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Where do I find parts for a clarke air compressor Model AC2000B?

Need Cylinder head, elbow exhaust, and exhaust pipe can not find it anywhere

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SOURCE: poor air supply from my air compressor

remove the cylinder head and clean the reed valves i just had the same problem all i got was 40 psi and cleaned the valves and now it works as good as when i bought it its pretty easy not much in there hope this helps

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SOURCE: air leaks between head and cylinder

either the head gasket is gone or the rings are shot

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www.aavolyn.com/it070002.htm. try this on line

Posted on Jun 23, 2010

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SOURCE: Clarke AC2000B Compressor. Just keeps

This can be a symptom of a waterlogged receiver tank. Obviously drain the tank if it is. Another possible problem is a stuck start switch. If it is overheating you will find the motor very hot to the touch. If this is not the problem you will have to put a ammeter on the motor to see if it is drawing the stated run current. If motor current is normal then it may be a bad thermal sensor in the motor. This compressor is a very low cost unit, and it may not pay to take it to a repair shop.

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I need to remove the exhaust manifold on the right side of a 94 4.9l engine in a cadillac deville. It has a broken bolt in the exhaust. What is involved in removing the manifold?


I suggest you use all new exhaust manifold hardware and torque new bolts to 20 Ft Lbs.
4.5L and 4.9L Engines
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Disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the air cleaner. Remove the exhaust crossover pipe. Disconnect the oxygen and coolant temperature sensors. Remove the catalytic converter-to-AIR pipe clip bolt. Remove the upper manifold-to-cylinder head bolts. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Disconnect the converter air pipe bracket from the stud and remove the converter-to-manifold exhaust pipe. Support the engine cradle with screw jacks and remove the rear cradle bolts. Loosen the front cradle bolts and slightly lower the Engine cradle. Remove the remaining exhaust manifold-to-cylinder head bolts, the AIR pipe, and the manifold. Clean the gasket mounting surfaces.
To install:
Install the exhaust manifold and replace the AIR pipe. Tighten the manifold mounting bolts to 16-18 ft. lbs. (21-24 Nm). Install the manifold-to-converter exhaust pipe and replace the converter air pipe bracket to the stud. Raise the Engine cradle and install the rear cradle bolts. Tighten to 75 ft. lbs. (102 Nm). Lower the vehicle. Replace the upper manifold-to-cylinder head bolts. Replace the converter air pipe to AIR pipe clip bolt. Connect the coolant temperature and oxygen sensor connectors. Replace the exhaust crossover pipe. Replace the air cleaner and connect the negative battery cable. Start the Engine and check for leaks.

Mar 28, 2017 | Cadillac Cars & Trucks

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On my pipes one side is hot and the other is cold


Check the pipe right where they come out of the heads. It depends on what type of exhaust system you have on your Road King. If the stock exhaust is on the bike, the rear cylinder exhaust is directed to both mufflers. With the exhaust from the front and part of the exhaust from the rear cylinders going to the right side muffler, it gets more exhaust than the left side and runs hotter. Like I said, check the temp of the exhaust pipes at the cylinder heads. If one of them is cold, that cylinder is not firing. As long as both of the pipes are hot there, you're fine. Just ride the bike and have fun.

Ride Safe.
Stevev

Apr 09, 2011 | 2000 Harley Davidson FLHR-FLHRI Road king

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Looking for a picture of the 02 sensor on a impala they told me it was bank one


It's not that simple...
you may have anywhere from two to four Oxygen sensors. Bank one on a chevy is drivers side on a rear wheel drive, and front on a front wheel drive. (Bank is basically a cylinder head, so a four cylinder has only one bank, a v-6 or v-8 have two) The exhaust will flow from the head to the tail pipe, so the 1st 0xy is bank one sensor one and usually controls fuel mixture. The next down stream oxy for the same exhaust pipe (Before the banks join) will be bank one sensor two, that is normally after a catalytic conveter, that reads if the emmisions were cleaned up by the cat. The other bank will be the same idea, unless both exhausts meet before a cat.

Feb 11, 2011 | 2001 Chevrolet Impala

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I need to find a free complete diagram for a turbo charger off of a 1987 toyota pickup 22ret


22r-Te
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Drain the coolant.

CAUTION

When draining the coolant, keep in mind that cats and dogs are attracted by the ethylene glycol antifreeze, and are quite likely to drink any that is left in an uncovered container or in puddles on the ground. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantity. Always drain the coolant into a sealable container. Coolant should be reused unless it is contaminated or several years old.

  1. Disconnect the O2 sensor wire clamp and connector.
  2. Disconnect the Nos. 1 and 3 PCV hoses.
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  1. Disconnect the Nos. 1 and 2 turbocharger water hoses.
  2. Loosen the clamp on the throttle body, remove the two nuts and lift off the air tube assembly.
  3. Remove the No. 1 air cleaner hose assembly and the No. 2 air cleaner hose.
  4. Remove the exhaust manifold and turbocharger heat insulators.
  5. Disconnect the No. 3 turbocharger water hose.
  6. Raise the truck and disconnect the exhaust pipe from the turbine outlet.
  7. Remove the turbocharger bracket stay.
  8. Disconnect the turbocharger oil pipe.
  9. Remove the turbocharger and exhaust manifold as an assembly.
  10. Remove the No. 2 turbocharger water pipe.
  11. Remove the oil pipe.
  12. Remove the No. 1 water pipe.
  13. Remove the turbine outlet elbow with the O2 sensor attached.
  14. Disconnect the turbocharger from the manifold.

To install:

  1. Pour approximately 20cc of new oil into the oil inlet and then turn the turbocharger impeller wheel so as to wet the bearing.
  2. Using a new gasket, attach the turbocharger to the manifold and tighten the nuts to 29 ft. lbs. (39 Nm).
  3. Install the turbine outlet elbow and tighten the nuts to 19 ft. lbs. (25 Nm).
  4. Install the No. 1 water pipe. Install the turbo oil pipe and tighten the nuts to 14 ft. lbs. (19 Nm).
  5. Install the No. 2 water pipe and then mount the assembly to the cylinder head.
  6. Install the oil pipe and tighten the union bolt to 20 ft. lbs. (27 Nm). Tighten the nuts to 14 ft. lbs. (19 Nm).
  7. Install the turbocharger bracket stay.
  8. Connect the exhaust pipe to the turbine outlet elbow and tighten the nuts to 32 ft. lbs. (43 Nm). Lower the truck.
  9. Connect the No. 3 water hose and install the heat insulators.
  10. Install the No. 2 air cleaner hose with the arrow facing the turbocharger and fasten the clip as shown.
  11. Install the air tube assembly. Connect the O2 sensor and clamp.
  12. Refill the engine with coolant, start it and check for leaks.
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Jan 20, 2011 | Toyota Pickup Cars & Trucks

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The exhaust pipe at the cylinder head on my 2009 DYNA glide glows bright red, is this a problem with exhaust not leaving the pipe fast enough? Also, I think I have an exhaust leak on the same pipe.


I have an XLCH1000 that had the same problem. I fitted finned exhaust clamps at the cylinder end and that cooled it down.
Ride safe and loud pipes save lives.

Dec 15, 2010 | Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide...

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Pajero io 1.8 water leak at the back of the cylinder head, guide me ho to fix!


Cylinder Head Removal & Installation To Remove:
  1. Remove the intake manifold.
  2. Remove the timing belt.
  3. Disconnect the exhaust pipe from the manifold.
  4. Remove the water outlet pipe and o-rings.
  5. Remove the water passage assembly.
  6. Remove the water pipe assembly.
  7. Remove the breather hose and spark plug cables from the rocker covers.
  8. Remove the rocker cover.
  9. Disconnect the camshaft position sensor connector.
  10. Loosen the cylinder head mounting bolts in 3 steps, using the reverse of the installation sequence. Lift the cylinder head assembly and remove the head gasket.
To Install:
  1. Clean the engine and cylinder head sealing surfaces.
  2. Install the new gasket on the engine with the identification mark facing up and to the front.
  3. Using 3 even steps, torque the head bolts in sequence, to 76-83 ft-lbs. (105-115 Nm). Cylinder head bolt tightening sequence 7924ug13l.gif
  4. Connect the camshaft position sensor connector.
  5. Install the rocker cover.
  6. Install the breather hose and spark plug cables from the rocker covers.
  7. Install the water pipe assembly.
  8. Install the water passage assembly.
  9. Install the water outlet pipe and o-rings.
  10. Disconnect the exhaust pipe from the manifold.
  11. Install the timing belt.
  12. Install the intake manifold.
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Oct 19, 2010 | 2001 Mitsubishi Montero

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Cylinderhead torque stc.


Cylinder Head Removal & Installation SOHC To Remove:
  1. Relieve fuel system pressure.
  2. Remove timing belt cover. Camshaft timing marks kia-03-20-7032.gif

  3. Turn crankshaft until timing mark on front housing and the arrow "2" on the camshaft pulley align.
  4. Loosen lock bolt on tensioner.
  5. Pry tensioner away from timing belt and tighten lock bolt to relieve tension on the timing belt.
  6. Remove timing belt from camshaft pulley.
  7. Disconnect battery negative cable.
  8. Remove 3 bolts that secure accelerator cable and air intake hose to cylinder head cover.
  9. Detach accelerator cable and place off to side.
  10. Remove the following;
    • Air hose
    • Air ISC air hose
    • Breather hose
    • Vacuum hose from air intake hose
  11. Disconnect mass air flow sensor electrical connector.
  12. Remove air intake hose.
  13. Remove PCV valve from cylinder head cover.
  14. Remove ISC air hose from idle speed actuator.
  15. Remove air hose from behind intake manifold.
  16. Remove 2 screws from high tension wire protectors.
  17. Detach wire loom from holder at rear of cylinder head cover.
  18. Detach vacuum tube at rear of cylinder head cover.
  19. Remove vacuum pipe. Cylinder Head Cover kia-03-20-7042.gif

  20. Remove 7 cylinder head cover bolts.
  21. Remove cylinder head cover and gasket.
  22. Disconnect 2 ignition coil electrical connectors.
  23. Disconnect 2 fuel injection electrical connectors at rear of cylinder head.
  24. Disconnect the following electrical connectors;
    • Oxygen sensor
    • Throttle position sensor
    • Idle speed actuator
    • Oil pressure switch
    • EGR vacuum solenoid valve at intake manifold
  25. Disconnect heater hose from elbow.
  26. Disconnect brake booster vacuum hose and cruise control vacuum hose from surge tank.
  27. Detach wire harness from rear of cylinder head.
  28. Disconnect purge control solenoid vacuum hose from intake manifold.
  29. Disconnect fuel hose from fuel connector assembly.
  30. Remove grounding bracket.
  31. Remove 4 bolts and intake manifold bracket.
  32. Remove starter.
  33. Detach water bypass hose from bypass pipe.
  34. Disconnect water hoses from oil cooler.
  35. Disconnect fuel hose from fuel pipe.
  36. Remove exhaust manifold heat shield.
  37. Remove exhaust flange nuts and front exhaust bracket bolt.
  38. Lower exhaust system. Cylinder head bolt loosening sequence kia-03-20-7050.gif

  39. Loosen cylinder head bolts in 3 steps in proper sequence.
  40. Remove cylinder head bolts and washers.
  41. Remove cylinder head, intake manifold and exhaust manifold as an assembly.
To Install:
  1. Install NEW cylinder head gasket.
  2. Install cylinder head, intake manifold and exhaust manifold as an assembly.
  3. Tighten cylinder head bolts in 3 steps in reverse sequence that was used during removal. Tighten bolts to 62 ft lb (84 Nm).
  4. Install front exhaust bracket bolt. Tighten bolt to 20 ft lb (27 Nm).
  5. Install NEW lower exhaust flange gasket and 3 nuts. Tighten nuts to 24 ft lb (31 Nm).
  6. Install exhaust manifold heat shield. Tighten nuts to 35 in lb (4 Nm).
  7. Connect fuel hose to pipe.
  8. Connect 2 hoses to oil cooler.
  9. Attach water bypass hose to bypass pipe.
  10. Install starter and bolts. Tighten bolts to 34 ft lb (46 Nm).
  11. Install intake manifolds bracket and 4 bolts. Tighten bolts to 32 ft lb (45 Nm).
  12. Install grounding bracket.
  13. Connect fuel hose to fuel connector assembly.
  14. Connect the following electrical connectors;
    • Oxygen sensor
    • Throttle position sensor
    • Idle speed actuator
    • Oil pressure switch
    • EGR vacuum solenoid valve at intake manifold
  15. Connect purge control solenoid vacuum hose to intake manifold.
  16. Attach wire harness from rear of cylinder head.
  17. Connect brake booster vacuum hose and cruise control vacuum hose to surge tank.
  18. Connect heater hose to elbow.
  19. Connect 2 fuel injection electrical connectors at rear of cylinder head.
  20. Connect 2 ignition coil electrical connectors.
  21. Install cylinder head cover.
  22. Install 7 cylinder head cover bolts. Tighten bolts to 60 in lb (7 Nm).
  23. Install vacuum pipe and 2 bolts at rear of cylinder head cover. Tighten bolts to 60 in lb (7 Nm).
  24. Connect vacuum tube to pipe.
  25. Connect loom holder to rear of cylinder head cover.
  26. Install 2 screws to high tension wire protectors.
  27. Install air hose to behind intake manifold.
  28. Install ISC air hose to idle speed actuator.
  29. Install PCV valve to cylinder head cover.
  30. Install air intake hose.
  31. Connect mass air flow sensor electrical connector.
  32. Install the following;
    • Air hose
    • Air ISC air hose
    • Breather hose
    • Vacuum hose from air intake hose
  33. Attach accelerator cable.
  34. Install 3 bolts that secure accelerator cable and air intake hose to cylinder head cover. Timing belt pulley timing marks kia-03-20-7035.gif

    NOTE: Timing belt pulley timing mark and timing mark must be aligned.
    Camshaft timing marks kia-03-20-7032.gif

    NOTE: The arrow at "2" on camshaft pulley must be aligned with timing mark on front housing.
  35. Install timing belt.
  36. Install timing belt cover.
  37. Pressurize fuel system.
  38. Start engine and check ignition timing.

Jul 11, 2010 | 1999 Kia Sportage

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Torque specification on a 2003 alero cylinder heads 3.4 liter


3.4L Engine To Remove:
  1. Remove the lower intake manifold.
  2. Remove the exhaust crossover pipe.
  3. If removing the right cylinder head, remove the catalytic converter from exhaust manifold.
  4. If removing the left cylinder head, remove the engine oil dipstick and tube.
  5. Remove the rocker arms and pushrods.
  6. Remove and discard the cylinder head bolts.
  7. Remove the cylinder head.
  8. Clean the mating surfaces on the following items:
    • Cylinder head
    • Cylinder block
    • Intake manifold
  9. Clean the cylinder block bolt threads.
NOTE: During disassembly, keep the valve train components together for proper location during assembly.
To Install:
NOTE: Coat the cylinder head bolt threads using thread sealer.
  1. If removed, install the following components:
    • Exhaust manifold
    • Accessory studs
    • Spark plugs
  2. Place the cylinder head gasket in position over the dowel pins. Ensure that the THIS SIDE UP note is showing.
  3. Install the cylinder head. Cylinder head torque sequence ’99-‘00 gmpc_v6_14.gif

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  4. Install the new cylinder head bolts.
    • Tighten the cylinder head bolts a first pass to 44 ft lb (60 Nm).
  5. Tighten the cylinder head bolts in sequence an additional 95 degrees.
  6. Install the intake gasket.
  7. Install the pushrods and rocker arms.
  8. Raise and support the vehicle.
  9. Install the catalytic converter and dipstick tube and indicator if removed.
  10. Lower the vehicle.
  11. Install the exhaust crossover pipe.
  12. Install the intake manifolds.
  13. Connect negative battery cable.
  14. Fill the cooling system.

Jul 03, 2010 | 2003 Oldsmobile Alero

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Tub shower combo... newly installed but leaks from shower head when turned on


Some shower heads require a rubber washer that would fit in the opening in the shower head. That may be all you need and would be the simplest fix. Check that first.
Sounds like you need some teflon tape available at any hardware store. The teflon tape should be wrapped around the pipe threads with 2 or 3 wraps and then screw the shower head on to the pipe. If the leak is in the wall, remove the shower head pipe from the wall pipe elbow and apply 2 or 3 wraps of teflon tape to the shower head pipe threads and reinstall to the elbow in the wall. You may need a pipe wrench if the pipe is real tight. Good Luck

Nov 30, 2008 | Dishwashers

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I bought a 1''F and 28mm elbow to connected hot water cylinder and cold water pipe, but when the elbow is tighten to the hot water cylinder, it does not point to the direction where water pipe should be...


Remove the elbow and fitting and apply pipe seal (pipe dope) to the threads. Reinstall it and adjust only as tight as necessary to get the proper direction.

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