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How to replace suction and return hoses on power steering reservoir

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Jul 3, 2013 - How-to: Replacing the power steering reservoir to pump hose ... to allow air into the suction side of the PS pump, aerating the fluid. ... off the spring hoseclamps from the smaller return hose and the large hose to the pump.
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Old gas in tank needs to be cleaned out 86 eagle how to remove fuel tank

You don't need to remove the tank, just use a siphon hose to remove the gas into a gas can and get rid of it that way. You an get hose and a suction bulb from an auto parts store so you don't have to suck the gas up with your mouth. Then just put the proper ends into the tank and can, squeeze the bulb until gas is transferring, when the can is near full pull the hose from tank. This works perfectly every time.

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How to remove power steering pump on a 2007 subaru b9 tribeca

before start job suction out power steering fluid out of pump using large sirenge or siphon pump need a table vise and two pieces of wood.okay to remove power steering pump. you need to disconnect the ground cable.remove air intake duct.remove the pulley cover.remove the drive belt.disconnect power steering pump switch connector.disconnect the pressure hose and the suction hose from the power steering pump.cover power steering hose and pipe keep getting trash dirt and debris.remove the installation bolt of the power steering pump the oil pump bracket in a vise btween two pieces of wood keep from damaging bracket and remove the two bolts from the front side of the pump.remove bolt from rear side of the oil pump.disassemble the oil pump and the bracket by inserting flat tip screw install tighten oil pump to bracket bolts 12 ft lbs. tighten the bolt from the rear side of the oil pump to 27 ft lbs.tighten steering hose eye bolts to 30 ft lbs.replace fluid bleed air out power steering system.

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I want to recharge my AC refrigerant but I don't know which valve to use. It has 2.1 by the radiator and 1 by the passenger side firewall.

your hose will only fit the suction side, it is the smaller valve (the hose on the suction (low) side is wider than the high pressure side too).

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How do i get my timing belt cover off a suzuki sidekick 1991 4x4

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What size is high pressure hose and suction hose for a 94 toyota 4X4 22RE 4 cylinder

I'm assuming you are asking about the air conditioning hoses. If you are trying to add refrigerant you need to put it in the suction hose. If you are using the cans from the auto parts store, it will only fit on the suction side of the system. They have tried to dummy-proof the connections so you don't blow the can up. The suction side will be the larger hose. Also, there will usually be insulation covering the hose and or lines. The refrigerant port is just above the compressor. If your system has leaked off, try a leak sealer with an indicator in it. You use a blacklight to find the leak. If you really want the leak fixed without tearing the system apart use Superseal. This stuff is so good that it seals up the hose that comes on the can. You can't re-use it.

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Where is the thermastat located on the 2001 pt cruiser

Here are the instructions from chiltons.

Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect negative battery cable.
  2. Drain cooling system below thermostat housing level.
  3. Remove thermostat.
  4. Disconnect engine coolant temperature sensor.
  5. Disconnect heater supply hose.
  6. Turbocharger equipped vehicles:
    • Recover the refrigerant from the refrigerant system.
    • Disconnect A/C suction line from A/C compressor.
  7. Remove housing attaching bolts.
  8. Remove housing and gasket.
To install:

  1. Clean all gasket sealing surfaces.
  2. Install gasket and housing. Tighten bolts to 20 ft. lbs. (28 Nm).
  3. Turbocharger equipped vehicles:
    • Connect A/C suction line to A/C compressor.
    • Evacuate the refrigerant system.
    • Charge the refrigerant system.
  4. Connect heater supply hose.
  5. Connect engine coolant temperature sensor.
  6. Install thermostat.
  7. Fill cooling system.
  8. Connect negative battery cable.
Please do not hesitate to ask further questions about your vehicle.
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01 Accent AC problems

1. Discharge/Recover the refrigerant. 2. Remove the tension bolt. a4c16f6.jpg 3. Remove the V-belt and magnetic clutch wire harness connector.
4. Remove the suction hose and discharge hose from the compressor. 5. Remove the 4 mounting bolts on the compressor.
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1. Tighten the 4 compressor mounting bolts.
2. Connect the suction hose and discharge hose to the compressor. 3. Connect the V belt. 4. Adjust the V belt tension.5. Reconnect the magnetic clutch wire harness connector.

Jun 04, 2009 | 2001 Hyundai Accent

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