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-Full battery...?
-If so. Bad starter.

Good lock


Motorsports | Answered on Jan 12, 2014

pull gently bottom then up.
its in the manual
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Motorsports | Answered on Jan 11, 2014

Mine has it on the right of the radiator

Motorsports | Answered on Jan 08, 2014

Could be:
:Worn uni joints in tailshaft. (You don't say what sort of car it is so could be FWD)
:Bent tailshaft.
:Broken clutch or pressure plate. (You don't say if it's auto or manual)
:Broken engine mount.
:Pinion bearings.
:Trans output.
Take your pick of any of the above.

More info would help.

Motorsports | Answered on Jan 07, 2014

you posted a VAN to a motor cycle forum section?

post car make, brand, model and year, and engine, sizes.

if in USA post VIN if above is not known. put xxx at end of vin.

post country, we have not used carbs here since,(USA) 1988

this car older than 1988? or older that 2001 in Europe?

not posting location, makes all answers wrong, see why?

that is because cars very vastly in design by country, (laws,etc)

Bikemaster... | Answered on Jan 04, 2014

carbs are set by the temperature in your area you need to adjust itin the fall and in the summer

Bikemaster... | Answered on Jan 04, 2014

Make sure engine is completely cooled before starting. Then remove timing chain sprockets and timing guides. remove intake manifold. raise the front of the vehicle and support it on jackstands. working from below ( under side ) disconnect the electrical from oxygen sensor. unbolt the front Y pipe from exhaust manifold. label and remove any remaining items attached to the cylinder head like coolant fittings ground straps hoses cables brackets or wiring. Using a breaker bar and appropriate sized socket loosen the cylinder head bolts in 1/4 turn in reverse tightening order ( you will have to find the tightening order else where I'm not sure of the sequence) each until they can be removed by hand to avoid cracking the head. Lift the cylinder head off the engine block with the camshaft and the exhaust manifold attached. IF IT IS STUCK very carefully pry up at the front end of cylinder head at a casting protrusion. Remove all external components ( label them to where they go back on ) from the head to allow for a thorough cleaning and inspection by a qualified person knows what to look for. Place a straight edge against each cylinder head bolt threads to see if its been stretched. Threads will been stretched if they are not straight on line ( thread depth ) its nice to have a new bolt to compare threads. IF you want help on the install cylinder head shoot me an email at Hope that Helps

Motorsports | Answered on Jan 03, 2014

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