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How can i walk the ridge on a very steep hidden fastener roof so i can put the ridge cap on it

I have a friend who has been a roofer all his working life and he is like Spiderman and simply walks around up there as confidently as I walk around my house. If the roof has clay or cement pantiles he lifts one or two out so he can stand on the battens and sometimes he uses a crawler to reach the ridge.

Most people are more danger-aware and will straddle the ridge, gripping with their knees and thighs like a rider, inching their way by sliding the hindquarters along with the help of the arms until the part needing attention is reached.

Mar 16, 2018 | Cars & Trucks

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Can the connecting rod bearings be changed via the oil pan without pulling the engine?

however as there may/will be a ring ridge at the top of the cylinder any new bearings fitted may make the top ring hit that ridge
if you are replacing just oneset of bearings on one con-rod you may get away with it but it there is a tapping noise after the job it will be the rings hitting the ridge
if left un-attended to , there is the possibilities of broken top rings or broken ring lands on the piston

Nov 19, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Remove broken key from egnition


Use needle-nose pliers to pull the broken key out, if there is enough of it sticking out of the ignition to grab. Put a little melted wax, Museum Putty or Super Glue on the pliers before you grab the key.

Make sure that the ignition is in the "neutral" position so that the tumblers are not gripping the key. If it is in the locked position, insert a thin hacksaw blade--with the teeth facing up--next to the broken key, and turn the ignition to the "neutral" position.

Pull gently up on the hacksaw blade. If you are lucky, the teeth will grab the key and slide it out. Try this with the hacksaw blade behind the key, and again on top of the key. Most keys have a groove on them that the hacksaw blade can grab, so wiggle and twist the hacksaw blade around and see if you can feel it catch the key.

Try using the hacksaw blade and the pliers together--pushing with the blade and pulling with the pliers.

Cut or break a six- to eight-inch piece off of a wire coat hanger and use your pliers to fashion a small hook at the end. Slide this into the ignition behind the key and try to grab it. If that doesn't work, insert the wire in front of the key and try again.

Spray a little cooking spray or WD-40 into the ignition and try again with the hacksaw blade. Remember to try both in front of and behind the key, and to wiggle the blade. Do not spray the lubricant before trying the pliers or wire, because now your key is not only stuck, it is slippery.

Call a locksmith if the above steps do not work. Do it before you get too frustrated, because it is much cheaper to replace a key than it is to replace a key and a shattered ignition.

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Jan 23, 2012 | 2002 Kia Spectra

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Can the serpentine belt if put on backwards cause the timing belt to jump in any way on a 2003 saturn l300 v6

the serpentine belt has ridges in it, and should only be put on with the ridges facing downward toward the ridges on the pulleys., there is a possibility that the timing could have jumped due to the serpentine belt slipping.

Mar 22, 2011 | Saturn L300 Cars & Trucks

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I have a 1999 Mercedes-Benz ml430 i need a diagram to finish putting on my serpentine belt can you help me

I cant find a diagram however i can tell you how it goes. Starting at the alternator the belt goes completely around alternator (ridge side to pulley). pulley then over the water pump pulley (smooth side to the pulley), then down to the right around the tensioner pulley (smooth side to the pulley), then back to the left up and over the crank pulley (ridge side to the pulley), then to the right around the ac compressor (ridge side to the pulley), then up over the power steering pulley (ridge side to pulley) and then finally to the left over the idler pulley. have a good day.

Mar 11, 2011 | 1987 Mercedes-Benz 300-Class

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I repalced the rear brake shoes, now the drum wont go on

Did you back off the adjuster. If yes check the drums for a ridge on drums. If there is a ridge grind it off and drums should go on.

Jul 23, 2010 | 2008 Dodge Caliber

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How do you replace the sepentine belt on a 1999 ford taurus?

First, make a very careful examination of the old belt's routing. It may look simple, but once it's off it can be tricky getting it back properly. Find the belt tensioner, ( it will be a small pulley mounted on a movable arm ). There are a few types, some have a 3/8" or 1/2" bolt, some have an indentation that you put a 1/2" ratchet into. Move the tensioner whichever way necessary to relieve tension from the belt and remove the belt from one of the pulleys. Installation is the reverse. You will notice ridges on the edge of the pulleys and grooves between the ridges. Be sure the new belt is seated fully in the grooves and between the ridges. Some vehicles have one pulley with no ridges, if possible route the belt over that pulley last, it is easier to slide it over the smooth edge.

Jan 13, 2010 | 1999 Ford Taurus

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SPARK GAP FOR 1990 TOYOTA COROLLA I bought NGK G-POWER PLATINUM SPARK PLUGS Looking everywhere - I checked all the panels under the hood and I don't have a car manual for my 1990 4 cyl 1.6 litre 4-door...

Do you happen to have a hacksaw blade? The thickness of the hacksaw blade is equal to the clearance of the
spark plug contacts. You can put the hacksaw blade flat
between the contacts, and make the necessary adjustment. Then, start your engine. Send in your e-mail
so we will know.

Oct 11, 2009 | Toyota Corolla Cars & Trucks

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I need a diagram of a 2004 suzuki forenza Serpentine Belt

That's easy, there are some pulleys with ridges to grip the underside of the belt, and some are smooth for the top side of the belt.
I can only assume your belt broke and fell off so you couldn't see how it was on prior. But either way you have limited length, and the last place you would be routing the belt is the tensioner, which you should have located first, so you can have a wrench handy to fit it.

Here's what you have:
Top left= alternator (small ridged)
top right = power steering (large ridged)
Bottom right = AC compressor (large ridged)
Bottom middle = Crank Pulley (large ridged)
In middle next to Power steering = Tensioner (small shiny smooth)

Remove the air cleaner housing (two bolts)
Start on left top side and loop belt (clockwise) across the alternator to the power steering down to AC (also clockwise from right to left) then over to crank pulley (from bottom clockwise around to top of pulley) to tensioner (smooth, belt is backwards on it) which will go back up to the alternator.

At the top middle there should be a sensor protruding from the timing cover that the belt passes under as it connects between the alternator and the power steering. And you won't easily be able to fit anything besides a box-end wrench on the tensioner, so you may need some kind of extension on the wrench to get good torque on it without hurting yourself.

Aug 31, 2009 | 2004 Suzuki Forenza

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1994 Chevrolet cavalier

You can get this from your local parts house such as Auto Zone, or Advance , among others. The parts folks are doing more and more of this kind of service.

Aug 28, 2008 | 1994 Chevrolet Cavalier

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