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I'd like to rebuild transmission with a few new parts plus need blueprint on how to assemble it and will also need gasket etc. Can you help?


look online or some auto stores not all carry transmission rebuilt kits the kits run about 450 and up check with the kits if they come with a rebuild manual (most rebuild manuals about $45 -70) if it does not come with kit also will need some special tools which can be bought or some auto places rent ---biggest hurdle to start with will be the removal of the transmission

May 21, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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How to clean a distributor


This must be an older car as most newer models use direct ignition, coil pacs and cam sensors . To clean an older distributor remove ignition plug wires (be sure to label them so you put them back on the correct terminals). Remove cap and check for pitting and burning of contacts on the inside. you can use emery paper to clean light pitting. If badly pitted replace cap. do the same for the rotor the rotor may need to be replaced and is cheap. Wipe out any carbon on the cap. Check tiny wires that attach to ignition module inside distributor body for wear also the pick-up coil. Be very careful as they are fragile and easily broken. If you want to remove the whole distributor assembly . You need to mark the position of the shaft of the rotor to the engine with a white grease pencil so you return it to the exact position. Remove retaing clamp and pull distributor assembly straight up from the engiine block. be careful as there may be a washer or pin in between. Clean with solvent on the bottom grease and return to original positon. Reassemble in reverse order.

Aug 02, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Wheel bearing noise coming from the front wheels


Pull wheel bearing from hub and check them after cleaning for pitting. Check each bearing roller a full 360 degrees for missing surface area and races as well. A race is what the bearing rides in and is pressed into the rotor/hub. They can be checked
without removing the race just clean the grease
and inspect for missing surface area cracking or
pitting. always put adequate amount of wheel bearing grease back and properly hand pack those bearings.

Feb 10, 2010 | 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe

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Can break master cylinder (kit) do as good job as a new master cylinder?


This is a Yes, and No reply.

YES,
if the mechanic insures that the bore of the brake master cylinder, is free of rust pits, and if not, uses a brake hone to smooth out the bore. Closer inspection will reveal if the pits are too deep, and the master cylinder is unusable.

YES,
if the rubber components that go into the bore of the brake master cylinder, are installed in the correct direction, all the components are assembled in the correct order, and are pre-lubed with a little bit of clean brake fluid, before installing.

NO,
if any of the above criteria is not met.

The main thing is that the Brake Master Cylinder is in good repair. In good shape. If we are discussing the original brake master cylinder, for a 1981 Ford F100 pickup truck, we are discussing a master cylinder that is 28 years old, and has seen a lot of wear.

As a metallic object, such as a brake master cylinder heats up, (Engine heat, or even just the sun shining on the vehicle), then cools down, the moisture that is always present in the air, will form in the master cylinder.

Forms in droplets, at the bottom of the master cylinder's reservoir. This moisture creates rust, when it touches the cast iron brake master cylinder casting.
The rust clogs the ports at the bottom of the reservoir, and goes down into the bore of the master cylinder.

Makes rust pits in the bore, and harms other master cylinder components, then goes into the brake lines, and onto the rest of the brake system.

Me?
For the cost of a rebuilt or new brake master cylinder, compared to the expense of the master cylinder brake kit, and your labor time, I would go with a rebuilt, or new one.

Also this is part of the Brake System, and there's no fooling around with brakes! Your life and/or someone else, Depends on those brakes!

Oct 12, 2009 | 1981 Ford F 100

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Brake fluid is leaking out the front left tire!


This is most likely a busted or separated line that is connected to the brake housing(on the front tire assembly). inspect the line for a tight fit. replace the line and coupler if found to be defective.

In most severe cases, the caliber may be faulty.

Jul 08, 2009 | 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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Location of low side A/C port on 2001 Lincoln LS V8


2002 is what I have. should be similar

Service Gauge Port Valves
The high-pressure service gauge port valve is located on the A/C receiver drier manifold and tube assembly.
The low pressure service gauge port valve is located on the manifold of the A/C compressor manifold and tube assembly at the A/C compressor.

23d30e7.gif Item Part Number Description 1 19860 A/C evaporator core 2 19849 Thermostatic expansion valve 3 19A834 Manifold and tube assembly—thermostatic expansion valve 4 19D850 Manifold and tube assembly—A/C compressor 5 19E762 A/C charge port valve (low side) 6 19E762 A/C pressure relief valve 7 19703 A/C compressor 8 19D594 A/C pressure transducer 9 19712 A/C condenser core 10 19D701 A/C charge port valve (high side) 11 19N585 Manifold and tube assembly—receiver drier 12 19959 Receiver drier 13 19C734 Sensor—evaporator air discharge temperature

Jun 11, 2009 | 2001 Lincoln LS

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Can't pull out the hub bearing assembly on a 1993 Saturn SL


  1. Remove the steering knuckle assembly from the vehicle, as described earlier in this section.
  2. For 1991 vehicles, remove the 3 dust shield fasteners and separate the shield from the assembly.
  3. If equipped, remove the Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) wheel speed sensor from the knuckle.
  4. Assemble wheel bearing removing tool SA9159S or equivalent using the hub driver, hub driver screw, bridge retainer and bridge. Install the tool to the knuckle and secure the assembly in a vise using the bridge as the vise contact point.
  5. Hold the hub driver with a wrench and tighten the hub driver screw to remove the hub. If the inner bearing race is pulled out with the hub, remove the race with a bearing race remover. The service tool can be used by assembling the inner race puller, 2 bridge retainer plates, 2 bolts and 2 flat washers.
  6. Inspect the hub at the bearing location for pitting, scoring or wear, and replace if necessary.
  7. Remove the assembly from the vise and remove the wheel hub removal tools.
  8. Remove the bearing retainer snapring.
  9. Position the knuckle in a shop press on the knuckle support tube, and press the bearing from the knuckle with a small driver.
  10. Inspect the knuckle bore for pitting, scoring, wear or corrosion. If damage cannot be easily cleaned with light sanding, the knuckle must be replaced.

Mar 08, 2009 | 1993 Saturn SL2

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Brake hoses and the pit arm assembly needs changed


the only thing i can see you would have a problem with is the pitmen arm, for that you will need a special tool for that, it can be rented at autozone or someplace like that. Be aware they can be a bear to get off. you might be further ahead to have a shop do that for you, and you can do the lines.
The break hoses are fairly easy if they come loose from the hard line, the thing to do is to get some good penatrating oil lik PB blaster and spray the fittings where the rubber end meats the hard end and let it set for a while so it can penatrate, you will also need line wrenches as to not round off the fittings. its up to you if you want to tackel this project or not. This at least give you an idea what your up agenst.

Feb 03, 2009 | 1998 Chevrolet K1500

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Bake hoses and the pit arm assembly needs changed


Pitman arm assembly isnt hard with the right puller for the job.Brake lines need a double flare tool involved if doing it with only steel line and connections.Local auto part stores have made up lines that would work if you had the lengths you needed.Be sure to bleed the system well after fixing starting with longest line first.

Feb 03, 2009 | 1998 Chevrolet K1500

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Leaking around thermostat housing tube to mainfold 85 Cad El


You should be able to remove the tube without removing the water pump again. If a new tube is not availabe you can use JB weld to fill gaps and pit holes. Make sure its not the intake manifold gasket that's leaking at the corner.

Jan 15, 2009 | 1985 Cadillac Eldorado

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