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Gear shift locked in park

Try setting your parking brake before you put the gear selector in park. Then put it in drive before you take the parking brake off to see it it keeps the load off the transmission when your parking on a steep incline or decline.

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When under a load (such as bread dough) my locking latch will not stay locked. How can I adjust the latch or repair the problem?

Well I afraid that you will not like the answer. The locking latch on a tilt head mixer can only be fixed replaced or repaired by taking the motor head apart. The bottom from the top.

1 remove mixer from stand
2 remove silver drip ring
3 remove rear end cap
4 remove locking pin in the planetary
5 remove planetary
6 remove nine screws in bottom of mixer
7 separate top from bottom of motor head
8 do not tear gasket or you will have to replace it (buy on line)
9 inspect locking latch and tighten or replace as needed
10 check gear grease and replace if all hard or all runny
11 reassemble

Sorry this is not an easy fix but it is do-able. You will need throw away rags a nice flat work space and some patience. I f you have never done a mechanical fix to anything it should take you about two hours, if however you are mechanically inclined and not afraid to tackle new projects should take you about forty-five minutes. let us know if we can help you.

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How do you remove pinion gear attached to motor shaft?

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I have a 1986 gmc k1500 with 4wd and im replacing the front bearings on both sides and there are warn hubs on fornt but when i take it off there is a 6 **** nut and non of the factroy tools at the par

After you remove the hub you then need to remove the inner gear and spring, this is done by removing the ring, look at the front edge of the gear, you will see ring, use small screw driver or pick to remove, it just sits in groove to hold hub gear and spring in place, when ring is removed then slide the rest of the parts to hub out, note some model will have a small star screw holding center gear in, remove screw and pull center gear out,

Next you will then see nut , these nuts are not too tight, you can use a chisel and hammer to break free if you do not have socket, after the first nut is removed you will then see a washer that has many small holes, that washer is a lock washer, it locks next washer in place , remove washer and you will be at last nut, take a look at the nut , the axle tube will have a slot, make sure there is not a slide pin going into nut to lock it, some models have a lock key, if you do then remove it with a magnet, you may need to wiggle nut to release pressure off the key, if you do not have the lock key then just remove the nut, take note the inner nut has a pin on the front face, when installing you will need to line it up to get lock washer on, here is a diagram to help you , good day and again these nuts are not tightened alot or bearing damage will occur just snug and chisel and hammer will loosen them. please let me know the outcome.9_2_2012_6_30_29_pm.gif

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Where can i find a web page that can show me step by step Ignition Lock Cylinder Removal for gmc yukon 1996

When carrying a live inflator module, make sure that the bag and trim cover are pointed away from you. Never carry the inflator module by the wires or connector on the underside of the module. In case of accidental deployment, the bag will then deploy with minimal chance of injury.
When placing a live inflator module on a bench or other surface, always face the bag and trim cover up, away from the surface.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable and disable the SIR system.
  2. Remove the upper and lower shroud, air bag module and the steering column.

Exploded view of the removal of the SIR coil assembly

  1. Remove the retaining ring, SIR coil assembly, wave washer.
  2. Remove the shaft lock retaining ring using tool J 23653-SIR or its equivalent to push down the shaft lock shield assembly. Discard the ring.
  3. Remove the shaft lock shield and turn signal cancel cam assembly.
  4. Remove the park lock cable assembly from the lock module assembly.
  5. Remove the key alarm switch, if equipped by gently prying the alarm switch retaining clip with a small pry tool. Rotate the alarm switch 1/4 in. turn and remove.
  6. Remove the two tapping screws and the ignition key and alarm assembly. Let the switch hang freely.

CAUTION The lock assembly is under slight spring tension. Hold the lock bolt in place while removing the lock module assembly.

  1. Remove the three pan head tapping screws and the lock module assembly.
  2. Remove the backing plate from the module.
Mark the two sector gears at the OFF-LOCK position to ensure proper reassembly
  1. Remove the sector gears.
  2. Remove the positioning tab on the end of the lock cylinder using an 1/8 in. burring tool. Remove all burrs from the lock module and cylinder assembly.
  3. Push on the locking tab of the lock cylinder from inside the lock module assembly and remove the lock cylinder.
To install:
  1. Align the marks on the sector gears and install the gears and the backing plate to the lock module assembly.
  2. Install the lock cylinder set and ensure that the lock module assembly is in the OFF-LOCK position.
  3. Install the key in the lock cylinder and ensure that it is in the OFF-LOCK position.
  4. Line up the locking tab with the slots in the lock module assembly and push the cylinder into position.
  5. Rotate the lock cylinder to the ACC position. The alignment arrows on the sector gears should be pointing towards each other.
  6. Rotate the lock cylinder to the LOCK position. Push the lock bolt in until it is flush and align the lock module assembly with the head assembly and install the lock module assembly.
  7. Install the three pan head screws and tighten to 53 inch. lbs. (6 Nm).
  8. Install the ignition and key alarm switch assembly and the fasteners. Tighten the fasteners to 12 inch. lbs. (1 Nm).
  9. Install the key alarm switch. Make sure the retaining clip is parallel to the lock cylinder. Rotate the alarm switch 1/4 in. turn until locked in place.
  10. Lubricate the lower brass surface of the turn signal cancel cam assembly with synthetic grease and install the assembly.
  11. Align the inner block tooth of the lock plate to block tooth of race and upper shaft assembly and install the assembly.
  12. Install a new shaft lock ring using tool J 23653-SIR and ensure the ring is firmly seated in the groove on the shaft.
  13. Install the center race and upper shaft assembly.
  14. Place the ignition switch to the lock assembly and ensure the coil is centered.
  15. Install the wave washer and the SIR coil assembly.
  16. Install the retaining ring and route the coil wire along the steering column.
  17. Install the wire harness straps to the steering column harness.
  18. Install the park lock cable assembly with the transmission in Park and the ignition switch in the OFF-LOCK position.
  19. Install the upper and lower covers, lock cylinder set and tilt lever (if equipped).
  20. Install the steering column and enable the SIR system. Connect the negative battery cable.

Exploded view of the sector gear timing position (OFF-LOCK)

Remove all burrs from the lock module and cylinder assembly

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The planetary mechanism (gear, plate, etc) on my 6Qt. 575Watt KitchenAid seems to have fallen more than a half inch along the main axle leaving a gap between the 'plate' and the bottom of the mixer head....

It appears that retaining ring (7) has snapped. It is the retaining ring which attaches to the drive shaft. Here is the parts diagram:

From it you can see how to remove the case cover and access the gear train. You may have to replace the shaft if its groove is worn allowing the retaining ring to slip off.

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Dead-bolt in power bolt won't move

The problem is with the small o-ring that is located on the main gear which is located under the sealed housing on the electronics board.
You need be carefull not to loose any of the small parts.
First you must remove the assembly that is located on the inside of your door. That will be the part with the electronics and batteries. Then place that part on a table with the knob facing the table. You will see 4 very small screws. Remove them. Just above the top screws that you just removed you will see a plastic retainer with 2 gears under it. It is right next to the the motor and worm gear. Holding that retainer down are 2 washer clips. Using a small very thin screw driver, CARFULLY remove those clips. The retainer will slip off and you can remove the asembly wear the knob is located. You will see a large flat gear that is attached to the knob shaft. Remove that gear by twisting the knob as you pull the gear. After the gear is removed, turn it over and you will see a black O-ring in the center. Use your small screw driver to pry it out. That ring is warn and you will need to replace it. You should be able to get it at your locale hardware store.
Put everything back in reverse order. Add a very small amount grease to the gears and you will be back in business. (((Remember to use a grease that will not harm the plastic parts)))

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