Buy a Haynes Repair Manual for your vehicle. It will explain just about everything.
yes you can rebuild a knocking motor. its best to rebuild it from block up and it may get pricy but its worth it
remove and take to a local electric motor shop they can rebuild most of them for a lot less than purchasing
Used between $500.00 and $1500.00. New usually runs about $2500.00 to $3500.00 depending on the motor being purchased. Most rebuild shops will rebuild your motor for less than you can purchase a new one for.
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If you have to ask this question. It is in you best interest to take it to a shop. I am in noway doggin on you. Its not a simple process to rebuild a motor. Or to correctly build a reliable motor.
With proper use and maintenance and repair I have seen 300,000 with no rebuild needed. In the f-350 ford the truck will not last this long
Take it to jasper they rebuild any motor.
The normal problems with the pull down motor is the plastic gear or housing on the bottom. The rebuild is simply swapping the parts and takes only a few minutes. eBay usually has several rebuild kits available with the proper gear and housing or replacement pull down motors.
No practical way to repair a broken motor mount. Replace it with a new one.
Use a Mechanic
A rebuilt motor if done right is just as good as a new motor.
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I assume you're speaking as if the motor is locked up. If that's the case, you'll either have to rebuild it or order a new motor.
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autozone.com has online manuals you can get that info from
most likely need to replace wiper motor. they usually have the intermitnant electronic card inside the motor housing and do not usually sell it separate. changing the whole motor box should solve your problem.
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Tha is not as much a repair as it is a rebuild job. The crankshaft is in the bottom of the engine and it's best to remove the engine for that kind of repair. Next then is buy a rebuilt or good used engine to put back in if you're going to keep it. Otherwise - go to the library and check out a motor manual and learn something about rebuilding engines.
Public libraries usually have repair manuals (Chilton or Haynes) available for checkout.