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Vaccum line is off from transmission passing gear doesnt kick in


If its only one line that\'s off it can only go back in one place. Look for a nipple that\'s shiny and new, someplace within the length of the hose on the transmission, that\'s where it will go.

Aug 29, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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AC hoses leaking


The condensation will be mostly forming on the suction line to the compressor . It is the moisture in the air forming water droplets when the air hits the cooler pipe. The refrigerant boils off inside the line because of the low pressure cause by the sucking action of the compressor and this boiling off reduces the temperature of the line and so the condensation forms . It will be the larger of the 2 pipes and if this condensation is causing concern then there is a form tube that you can get from the rubbers shops that you can wrap around the line and this insulates the line and so the condensation will not form. When the system is working properly you will notice that the smaller line will be quite hot as the compressor compresses the refrigerant back into a liquid so that at the TX valve in the evaporator(inside the car) releases the liquid into the vacuum created by the compressor sucking on that line. The heat in the car helps boil off the liquid to gas and in doing so removes the heat from inside the car . As it is doing this there is condensation forming on the evaporator fins that drains off out a tube to outside under the car ,hence the pool of water on the road as you drive off.

Apr 20, 2014 | Ford Ranger Cars & Trucks

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How to remove a radiator form a 2000 jaguar


Removal
  1. Drain the cooling system.
  2. Reclaim the air conditioning refrigerant.
  3. Remove the motor and shroud.
  4. NOTE: Seal the line and the evaporator with plugs.


Detach the air conditioning line. Raise the vehicle.
  • Remove the lower radiator splash shield.
  • NOTE: The splash shield is equipped with hinges which should be treated with care on removal. Remove the radiator splash shield.
    Detach the securing clips.
    Remove the radiator splash shield.
    NOTE: Seal the line and the evaporator with plugs and Detach the air conditioning line.
    1. Detach the lower coolant hose.

    2. Remove the air conditioning condenser. Remove the securing screws.
    3. NOTE: Vehicles with manual transmission, cable tie the cooling radiator
    4. tach the automatic transmission/power steering cooler.
      Remove the securing screws.
      Detach the automatic transmission/power steering cooler.
      1. Lower the vehicle. Remove the radiator foam trim.
      Remove the radiator.

    Sep 25, 2012 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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    Fridge is leaking water .... there's a place in the back of the fridge at the bottom (where the water line comes in from the in fridge filter and then goes to the icemaker).... there's two electrical...


    yes these are the water valve solenoids and 1 is fir ice maker and the other is for cold water supply in the door,yes just replace it dont even try to fix it

    Jan 01, 2011 | Jenn-Air JBL2086HES Bottom Freezer...

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    Trans. won't shift up to 3rd and over drive


    hello, check modulator valve, its on the side of transmissiom towards the back on passenger side, also check and see if your air line is hooked up to the modulator valve, lots of times if air line is not hooked up, it will not shift, or it will shift real hard, have to run motor at high rpm to get to shift, its almost like you put in a shift kit, thats bad on tranny, and check your linkage,. loosen linkage. put truck in netraual, and transmission in netrual also. tighten the bolt, check and see if you have all gears, if not, modulator may be bad or tranny

    Feb 06, 2010 | 1996 GMC Sierra

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    Flushing transmission lines


    IT IS A VERY GOOD TO FLUSH THE LINES! USE COOLER FLUSH, OR COOLER KLEEN.

    Mar 21, 2009 | 1998 Ford Taurus

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    Problem: The needle threader does not line up with needle eye


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    Mar 20, 2009 | Janome 6019QC Mechanical Sewing Machine

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    Air in power steering lines


    trans fluid and p/s fluid same thing thats fine. Did you fill fluid first before starting vehicle? These pumps burn up easily if run dry.

    Dec 15, 2008 | 2004 Ford Freestar

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    Air Vents


    Check the vaccume line going into the firewall. Mine dry rotted and I had the same problem. I replaced the line and now it works fine.

    Jun 14, 2008 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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