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Hello. Just moved in to a place wit an ariston stovetop. I bought new induction-friendly pans and now only some work. I think this is becuase of sizing on the cooktop. 'm pretty frustrated at

New pans. Making sure some pans work but not the small ones. ASking an electrician

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How do I change the oil pan gasket?

Whether it's an engine oil pan (called the 'sump'' in the UK) or a transmission oil pan the principle is the same on all vehicles.
1. Drain the oil

2. Remove the bolts holding the sump/pan in place:
change-oil-pan-gasket-mcgwfbeeztshkxy1nyom2hsg-4-1.jpg The oil drain plug, though depending on your vehicle it may look different:
change-oil-pan-gasket-mcgwfbeeztshkxy1nyom2hsg-4-3.jpg change-oil-pan-gasket-mcgwfbeeztshkxy1nyom2hsg-4-6.jpgNew gasket held in place with sealant
Use a blunt screwdriver -if needed - and prise the oil pan free. remove all traces of the old gasket from the mating surfaces.

Use a smear of sealant to hold the new gasket in the correct position on the pan - this will hold it in place when you refit the pan.

Push the pan into position and put in a front bolt finger-tight. Then put in a rear bolt finger-tight.

Putting in the bolts finger-tight allows you to gently 'move' the pan if needed to put the bolts in one at a time.

When all bolts are in, tighten them with a wrench/socket. Then check them all again for tightness.

It isn't actually a big job .. more 'messy' because of the oil.

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What would cause my 09 Traverse will not move when put in reverse

the timing chain is located in front of the motor where the fan keeps the car cool, it not the timing chain becuase if that was the issue the motor would not run and may not even turn over, timing chain in the older cars where made with steel chain, now days its just rubber, and it works under the same purpose.

the plate in the transmission maybe broken, gear for the rear verse
broken, teeth maybe striped off, or the band in the transmission out of alinment or broken band, no one will know until some one takes it apart.,
you could remove the transmission pan inspect the linkage, bands, plates, check make sure theres is no metal pieces in the bottom of the transmission pan, than put new gasket and new transmission fluid in it, also put slick 50 or product that may help transmissions with alot of mileage on them to work until you can afford to fix the transmission.

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Oil filter

You'll need an oil filter wrench, collection pan, and socket set for starters. A lift and jack stands are advisable for safety reasons. Any auto store in your area can look up your vehicles specific oil filter and specific oil weight needed. Some even tell you your cars oil capacity. Once you've got the materials and the car is raised start by loosening the oil pan bolt but not removing it. Once you can spin it wit your finger line up the oil pan and remove the bolt with your fingers keeping in mind there is usually a washer you'll need to remove also(if it ends up in the pan of oil a magnet will easily retrieve it. Once drained remove the old filter and replace with new one. Replace the washer and bolt. Under the good you'll find your oil reservoirs cap. Remove it and either using a funnel or simply cutting an empty bottle in half using the cap end without cap to act as a funnel(I've even used an oil quart container I just bought storing the contents in a large cup, bowl, or other disposable container. Once you think you've got enough oil in the car run it for 5 minutes to circulate the new oil. Turn engine off and check the oil level using the dipstick. Adding more oil is easier than removing but if your level is too high you risk blowing seals so do not ignore this. Dispose of oil properly, most auto shops take used oil for free.

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Will 93 crown vic ,motor work in 96 crown vic

No,not without a lot of switching of electronics

1993 is OBD1 & 1996 on is OBD2 System

The engine may be okey-- but not the induction
system or any electrical

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Transmission leaks only when driving

You are getting too much pressure in the system and the gasket are the place where the pressure is released.

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91 escort transmission automatic

91?..hummmm...probabely main regulator vave stuck in the control valve assembly,.you would have to remove lower pan and disassemble it to free up stuck valves..however if there is a lot of metal on the two magnets in the pan,..chances are you will need a trans repair trans is a f4ael.....

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2004 dodge ram 2500 waisted oil.

Check Out your pcv

" Inspect the Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) valve. Shake the PCV valve to verify that the pintle inside of the PCV valve is free. Replace the PVC if the pintle is not free"

and then check this Tech Service bulletin TSB 09-05-00 Spark knock and oil consumption due to intake manifold pan gasket oil leak. .
"If the intake manifold plenum pan gasket is leaking, an additional vacuum source will be created inside of the engine at the location of the pan gasket leakage.- Engine combustion blow-by gases, oil vapor, and air from the crankcase filter/breather may be drawn past the leaking pan gasket and into the intake manifold. In most cases when this condition occurs, an engine at idle will create the highest vacuum and lowest amount of engine blow-by."

All instructions for the test and fix are in the bulletin. Don't do anything to void your warranty this is for your information and knowledge.

Your oil manufacturer should not be an issue if it exceeds specs for your vehicle (most do)
The oil weight may be an issue if you are not using the recommended weight. (still unlikely)

Plugs are different definitely stay only with the manufacturer recommended for best performance

While 1 quart per 3000 may not seem outrages to some any oil leakage from a new vehicle should be unacceptable.

I cannot suggest any other recourse than these other than to make sure you have all your trips to the dealer documenting the complaint and the resolution or lack of solution. If you have tried all your resources to fix the vehicle it may be time for different direction and a different group of professionals.. So maybe yes to your question " there sumting wrong wit my truck???"

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Oil pan replacement

biggest advice i can think of is to make sure ALL of the old gasket material is removed before installing new pan to keep it from leaking when you install new gasket a thin coat of Form-A-Gasket or similar type silicone on new gasket sure helps out hope this helps

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