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How do i change the heater inlet hose on a 1989 gmc s 15 4.3 liter

The design of the inlet hose isn't exactly one of the General's better ideas.

1st, do NOT simply loosen the hose clamp at the heater core fitting next to the firewall and start yanking. THIS will almost guarantee a ruined heater core where the tube is fastened to the core itself. (IF that happens, then you have the "fun" job of replacing the heater core also.)

I usually slit the hose length wise on the fitting then GENTLY peel the hose from the fitting.

The other end of the hose (engine end) is the design I don't care for.

The ones I've done I have simply taken the stock fitting completely off and replaced it with a standard hose fitting like the one shown here; Murray Climate Control Heater Fitting

NOTE; This may NOT be the exact fitting you need but it gives you an idea of what too look for.

After you get the fitting changed out it's a simple matter of installing the hose and tightening the hose clamps. I usually spritz a little WD40 on the inside of the hose ends to make installation easier.

This method is not only cheaper, but it eliminates the goofy fitting that was installed from the factory.

Hope this helps.

Feb 20, 2015 | GMC Cars & Trucks

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My compressor does not hold pressure, no leaks that I am aware of. When I press are gun pressure goes way down.

May just be bad pressure regulator. Easy test. Let out all the air from the compressor. Find and remove the safety valve. Install a tee fitting where safety was installed and reinstall safety and a quick fitting at the other port. Now let compressor fill and shut off. Connect gun to temporary quick fitting for test. Replace the regulator as needed (you can install a generic pressure regulator at the temp. fitting for fast repair). You do not have to uninstall the test fitting.

Jul 01, 2011 | Air Tools & Compressors

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I have a second hand rear facing maxi cosi car seat and need to find out how to install this properly? Please send me instructions or installation guide etc.....

Hi Vanessa - We cannot recommend you use a 2nd hand carseat for exactly this reason. A carseat fitted with a 3 point seatbelt requires a physical fitting from a trained member of staff prior to purchase to ensure suitability, and to demonstrate to you how to correctly install it in your car to ensure your child is safe. Please attend an authorised retailer and ask for a carseat fitting from a trained member of staff to establish the most suitable carseat for you and your vehicle and to ensure you know how to fit it correctly.

Apr 18, 2011 | Maxi-Cosi CabrioFix (Black Reflection)...

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Hi. how to connect water line from main to machine?

In the back of the machine is a copper (1/4" flare) fitting, From main water line you might have 3/8" comp or 1/4" comp fitting.
Find out the size of the fitting and if you have to get a flare to compression adapter for the fitting in the back of the brewer and the water line

Let me know if you need more help.

Note: If this going to be installed at a business you need to install a check/one way valve in the water line.

Jan 12, 2011 | Bunn CWTF 15-2 (1 Top Warmer) Coffee Maker

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Where is the fuel filter in a 1992 Cadillac Deville CP?

Generally, GM products from this era have an external canister type fuel filter near the gas tank underneath the car by the rear axle.

The following illustrates the proper procedure for changing:

Never smoke when working around gasoline! Avoid all sources of sparks or ignition. Gasoline vapors are EXTREMELY volatile! WARNING
Fuel supply lines on all vehicles equipped with fuel injected engines will remain pressurized for long periods after engine shutdown. The pressure must be relieved before servicing these fuel systems.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Depressurize the fuel system.
  3. Remove the filter bracket retainer.
  4. For plastic type fittings:
    1. Grasp the filter and one fuel line fitting. Twist the quick connect fitting 1⁄4 turn in each direction to loosen any dirt within the fitting. Repeat for the other fuel line fitting.
    2. Squeeze the plastic retainer release tabs and pull the connection apart. Repeat for the other fitting.
  5. For metal type fittings:
    1. Use a fuel pipe quick-connect separator J37088 or equivalent. This is available from your local parts store.
    2. Insert the tool into the female side of the connector, then push inward to release locking tabs. Pull the connection apart. Fig. 1: There are a couple of fasteners that need to be removed to access the filter. This is one of them 91041p71.jpg
      Fig. 2: Some models utilize a plastic fitting on the fuel filter 91041p74.jpg
      Fig. 3: Twist the fuel line back and forth while holding the filter still. This will loosen any dirt caught in the connection 91041p75.jpg
      Fig. 4: Squeeze the tabs on the plastic line to free them from the lock 91041p76.jpg
      Fig. 5: Slide the hose off the front end of the filter first. It's easier to work with 91041p77.jpg
      Fig. 6: Remove the other fitting in the same manner 91041p78.jpg
      Fig. 7: After removing the fuel line from the other side, you can now slide it out of the sleeve and remove it from the vehicle 91041p73.jpg
      Fig. 8: The filter is typically attached to this bracket 91041p72.jpg
      Fig. 9: Remove the filter from this bracket before installing the new filter 91041p69.jpg
      To install:
  6. Remove the protective caps from the new filter and apply a few drops of clean engine oil to both tube ends of the filter and O-rings. Install the fuel filter so that the flow arrow follows the direction of fuel flow.
  7. Install the new plastic connector retainers onto the filter inlet and outlet tubes (plastic collar type fittings).
  8. Push the connectors together to cause the retaining tabs to snap into place. Once installed pull on both ends of each connection to make sure they are secure.
  9. Before installing the fitting on the filter, wipe the filter end with a clean cloth. Inspect the inside of the fitting to make sure it is free of dirt and/or obstructions
  10. Align the fitting, and filter axially and push the fitting onto the filter end. Pull on the fitting to make sure it is fully engaged.
  11. Install the fuel filter and bracket on the frame.
  12. Connect the negative battery cable.
  13. Start the engine and check for leaks.

Jun 08, 2010 | 1992 Cadillac DeVille

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Fit new drive belt to tumble dryer

I need to know more. like how to instal belt or how to find what belt fits your dryer . need more info like mod # there 5 different belts for hotpoint . and several different ways to install them so model # ______________ needed . **** . pls .

Jan 02, 2010 | Dryers

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Generally there are three items to be addressed:  You will need power.  This should be a separate line appropriately protected...usually 15 or 20 amps, depending on wire size serving the unit.  You will need a hot water line which attaches to a fitting under the machine.  You will need a fitting to drain the water to the drain line.  If you're going to permanently install, you should have a fitting to do this on the drain line of the sink.  It is generally included with the machine.  If you have a disposer on the drain, a knockout plug on the dishwasher will allow you to install it.  If this information is insufficient, I suggest you get service help to do this.

Nov 15, 2008 | LG 24 in. LDS 5811 Built-in Dishwasher

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