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What is the torq setting for the rocker arms on a 91 crown vic with a 5.0L


Fig. 2: Rocker arm assembly - 5.0L and 5.8L engines

* Apply engine oil or assembly lubricant to the valve stem tip and pushrod end. Also apply lubricant to the rocker arm and fulcrum seat contact surfaces.
* Rotate the crankshaft until the lifter is on the camshaft base circle (all the way down) and install the rocker, fulcrum seat and fulcrum bolt. Tighten the bolts to 18-25 ft. lbs. (24-34 Nm).
Install the rocker arm cover(s).

Hope this helps.

Aug 03, 2011 | 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria

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I just bought a Bulova Super Seville watch how do you set the day and date?

Pull the stem out one click, rotate stem clockwise to set day, counter clockwise to set day, pull stem out to second click to set time

Feb 22, 2011 | Bulova Men's Watch

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How to remove 2004 softail fork lock

I don't have the instructions for the Softail but I do for the Dyna series bikes. I'm pretty sure it'll be the same.

Loosen the upper triple tree clamp pinch bolts and remove the upper triple tree and handlebars.

Raise the front end off the ground and loosen the fork stem bolt and allow the front fork assembly to drop down approximately 5 inches.

On the left side of the steering stem thare is a "half-moon" indentation that has been machined into to steering stem for the lock. Let the steering stem drop until this indentation is in full view.

Now, there is a set screw that holds the lock into the frame steering head. The set screw screws upward into a recess in the lock mechanism. The set screw is covered by a lead plug so that it is not easily seen or gotten to. The book says to use a scribe to remove the lead plug.

Unscrew set screw.

Insert a key into the lock and turn slightly

Wiggle and pull the lock assembly until you get it worked out far enough to get hold of the lock with a pair of pliers or something.

Rotate the steering stem slightly until the lock comes out.

Good Luck

Dec 21, 2010 | 2004 Harley Davidson FLSTC - FLSTCI...

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Washer doesn't complete spin cycle, it stops with a barrel full of water. It doesn't matter if it's set on extra rinse or not.

The wheel on the botton has a plastic white insert that will lift or retract the gear stem. Depending on the ratation of the motor this will pull or retact that stem. During spin cysle, the wheel rotates CCW and pulls that stem out(towards the floor). This action should disengage the brake and also start rotating the tum. Remove power, remove the belt and rotate wheel manually and see if the empty tub spins. If not, remove the wheel and take care to not drop all the washers and bearings. Once removed take some vice grips and yank on that gear stem until the brake mechanisn is released. That stem should only need to move a few mm maybe 5-10. Once fully reassembled if this continues to happen, get a new pully assembly.

Sep 23, 2010 | Maytag Atlantis MAV6000 Top Load Washer

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I just purchased The Cruiser 24 classis Huffy bike and can not find how to raise the handel bars. Is there a way to raise them up higher?

The center bolt on the stem tightens an expander wedge down inside the steerer tube. Loosen it a few turns, tap down on it to dislodge the wedge and the whole assembly should rotate independently of the wheen and you should be able to move it vertically.

The stem can only be safely raised so far. There will be a 'minimum insertion ' mark etched on it. Don't go any higher than that or you may die when the stem suddenly pops off the bike while you're riding it.

Get it to the height you want, align the handlebars square with the front wheel and tighten the bolt. While holding the front wheel between your knees, try to rotate the handlebars to make sure they're locked to the steerer tube.

If you need more height the stem would have to be replaced with one having a higher rise, shorter reach or some combination. A bike shop will have what you need.

Aug 08, 2010 | Cycling

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How do we remove the tub seal assembly on a mat12cs commercial Maytag?

This is a not a job for the back yard mechanic. There are many things that need to be done carefully. There are 3 letters missing from your model number also... However the procedure is pretty much the same for all models.

NOTE you will need a special tool to remove the stem seal. Unless you have the special tool in hand don't even bother starting the job. Tell any appliance part center you need the tool for removing an Old style Maytag tub nut and stem seal.

1. Remove the front panel
2. Remove the cabinet top / lid by removing the 2 screws in the top front corner of the cabinet. and rotate the top up 90 deg. Be careful of the lid that will swing freely.
3. Disconnect the pump inlet hose from the bottom of the tub.
4. Disconnect the water injector hose from the tub cover.
5. Remove the tub cover
6. Locate the only hex head screw in the side of the agitator and remove it.
7. Lift out the agitator
8. Using the special tool you should have in hand by now.... Remove the wash tub nut and stainless steel washer under the tub nut.
9. NOTE the distance of the inner tub from the outer tub and then lift out the wash tub
10. Next is the stem seal. You first have to remove the allen head lock screw in one of the 4 faces of the tub nut. Then again using that same special tool remove the upper part of stem seal. Be careful when lifting it as you can actually damage the grease seal in the very top of the tub seal upper portion. Once the metal upper part of the tub stem seal assy is removed... there another NOTE of caution...
11. The actual tub seal has a carbon face on the top of it and if you crack the carbon seal it your machine will leak all of the time there is water in the unit.
grab the tub seal as the very base of the seal and gently rotate and lift it off the inner tub sealing surface.
12. Install the new stem seal.... by again gripping it on the bottom only and gently rotate and push it down into place until it seats level.

Reassemble in reverse order of disassembly but make sure you INSTALL the allen lock screw into the stem seal nut face. If you don't the stem seal will come loose and your unit will leak again. Final note is during re-assembly make sure the wash tub is centered.... rotate the tub once you tighten the tub nut and make sure it is not to elliptical if you don't get it right... the machine will gyrate with use in the spin cycle.

Jan 14, 2010 | Maytag MAT12CS Top Load Washer

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2-handle faucet handles both rotate "on" counter=clockwise

Here's the solution from Delta:
On a two-handle kitchen or lavatory faucet, if the handles rotate in the wrong direction, simply rotate the right stem stop assembly 180 degrees. This will change the rotation of the handle to the other direction.

Jun 23, 2009 | Delta Faucet DELTA/PEERLESS FAUCET CO....

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How do I rotate the handlebar stem on gmc yukon xl road bike?

If the stem is installed backwards that means it is pointing at you when you are riding? To correct this you will need to remove the handlebars from the stem. This done by removing the two allen bolts front the front of the stem. Now loosen the two(may be only one) allen bolt heads on the side of the stem. Now rotate the stem. Reinstall the handlebars, front mounting plate and bolts (make sure the bolts are tight). Make sure the stem is straight and tighten the allen bolts on the side.
If the stem was installed incorrectly it may be a good idea to have the bike checked over by your local bike shop to insure nothing else is installed/adjusted incorrectly.

Hope this helps. If you need any other help you can contact me at [email protected] Thank you

Jun 13, 2009 | GMC Yukon XL Road Bike

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I am having trouble justifying the handle on a Hansgrohe Thermoballance III . I have reviewed the manual and find that the cartridge high temp limit stop is in the 3 o'clock position instead of the 6...

Try to remove the handle and rotate the stem inside the cartridge 180 degrees and reassemble. The cartridge should only fit in the valve body at a fixed position. If it won't turn don't force it as it may be necessary to remove the cartridge completely from the valve body before the stem will rotate to prevent damage to the ceramic. [Reminder] turn off water supply to valve first! and see if that will correct the problem.

Dec 07, 2008 | Plumbing

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