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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: van barley moves in reverse
It could be a myriad of things, start off by checking the transmission oil level and also look if it is black This would signify that the valve passages could be clogged or that there is something further amiss in the transmission.
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
Wait. Maybe you're in the wrong place. All cars I have seen have the clutch master cylinder bolted to the firewall inside the engine compartment. You take off the line going to the clutch, remove two bolts or nuts holding the unit to the firewall; and remove the unit. The only thing maybe to remove under the dash is the pushrod from the clutch pedal to the master cylinder.
Now if yours is different, then proceed, but check under the hood for the clutch master cylinder first.
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
SOURCE: FORD ECONOVAN MAXi 2.0 Hi, i have a serious creaking and groaning noise from the front nearside when I hit a bump or speed hump could I need a new shock absorber? I dont get the bump I would expect
It could be your shock/strut for sure. It could also be other suspension parts like the control arm or ball joints but I would suspect shocks first. If you arent extremely proficient, I would leave this repair to the pros. It isnt hard but it is incredibly dangerous. To get the old shock off you need to compress the spring with a special tool, and once it is compressed, it is like a bomb waiting to go off and could easily kill you. Take it to a shop and have them confirm the problem then do the repair. It should be around 150 for the part ( or less!) and another 100 for the labor.
Posted on Jul 10, 2014
point gap is .40 to .50 mm ( point 4 to point 5 mm) or .015 to .20"
most point distributors are at the .02 " mark but check and adjust as points to wide will misfire under load or lack power if too close
point gap variations can change ignition timing
Posted on Nov 20, 2016
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