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If I pull the air chamber on 04 envoy and put finger over vacume intake on plastic cover my misfire and knock stops what do I do to make it aperm fix


Test vacuum reservoir (air chamber?) for leaking by using section of hose and mouth suction. Test vacuum check valve. Correct any leaks and should be good to go.

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Gas not getting to the combustion chamber of water heater


1) Gas control valve might be bad.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/How-to-replace-water-heater-gas-valve.pdf

2) Copy following link to identify gas control valve:http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-troubleshoot-gas-water-heater.html#intellivent
3) Link above has general troubleshoot information concerning each gas control.
4) If FV system tripped due to clogged air intake, then can shut down gas control.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-repair-Rheem-FVIR.html

Less air means slowed venting, but same amount of gas is still burning, which overheats combustion chamber tripping FV system.
Each brand is different: Some air intakes are located on bottom of heater, while other brands, the air intake is located under combustion chamber.


5) Gas control will also fail if thermostat fails and allows tank temperature to reach beyond ECO set point. The ECO is 1-time-use thermal fuse. Replace gas control.

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How do I remove air from pool filter lines?


with out seeing your set up not to easy,but lets try
1 your pump room is below surface of pool, make sure your pool level is high enough to return water to pump via the skimmer hole in side of pool at surface level. water should fil pump basket. check that you have a good seal on glass cover. no water in basket check if valve from pool is open still no water close valve fill filter chamber with a hose close glass cover start pump and open valve immediately.
2 pump room above pool level, close inlet valve fill pump filter with water close glass cover securely start pump and open valve.
a good drawing of you equipment and its position relative to pool how and ware u connect vacuuming hose

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I have a honda dx 1987 it starts up blowing blue smoke we replaced the valve seals and gaskets


In order to get the best gas mileage the Honda motors only have one compression ring and a oil control ring on the pistons. If the oil wasn't changed regularlly then it's time for rings after about 120 thousand miles. they all use a little oil because of this one ring system, about a quart in 1000 miles, even when new. When doing your work did you clean the valve cover real good? the cover has the baffles for the oil control of crankcase blowby and as they fill up with carbonized oil the baffles in the valve cover instead of separteing the air and the oil start passing oil into the PCV systema and into the air cleaner and into the air entering the air intake of the engine gets burned in the combustion gases and out the tailpipe.

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2001 saturn with a 2.2 has oil coming from breather on top of valve cover causing it to puddle in air intake.Also have noticed odd noises coming from valve cover area.I had the engine running and removed...


pvc .valve could be defective or Eng worn out hope it is the first replace pvc. you can tell how thee engine is by having a wet & dry compression check done

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1998 catera 3.0 #1 spark plug well fills with engine oil causing the plug to miss fire check engine light goes on after shuting engine off for 1-2 hours the problem goes away only to return after driving...


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My 1996 Chevroley Monte Carlo has been losing 2 quarts of oil a week. When I took it to a mechanic, he said that the leak is coming from either the headgasket or rear valve cover. I love the car, But I...


Does it smoke? if so, it is leaking at the head gasket into the combustion chambers.

Valve covers are not too tricky. Buy a set of valve cover gaskets and replace them.
Autozone has a tech section on their website that may be helpful for information.
You can do it!!

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2000 mustang 3.8 l motor makes rattling noise when driving


have you checked to see if the parts store lists a knock sensor for your vehicle?

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Safe second?


"The second stage regulator takes the manageable pressure coming from the 1st stage through the hose and delivers it to your mouthpiece in a way that is comfortable to breathe. Where the 1st stage is only concerned with letting air flow into the hose the 2nd stage has more complex machinery which handles both inhaling and exhaling through the same mouthpiece. Like the first stage the 2nd stage scuba regulator uses a diaphragm or piston to open a valve. Breathing in from the mouthpiece reduces the air pressure inside the chamber, water pressure pushes the diaphragm in, which opens the intake valve. When you stop inhaling the pressure in the chamber balances and the valve closes. The result is an air delivery system which supplies air only when you are inhaling and does not leak air constantly through the mouthpiece. A well balanced and well-maintained scuba regulator does its job so well that breathing feels natural and effortless despite the all mechanics involved. The second stage scuba regulator also has a purge or exhaust valve, which lets your exhaled air out of the chamber, but doesn't let water in. When you exhale into the second stage scuba regulator the pressure inside the chamber becomes greater than the ambient pressure. The exhaust valve is a simple one-way valve which lets this air escape. The second stage scuba regulator also has a purge or exhaust valve, which lets your exhaled air out of the chamber, but doesn't let water in. When you exhale into the second stage scuba regulator the pressure inside the chamber becomes greater than the ambient pressure. The exhaust valve is a simple one-way valve which lets this air escape. A second stage scuba regulator also has an ""emergency"" or ""purge"" button which forces the intake valve to open. When the purge button is pressed air will flow continuously into the chamber and escape either through the mouthpiece or the aforementioned exhaust valve"

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