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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: the rear view mirror on
You say the mirror has fallen off 4 times? I'm curious as to how you re-affixed the mirror to the windshield those 4 times. I've had this happen to me with different vehicles and I've always had positive results with "J-B Weld" ask for the "Kwik" curing type, you can purchase it at your local hardware store. This is an epoxy product used by mixing 2 substances together; you have 4 minutes to mix and apply. Just follow the directions you'll be just fine. The windshield will fall off before the mirror falls off again. One technical note and that is to clean all surfaces that will come in contact with the epoxy with alcohol or acetone and make sure all the old glue from the other 4 times has been removed. You might even want to "ruff-up" or scrape the mirror frame surface that will be attached to the windshield, for the 5th time, to ensure the epoxy adhears in the best possible way. If the old glue is hard to remove from the surfaces try using acetone which is also good for the cleanup. You'll find that the J-B Weld is a great product that can be used to repair practically anything... I never leave home without it.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
its your serpentine belt (thats what its called) and you will need a 3/8 ratchet and then find the belt tensioner. The tensioner has a spot where you need to put the ratchet into and pull or push depending on whatever way and that will releive the pressure off the belt so you can take it off.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
try taking a pin and cleaning the holes on the squirters and if that does not work check the washer pump it is located on the washer fluid tank
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Most likely the o-ring seal between the torque converter and the transmission is going bad. Get that transmission rebuilt pronto before serious damage is done! But first, have a mechanic drop the transmission pan and look for signs of a very thin silvery film coating the inside of the pan. If found, then the transmission definitely will have to be rebuilt, and the torque converter will also have to be replaced since embedded metallic particles in the old torque converter will eventually come loose, due to wear of the clutch plates within the torque converter, and eat up the rebuilt transmission. Now, here is the deal once the transmission has been rebuilt:
Change the transmission fluid and filter once a year -- no matter what! If you do this, then you should never have any more problems with the transmission.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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