It appears that one of the lower side brackets "wobbles"...it looks like the bearings all move forward when door is opened. When door is then closed, the door sags and air leaks in and causing large amounts of frost to accumulate along seal. Is there a way to fully remove that door without unscrewing the slide assemblies? I'm thinking I can get a new slide and replace the present one. Thanks.
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Re: Freezer door leaks
HI thanks for your question. what i do is use a can of something to put under the door so as to hold door in place while you take the hinge of or tighten. try that. and if the door doesn't shut when opened raise the front of fridge till it closes by itself. thanks the appliance doc. please rate my answer. thanks
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could be top/bottom ball joint easy to check ,jack up so wheel off ground hold wheel at 12 o'clock and 6o'clock (the position not the time) and wobble back and forwards then do the same but holding at 3 an 9 if notice movement further investigation needed,while you wobble wheel get someone too look at top/ bottom ball joints ,track rod end if they dont appear to be moving then more than likely bearing this is best done with vehicle on a lift but should be able to carry out on the ground the cv joint could also be responsible but would need a garage to determine as a bit more complex
Possible that it is the water that is overflowing from the defrsot drain tank from the bottom of the fridge on the rear.
You must move the fridge forward to take a look and to confirm if this is also from the tubing leak or from the evaporatorr tray.
If there is water connection the check the line.
A more common leak is the oil filter adapter,so here is an inspection trick to find your leak.lower or remove the flywheel cover and look at the side of the flywheel that faces forward.Is it dry and slightly rusted or oil soaked?If it's dry the adapter is leaking.If it's wet the oil pan,rear main or oil pressure sender, intake or distributor sealing could be the problem.Use a GM o-ring&gasket if you seal the adapter...better o-ring will last longer.The rear main seal is pretty good on these engines,if it is leaking you may also have a worn rear bearing (or more bearings) which lets the crankshaft vibrate and wobble so that a new seal may still leak.If there are multiple leaks or just a big mess,UV dye and a black light are very useful in pin pointing the worst leak.
Your drain plug within the evap area of the freezer is frozen, turn frig off, let sit for day or two with doors open. Once all ice has melted then take rear freezer evap cover off and pour water into try and make sure it drains, if not then unplug drain. This is usually caused by a defrost heater bad or unit not going into defrost when it's supposed to, may be main board.
Please check the aft track roller assembly. It is easiest to inspect from the rear of the van looking forward when the door is open. You'll see the rear hinge assembly clearly. The track rollers cannot be seen but you can pull outboard on the rear edge of the door--the door should not move outboard more than 1/8 of an inch. If it moves out more than this or feels sloppy, suspect damaged/missing track rollers. This will cause the hinge to chatter in the track and "jolt". It will also cause the door to misalign during the close phase preventing the close motor from properly engaging. Replacing this part is no easy task but doable if you are good with cars. Check back here for more details if you want to try it, otherwise get a competent mechanic or the Honda dealership to do it.
Hi, Most wobbling at lower speeds are from worn wheel bearings, tires out of balance, or a bent rim. Place the bike up on the center stand (if you have one) and have someone hold the handlebars in place while you move the wheel side to side. If you can feel movement, the wheel bearings are bad. If no movement is felt, rotate the tire and watch for wobbling. Make note if the rim appears to wobble at the same time the tire does. Do the same procedure for the rear wheel as well...If you have further questions, feel free to ask...hope this helps