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1991 pontiac sunbird le.draining ****** fluid.installing transmition filter kit.should i use gasket goo or somthing else when installing gasket.any tips


You might want to check with your local auto parts dealer, but yes, I have had success with gasket goo, in the past. Also, check the pan seal to make sure it's clean and not bent.

Aug 08, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Loud Noise


Check if noise comes from compressor or from the unit . If it is from the unit is probably a fan bearing in need of replacement.
Check last pages of your manuals for service repair phone number.

Aug 02, 2008 | Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner

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Installing exhaust manifold


when installing exhaust manifold. The exhaust manifold gaskets have a metal side and a fiber side. Place the metal side towards the cylinder head. Sometimes the #1 & #2 exhaust gaskets need to be trimmed a tad so that the intake gasket will seat properly. Did it on both engines I've built.

on May 19, 2008 | 1986 Audi GT

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I cannot get the top w/ gasket back on a sanibest after servicing the macerator


Make sure the gasket and it's grooved channel are clean also the inside lid lip where the gasket sits on should also be cleaned. Once all parts are cleaned properly install gasket to inside lid lip make sure it seats to the very bottom of the gasket. If it tends to fall off when installing apply a tick coat of petroleum jelly( Vaseline) to help hold it in place while installing. Hope this helps it did it for me

Jun 06, 2011 | Saniflo 013/003/005 Sanibest Toilet with...

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I need to know how to change he door seal(gasket)


  1. Buy a gasket that fits your door exactly.
  2. Soak the new gasket in hot water in the sink to make it pliable.
  3. Make sure the refrigerator is level.
  4. Find a nut driver that will fit the screws holding the old gasket in place and lay out your tools where you'll be able to reach them.
  5. Start at the top outside corner of the door and fold the old gasket back as you partly loosen the screws along half of the top and side. Don't loosen them all the way.
  6. Pull the old gasket out.
  7. Attach the new gasket by pushing it beneath the metal retainer and tightening the screws as you go.
  8. Replace each section the same way.
  9. Shut the door and check for gaps. The seal should lie straight and smooth all the way around the door.
  10. Notice if there are gaps between the gasket and the frame - this may indicate that the door has warped. (Fix it by loosening the screws and twisting the door a little. You may have to do this a few times before you get the door straight.)
  11. Put a flashlight in the freezer pointed toward the opening and shut the door. Turn off the lights. You shouldn't see any light leaking through.

Regards....

Oct 29, 2010 | Refrigerators

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Im replacing the head gasket what is the tourq and sequence for instillation


A torque specification is how tight you must make the bolt by using a torque wrench which measures the tightness you apply to the bolt, ensure you are using new head bolts, a reliable torque wrench, clean the threads of the cylinder head (with tap) where head bolts screw into and when installing bolts ensure they are properly lubricated. And the sequence is the order in which you tighten each bolt.

Jun 19, 2010 | 1996 Acura TL Series

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Have you ever heard of the intake gasket going on the 540i 3 times , its hard to keep running, sputtering no power. i just bought the car and this is what is said to be the problem


you can check the intake gasket buy spraying some starting fluid near the intake while the car is running if the engine speeds up the gasket is gone. you intake could be no good

Jun 16, 2010 | 2001 BMW 5 Series

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How do i take out a rear main seal?


Remove the transmission, after holding the rear of the engine supported, using a jack with a piece of wood between it and the engine. Remove the clutch and pressure plate, and the flywheel or if automatic, the flex plate. The rear main seal retainer will then be exposed. Remove the 2 oil pan to main seal retainer assembly, and the bolts circling the retainer, and slide the retainer assembly unit back off the crankshaft. Remove the old gasket from the retainer, and clean the gasket ridge before installing a new gasket. It's a one piece hard rubber gasket, which must be inserted in the retainer evenly. This can be done on a work bench, or flat wood on a concrete floor, Some light oil might help it seat easier, Once seated slide the retainer containing the new gasket back over the rear of the crankshaft, A rubber hammer will help ease it back into position, Replace all bolts, not forgetting the oil pan to retainer bolts, and reinstall all parts in reverse order of removal. If a manual trans, this would be an excellent time to install a new clutch kit.

Jan 11, 2010 | 1989 Mazda B-Series

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Installing Gasket on washing machine


Nope, youre repair man is correct. Sorry its a messy job but there is no easier way.

Sep 14, 2009 | Washing Machines

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Oil pan replacement


biggest advice i can think of is to make sure ALL of the old gasket material is removed before installing new pan to keep it from leaking when you install new gasket a thin coat of Form-A-Gasket or similar type silicone on new gasket sure helps out hope this helps

Sep 04, 2008 | 1997 Acura TL Series

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