Can the battery going dead in a '93' Lumina cause some sort of computer error where the damper doors on the air system fail to operate?
Start by disconnecting the negative battery cable at the battery. Remove the radiator. Remove the drive belts and crankshaft pulley. Remove the Vibration Damper (Harmonic Balancer) bolt. Use a puller and remove the Vibration Damper. Reverse these instructions to reassemble. (Tighten the Vibration Damper bolt to the correct torque)
If there is an extra winding called the "damper winding" in addition to the field winding. Then the synchronous motor will operate as a squirrel cage induction motor. Whats is a damper winding ? A damper winding is made up of copper bars which are placed in the slots in the pole faces of the rotor. These are short circuited with the help of end rings in a squirrel cage induction motor.
You'll need to pull the passenger front wheel, remove the wheel well cover. This will expose the damper pulley on the crankshaft. Remove damper pulley, remove plastic engine cover. Look inside you will see the sensor. Be sure if you replace it to install the new one exactly the same as the old one was.
Honda calls it a damper. If you want the front damper. Remove the brake hose clamps from the damper remove the damper pinch bolt (on the bottom). Remove the damper fork bolt. then remove the damper by removing the two 10 mm nuts on top. Do not try to Disassemble the Damper without a spring compressor.
Discuss how effective a car suspension damper would be if the oil in the damper was replaced by oil that was much more viscous?
Put front of car on stands or on lift. Remove wheels. Remove three or four (depending on model) strut/damper mount tower nuts (under hood). Remove strut/damper to spindle bolts. Remove damper/spring assembly and replace with new. You may replace it as a complete assembly or damper only. If you plan on replacing the damper only, you'll be required to remove spring from old damper and transplant it on to the new Cheers
A damper restricts the air flow. In a fireplace, the damper is closed to prevent air from going up the chimney, with a resulting loss of heat in the house, when the fire is not going. When a fire is to be started, the damper is opened to create a draft to vent the smoke. In a wood or coal burning stove, the damper is variable and can be used to regulate the draft. The…