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Have a oldsmobile alero that over heats every 5 to 10 mins, always have to pull over. Thinking there might be a pin hole in hoses that enlarge under pressure, do not see any coolant leak at all. Think

Might be the thermostat or could be a cracked head! Check your oil for water! And you can buy some stop leak from like auto zone or other parts house

Jan 14, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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98 caddi deville small pin leak at top of radiator, changed cap to 10 pd , stopped leaking but when we use the air cond it over heats and needs more coolant getting frustrated

The radiator cap is rated for a reason. The higher the pressure the cap holds, the higher the boiling temperature is because the high pressure holds air in the coolant. By putting a lower rated cap on your lowered the boiling point of the coolant. Put the correct cap on and fix the leak. Why didn't you just fix the leak in the first place? You can use JB Weld to fix a pin-hole.

Jun 08, 2011 | Cadillac DeVille Cars & Trucks

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How do you take out a radio on a 96' century buick?

this is a easy part to replace,, if the tumbler still works and you can start the car ,,, put the key in the tumbler and start the car up ,, this is the position ware the tumbler is ready to come out ,,,, if you look on the bottom steering column bezel there is an access hole in the plastic panel ,, use a pick , or something like a pick to insert it into the hole and push up ,, this will release the lock tumbler pin and you can wiggle the hole key and tumbler out of the steering column ,,,,,see below

then put the new tumbler in the same position and depress its pin ,, slide it in the hole and shut the car off ,, this will force the pin out and the tumbler is now in place ..

Good luck.

Feb 04, 2011 | 1996 Buick Century

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How do i remove the steering colum shroud to replace ignition on 1996 ford thunderbird

Remove the bottom shroud panel below the steering wheel and then the bottom black steering wheel cover (3 screws in the holes). You will see a 1/8 inch hole and pin below the lock set. Put the key lock in the neutral position and push the pin and remove the ignition lock set. Put the new lock set in the neutral position and insert it. Turn it to the off position which resets the lock pin.

Nov 05, 2010 | Ford Thunderbird Cars & Trucks

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Sagging door

The easiest way to check for sure is to open the door and lift up. If the door moves an inch or two but not the truck, they are loose. Look around carefully at the hinge to see if the holes are out of round. If they appear to be then get oversize bushings when you get the new pins. They aren't hard to do but you will need a helper. The door needs to be supported while you drive the pins out, I use an old bumper jack but any jack will do the trick. The helper steady's the door so it doesn't twist. There should be a clip on one end of your pins and you probably won't be able to save it so pick up new ones when you get the new pins. with the clips off use a hammer and punch and take the old pins out and the door off. If the holes are ovaled then you will need to **** them out for the bigger bushings. Just remember that the holes will be worn opposite, the top hole at the back and the bottom hole at the front so ram the opposite way and check it often.Your pin doesn't have to be perfectly straight but close. The top hole is usually the worst. When you put the door back on, if you couldn't save or get new clips just put the top pin in so the head is up and you should be okay.
If you have to take the hinge off to drill it the trace out its exact position on the door frame before you remove it so your door will line up when you put it back on. Hope this helps.

Jan 18, 2010 | 1995 Chevrolet G20

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Need to replace thermostat hose going into

don't use any compounds on it, 9 out of 10 times it'll just start leaking again. replace the part.

Dec 20, 2009 | 1998 Chevrolet Blazer

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The cross-shaft goes in so that the hole in it lines up with the bolt hole in the carrier. Place one spider gear in contact with the side gears on one side and the other on the opposite side, one at the top, one at the bottom. Rotate the gears into place. before pushing the pin through, put your finger inside each bore and make sure that the spider gear shims are also aligned so the shaft can pass through without interference. then after it's in, align the bolt hole and replace it. Don't forget to put the axle clip back before putting the pin in.

Oct 04, 2009 | Ford Mustang Cars & Trucks

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Passanger window behind driver, just clicks

can you hear the window regulator go all the way down but just not the window. if so you have lost you window pin it is what holds the window into the guide not a hard job just a little cumbersome. You will have to remove your door panel for that you will need to pry off the door grab bar trim it is tuff just use like a small flat head screw driver or f you can a trim tool called bone tool. there are two phillips screws behind that trim. then there are one or two torx 25 screws that hold on at the bottom of the door panel. then pull the trim piece off there will be little black tabs that hold it on be careful when pulling of it is not as bad as it sounds. then remove the 10 mm bolts around the metal cover. you might have to pull some of the wire harness off to pull that cover away from the door. you will see the bottom of the window. there will be a hole in the middle of the glass this is where you put the window pin. That part most likely you will need to go to dealership for it 5 or 6 dollar part it will come connected in two pieces leave like that until you are ready to put it in the hole. Ok so you have the part the door taken apart. now you see the hole push the pin together slightly just so the smaller one is in the larger one you will need a pair of pliers with a longer nose not needle nose though the kind that open up to two different sizes make it the larger of the two push the pin into the hole center it in the hole make sure the slots of the pin are opposite each other and pointing up and down not sideways. once pin is in halfway take your pliers squeeze the pin together then put the metal cover back in with a few bolts. then push window down into the window regulator that will be the white clip that has a hole in the middle of it which you will need to lower before you pull the metal cover off. once that is down you will be able to pull the panel off. sorry i did not tell you that earlier but i hope you read this whole thing before you try this. ok back to it once you have the pin in the window. push the window down until you hear a loud click that will be the pin locking into the regulator then put it all back together and you are good to go. Good luck.

Sep 16, 2009 | 1999 Volkswagen Passat

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Key stuck in ignition - 2007 HHR Automatic

I have posted this several times I have a 2006 HHR and I agree with you but here is a cheap solution. There is a pin that goes thru the shift cable that is falling out. Above the window buttons pry the little plastic holder out remove the 2 screws take the plastic off of the sides of the console you will see a black plastic frame with holes in it I cut a larger hole between 2 of the small holes with a hack saw on the driver side. Put the car in neutral drivers seat all the way back pull on the shift button and you will see the pin pull it out with a pair of needle nose pliers. I put 598 black loctite sealant on mine and reinstall. Shift back to park if you can get the key out and the doors unlock you have the pin in the right spot and it is making both switches when in park. You can see if it is on the switches by looking thru the hole where the little holder came out. The pin sticks out about a 1/2" on each side. Good luck

Mar 26, 2009 | 2006 Chevrolet HHR

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