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2015 Nissan... • Answered 2 days ago

The adjuster screw is on the back of the headlight unit. The attached photo shows where it is for the halogen and the standard type. 4a589924-8ef3-4b22-98a2-6d43a98bff1e-0jndjcyisb4pux5pzgfgr5wt-5-0.jpeg



Toyota Sienna... • Answered 2 days ago

Sounds like the drivers side axle or joint is broken if you turn the wheel all the way in both directions you should be able to see it.

Ford Ranger Cars... • Answered 3 days ago

The headlights could of had burned out and need to be replaced.If the headlights are still not working after being replaced there might be a problem with the wires or the electrical parts that have the head lights work. A mechanic would have to inspect your car.

Volkswagen Polo... • Answered 3 days ago

There is none, it uses an expansion valve, and it is in the evaporator.

2004 Honda... • Answered 3 days ago

Here is the vacuum diagram your requested. There are two types of vacuum diagrams, for VIN code L and 1. I've included both.


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1993 Oldsmobile... • Answered 3 days ago

use the link for radio diagram

Ford Cars &... • Answered 3 days ago

I need to know what the box is called under the truck that the brake lines go into for a 2005 Cadillac EVs

2002 Cadillac... • Answered 3 days ago

2016 Ford Fusion alarm goes off frequently (usually at 7:00 AM) when I try to get in, so neighbors are happy, you can bet. NOTHING....repeat....NOTHING will stop it, except quickly starting the car. The remote is absolutely worthless, no amount of pressing or manipulating the remote buttons will stop the blaring. I just end up with popped hoods, open doors, etc.

2006 Ford Fusion • Answered 3 days ago

I take it you have determined which lifter it is? The task is relatively easy if the lifter in question is not heavily worn by the camshaft. Remove the centre manifold and various pipes etc. You will have to drain the coolant system. Remove the centre or valley gasket/shield to expose the lifters and push rods. Re determine which lifter it is and turn the engine until that valve is closed, releasing most of the load on that push rod. Remove that rocker cover and loosen the nut/bolt in the centre of the rocker arm until you can release the push rod. Now here is where it gets tricky because as a matter of design the lifter rotates during operation to even the wear on the face of the lifter and cam. You can get a tool from a parts house or online that has 2 small jaws that you expand into the face of the lifter under the top groove and you can pull the offending lifter out. Its quite possible that after high mileage there is a burr on the lower end of the lifter face and you should not apply more than moderate force to extract the lifter. If you do you risk pulling the burr through the block bore and effectively reaming it oversize, this is not good and could affect the fit of the replacement. I regret to say that if its tight to extract, the only solution is a block strip in which case get a kit of camshaft and lifters and replace all parts. If the lifter has failed due to sludge, which is a common problem on v8's, then its likely they could all soon be in trouble. It is possible on some lifter designs to disassemble the lifter, clean all the parts and replace it in the block but you have to weigh up the time taken to do the job plus parts as to whether its better to take the whole engine out for rebuild. If mileage is high, lots of short runs, cool conditions leading to low oil temp and sludge then consider a rebuild before bothering with one lifter. Good luck.

Cars & Trucks • Answered 3 days ago

Maybe a problem with wiring on hinge side of driver door? Check voltage and ground for power windows. Give me a second and I'll try to post wiring diagram.

Cars & Trucks • Answered 3 days ago

When was the last time you changed your spark plug wires? If they are going bad the radio will pick this up. Also be certain that the ground is to a main bolt at the frame.You may need to add a noise suppressor to the radio as well.

Cars & Trucks • Answered 3 days ago

Under passenger side front seat and carpet

2000 Buick Park... • Answered 3 days ago

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