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Would be that the spark plug is defective, shorted electrode to ground if spark is jumping from ground to engine gap.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 days ago

First step ................................................... 23 Nm (17 lb-ft)
Second step .................................................. 43 Nm (32 lb-ft)
Third step (you need a torque angle gauge for this).... Tighten an additional 105°0a44517d-74ae-44a9-b9d8-d2a800fd8c42.gif

Ford Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago

Maybe,,, sounds more like an air leak.. at the head gasket, or the intake gasket... run a compression test on all cylinders... they SHOULD be the same.. .. +/- NO MORE than 10%.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 days ago

tray to grab the fobs with the long rod/stick or prongs. sometimes a little blue tac at the end of a hangar wire will do the trick.

Audi Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago

First.. how far apart did you tear down the pump?.. There are o-rings on/in the connections, the valve, the pump housing its self, the back pressure plate.. depends on where you are missing one.. or you have too many...??.. Talk to a professional that can look at your pump and tell you what you need!!

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 days ago

If you have new(proven good) batteries... and the wires are not broken internally..(use a multimeter to check continuity while they are unplugged).. the pad pins and wires are making good should work..if not.. may be time for a new one...

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 days ago

Not really.. they should be recessed a little.. the edge of the plug itself helps hold it in place.. 2-3 mm recess will be deep enough.. this also helps seal the area..

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 days ago

02 Denali, (1500, 2500, Tahoe, diesel?)...

NO..different part numbers..

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 days ago

Oh yes.. it can be fixed... take it to a Peugeot Professional!!

Peugeot Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago

One will be located at the top radiator hose/block/thermostat housing connection..

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 days ago

First - take it to a professional!!
I'm assuming this Kia has "fixed itself".. - broken down..
There are so many things that could be wrong... 1. Engine 2. Transmission . 3. Differential(s) 4. Tires
My money is on one of the first two...

Kia Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago

crank pulley... when the crank is rotating in the "running" direction: the first mark is timing at full advance.. the next one is advance at idle.. the next one is TDC.

Sorry - not sure about the fuel pump..

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 days ago

Your minivan may need a new ignition lock cylinder. Before going too far. Do you have more than one key? If the key/s don't work try spraying WD-40 or a similar penetrating oil into the key cylinder. Toyota uses Half Tumblers which can hang up when they get old or worn. This works most of the time and is worth trying. Be patient, this will take some time to work the fluid into the tumblers. After spraying into the cylinder take the ignition key and slide it in and out of the cylinder normal and listen for clicking. At first you may hear nothing. If that is the case then the tumblers are stuck. Continue to move the key in and out at normal speed 12 times and try to turn the key to RUN. If the key still doesn't work. Remove the key and spray more fluid. Like I said, Patients. You may need to repeat this procedure six or more times. At some point you should hear the tumbles clicking. Side note: Try no to go too crazy with the oil. If you put too much oil into lock cylinder it may leak out behind the dash and leak onto your carpet. Also when you remove the key it should be covered with a black oily film. This is normal and temporary. It is from years of use and is combination of old aluminum and metal dust. Place an old Tee shirt, towel or rags down onto the floor to protect the carpet and have a towel, napkin or rag available to wipe the key off as needed. Any questions please feel free to write back. Good luck.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago

12 volts = black is ground..
The unit is wired w/ground into the system.. Anywhere any electrical wire is attached to something metal/frame/firewall.etc.. is a ground.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 3 days ago

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