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WHAT TYPE OF BATTERIES ARE USED IN THE SPRING HOGAN UBE?

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2001 buick century torque prints for haeds on up


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if your sistem ( has batteries, replace by new ones, but clean the contacts batteries from dirty, oxide, etc use contacts cleaner and tight the spring with pliers)>
2) tight the ribbon cable inside the display board.
3) tight and clean the upper and lower connector from display.
4) adjust the REED swtich. see the diagram attached.
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and how to tension the spring:
http://www.ehow.com/video_2328961_how-tension-lawn-mower-starter.html

There are 2 different types of springs used so having your engine model / type number is important so that you can get the right spring. One of the 2 part numbers is: 390066

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Replace coil spring


You have to remove them - that "block" is the upper strut-to-body mounting section and serves as the upper seat for the spring as well as the anchor for the top of the strut. You need to take those four 17mm bolts out, as well as the rear upper sway bar bolt, the upper control arm bolt (at the top of the hub), and the bottom bolt on the strut, where it goes through the lower control arm. You'll then have to compress the spring enough to take the bolt out of the "block" (it goes through sideways, and I believe is 19mm on the bolt head as well as the nut). At this point, you can slide the spring/strut out of the block, decompress the spring, pull out the strut, and install a new spring over the strut. Recompress enough to get the top of the strut visible through the anchor bolt hole in the block, rebolt it, decompress the spring, and reinstall the assembly in the car. Usually when you go to reinstall it, the bottom of the strut is not angled quite right once the top four 17mm bolts are back in and the block is secured to the body. I put a large screwdriver through the lower strut bolt hole at the bottom of the strut and use that to turn it, or I grab the weld near the bottom of the strut with large ChanneLock pliers and turn it until it's aligned with the control arm properly. Once it is, put the lower bolt back in, rebolt the control arm and sway bar, and you're good to go.

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