Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
How many bolts and where r they located
Posted by Anonymous on
You lost them.?
in the HVAC casings.
ATC version or manual, ?
here , you can count as good as me.
amazing no, JEEP docs online are.... the best..
Posted on Mar 09, 2017
SOURCE: have a 1979 cj7 cant
are you sure you have an amc 360 and not a 304 and also are you sure the flywheel came from an amc 360 and not a chevy 350? A 350 will bolt directly in place of the 360. You might also try a 350 flywheel.
Posted on May 10, 2009
SOURCE: have a 1979 cj7 cant
You don't have the right flywheel. All 72-91 AMC V-8 flywheels will bolt up. Note that AMC V-8s are balanced by a weight on the flywheel, so you MUST have a flywheel for the engine size you have or it will eat up the bearings. Kennedy American has flywheels, buy the one you need.
Posted on Jan 07, 2015
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Jan 20, 2011 | 1993 Dodge Shadow
Replacing the heater core in a Pontiac Sunfire is a very difficult and complex process. The heater core is kept within the car's heating/air conditioning module behind the instrument panel. So many other parts have to be drained and removed from the car
to reach the heating/air conditioning unit that you may be better off
leaving this to a professional mechanic--especially one licensed to work
on air conditioning units.
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Dec 11, 2010 | 2005 Pontiac Sunfire
Simply follow the steps
Disconnect the battery's negative cable and set it aside where it can't accidentally snap back onto the terminal.
Remove the car's accessory drive belt. Disconnect the belt shield by removing its two 10-mm bolts, push up on the tensioner by hand, pull the belt off the air conditioner or water pump pulley and remove the rest of the belt. Take note of how the belt loops around each pulley.
Open the cover containing the alternator's electrical connectors and disconnect them. Remove the bolt on the coolant expansion tank then detach the tank from its clip and secure it away. Detach the power steering reservoir, engine wiring loom bracket, ground cable and evaporative emission canister purge valve.
Unscrew and remove the alternator's first bolt on its right side. Unscrew the second bolt on the left and disengage it fully from the bracket; it cannot be removed from the alternator. Remove the alternator from the engine.
Install the new alternator, placing the built-in bolt within the bracket and tightening it first. Insert and tighten the second bolt.
Replace all other objects set aside in the reverse order they were detached. (evaporative emission canister purge valve, ground cable, engine wiring loom bracket, power steering reservoir and coolant expansion tank). Plug in the electrical connectors and replace the cover over them.
Replace the accessory drive belt. Loop it over all the pulleys except the one on the air conditioner. Retract the tensioner upwards as you did before to fit the belt on the A/C pulley.
Reconnect the battery cable.
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