How do you move a 3.1 liter engine towards the driver side so the bottom motor mount will fit into its molded pouch?
What are possible causes why coolant drips from the bottom of the oil pan when the engine is running?
There is a plastic cooling system housing on the passenger side top of the engine. There are three hoses (radiator hose, heater hose and overflow reservoir hose. All different sizes.) connected to this housing and an electrical connection. This part is molded in two separate pieces then heat welded together. Because of the way it is designed it is practically guaranteed to fail. It is common for this part to develop a slight seepage between…
On the 2.0turbo, it is under the engine cover. Remove the three torx bolts and the plastic will come off. Look to the right of the engine towards the front of the car and you will see a large plastic circle with a nut molded in it. The filter is inside that. See the video for more info at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8vhH10bYM4 Matt
I originally thought it was a sensor, but after CARFEFUL examination I saw a molded u-shaped vacum hose that had dried out and split on the back side. This solved my problem. when looking at the engine the u-shaped molded vacum line is near the right rear of the engine compartment. I truly hope this helps someone, it was driving me crazy.
Some engines have coolant passages molded into the intake which is mounted high on the engine. Some engines have the thermstat housing positioned high on the engine. These are two potential origins of the leak. Dry the liquid off the engine and run the engine while looking for the source of the leak.
There is no difference. The only difference there MIGHT be is the bottom of the cleat. You can have METAL or MOLDED cleats. There are softball cleats that are metal but the majority of the time the baseball cleats TEND TO BE metal and softball cleats TEND TO BE molded. BUT, metal cleats are allowed in softball, made for softball, AND VISE VERSA. SO IT REALLY WOULDN'T MATTER WHAT CLEATS YOU BOUGHT.