan u fork remove idler arm unbolt (2) from frame replace and bolt in new one replace wheel other side wheels straight jack and remove wheel mark pitman at steer box so u can transfer mark to new pitman unbolt and us fork to remove pitman from center link us pulley to remove pitman transfer marks to new arm align up replace bolt up replace wheel done
Drain the radiator, Remove the upper and lower radiator hoses, Disconnect the trans. cooler lines. These are "hard" lines connected to the radiator approx. 5/16 lines. Remove the mounting bolts of the shroud (if equipped) Remove the mounting bolts for the radiator and lift straight up. Installation is the reverse. Be sure to fill your radiator with a 50/50 mix of coolant to water. Start and run van and check for leaks.