how do I replace timming chain on my nissan np 300 ka 20 motor
umm if it was me i would just replace the motor that gasket is way to expensive to have replaced it costs like (10.00) so i would just replace the motor!!!!!
I have purchased a Chilton's manual, and it says that the motor has to be pulled in order for the oil pan gasket to be replaced. I am actually going to pick up an oil pan gasket for my 1997 Mountaineer 5.0l tomorrow. My husband will be doing most of the work, but the Chilton's manual says that the engine has to be completely removed from the vehicle. I have talked to a few other people who say you can just take off motor mounts and lift motor up about 4 inches, but I don't see how a person is going to be able to work around all the other parts. It would be a lot easier and less hassle really to just pull the motor to replace the oil pan gasket.
yes you can replace the head gasket. you can on all engines. you just gotta take the head off
You can change a head gasket if that is all that is wrong.
its about as bad as pulling the motor undo the mounts hoses wiring anything that will get to tight and raise motor up enough to remove the pan to replace gasket
if you have never done this before,i suggest you purchase a good manual for your car and follow the instructions.there is a long list of things that must be done in a certain order to remove/replace a head(s) and get it running again.
no it can be done in the van. best bet is to pick up a good manual and follow it word for word and you will be fine. you will have to tilt your motor forward to get to some of the bolts
To replace the thermostat on a 1988 535i, first locate the top radiator hose and remove the end connected to the motor. Take out the old thermostat and use gasket cleaner to remove the old gasket. Then replace the gasket and thermostat exactly as it was when it came out. Tighten up the radiator hose over the thermostat.
If the motor will start and idle- let it warm up then carefully remove the radiator cap while the motor idles, if you see small bubbles coming to the surface in the radiator it is a blown head gasket. Replace gasket promptly it can do damage to the motor.
To replace the blower motor 2005 Ford Focus, you have to see the attached instructions on the manual. A screwdriver will help you remove the screw.
you dont fix them you replace them. basically tear appart the top half of the motor pull the heads off and throw away the old one and replace with a metal gasket
2.4, 4 cylinder or 3.0 ,6 cylinder.
To replace the motor you start by removing the exhaust or you can undo the mount and lift out the motor. Consult owners manual for additional information.
Remove motor from bike. Take head off the motor replace gasket .If it has an over head cam make sure you put motor to top dead center. Then take out cam and tie chain up so it will no fall down. If it is liquid cooled make sure you drain it before you take the motor out.
instructions for changeing the head gasket on 93 BMW 325i m 50 motor, does the timing chain have to be romeved and what are the torque tolerences for the bolts.
the cost of the gasket and about four to six hours of work don't let repairman buy gasket as it cost more of his time the average person can do the job in a day (slow) with the MOTOR Manual it"s a little harder with a chilton's (cheapo) libraries normally have the "motor" book copier of five or so pages twenty dollar wrench set and save 65 $ per hour as you probably don't earn that much >
If the use of a professional to replace the water pump is out of the question, then one should use the manual to locate the correct part on their particular model of the motor. Once it is found, follow the instructions listed in the manual for replacing the part.
First, you should read the manual to find out how to replace it and what products can be used. If this does not help, contact the manufacturer.
you may have a crackd head or a cracked block
you will need to rebuild the whole motor. better off getting a used motor at a junkyard and replacing it like I did on my sentra.
yea it works good on a boat motor In my experience the only permanent repair for a blown head gasket is to replace it. These gasket sealers are only a temporary fix used in an emergency.
Drain oil. remove oil filter and replace with new. remove oil pan. Remove old gasket make sure the area at which the gasket seats are cleaned well and install new gasket with oil pan and fill the motor up with the appropriate type and amount of motor oil.
Thermostat. First, drain the radiator at least part way so the coolant level is below the thermostat housing. In most motors, it is where the top radiator hose connects to the motor. There is a dome over it with two or three bolts holding it down. Take the bolts out and gently pry the dome off. Some have a rubber gasket around the thermostat and will just lift off. If there is a paper gasket under the dome, clean it and the top of the motor of the old gasket, replace the thermostat and gasket using gasket sealer on both sides of the gasket. Put the dome back on and refill the radiator.
i just did it yesterday, u have to take the whole top end of the motor off(valve covers, coil packs, alternator, air box, plenum. ect) your best bet is the buy a Haynes repair manual