Should just pull-out Check for spring clip at end of cylinder
In a internal combustion engine, a cylinder ridge is an unworn area around the top of the cylinder wall. In that engine, the piston moves up and down in the cylinder, and the rings seal the piston in that cylinder. But the rings are spaced "down a bit" from the top of the piston. And when the pis...
If it just cranks and cranks and cranks then it's likely fuel pump. If it died and it won't turn over anymore, likely alternator.
With out the year this will be difficult at best. There should be a drain plug on the bottom or near the bottom (lowest point) The refill point will be on the side around 2/3 rd no more then 1/2 the way up the side. As to the fluid that will depend on the transmission you have. I suspect you have...
check the alignment of the axle and tires take it to a shop and see if they can see
Yes. It needs to spin so that oil can lubricate the top and bottom.
YES, IT WILL IT WILL FIT IN THERE PERFECTLY WITH NO PROBLEMS AT ALL! I HAVE BEEN CHANGING GEO ENGINES FOR 25 YEARS I HAVE PUT A 89 GEO TRACKER ENGINE INTO 91 GEO STORMS LOTS OF TIMES. WHEN CHANGING ENGINES ALWAYS CHECK YOUR MUFFLER BELTS AND MAKE SURE YOU HAVE PLENTY OF OIL, TRANSMISSION FLUID, B...
a flooded carburetor will spill fuel into the combustion chamber causing an improper fuel to air mixture. too much fuel in the combustion chamber will not completely burn. the unburned fuel will be pushed out of the exhaust.
It's overheated, probably. unless you have matches in there
Sure. Sometimes it's integral to the master cylinder. But some master cylinders have a separate brake fluid reservoir that is connected by either a fluid tube or fit into an "O" ring seal on the master cylinder. You need to find out what kind you have and what you'll need to replace it. If you ca...
have you tried any radiator flush kits? Try this , drain the radiator below the heater core lines and disconnect both line, take compressed air (air compressor) with a rag and a blower, stick in one end and release the pressure, watch out it will blow some junk at you. put back together and refill
Frozen strut?Your tire might have a bubble in it. Inspect all of your tires for slashes or bumps on the side wall.
I believe if you research the issue you will find that the Mercury Villager is actually a Nissan Quest and I doubt that the engine will fit the Ford Ranger. Good Luck!
if you were going 25 in reverse and slammed it into first like that, you more than likely broke the gear... it would probably be in your best interest to get a new transmission now since you've done some serious damage to your existing one, to which no amount of fluid is likely to fix
Could be the covering over the wiper motor.
To replace the Citroen C3 Headlight (bulb)Take the battery out if you need the space.Unhook the metal clip securing the water tight cover at the rear of the lamp unit.Remove the black plastic cover.Remove the electrical connectors form the lampThere is a metal spring clip securing the lamp which ...
Have the problem with the ABS repaired by a professional.
It would depend greatly as to where and why it is leaking.
I am going to assume this is a truck you're talking about. There may be ground metal in the rear causing the noise and interfering with the differential speed sensor. Drain the gear oil from the real. If the oil contains metal particles (sparklies) or is dark gray to black in color:Replace all be...
I average 25 mpg highway driving and 16-18 in town.
Worn or loose steering linkage or worm gear.
Thanks, J3h. The odd thing is, as you suggested, it was running fine prior to replacing the valve cover gaskets. I had to disconnect somewhere in the neighborhood of 10 different lines to free the harness to get the covers out and in. What really floored me is the fuel pump is the only thing that...
It should be on the passenger side under the dash or in the engine compartment on the same side. It will be in a housing that will have to be taken apart.
Could be the power steering pump.
If it is vibrating on the steering wheel, you may need an alignment. If it is vibrating at the tire area you may have a bent wheel or need to have your tires check, take it to any tire shop and they can test. I had the same problem and it was a bent wheel.
Take to a shop, there is about 25 or 30 blots to take out and not easy to get out
There is a sensor that shuts your engine down when it overheats you should check your coolant level, check the coolant fan, check your thermostat to see if it is open,check to see if your radiator is plugged or restricted, check radiator cap, check to see if any hoses are collapsed, and check sys...
if engine overheated when heater core blew, u may have damaged bearings in engine, or dropped a rod, or maybe water pump went out as well
Start with purchasing a factory shop manual for that vehicle.
Check the level of your power steering fluid. If it is full, or topping off does not help, you may have air in your lines and they need to be bled, but more than likely your power steering pump is bad and needs to be replaced.