Here are 3 options for you at this point: 1. Bring the head into an automotive machine shop for them to repair it; 2. Repair the stripped hole in the head with an insert 3. Buy a new head, rebuild the engine from the head gasket up.
You'll need to have an insert drilled and tapped into the head. To do it right, the head should be removed and taken to a machine shop.
You might try to use krol as this oil can creep into the smallest cracks to help loosen the spark plug. http://www.kanolabs.com/ The next problem will be the threads probably will be stripped. Use a Time-Sert insert to repair the stripped threads. http://www.timesert.com/html/sparkplug.html http://www.timesert.com Good luck!
Auto Part Stores sell oil plugs that are self-tapping. What you do is buy one that has a slightly greater pitch and re-tap the the drain hole with the new plug. Here is a good write-up on this: http://www.gadgetjq.com/stripped_oil_plug_thread.htm But it is always perfered to repair the thread back to its original size. Use a TIME-SERT to repair the stripped threads with a steel insert. http://www.timesert.com/html/drainplug.html ----------------------------------------------------------
If the sensor is stripped you will have to replace it. If the fitting or hole it threads into is stripped it is likely you can make oversize threads and use a fitting called a bushing to repair it. Mind you I got desperate one night and epoxied one in. Its still working but if I ever have to change it I am toast.
It isn't a bad job if you're handy with tools. They sell kits at most stores there are Helicoils and then solid inserts, all you do is tap the hole, out in the insert and then the spark plug. A tip to doing this, make sure the tap you get has vertical ridges for grease so the pieces are not falling in. Use a shop vac and vaccum out the debri from it as well. Another insert to consider is the TIME-SERT this is a solid thread bushing insert. http://www.timesert.com/html/sparkplug.html
You surely cannot expect to get an answer? Repair WHAT on the engine? What is wrong with it?You surely cannot expect to get an answer? Repair WHAT on the engine? What is wrong with it?
Many auto parts stores sell a helicoil thread insert kit that will replace the damaged or missing threads. The kit should include an installation tool that will reach down into where the spark plug was removed. The kit will have instructions on enlarging the stripped hole and creating new threads for the helicoil or steel insert. A new spark plug should thread directly into the new thread insert.
When the belt tensioner fails, you have to stop almost immediately or the engine will overheat and suffer serious damage or destruction. I am assuming that the bolt itself is not stripped; the receiving mounting hole in the engine is stripped. And I am pretty sure that the mounting area is aluminum. Therefore, it should be fairly easy to tap the hole for an over-sized bolt. Select a tap that is just larger than the stripped bolt. I would not recommend the JB weld since if it fails, you are stuck without warning. Best of luck!
Definitely not. It's a very cheap repair.
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BEG a mechanic to repair it for you. He will charge you by the hour to fix the problem.
In an item into which a bolt goes, the item can be repaired by using a helicoil insert, once the damaged thread has been prepared to a larger size using a helicoil tap. The insert has a matching larger outer diameter, and has an inner diameter to match the original thread size. Also an inserting tool is needed, so best to purchase a kit with all parts in. One company that makes the helicoil items is called Re-Coil.
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Engine mounts on a car are very difficult to repair and can cost thousands of dollars as the engine must be removed.
Ask the garage for a helicoil repair.
You put a sim card in it.
If the post has actually come out or is loose and wiggles there is generally nothing possible that can be done to repair it, the entire battery will need to be replaced.
Either a Haynes Repair Manual or a Chilton's Repair Guide
Repair the problem.
You'll get a repair or replacement if the product is damaged or defective
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