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Leaking oil


It is leaking from somewhere and getting onto the exhaust manifold or pipe. Prime suspects are the cam cover gasket, distributor shaft seal, or oil filter mounting.

You can buy a fluoro tracer dye eg

http://www.ebay.com/itm/SUPERCOOL-16525-Engine-Fluid-Leak-Detection-Dye-1-Oz-/222277586459

You give the engine a really good clean all over, add this dye to the oil in recommended amount, drive around a bit, and shine a blacklight lamp on the engine parts.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Black-Mini-Aluminum-UV-ULTRA-VIOLET-9-LED-FLASHLIGHT-BLACKLIGHT-Torch-Light-Lamp-/152175749413?var=&hash=item236e61a925:m:m5bmKbE1HA0X6BZrPtCTZaA

The leak will glow. If it is everywhere too much, clean and repeat with less driving before checking.
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Oct 15, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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My mitsubishi eterna leaks when wet outside. It is becoming a big problem as mold is starting to form. I think it happens in the boot but where and how do i fix it?


check the sealing rubber around the boot opening paying attention to the rubber condition and the metal lip that it is fixed on.. Check that the boot lid is properly adjusted and touching the rubber all around . Check the sealing around the tail light assemblies. Check for rust in the floor of the boot . If you have a fender mounted aerial then check that the water is not getting in by the aerial and fitting

Jul 03, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 1992 Chevy Lumina Van with Alum. rims that leaks air out of the tires. Is there a fix for that or do i need to buy steel rims? Any info. would be appreciated. Thanks.


What you have is a very common and annoying problem with aluminum wheels. There are 3 things you can do. Take it to a tire shop and have them put rubber sealant around the bead, put fix a flat in each tire, or like you said, buy steel wheels.

Jan 30, 2011 | Chevrolet Lumina APV Cars & Trucks

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How do i replace a 2006 A6 rear light. I crashed into a wall in the ice and it broke the plastic. I have a full replacement unit.


Rear iignts in rear na, removing and instaiiing

Fig. 325: Rear Lights In Rear Lid, Removing And Installing

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Removing

CAUTiON: • Switch off all electrical components.

. . Switch ignition off and remove ignition key.

o Turn light switch into "0" position.

o Open cap - 1 - for warning triangle.

o Rotate quick-release screw - 2 - counter-clockwise 90 C and remove cover - 3 - from luggage compartment lining - direction of arrow -

Fig. 326: Removing Bulb Socket From Housing, Pressing Catch Bracket Downward

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o Disconnect electrical harness connector

o Remove bulb socket - 1 - from housing, press catch bracket - 2 - downward - arrow - to do so

Fig. 327: Identifying Nuts, Clamping Bracket, Inner Tail Lamp, And Clamp Mounting

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o Unscrew nut - 2 - and remove clamping bracket - 1 -

o Remove nut - 4 - and remove inner tail lamp - 3 - toward outside

o Remove clamp mounting - 5 - from body cut-out

Fig. 328: Identifying Clamp Mounting, Nuts, Inner Tail Lamp, And Tabs

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Installing

Installation is the reverse of removal, noting the following:

NOTE: • Make sure seal between body and tail lamp housing seals properly.

. Attach clamp mounting -2 - at inner tail lamp and screw on nut -3 - loosely.

. Attach inner tail lamp -4 - at body cut-out and make sure grip tabs - arrows - of clamp mounting rest against body cut-out

. Slide clamp mounting - 1 - onto threaded pin of inner tail lamp and tighten nuts - 3 - and -5 -.

Jan 19, 2011 | 2006 Audi A6

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How to change a headlight lamp 2009 dodge ram


Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
Remove the four plastic push-in fasteners that secure the upper radiator seal to the grille support and both fender ledges.
Remove the two plastic push-pin rivets that secure the upper radiator seal to the radiator.
Remove the upper radiator seal from the vehicle.

NOTE: It is not necessary to remove the grille from the front of the vehicle to service the front lamp units. The illustration shows the grille removed only to assist in clearly identifying the locations of the front lamp unit mounting provisions.
Remove the screw that secures the upper mounting tab of the front lamp unit to the Front End Module (FEM) carrier (also known as the radiator closure).
Using a socket with a magnetic insert or with a small piece of butyl tape inserted, reach down between the grille and the FEM carrier to access, remove and retrieve the screw that secures the lower mounting tab of the front lamp unit.
Remove the fastener that secures the tab at the bottom of the access panel to the front of the front wheel house splash shield.

NOTE: The illustration shows the back of right front lamp unit and slide lock with the slide lock in the locked position.
Reach through the access opening of the wheel house splash shield and lift the slide lock upward far enough to disengage it from the lock post integral to the back of the front lamp unit housing.

From the front of the vehicle, grasp the outboard edge of the front lamp unit firmly and pull it straight forward to disengage the ball stud from the plastic grommet in the FEM carrier.
Pull the lamp away from the front of the vehicle far enough to access and disconnect the two wire harness connections from the park/turn signal bulb socket and either the headlamp bulb on vehicles with dual headlamps, or from the headlamp pigtail wire harness on vehicles with quad headlamps.
Remove the front lamp unit from the vehicle.

Firmly grasp the headlamp bulb in the reflector through the opening on the back of the front lamp unit housing and rotate it counterclockwise about 30 degrees to unlock it.
Pull the bulb straight out from the keyed opening in the reflector.
Reverse order to install

Dec 22, 2010 | Dodge Ram 1500 Cars & Trucks

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Change front main seal , leaking oil around timing chain cover. could be seal around harmonica balancer.


yes, I just changed one of these recently. Had to take both front and bottom off engine. Very difficult repair, as there are no good jack points for the engine when you have all the motor mounts off.
Here is procedure I would recommend.
Remove starter and engine to transmission brackets front and back.
Remove transmission starter gear cover.
drain oil and remove oil pan.
put a block under the crankshaft and jack to release weight on motor mount.
remove front motor mount (by serpentine belt)
remove belt.
remove compressor and bracket.
remove crank pulley and vib damper.
remove timing cover. mark timing belt with direction of travel
loosen tensioner gear.
remove timing belt.
remove crankshaft timing gear and key.
remove seal and oil pump housing.
clean gasket surfaces.
replace seal and reverse procedure.

If you have questions, let me know.

Oct 06, 2010 | 1993 Dodge Caravan

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The brake lights that we need 2 fix r on the trunk /hood.( what holds the spoiler if there was 1) looked all over. either cant find or see or get 2 it?


This is right out of the manual. Hope it is what you are looking for. Cobra. :-) Lamp, Rear Hi-Mount Removal
  1. Slide rear hi-mount lamp cover (13A656) away from back window glass (42006) and remove rear hi-mount lamp cover.
  1. Remove one screw retaining rear hi-mount lamp (13A613).
  1. Lift edge of rear hi-mount lamp and pull away from back window glass.
Installation
  1. Follow removal procedure in reverse order.
  1. Slide rear hi-mount lamp cover onto rear hi-mount lamp to engage retainers.


    Hi-Mount Rear Lamp


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    Item Part Number Description 1 921 Bulb 2 56929-S2 Screw 3 13A613 Rear Hi-Mount Lamp 4 13A656 Rear Hi-Mount Lamp Cover 5 15A442 Rear Hi-Mount Lamp Wiring

Jun 05, 2010 | 1997 Ford Thunderbird LX

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Maytag Dependable LAT8824AAE. Main tub seal leaks


The part number for the mounting stem and seal kit is 6-2095720 it cost about 85 bucks retail. You will also need to buy a special maytag spanner wrench to remove the inner tub. Its NOT an easy job the inner and outer tubs and hoses all need to be removed. The seal kit comes with no instructions. If you had a service company do the job it would be probably around 250 maybe more. We charge 104.95 labor for the job. Good luck _MJ_

Mar 04, 2010 | Maytag Washing Machines

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Off and on


I had this issue it cleared it self it was just after I replaced the lamp. I think the seal around the lamp mount was a little loose I removed it and refitted the lamp it has been ok since.

Jul 19, 2009 | Sony Grand WEGA KDF-42WE655 42" Rear...

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Transmission


It has a blown gasket and/or seal

Oct 27, 2008 | 2003 GMC Sierra

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