Certainly. Amateur brain surgery is also a possibility, but success is not guaranteed in either operation.
Yes, i just changed the oil lines on my 1996 4x4 blazer, well, with the help of a more expierenced person. but it is a hassle once you try to insert the new lines into the back socket above/next to the front left tire -____-"" and as for pulling out the old ones, i suggest cutting off the aluminum valve heads or whatever they are, as they get stuck in all the mesh and will cause u a great deal of stress & energy, trust me ;] enjoy~
DEFINITELY ANYBODY CAN DO IT WITHOUT CUTTING ANYTHING ALL YOU NEED IS A3 FOOT EXTENSION A SWIVEL AND A 13 MM SOCKET IT SHOULD TAKE AT THE MOST 20 MINUTES BUT MAYBE A LITTLE LONGER IF YOU HAVE NEVER DONE IT.
The brake lines can be replaced by removing all of the retaining clips. The brake lines will need to be disconnected on both ends. Reverse the process to install the new brake lines.
It is probably the oil cooler lines.
should be unless it was removed and lines plugged off (not a good idea)
the lines are call oil cooler lines
on the top of the transmission its on the transfer case with 3 vacuum lines coming out of it.
It's lean. Best to check the carb and all vacuum lines for leaks and blockage.
Brake lines on a 2001 Chevy Tracker cost between $200 and $400. Labor to install the lines typically runs from $150 to $300.
Find the part that needs to be replaced and do what u need to do to get it off if then put the new part on :)
There is no Air Compressor on a 1988 Chevy S-10 Blazer. I'm sure they meant the A/C compressor. And if you're not licensed to handle refrigerant you should take it to a mechanic that is since the lines will have to be disconnected to remove the old one and install a new one. Not to mention putting it under vacuum and recharging the system. The compressor is about $150 at Auto Zone, but removal and replacement rates vary.
at a salvage yard & some auto parts stores ----- if you omly have a hole you can get a splice kit at auto zone
fuel problem. make sure you have gas of course, check out your fuel pump, injectors, fuel lines etc.
Depending on the year, the blazers fuel filter is most likely on the frame. While covering the connection with a rag, loosen the fuel lines from the filter. Remove the filter and replace, then reconnect the lines.
Turn them so the hole lines up with the holes in the block.
Master cylinder brake lines are the most common brake lines on a the Chevy Malibu.
Look under the hood there are two lines leading to the air conditioner compressor the larger of the two is always the low pressure line this is where you should install 134 freon.
You will have to put it somewhere warm.
The 4wd in the 1999 Chevy blazer is electronic, you just have to push the button. If you have pushed the button and it doesn't engage, it might be a vacuum line. The lines are made of rubber and over time they melt. It costs about $25 for a new metal line. Also, the 4wd is under the battery. If you take the battery out, you might notice that a line got disconnected accidentally.
I need a lay out of all the vacuum lines for a 1991 Chevy van.
Eircom install PSTN lines. UPC install VoIP over cable. Digiweb install VoIP over their Metro wireless service.
Sounds like you lost the vacuum supply to the controls. Check under the hood near the master cylinder area for cracked or disconnected vacuum lines.
find the fuel filter under the driver side near the frame disconnect both fuel lines remove filter from bracket place new fitler in place same way old one was in then reconnect fuel lines
The water lines on the 95 Chevy Caprice include the lines that lead from the window washer fluid to the windshield. There are also water lines that lead to the water pump on the Caprice.
I had a similar problem with my 95 Blazer. The problem I had was with the spider unit or the fuel injection unit. This went bad on me along with the fuel lines going to it. While I was driveing one day it just died. If you have gas in the oil this could be your problem.
My blazer is a 4.3Tbi; the fuel filter is in the frame rail on drivers side. about half way point of truck. climb under truck look up into frame U cant miss the round shiny thing. You will need 2 wrenches as not to harm fuel lines,