I replaced the plastic rod that attaches to the filter which you screw to remove the filter for cleaning, but is still leaks. During the cycle the filter is pushed down, leaking coffee and grounds on the counter.
Can I order the subassembly that clips into the removable works?
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The Crossfire should have electric door locks. Each door will have an electric solenoid attached to the rod that runs behind the door panel. That rod activates the locks. If the locks quit working, try removing the grounding wire where it attaches to the door frame. Clean the wire, the screw, and the hole the screw goes into, then screw it back in and try the locks again. Lock problems are often caused by bad grounding connections, and it would save you a lot of cash if you didn't have to buy a new solenoid.
for passenger side:
1. unclip screw cover 'center flap' of inside door opener plastic cover, flap is 3/8"x 3/8" (center of plastic cover)
2. remove phillips screw now showing
3. push fabric panel (edge of door opener plastic cover-at hinged end of chrome handle) to allow uncliping of edge of plastic cover (top rt & lwr rt (for passenger side) of plastic cover)
4. open chrome inside door handle to allow plastic cover to be removed-slide plastic cover toward rear, free end of door to remove cover
5. remove switch panel-gently pry with wide non maring pry bar (cover wide blade screwdriver using cloth) do rear of sw panel 1st (don't pry front edge)
6. slide switch panel toward rear to allow removal
7. remove large phillips screw under sw panel
8. remove the 2 plastic covers near top, hinge edge -use plastic spoon handles to encourage caps to pop off. May also require small screwdriver approx 1/8" in to complete pop off
9. remove the 2 phillips screws w/ captive washers
10. remove 3 phillips/hex screws along the bottom inside of door panel
11. on outside/rear edge of panel push the 2 center pins of each in about 1/8"-this allows the clip to be pulled out w/ pin pushed in
12. remove plastic cover (REAR OF SIDE MIRROR)-pull window edge up and back.
13. lift rear of door panel (not hinge edge) up allow hinge edge to pivot around lower pin in door (hinge edge)
14. remove the 2 rt edge "L" brackets (gently pry center plastic pin out) (note the color and replace as removed)
15. slowly peel the clear plastc away from the non hinged end to expose the plastic panel with 3 phillips head screws
16. remove the 3 screws and panel for access to door handle.
17. using access area now available unlatch the rod attached to exterior door handle (unclip plastic to rotate clip up to allow rod to slide out-toward hinged edge)
18. using access area now available remove rod from ext door handle from inside door area
19. remove the 3 -10mm head bolts
20. remove the ext door handle (bottom edge out first)
reverse order to replace door handle
Remove the top cover, twist and remove the air filter, there is a small spring that retains the throttle rod at the carb spindle, carefuuly unhook this, it also acts as the throttle sprindle return spring, depress the throttle trigger, hold the throttle spindle open with your finger and let the trigger go, you should now be able to lift the throttle push rod up and out of the spindle, pull the throttle rod away with the rubber boot attached, pull the earth return and cut out wire away from there terminals, unhook the air filter housing from the rubber straps, lift the carb up and use a 4mm allen key to remove the two retaining screws, pull the fiel hose off and remove the carb from the saw.
The pump side of the carb is an alloy plate held with a single screw, under here you will find a gasket and a pump diaphram, in that order, once removed you will find the main fuel filter, clean or replace, the metering side is a chrome plate held with four screws, you will find a diaphram and a gasket, in that order, once removed you will see the inlet needle and metering lever.
It sounds like it could be the plastic connecting bit that links the lock tumbler lever to the rod that operates the door lock mechanism, has broken or become disconnected. To check, you will need to remove the trim on the inside of the door, after removing any screws and the inside door lever and window winder. Once you have the inside trim off and the plastic sheet, you will see an access hole for the door mechanism and the lock tumbler. It should be attached to the actuating rod by the aforementioned plastic bit. If plastic bit appears OK try re-attaching it or replacing it if broken. If the lever part of the lock tumbler which attaches to the rod is broken the lock will need replacing.
The 2007 Tundra 5.7l engine doesn't have a spin on filter - it uses a replaceable paper cartridge within a permanent housing. Located under the skid plate on the front-left portion of the engine, the oil filter unit has two coolant hoses, a black plastic screw-in housing, and a large, metal, round screw with a 1/2" square fitting in the middle of it. The cartridge-type oil filter is in the housing.
If equipped with a skid plate, access is accomplished by removing the 5 skid plate bolts, allowing the plate to swing down on integrated hangars (with the front plastic bumper skirt still attached). To completely remove the skid plate, three small screws holding it to the front plastic bumper skirt must also be removed.
Toyotafilter kits contain a new filter cartridge, a plastic drain plug, and two O-rings. The drain plug is used to drain residual oil from the filter unit prior to removing the plastic screw-in housing. After removing the large, metal, round screw with a 1/2" square fitting in the middle of it, the plug simply snaps into the bottom of the plastic housing. The smaller of the two new O-rings replaces the existing O-ring on the screw.
Once drained, the plastic screw-in filter housing is removed using a filter wrench (Toyota special service tool). The larger of the two new O-rings replaces the existing O-ring on the screw-in housing. VERY CLOSE ATTENTION must be paid in placing the new O-ring - failure to properly seat the new O-ring could result in a massive oil leak!
The filter itself is currently only available from Toyota.
An allen wrench or screwdriver (for fairing removal, if necessary.)
An oil filter wrench (for removing the oil filter.)
The appropriate crush washer for your oil drain plug-- this can be purchased from a hardware store or motorcycle service shop.
A pair of needle-nose pliers, in case the oil filler cap is hard to reach or tightly screwed on.
An adjustable socket wrench.
The proper amount of manufacturer-recommended engine oil.
A new, manufacturer-approved oil filter.
2. Unscrew the oil filter caps
3. Remove the oil rain plug
4. Replace and remove the crush washer
5. Clean the oil drain plug
6. Remove the oil filter
7. remove and clean plastic mesh filter
8. Lubricate the O-ring of the new filter and attach it to the engine
9. Replace Oil drain plug and plastic mesh filter then pour oil
10. Check oil level
font panel must be removed. This may be done by removing the
control console (open upper cabinet doors to find screws behind the
console). After you remove the control console, the screws along the top of the lower front panel are easily
accessible. Disconnect the two interlock switches, remove the grounding
clip attached to the bulkhead & lift the panel off the two lower
clips. Inside the panel is the housing that leads to the exhaust blower.
Just clean out the mess & reverse the process to replace the parts.
Most of the time this has to deal with a poor ground connection. Everything around the motor is plastic so the ground wire is the only place the motor ground. I gave up trying to find the problem connection and attached a secondary ground to the motor and fixed it. U get to the motor under the hood in between wipers. Remove filter -remove 4 screws on blower cover. The blower slides out. attach a ground wire on the rear screw on the motor. Find a good ground for that wire & your done. I put a small hole under the blower and attached it to the frame ground right behind radio. Any good ground will work.
Ok here are 2 possible solutions. 1. If you have a mower with a sediment bowl under the carb and flat paper air filter, try this. Drain gas from gas tank. Remove the screw that holds the air filter cover. Replace air filter is dirty. Remove the two or three screws that are holding the flat plastic back of air filter cover. Remove the little gasket that is between the flat plastic back and sediment bowl. Make sure you remove all of old gasket. Clean the area around the sediment bowl so it is free of dirt and grim. Use a 1/2 socket (usually) and remove the bolt on underside of the bulb. The remaining gas in the bowl and a little left in the tank will leak out. I let it all run out so if any water is in tank it emptys on its own. Remove the bowl and clean it out with clean rag or paper towel. Use some carb and choke cleaner to spray the carb. Reattach the bowl, and tighten the bolt making sure the ruber gasket between the bowl and carb is not twisted or you will have leaks. Install a new gasket between carb and air filter back replace 2 or 3 screws and air filter and cover. Refill with gas, prime it and then try and start it.
2. If your carb is located ontop of the fuel tank, remove the cross tip screws that hold carb to tank and get a new diaphram (fuel pump in a sense). Replace diaphram and reassemble in reverse. You will have to also remove the bolt that holds tank to motor and the little metal rod that goes from the govonor to the choke.
From what you stated I would think it is number 1.
Just had the same problem. Finally realised what to do. Pull the long rod away from the top against its spring (by the rubber gaiter) and whilst holding it, undo the screw holding the long rod to the top trigger mechanism. Now you can wiggle the rod part free (careful of the plastic lug on the side opposite the screw). Now, you can look down through the cyclone whilst inserting the rod properly into the releaser at the bottom and open the base. Reassemble the rod into the top. NOW reinsert it into the cyclone with the base door OPEN and using two fingers locate the rod into the releaser lever. Now you can close the door. Phew. Hope this is clear enough as a guide.