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My bonneville overheated and now it wont start. i got it started once and it ran horrible and white smoke came out the exhaust


You have a warped head now that leaks coolant into a cylinder. Take both heads off and have a machine shop grind them flat. New head gaskets and you're good to go. That's an over simplified explanation. hats a big job dismantling the engine. Replace the thermostat and flush the radiator too.

Apr 07, 2013 | 1997 Pontiac Bonneville

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How to remove the dash?


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Connect a Phillips head screw bit to a power drill and tighten the power drill's tip. Make sure that the power drill's battery is fully changed before proceeding.

Remove the screws securing the dash to the fire wall and frame with the power drill and bit. Once all of the screws have been removed, pull the dash away from the frame and the fire wall.

Locate the connectors that secure the wires to the components on the rear of the dash. Pull or unscrew all of the wires from the components. Pull the dash out of the Toyota

Jul 22, 2012 | 1998 Toyota Corolla

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How to dismantle a semi trailer with a wooden floor


Maybe use a grinder to grind off the heads of the bolts. Keep a fire extingisher handy because of all the heat produced from grinding. It may help to water down the wood first. After you get the boards off you can always grind the bolts off if you want to put new wood on.

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Cylinderhead dont have a oil pressure


Either the passage of oil to the head is blocked by dirt or a misplaced seal or head gasket or the oil pump has failed. The engine must be dismantled to verify it.

Mar 01, 2011 | Audi A6 Cars & Trucks

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What is a crack head and what do it do


A crack in your cylinder head is generally cause by overheating. The expansion and contraction in the aluminum at higher than normal temperatures is the main problem. Most of the time finding a used head at an auto dismantler is the most economic way to go. You should have the used head check before installing.

Feb 09, 2011 | 2001 Cadillac DeVille

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Head gasket how do i fix it and i need pictures


Replacing the head gasket is a major engine job (it involves practically dismantling it) that requires special tools and expertise. If you don't have both then don't even think about trying it, a cracked head is highly expensive.
Take your car to a shop, it will be cheaper in the end.

Jun 19, 2010 | 1999 Saturn SW

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How do you clear an AC line? Enough condensation


No, we had a similar problem with our '96 Jeep. Plant debris gets into the vents and gets ground up by the fan the plugs the condensation drain. The manual says you have to dismantle the system to fix this but you may be able to get a kit with instructions with out dismantling the whole system from the dealer. You'll need to pull the carpent back, drill a hole then use a small parts grabber to pull the debris out of the system. You have to do most of this basicly standing on your head under the dash. If you decide to take it to a garage don't let them charge you for dismantling the whole system.

Jun 05, 2010 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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How do you remove cd's from a six in dash changer...it will not play or eject the cd's


hi,
It sounds like the CD rack or cartridge inside the head unit has jammed. The only way of getting them out is to remove the 2 Din head unit from the dash/console,due to each CD being lifted up into the eject position and ejected separately.
If you got the tools you can dismantle and remove them from the head unit yourself. Hope this helps, let me know ow you get on.

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I have a daewoo nubira 2.0 cdx its overheating .i did take out the thermostart .connected the fan directly .but still overheating


have problems in the cylinder head or head gasket encounter in dismantling the cylinder head and check whether this is good or deformed

Aug 12, 2009 | 1999 Daewoo Nubira

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