Question about 1987 Dodge Daytona
Up to you.
Probably cost you more than just avoiding this guy, unless he is a trader and if so take him to the cleaners.
Posted on Apr 01, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If I remember correctly the clutch is cable driven & you adjust it by pulling up on the clutch pedal quickly. I think there was a little mechanism on back of pedal arm, that would move slightly by doing this. Although it may be time for a new assy, it's worth a try.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
WONT COME OUT WILL IT?
Remove the AC Compressor and the AC Bracket. this will allow access to the water pump manifold. don't for get to also replace the "O" Ring.
This one costed me lots of money to figure out.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
The Haynes 1140 manual covers the job and will provide the specs for torque on all of these different bolts.
Basically, remove the ground cable, drain the cooling system (anti-freeze is toxic to animals & humans) remove the belts & get the accessories that are blocking it out of the way, specifically the a/c if equipped.along with it's bracket, the alternator & wiring. You will be removing a support bolt & 3 bolts that secure the water pump to the engine block where it is sealed with an "O" ring. You'll need to remove the pump tself which is just the upper portion, (look at your new pump) from that complete assembly you just removed. You do this by taking out all of the bolts & carefully prying it apart. You'll get a new gasket & need to use RTV sealant on this part when reassembling. Alll surfaces have to extremely smooth & clean for gaskets and "O" rings to work properly & should be carefully scraped or sprayed with gasket remover to make sure it is prepared for the new parts. If your car overheated it is a good idea to also replace the thermostat I gasket & to check all of your hoses. Hope this helps, good luck.
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
if its fuel injected id bet the injector timing sensor on the crank or camshaft is on its last legs, get it checked out
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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