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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I did this last night and it took me about 3 hours. You will need some 12mm, 14mm, and 17mm wrenches and sockets, and a couple of long extensions for your socket. Disconnect your battery, remove the front passenger tire, and then disconnect your power cable on the starter (12mm nut). Remove the starter (one 14mm bolt on bottom, one 14mm nut on top). You'll probably have to use your extensions to get that top nut off. Then take the banjo nuts off the filter, let it drain a minute, and unbolt it from the engine. Put the new one in, tighten the banjo nuts with a torque wrench to 22lbs, and start reassembling everything. Assembly goes a lot faster than disassembly. Keep in mind that this thing is in the worst possible position, and there is no way for you to reach anything, fit your hand where it needs to go, and is a giant contortion act from beginning to end. I hope the sorry Japanese engineer that came up with this idiotic configuration reads this and commits seppeku, or at least gets some bad fugu
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
It should be in the owners manual. I was just wondering, will it not come on but you have enough pressure on freeon? Because if the pressure is low it won't let it come on. If you hooked up guage and have enough pressure it could be the low pressure switch. It is located on the canister right beside where you hook up the guage. Unplug it and cross the two wires out. Place a jumper wire in the end of the plug and see if it will come on then.
Posted on May 17, 2010
Try soaking it down with WD-40 and letting it sit for a bit. Usually you can heat up a sticky screw/bolt and get it to break, but since youre next to the gas tank, its not recommended.
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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