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Blown headgasket,warped head or a cracked block.

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How to change the transmission oil, and how many quarts to use, knowing that the SUV has what is called a sealed transmission.

Basically, these transmissions are filled using what's called a "double fill" technique. There are two drain plugs, one which actually drains the pan, and another that has an overflow collar inside that sets the level. You basically pump transmission fluid in with the engine off and the overflow plug out, until the fluid starts to flow out of the plug. Then start the engine and let it idle, pump in more fluid again until it starts to overflow again, and then replace the drain plug. This is supposed to be done with the ATF at approx. 40deg C, or basically just warm to the touch. You will likely need around 4 qts of fluid.

Dec 25, 2014 | 2006 Mercedes-Benz ML 350

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How do i bleed this hoist model # 8020


did you add the recommended amount of oil after draining all the oil out
if you guesstimated then thing again
once you drain and fill it properly it will work
provided the seals are aok

my advice is if you have had problems with it
get a rework seal kit search around
then the service manual and do the job right

Dec 11, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Toyota Manual

There are two plugs on the bottom of the transmission pan. The one twards the back of the truck is the drain. The one in the middle is the overflow.
Put the truck on a flat surface, take out the plug in the middle (some fluid will drain)
There is a large plug on the passenger side rear of the transmission to fill it with.

I suggest draining all the fluid if your having problems, install your snake oil, then fill the transmission up untill it starts coming out the overflow. cap off both, drive the truck for 10 miles, then check the fluid again by adding more untill it comes out the overflow.

Oct 23, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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My 1999 toyota camry has had a large puddle under it last 3 days. I got a new radiator installed last year. i filled the overflow w antifreeze yesterday, it drained out, in a couple of hrs. i filled w...

look close on the top of the radiator they crack there. and the other thing you can do is put a piece of card board under the front and run the car and see where it leaks

Dec 04, 2012 | Toyota Camry Cars & Trucks

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DUDE you cracke your engine block or an exream head gasket failure
time to replace the engine
Johnie G
ASE Master 35 yrs

Oct 24, 2012 | 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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Subzero 601 freezer: ice and frost build up behind the back panel and then the whole back panel frost/ice overflows, will not make ice cubes and the drawer freezes shut. I've had the defrost...

Honestly, it really sounds like your problem in the drain is blocked and is overflowing causing a nightmare. I'm assuming it starts just at the bottom of the back wall just around the first set of drawers. There is a kit that they make that actually resolves this issue. Unfortunatly, after looking it up they actually discontinued that part for your model. Not to worry, I'll tell you how to build on. You'll want to remove the drawers and the shelfs and the back wall. For maximun ease I recommend turning the machine off for a day or two and letting everything thaw out. Once the back is off locate the defrost heater. It will run along the bottom of the evaporator. Now, find the drain hole in the trough below the heater area. Once you;ve done that find an aluminum can and good pair of scissors. Cut a strip that can fit down the drain hole, but not to small or too big. Be sure to make it a decent length. Take one end and sort of wrap it around the defrost heater directly above the drain hole then have the rest of the strip go into the drain. How this works is everytime the machine goes into defrost, this ice will melt and the water will fall to the trough where it will go to the drain. The bad thing is hot water actually freezes faster than cold, but with the aluminum improvised drain heater, heat from the element above will pass downward to the aluminum keeping the water warm enough to not freeze as it goes down the drain and finally out of the machine. Your problem will be a thing of the past. Good luck

Apr 28, 2012 | Freezers

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Drain stuck in closed position

Generally the drains that are controlled from the
OVER-FLOW do indeed have a rod that goes down
from the face of the overflow... which lifts (opens)
the drain by lifting a hollow (typically plastic) sleeve
from in front of the outflow of the drain...

It is hollow to allow the OVERFLOW to work at all times.

The version you seem to have... WOULD have a
bellows like device that pushes on a plug lever...

More complex... but I seriously believe both may be
serviced through the OVERFLOW
(will attach a drawing below)...

OBVIOUSLY you will want to block the drain before rolling & dropping screws in, on & around the drain HOLE...

Once you see the diagram of the drain MECHANISM...
you will be able to see that jamming in a coat-hanger
was a terrible idea.

You can still most likely remove and repair the
mechanism ... (from the over-flow)

You are looking at buying a new one and installing the entire drain from the bottom (hopefully).

Diagram of drains:
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Mar 22, 2017 | Maax Plumbing

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Gas is poring out the crankcase breather on my 88 softail

The crankcase breather on an 88 model is down low on the engine cases and exits underneath the bike. If you have fuel coming out of this breather, your crankcase is full of fuel due to a leak in the needle and seat of the carb. Your cylinders may be full of fuel as well.

First, turn the petcock off and stop the fuel leak. Then jack the bike up off the ground and shift the transmission into high gear. Remove both spark plugs. Turn the rear wheel by hand in it's normal direction of rotation and make sure the engine is not hydrostatically locked up due to the cylinder being full of gas. Once you know the engine is not locked up. Put the transmission back in neutral.

Now, if you spin the engine with the starter, it will pump the gasoline out of the crankcase. But, it will probably overflow the oil tank. I'd drain about two quarts of oil out of the tank and set it aside. Plug the oil drain hose and spin the engine with the starter for about 15 seconds with the spark plugs out of the engine. Wait three minutes and do it again. Then, drain the remaining oil out of the oil tank and pour the two quarts you initially drained out back into the tank. You're going to finish flushing the engine out with this oil. Spin the engine again with the starter, wait three minutes and do it again. Then, change the oil and the filter. This should get most of the gasoline out. Check your primary to see if the gasoline got into it as well.

Then fix the carb so that it doesn't overflow and remember to turn your petcock off when you get off your bike.

Good Luck

Jun 04, 2011 | Harley Davidson FXST Softail Standard...

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I own an 83 944, non turbo, it runs very hot in town but cools down at 100 mph. Just guessing, what would you say the problem is ??

I would look at replacing the fan clutch (test by checking the resistance when you spin it when the car is off. The fan should spin but there should be decent friction when the engine is cold) The raditaor could be in need of replacement. Once you get alot of miles on these the raditaor is using compromised with a buildup of corrosive material.

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