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Carefully. Place a jack under the tank and lower it after removing the bolts that hold it up in the frame. Once it is clear of the frame you can remove the filler neck and lower it to the ground. Remove the fuel pump/level indicator plate and siphon or pump the fuel into a fuel safe container,

Ford Cars &... | Answered 18 hours ago

Look at the Chilton guide for firing order under ignition system.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 18 hours ago

you need to check and see how much fluid is in the reservoir. I suspect it is low and this may be a sign that it is also overheating.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 18 hours ago

Have the filter in the transmission checked - they clog and then no fluid can move in the transmission, and the flow of the fluid is what makes gears shift.

GMC Cars &... | Answered 19 hours ago

Use or borrow a smartphone with the Google Translate App. Use the camera feature to look at the screen and translate from Japanese to English. Look for Settings and then Language.

2012 Honda CR-V | Answered 19 hours ago

The blower motor is the last thing that would fail most of the time.Jump 12 volts to it off the battery with 2 pieces of wire being a DC. motor it will spine in both directions depending on positive and negative hook up . Most of the time its a relay or a connection if the motor works on high its not the relay its the resistor board or the connection to it.

Ford Cars &... | Answered 20 hours ago

It possibly can be a bad or weak strut that is rubbing on the tire.

2005 Pontiac... | Answered 20 hours ago

I don't understand what your trying to do .If you are having problems with rod bearings on this engine scrap it torquing the bearing caps is not going to fix the problem ,

Ford Ranger Cars... | Answered 20 hours ago

I can think of no reason why you should have this trouble.

The drive shaft assembly is generally made up of an outer constant velocity joint, a shaft and an inner plunge type cv joint - your description doesn't make it completely clear what it is you replaced. Replacing the cv shaft suggests you could have replaced the shaft and outer joint, the outer joint or the complete assembly.

There are alternative types of joints that could be used - the Hardy Spicer type for instance, which must be "timed" with it's opposite number at the other end of the shaft in order to eliminate an output speed variation when transmitting torque at an angle, perhaps the problem you are experiencing.

That is the only idea that occurs to me apart from the possibility the abs system might have developed a fault...

2002 Mitsubishi... | Answered 20 hours ago

Passenger side inside cabin outside under kick panel needs to be removed to see it.You need to remove the panel.

Ford Aerostar... | Answered 20 hours ago

Check the Chilton guide for Ford Bantam or contact Ford for support.

Ford Bantam Cars... | Answered 21 hours ago

well if you uphill or downhill and your driveway you going to have to do the push-up or push it down to get the pressure released from the transmission that could be a problem

1996 Dodge... | Answered 21 hours ago

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