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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 98 chevy astro van
mmmmmmmm they are really hard to replace but most likelly is goin to be a intake gasket, i do recomend you to call arrown the auto repairs and ask for a pressure test to the cooling system
this test is not that expensive and will tell you exactly where is the leak coming from, but on this type of vehicles i badly see a freeze plug leaking.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
are you try to remove the tapered end that connected to the steering linkage ? if you are you will need a pickle fork, some part stores will rent this tool to you good luck kdc744
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
not sure about your specific vehicle but i do know that in the winter, when a door closes, it grabs the pin in your doorjam like a lobster claw closes on a finger. if any moister is inside the mechinism, it can freeze very easily. also if you pull on the door handles tp try to open it...if the door handle moves freely, then you either bent or popped the rod that goes from the latch mechanism to the handles and you would have to take off the interior wall of the door to get to it and fix the rod or put it back...it used to happen to older cars allk the time.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
on the passenger side feel under the seat and there is a lever that pulls toward you as you stand at the sliding door.
First, raise the armrest, then lower the back all the way forward. Then remove the headrest sit it out of the way and while pulling the lever under the seat towards you, lift up the seat from the back so it tilts forward. When it is standing on its "nose" lift first one side shifting it either forward or backwards to clear the rod on which it is hooked. Do the same with the other side of the seat and then lift it out. Installation is the reverse of removal.
The other seat is much the same, though sometimes the lever is a little different but in the same place.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Should be under the hood on the passenger's side. 4 screws that hold it in place and one plug. Remove the screws, unplug it, remove it.
If for some reason it's under the dash on the passenger's side. Same procedure. Just might to remove the plastic cover over it.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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