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What is meant by 'add a product'? I haven't added a product yet because I don't know what kind of product I'm suppose to 'add' and, (add to what?)Why? Do I have to? Right now? How about in a short while from now(after someone explains this 'product thing' to me

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My ford f 150 ac clutch is surging every 5 to 10 seconds.


Usually that means you're low on refrigerant(commonly called Freon).Get someone who knows how to check pressures and do this.
It's very simple to have some added. I usually add a 2 oz. can of refrigerant oil also. Then I add the r-134 or whatever it takes. Probably needs two 12-14 oz. cans. don-ohio

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Into which hose do I pour in Seafoam?


There is no product listed on the Seafoam internet site which is meant to be poured in a brake booster hose. Adding anything, other than fresh brake fluid or brake lubricant, to your brake system is downright dangerous. Please don't do it.
That said, the most likely place (depending on which Seafoam product you are referring to) to add it is in the fuel tank

http://www.seafoamsales.com/

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Starter replacement


I passed this question up yesterday because people don't generally rebuild starters anymore. They exchange their starter for a rebuilt one at a parts store. I suppose you can still buy the brushes and the bushings to do it, but I haven't in 25+ years.

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2002town and country ac failed what could it be


Could be you have a slow leak and the safety low pressure switch has shut down your compressor so that it doesn't seize from lack of oil. Check all the refrigeration lines, the condenser (in front of the radiator) and the belt driven compressor for any signs of oil seepage. Do this with a good flashlight while the engine is cool and not running. If you don't see anything wrong, try having a can of 134 added and see if it runs at all. If it cycles off and on, you have a leak but if adding more charge gets it running, I would just run it and see how long it holds. These leaks can be a problem to find without dyes or leak detectors. Fixing the leak could be more trouble and money than its worth if you only need to add the stuff once a year.

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Im just wondering how to fill the transmission fluid i cant find a dipstick or fill hole every other thing has a fill hole in it Thank-You


I am not a VW expert, but what I've heard is that your generation of Jettas have "sealed" automatic transmissions. Meaning they intended the fluid to last the life of the vehicle so they made no provision for checking or adding fluid.
That said I believe there are add and drain bolts you can remove but it's a huge PITA to get the fluid to the proper level, you have to wait until it spills out a hole at a certain temperature or something like that.
Do you know you need fluid? Or are you just trying to check or change it? Unless you're up for a headache you might want to let the dealer handle this one.
I have heard that there is a place on the transmission where you can install a dipstick, supposedly you can get kits off ebay or someplace to install one.

That's all assuming you have an automatic, if it's a manual then I have no idea, haven't worked on one and have never heard any issues concerning it.

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How to put freon in system at home


If you have to add refrigerant, you obviously
know you have a leak & adding will polute the
atmosphere.

While not enforced except at repair shops,
it is against the law to do so

How will you know how much is in the system
& how much to add,you don't

Leave that to a trained mechanic

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How to replace ignition switch in 1981 Ford F-150 when you don't have the keys


You don't need to replace the switch,just the lock cylinder.You gotta pull the steering wheel,turn signal switch,etc to get at the cylinder(I haven't done this on a Ford product,but most cylinders have some kind of clip or bolt retaining them)Some auto parts stores used to have replacement cylinders,don't know if this is still the case)

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Transmission fluid


The motor doesn't have to come out but a proper transmission drain and refill requires the VagCom diagnostic software to monitor transmission temperatures (it's supposed to be done with the fluid at a particular temperature). You'll have to flatbed the car there though - you don't want to drive the car with the transmission improperly filled. Of course, you can drain all the oil out and replace it yourself - no worries there - but don't drive the car without the transmission being filled properly.

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Hehe, GM dealer could not do it for us either

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Adding r134a to 5.3l


you have two ports one on either side of orifice. one is high and other is low

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