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I was trying to change out the nose to a different bore, but the small booklet that came with the tool did not explain.

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How do you change fuse f8 on engine fuse box 2005 peugeot 2.2hdi 607

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looking at the fuse board is is fuse 8 a small fuse or a larger fuse

when there is no fuse removal tool
try tweezers or long nose pliers

I wonder why there a lot of 607 fuse box units for sale



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My 065 made small pop while full bore.still have full compression and fire.what's up?

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How to install a big bor kit on a 50 cc scotter

It's a pretty big job. You need to be competent (and confident) with tools as well as diagnosing and repairing gas engines. Without knowing the details of your scooter, the overview is this: 1) Remove the carburetor (if mounted to the cylinder), exhaust pipe, cylinder head, cylinder and piston. 2) Have the cylinder bored out** to provide the correct clearance between the cylinder and the piston (if different from the scooter manufacturer's clearance this information should be provided by kit manufacturer). 3) Modify the head (more machine work to reshape the combustion chamber to work with the larger bore). 3) Reassemble. 4) Modify the fuel system (usually a carburetor) to correctly fuel the now larger displacement engine. 5) Get the new set up running and then tune it to run properly without damaging itself from an incorrect fuel mixture.

** Some cylinders are aluminum with a steel sleeve that forms the bore that piston runs in. Some are aluminum with a thin nikasil coating on the aluminum bore. These will be much more expensive to bore out as they will need to have the coating replaced after being bored out.

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My Duo-Fast Strip nailer has the driver blade jammed in the nose of the tool, cannot budge it?

Possibly a piece of nail,,use a small flat tip punch and small hammer and see if you can dislodge drive,,E Z does it

Feb 05, 2013 | Air Tools & Compressors

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Where are the freeze plugs located on 1994 Ford Taurus?

For the vehicles covered by this information, one of two types of freeze plugs may be used: a cup-type plug or an expansion-type plug. They are removed in the same way, however two different kinds of tools are used to install them. REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Drain the cooling system.
  2. Remove the necessary components to gain access to the freeze plug.
  3. As required, raise and support the vehicle safely.
  4. Drill a 1 / 2 in. (12.7mm) hole in the center of the plug, then remove the plug using a Universal Impact Slide Hammer T59L-100-B or equivalent. Inspect the plug bore for damage that might interfere with the proper sealing of the plug. If the bore is damaged, you will have to bore the surface to accommodate the next specified oversize plug.
Oversize plugs are identified by the "OS'' stamped in the flat on the cup side of the plug.

To install:
  1. Lightly coat the plug and/or bore with an oil resistant Stud and Bearing Mount E0AZ-19554-BA or Threadlock 262 E2FZ-19554-B or equivalent.
  2. Cup type core plugs are installed with the flanged edge outward. The maximum diameter of this plug is located at the outer edge of the flange. The flange on cup type plugs flares outward with the largest diameter at the outer sealing edge.
  3. Expansion type core plugs are installed with the flanged edge inward. The maximum diameter of this plug is located at the base of the flange with the flange flaring inward.
  4. For the cup-type plug, it is important to push or drive the plug into the machined bore by using the proper tool. Never drive the plug using a tool that contacts the crowned part of the plug. Damage to the plug and/or plug bore may result. When installed, the trailing (maximum) diameter must be below the the chamfered edge of the bore to effectively seal the plugged bore.

Fig. 1: Use the proper tool when installing a cup-type plug

  1. For the expansion-type plug, it is important to pull the plug into the machined bore by using a properly designed tool. Never drive the plug into the bore using a tool that contacts the flange. Leakage and/or plug blowout will result. the flanged (trailing) edge must be below the chamfered edge of the bore to effectively seal the plugged bore.

Fig. 2: Use the proper installation tool when installing an expansion-type plug

  1. Install all the removed components. Lower the vehicle, as required.
  2. Fill the cooling system and check for leaks.

Hope helps.

Jan 09, 2011 | 1994 Ford Taurus

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Have taken apart but cant get new or old pads back on now. not enough space and part that should move back to make space wont seems to be jammed or siezed. have tried letting out brake fluid but didnt...

  • To install: Front
  1. Compress the piston of the disc brake caliper.
  2. Install the brake pads and caliper assembly.
  3. Lubricate the guide pin. Tighten the guide pin to 16-23 ft. lbs. (22-31 Nm).

  1. Pull out the pad springs and then remove the pads and shims.

To install:

  1. Clean the piston end of the caliper body and the area around the pin holes. Be careful not to get oil on the rotor.
  2. Carefully turn the piston clockwise back into the caliper body (this can be done with a pair of needle nose pliers). Take care not to damage the piston boot.
  3. Coat the pad contact area on the mounting support with a silicone based grease.
A special tool is available to rotate the caliper piston


Do not press the piston into the bore as performed on the front disc brakes. Due to the parking brake mechanism, the caliper piston must be turned into the bore.


Do not press the piston into the bore as performed on the front disc brakes. Due to the parking brake mechanism, the caliper piston must be turned into the bore.

Sep 15, 2010 | 1996 Nissan Maxima

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I can't find instructions for dremel versatip to change the heads how do you do this

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BUT it doesn't explain how to change the bits. If I remember correctly there is a grub screw near the tip that you loosen with a small flat blade screwdriver to change the tips. If your model is different then perhaps posting a picture would make it easier to give a better description.

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2006 malibu maxx - the rear brake caliper will not depress.

If you are replacing the rear pads and are trying to retract the caliper pistons here is what you need to do.
Use a piston installation tool in order to twist the brake caliper piston into the brake caliper bore.
If you do not have the tool you can retract the piston by using a needle nose plier.
Exert downward force and rotate clockwise until the piston bottoms out.
Before installing be sure the two "U" shaped slots are at 6:00 and 12:00 Oclock.

Nov 01, 2009 | 2006 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx

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Tools needed to change a wheel hub

to replace the hub u need alan wrench to remove the hub cover. then u will want 2 small picks to take the ring out. and if it is manual hubs u will need a snap ring tool or small needle nose pliers. and if u need to replace the retainer nut u will need the spanner socket (some call it the castle socket because of the way it looks)

Sep 27, 2009 | 2003 Chrysler Sebring

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Hi. I have a 1998 s-10 Blazer that i am changing the motor and i was curious on what year 4.3 vortex will be compatible in a 98'. I was told the 4.3 vortex came out in 96'. What years will fit please help....

"What years will fit please help"
From 1996 up to 2000 I can safely say.
In 2001 the crank depth, and pilot bore was changed.
(Crank depth: How far the pilot bearing, or bushing, at the end of the crankshaft, is from the nose of the crankshaft)
In 2001 the bearing/bushing sat further back, from the nose tip of the crankshaft
This resulted in a deeper bellhousing. (And a different torque converter)

My advice would be to go to a decent salvage yard for vehicles, and ask them to look it up in their Interchange Manuals, so that you can be absolutely sure.

Sep 09, 2009 | 1998 Chevrolet Blazer

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