I need to know how to drain the oil and tranny fluid and where you fill the tranny at and what weight and type of fluids are best to use. I would appriciate any help. E-Mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks Todd
You will need either the HD oil filter wrench (HD-44067), which fits over the end of oil filter Harley-Davidson SuperPremium5 Oil Filter 63731-99A and allows you to remove filter with a ratchet and extension, or a strap type oil filter wrench purchased at an autoparts store. I use the strap type generic wrench. The HD wrench, actually a hex cap to fit over end of filter, would be a worthwhile investment. There is very very limited side access to filter on bike neccesitating one of these tools. Pan drain plug on same side, to front of pan at corner. Drain oil, remove filter, wipe off filter mount, fill new filter with fresh oil and install, pour in 5 quarts total using a flexible neck funnel, and your done. It takes 5 quarts total including what you use to fill new filter. SAE 20W50 or SAE 60 grade is appropriate for ambient temperatures above 80 deg to over 100 deg F. BE VERY CAREFUL WITH "O" RING !!!!!
This one is tricky get yourself a service manual. "O" rings are a pain man! train plug should be line up with dip stick.
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Connect the transmit antenna output to a "dummy load" (such as a 50 ohm resistor network in a gallon can of mineral oil), turn the output power to max, operating mode to CW, and hold the key down with a weight. The output stages should get hot enough to turn on the fan in a minute or two. You might need a flashlight to see whether or not the fan is turning, since it's supposed to be quiet and may not turn as fast (and noisy) as a computer fan. You'll want to make sure that the dummy load can handle the power, and that the SWR is low to begin with. If the oil gets warm before the fan turns on, the fan probably isn't going to turn on. Stop.
when charging a new battery for the FIRST time, most require a full 24 hours to be properly charged. Failing to do this will drastically diminish the life of the battery. If you did fully charge the battery the first time, another issue is recharging after EVERY use vs charging when completely drained. Battery will develop memory (although the manf. will say other wise). If you charge after every use and have only used a third of the charge, after a few time of doing this, you will notice that the battery will not last as long. Try one more battery in just one raido. Fully charge it the first time and only recharge when COMPLETLY drained. If the battery is still not holding a charge, it is most likly a short in the radio itself. Return it.
My Dad's Santa Fe had a similar issue. It was correctly determined that the filler tube (between the gas cap and the tank itself) had begun to rot through. This is because of the way the metal tube passes through the wheel well to bring gas from the filler opening to the tank. Dirt becomes trapped (and builds up) between the tube and wall of the wheel well. When wet, it takes a long time to dry out and is a sponge for moisture. He first noticed an occasional whiff of gasoline when filling the tank (not all that unusual really) and then later, as the holes got larger - drops of gasoline appeared on the ground when filling the tank. If there's a lot of dirt wedged in there - you may not see gasoline leaking onto the ground though, so don't think if you don't see the gasoline - it's not rotted.
Santa Fe Fuel Filler Tube
The cost of the repair at the Hyundai Dealership was about $300. You might also want to visit the dealer to have them inspect your Santa Fe's "subframe" for rust / rot. My dad's Santa Fe had issues and this $2600 replacement was covered by the factory even though the car had been out of warranty for many years.
Let me know how you make out - I hope this helps & good luck!
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First remove the battery or power from the radio. DO not try to turn it on again until you follow this solution....I'd gently open my radio to allow any excess fluid to drain out on a paper towel or cardboard box. Be PATIENT,,,it might take a couple days to dry depending on your enviroment. You can use a hair dryer on "low" heat being careful not to get to close to anything that might melt...low heat is best or just let your radio dry out it's self. When your confident it;s REALLY dry try to apply the power again...you would be amazed but it just might work good as new if you have the patients to completely dry it out,,,best wished, RadioWidgets
scotwho, I personally do not know the radio you are asking about, but I do have many years working with radios in troubleshooting. What I am guessing is, if the heatsink gets hot, then whatever is connected to the heatsink has shorted out. Two main parts come to mind here, and that's the audio chip, and the transmitter output final/chip. Possibly the main IC (brain) that controls most everything, but I doubt that. The radio needs to go to a repair shop that can troubleshoot the damage/ and find an answer as to why it occurred. A lot of times the factory's do not use heatsink compound when they assemble the units, and after an x amount of time the part/parts will fail. 10cents worth of heatsink compound can make a radio last a few years longer. Probably not the answer you wanted but I hope this helps,, let us know. Mechanic
Sorry no luck with a manual online, this link gives you a few details - but especially all the contact details for CTG who still sell the product so will surely be able to help.
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