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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
get a one man bleeder kit from halfords (about £7) and then you can go around the car and bleed the brakes without a assistant, you just attach the tool to the nipple on the caliper, loosen the nut, press the brake pedel a few times till there is no more bubbles in the hose and then move on to the next corner, there is a specific way to go around the car but if you start at the back and finish at the front it should be ok
Posted on May 01, 2009
In the engine bay, on the firewall, behind the engine if it's a 2.7L I4. It'll be tricky to change due to space constraints.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
The fuel filter is under the car next to the fuel pump reservoir and looks like a large, metal container. Arrows point the direction of fuel flow through the filter. Banjo type fittings with copper gaskets connect the fuel lines to the filter. Always replace these gaskets any time the fittings are loosened.
Follow the replacement procedure below to change out the existing filter.
1. Relieve the fuel system pressure.
2. Raise and safely support the rear of the vehicle. Have a pan ready to catch the fuel that will run out of the reservoir.
3. Have a rag handy and wear safety glasses when loosening the fittings. The system will be under pressure and fuel will be sprayed.
4. Hold the filter with a 19mm or 22mm wrench and loosen the fittings with a 17mm wrench. Wrap the filter and wrenches with a rag to contain any pressurized fuel. Have the catch pan ready.
5 Disconnect the fuel lines, loosen the mounting bracket and remove the filter.
6 Install the new filter but do not tighten the mounting bracket yet.
7 Make sure all fittings and sealing surfaces are clean. Install the banjo bolts with new copper gaskets and torque to 14 ft. lbs. (20 Nm).
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
If you're asking this question, I two assumptions 1) that it's your first time because clutch replacement procedure is generally the same as any make of vehicle. It requires allen and 12pt bits (spline drive) so you can remove the starter, bell housing, CV joints and specially a 30mm x 6pt x 1/2 deep socket. A 1/2" drive torque wrench is needed as well to torque everything down to spec. If this doesn't deter you from doing it yourself then a public library usually has Clymers or Chilton service manuals for most vehicles available for reference. So my other assumption is you don't have a manual and need free information. Good luck and always let Safety be a priority.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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