I hope you can assist me. The plastic cap/pour spout to my 32 oz. Dura Bottle fell on the floor and broke, so now I need a replacement cap. Can I please purchase a replacement cap from you, or can you please let me know who I need to contact to purchase the cap? thank you,
5712 172nd Pl. SW
Lynnwood, WA 98037
Ph. # 425-745-0864
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I don't know where the washer bottle is on this model, friend, but the modern trend is to fit them low down with an extended spout especially if it is a large capacity bottle. They are often fitted in the space under the forward part of the front wing, mudguard or fender and following the direction of the filler spout should give a strong clue to the location. Access usually means moving plastic parts out of the way; such as the wing liner and any undertray or parts of an undertray.
Especially in winter when plastic is very difficult to work with it is better to completely remove any plastic parts but be aware some or all of any plastic retainers are likely to break during removal. Better access to the wing liner would be achieved by raising the car taking proper safety precautions and removing the front wheel.
Look for a plastic cap with two bumps on it near the bottom of the engine (or a pipe about 4" long with a pipe cap on the end). Open the cap and tip the machine to drain the oil. Set the blower upright and refill with 3/4 quart of oil (24 oz). Check level, add more until the dipstick says it is correct. Usually about 32 oz.
There are two parts to the whistle - the hinged whistle bit and the black base that is attached to the spout. They are joined by a pin that passes through the base and through a bracket that is fixed above the spout, and through the bottom of the arm on the hinged whistle. Remove the pin - it is a push fit - so you need a rod of the same diameter. It will then all come to pieces. The U shaped metal spring sits in the bracket on the spout - the open end and the slope on the spring to the top. Then put the bits back together and replace the pin! This is tricky but do-able as all the holes have to line up. You need to have plenty of light to see what is going on. Once aligned the pin goes back in okay but don't try to force it. If it doesn't go in your alignment isn't right.
The tank is labeled. Take the clean/solution tank off the vacuum by lifting it straight up. Unscrew the black cap on the bottom of the tank and remove the bottle insert. Add 8 oz of the Little Green formula (this gets you up to the Formula fill line). Then add hot water to the water fill line. Replace the bottle insert and tighten the black cap. Then replace the clean/solution tank by lining the indentations up with the vertical guides on the left side of the unit and sliding it straight down. Please note that the bottles of the formula come in 32 oz or 64 oz bottles. So you can expect one of the smaller bottles to last 4 fill cycles.
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An awesome product that you spray on and let sit overnight. then simply wash it off. (Non Toxic / Non corrosive) No gloves required but does have an odd odor so I would let it soak outside. Heavy accumulations may require a second treatment.
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The "Inline Spout Connector" is used to control the engine timing by dis-connecting the timing control from the timing control unit, and you must remove the inline spout connector before you can change or set the ignition timing, and if the inline spout connector is missing, then the engine timing will not be controlled by the dura-spark control unit, the check engine light should be on, and the engine will perform poorly. Usually it is located out by the distributor or over by the dura spark control unit.
It is normally a small squared looking grey plastic thing that should be in the end of a wire connector, and that is the only thing that will on the end of that wire connector, and it is basically just a jumper plug. Here is a similar image of what you should be looking for.
Go to your local Pet Store! They have a remover called "Simple Solution." I have used it a lot!! It works for about every stain there is!! It's about $8 for a 32 oz. bottle. Worth every penny! I use it on my carpet...just pour some on like you were pouring a glass of water on it...let it set for a little bit..viola! Hope it works! It does for me!!