I bought this on clearance with no manuals (it looked easy enough) - but I'm having a hard time figuring out presets and tuning. Does anyone have simple instructions or a manual they can send to me?
Thanks for your help
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Mike, a 12/12 pitch is 45 degrees. You may have to use a little math to figure out how far down to hang the 44" fan to keep from hitting the angle of the ceiling. Geometry specifically. Remember the A sq + B sq = C sq for figuring the hypoteneuse of a right triangle?? If the ceiling fan is 44", the base (A) of the right triangle is 22" with NO CLEARANCE to the angled ceiling. A 45 degree angle dictates the base and the height are equal, so height (B) of the triangle is also 22" with NO CLEARANCE. If you want a few inches of clearance, extend the height by 4" and there should be enough clearance to allow the fan operation.
I would suggest playing with the figures before you buy the extension rods though. The simple answer to you question remains however...45 degrees.
The valve clearance specifications are as follows:
• Engine coolant temperature: 20°C [68°F]
• Limit Intake : 0.10 ~ 0.30mm (0.0039 ~ 0.0118in.)
• Exhaust: 0.20 ~ 0.40mm (0.0079 ~ 0.0157in.)
Also, look at your car's owner's manual ato figure out how to check your valve clearance once you've put about 60K miles to it, and there it will also tell you what the specifications should be.
the only clutch action I was getting was /is in the last 25% of the lever throw. I brought it home and let it cool and tried bleeding the clutch. Didn't seem to help. I have no idea what tranny oil is in it. Figured I'd just tear it apart and check things out with the plates and such.
Anyone got any tips or links on what I should be looking for? If you haven't figured it out yet...I'm very new at this but I enjoy doin my own wrenching so any help will be very much appreciated.Look closely at the master cylinder and lever. When you pull the lever does it almost instantly start pushing the mc piston? Is there too much clearance between the lever and mc piston? Is the adjuster screw missing from the lever? There is also a push-pin between the adjuster screw and mc piston the dust-boot holds it in place. Is it installed? If the adjuster comes loose that pin can fall out.,,
you need at least 3 inchs clearance from the back ribs to the wall
for good ventilation
if there is no ventilation back there you will need to do 1
if to whole room is hot then you can install a fan that will cool down the heat from ribs