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it will only line up one way ,so try by putting in one bolt then rotate converter and flex plate if the next hole lines up put a bolt in it DONT TORQUE ANY TILL ALL ARE IN . if the holes don't match up take out bolt and rotate flex plate by one bolt hole and so on till you find the right bolt pattern then bring in all bolts then torque them .Good luck Woody
If you checked outside and it's not draining properly, try sticking wire with a pipe cleaner attached through pipe. Make sure wire is flexible enough to go through pipe and make sure pipe cleaner is secured. Or just try to blow compresed air through line.
Refrigerators with reversible doors have mounting holes that are plugged on the opposite side. You have to remove the plug(s), remove the door and its hardware, position the door hardware to match the exposed holes and install the door with the opposite swing. Careful attention must be paid to proper door alignment so that it closes properly and seals properly.
well you may have put the gasket back on wrong blocking the oil hole which supplies the oil to the head, this would cause the low oil pressure and the oil light coming on.
If the gasket is on the wrong way it may be causing the overheating problem as well by blocking or partially blocking the water holes in the head that allow the water to get to the head and cool it down.
these are the only things I can think of apart from maybe a cracked block caused by the overheating but that would not explain the lack of oil to the rockers
Hope this helps
it seems like you my have replaced it with the incorrect power supply unit i would check to make sure that they were matching if they dont then you will need to get a new one that matches the old one this is a commen mistake once you have the right one it will boot up properly no problem at all you will not loss any datab hope this helps
If it is the light bulb, meaning the replaceable glass bulb that gets plugged by the wire connector, the clip may not be properly seated on the housing of the bulb. Take the time to match up the tangs of the bulb housing to the hole it plugs in to.
Had the same problem on my 2001 Super Duty.
Solution: leaking vaccume line to the auto locking hubs. It seems Ford saw fit to tie the two systems together. Once I fixed the lines to the hubs my vents worked properly.