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Best method is to pull the shafts and fit complete boots with bands . If you want a quicky job you can buy boots that are split and you put these around the shaft and pinch togeather or glue togeather and then use bands. Depends on wether you want a long lasting job or not. I sure Repco still sell them
The fuel pump incorporates a inertia switch,The switch is next to the ECM,you may have triggered,reset it by pressing the red top.If that doesnt do it the pressure regulator uses a spring diaghram modified by a vacuum signal,remove the vacuum signal (just to start)
Your best bet is to go to your local library or to a parts store and purchased a manual the manual if you purchase it can usually be returned or if you decide to keep it it may come in handy in the future.
Yes there is another way to do it but go slow and do it wright
Bleed by using the screw nut on the pipes you just fitted by.
Pump pedal 3times fast and hold down get someone to clamp all 2 hoses (1F/1brake pipe over rear axle) with small G clamps and then undo pipe nut on the one without clamp when pedal on floor lock up and do again ,when done 2 times put clamp from other side to the 1 you just done and do the same again to that side, when Front done take clamp from rear pipe and put on front and to the same bleeding to the rear BUT
pump up 3 times and open both nuts togeather and tighten both togeather and do the rear 4 times not 2, ANDTop up M/Cylinder every time , you might find jacking up rear of car is a lot better to remove air
Electric or manual??? If electric one of the motors has gone out. If the kids were playing with it they may have held the button down causing the motor to spin while the seat was all the way foward and it will just burn the motor up after so long. Also the switch could be bad. Unfortunatley being that its power there is no way to manually move the seat back without the motor turning or removing the seat and spinning the motor sprocket by hand...