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I don't know how to change a bit on the 3 way ratchet screwdriver

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If you are replacing the control it should be t15 torx or 8mm socket.

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Find the appropriate socket for the bolt along the tensioner pulley and attach it to the 3/8-inch ratchet handle. Place the socket head over the bolt on the tensioner pulley and push it in the direction indicated on the configuration chart on the hood of the vehicle to loosen the tension on the serpentine belt. Take the flat-head screwdriver to remove the serpentine belt from the tensioner pulley.

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Don't know how to attach a screw on to my corded Skil 3/s drill. Is there a special bit for this purpose?

Hi auntygamma,

Welcome to fixya!

Yes, you need to use a bit with all drills. They come in different sizes and shapes. If you don't have any bits to put into your drill, an all purpose kit would be nice to have. You can find them at your local hardware store or online.

Check out this webpage:

Copy and paste this entire web address into your browser and a page with one of the kits on it will open up for you. You don't have to buy a kit with lots of bits, you can pick up just one or two bits that you would use the most at the hardware store. The most used bits would be the #1 and #2 Phillips bits and a couple of different sizes of flat bladed bits. A few drill bits might come in handy too.

The drill that you have has a keyless chuck. This means you don't need any special tools to put in a bit or change one. If you look at the chuck, you'll see that the ridged part has two sections. If you hold the back section with your left hand, you can turn the front section to either open the chuck or close it to put bits in.

I don't know if this was clear or not, but if you have any problems or more questions about this, please be sure to reply back. I'll be glad to help you.

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I need a tool to take my front passenger caleper off to replace the tire studs it seems to need an allen key

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Freeze plug broke what do i need to fix it

You will need a screwdriver to pry the old one out a new rubber freeze plug and a wrench and socket and ratchet to tighten the rubber freeze plug.Also you will need anti freeze to refill the cooling system.

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Where is thermostat

Hi this is a big job and not the kind of job a novice can do below is the instructions on removing and refitting the thermostat

    Remove the Thermostat
  1. 1 Place a catch pan under the drain valve of your Venture radiator.
  2. 2 Open the radiator valve and drain at least 2 quarts of coolant. Then close the drain valve.
  3. 3 Remove the air cleaner and duct assembly from the top of the engine to gain access to the thermostat housing. Use a screwdriver and a ratchet and socket if necessary.
  4. 4 Disconnect the crossover exhaust pipe using a ratchet, ratchet extension and socket.
  5. 5 Follow the upper radiator hose towards the engine to locate the thermostat housing.
  6. 6 Disconnect the upper radiator hose from the thermostat housing. Use a pair of rib joint pliers to loosen the clamp, and then slip it off the thermostat housing towards the radiator. Other Venture models may use a worm clamp type, which you can remove using a standard screwdriver or ratchet and socket.
  7. 7 Remove the upper radiator hose from the thermostat housing by carefully twisting and pulling the hose off the fitting.
  8. 8 Unscrew the two mounting bolts from the thermostat housing using a ratchet, ratchet extension and socket. Detach the thermostat housing from the engine.
  9. 9 Note the exact position of the thermostat so that you install the new one the same way. Then remove the thermostat and gasket.
  10. Install the New Thermostat
  11. 1 Apply a light coat of room temperature vulcanizing (RTV) sealer to the threads of the thermostat housing bolts.
  12. 2 Set the new thermostat and new gasket in place.
  13. 3 Set the thermostat housing in place and start the two mounting bolts by hand. Then tighten the bolts using the ratchet, ratchet extension and socket.
  14. 4 Connect the upper radiator hose to the thermostat housing.
  15. 5 Tighten the upper radiator clamp over the thermostat housing using the rib joint pliers, standard screwdriver or ratchet and socket.
  16. 6 Connect the crossover exhaust pipe using the ratchet, ratchet extension and socket.
  17. 7 Install the air cleaner and duct assembly using the screwdriver or ratchet and socket.
  18. 8 Add coolant to the radiator using a 50/50 mixture of distilled water and anti-freeze.
  19. 9 Start the engine and check the upper radiator hose and thermostat housing for leaks.

if your doing the job yourself then just take your time and remember where all the bolts you undo come from as putting them back in correct order can be a nightmare.

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I need diagram and directions to change the ratchet on the drivers seat in a 1996 ford bronco. the bottom frame is broken and need to take it apart to weld the frame as you can not find a decent seat to...

Follow these steps to easily remove the driver's seat from ford bronco 1) Lean under the seat and unclip the harness that connects the seat belt sensor to the seat. You may need to use a small flathead screwdriver to pull the release open. 2)Attach the Mac Tools SC620B socket to the 3/8-inch ratchet and unbolt the seat from the floor. 3)Attach the 3/8-inch ratchet to the extension and then the socket. Unbolt the two bolts towards the center of the vehicle. These may be difficult to remove from the channel, but they will eventually come out. Then lift the seat out of the vehicle. 4) Now if you want to replace only ratchet then remove the ratchet from the seat and place new ratchet and reverse the procedure.
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Mar 24, 2010 | 1996 Ford Bronco

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The bit in my Stanley ratchet screwdriver does not lock into place, falls out when screwdriver is pointing down

There is a small springs steel wire that fits into the chuck. the bit slides into the chuck and then into the spring and the spring holds the bit inside the chuck. This ring seems to be missing. Thus the bit falls out. You might try going to a hardware store and they make a device that is two magnets held together with a rubber band. When they are together there is a small hole in the center. You can slide any screwdriver or bit into the hole in the center and it magnetizes the bit or driver. Magnetizing your bits should keep them from falling out of the ratchet screwdriver.

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My Mitsubishi Diamante rear Speaker is blown.

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Skewdrivers are 45 degree angled screwdrivers that rotate when you twist the handle.

I prefer the craftsman right angle screwdriver, as it ratchets easily and applies more torque than a skewdriver.

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I have a 91 f-150 xlt supercab with a efi 302. i need to replace the throttle position sensor. is there any way i can do this without removing the throttle body? I can't get to the screws with an offset...

The best way is to remove it so you don't cause any damage to the screws or other components. I do not remember if there is room for a thin-headed 1/4" drive ratchet, but you can sometimes use one with a 1/4" hex socket and a short screwdriver bit. Grind the bit down as short as possible if it helps. The aluminum and the threadlock holds these babies in awful tight. Worst case is remove the throttle body and replace the gasket when reassembling. I know it's frustrating. Good thing is you know how to save some money.

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