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Sounds strongly like a fuel pump issue. This unit is in the tank and can be axcessed by removing the rear seat and axcess panel. Very easy to do and takes very little time.

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Are my Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ P3 tyres likely to cause poor fuel economy (14L/100km)in my 2015 BT50 Freestyle cab ute or is there a more fundamental problem?


I am not familiar with either the tyres or your vehicle.

Some tyres do have a greater rolling resistance and cause the vehicle to use a little more fuel. Suspension and steering misalignment wastes a great deal more fuel as does a binding brake or incorrect tyre pressures - some tyres need a great deal more pressure than those recommended for standard fitments.

A small amount of additional toe-in or toe-out can waste a deal of fuel due to the fact the vehicle is effectively pushing the tyre sideways several feet each mile and the more grippy a tyre is the more effort is needed to push it sideways.

It is worth knowing the stock toe-in or toe-out figure applies only when the camber angles are correct. The toe figure has a direct relationship to the camber angle and when the camber angles are unequal no toe figure will be correct.

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Turnover, but won't start'


Does it have spark to spark plugs , Is there fuel getting into the combustion camber ? Go on you tube an watch a few videos , cranks but won't start . Basic trouble shooting . No Start Diagnostic Basics EricTheCarGuy

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Rebuilt front suspension. Now camber is WAY out. Everything looks right except shocks don't fit. Considering extra long camber adjustment bolts. Any advice appreciated


do not consider any long camber bolts as that is not fixing the fault for camber to be so far one of the control arms has been fitted incorrectly or in the wrong place
is the upper control arm on the right side of the mount on the chassis
is the lower control arm on the top
The car is manufactured correctly so check for collision damage that is placing the control arm positions so far out
best is to buy a workshop manual and study the set up for the suspension
rest assured that buying something to fix a fault that should not be there to start with is a futile exercise and a waste of money
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How to change camber


No, you don't need 15 degrees of negative camber. Most typical specs for camber on the front of a car are between 0.0' and ~ -2.5'.
Note: Cars with -2.0+ degrees of negative camber are usually performance cars like Porsches, Ferrari's, Mercedes AMG models, and so forth.

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Changed all 4 struts on 03 cavalier, now the camber is off on the front wheels..


If you put on new struts the bottom bolt hole is oblong for camber adjustments.Where the old struts bottom hole was not. If you put a jack under the lower control arm, jack the wheel off the ground and adjust the struts camber to where the wheel looks straight.And tighten bolts.

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Where are the Spark Plugs located in a 2004 Lincoln Navigator?


Hello, first how many miles do you have on this Lincoln? On that 4.6 L V8 engine they do have spark plugs but each plug has it's own spark coil located on a long rubber plug. You will see four little coils on each side of the engine. There will wires going in to the individual coils. There will be a bracket the holds the coils in place with a small 9 or 10 mm nut. Remove the nut, and gently pull on eac coil. There Hello, first how many miles do you have on this Lincoln? If you have over 120 thousand miles on this engine then it might need new spark plugs. On that 4.6 L V8 engine they do have spark plugs but each plug has it's own spark plug coil. You will see four little coils on each side of the engine. There will wires going in to the individual coils. There will be a bracket the holds the coils in place with a small 9 or 10 mm nut. Remove the nut, and gently pull on each coil. There a long rubber plug that fit in each spark hole. These rubber plugs are about 4 1/2 to 5 inches long.


Before removing the plug use an air hose with 50 to 60 lbs of pressure to blow each spark plug hole out which might have foreign object in the hole. Why, if you remove the spark plugs, and there is foreign material in that plug hole. Guess what, that stuff will fall into the combustion camber.



Then you will really have some problem. How fix if stuff fall into the combustion camber.

Squirt small amount of oil in the combustion camber, unplug all the coils and clear out there plug hole. Now remove all the spark plugs. Now, you can crank the engine and will the little amount in that cylinder that has the junk in it. The oil will wet the foreign debrie, and blow it out the spark plug hole. Then use a clean rag with with some oil it with a long screw driver to clean that spark plug hole Be careful that don't push the foreign material back into the combustion camber. Do this several time with little amount of oil.



Now, you can install the new spark plugs. On the spark plugs threads use some anti-shiz grease. Why squirt oil into the combustion camber? The oil is used to seal the rings on the piston to increase the cylinder compression. Just a small amount goes a long ways. GB...stewbison
a long rubber plug that fit in each spark hole. There rubber plug are about 4 1/2 to 5 inchs long.

Before removing the plug use an air hose with 50 to 60 lbs of pressure to blow each spark plug hole out which might foreign object in the hole. Why, if you remove the spark plugs, and there is foreign material in that plug hole. Guess what, that suff will fall into the combustion camber.
Then you will really have some problem. How fix if stuff fall into the combustion camber.
Squirk small of oil in the combustion camber, unplug all the coils and clear out there plug hole. Now remove all the spartk plugs. Now, you can crank the engine and will the little amount in that cylinder that has the junk in it. The oil will wet the foreign debrie and blow it out the spark plug hole. Do this serveral time with little amount of oil.

Now, you install the new spark plugs. On the spark plugs threads use some anti-shiz grease.
Just a small amount goes a long ways. GB...stewbison

Sep 12, 2011 | 2004 Lincoln Navigator

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How to adjust camber on 2001 monte carlo


There is no camber adjustment from the factory,however moog sells a camber bolt kit that will allow for adjustment. About 20 bucks . If you are talking about the rear of the car,ride height makes a drastic change in camber. If the springs start to get weak the camber will go negative,spring spacers will correct this.

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What is the toe adjustment for a 1998 ford windstar 3.8L


Hello Snsimpson



Here are all the specs for the Windstar.


FRONT ALIGNMENT (CURB HEIGHT WITH 1/2 TANK OF FUEL)
Camber

Nominal -0.25°
Minimum -0.75°
Maximum +0.25°
Split 0.0°±0.5° Caster
Right

Nominal +3.80°
Minimum +3.05°
Maximum +4.55°
Split -0.5°±0.5° Left

Nominal +3.30°
Minimum +2.55°
Maximum +4.05°
Split -0.5°±0.5° Total Toe [1]

Nominal -0.10°
Minimum -0.40°
Maximum +0.20° Clear Vision [2]

Nominal -0.2°
Minimum -2.8°
Maximum 3.2° REAR ALIGNMENT (CURB HEIGHT WITH 1/2 TANK OF FUEL)
Camber

Nominal 0.0°
Minimum -0.3°
Maximum +0.3° Total Toe [1]

Nominal -0.06°
Minimum -0.40°
Maximum +0.28° [1] Positive value specifications for toe-in, negative value specification for toe is toe-out. [2] Negative value specification for clear vision is counterclockwise.

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Camber adjustment


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Unable to fuel up


I think you are correct in assuming it's the vent tube that goes back to the filler spout, and it's probably kinked or something. I have had to repair a few cars with this problem, but it isn't common. Thanks for the information about the rear camber - they aligned it really well at the factory :) Rick

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