If you can get access to the nut and head that is half the battle. What I usually do is clamp a small visegrip onto the nut and apply as much tension outwardly as possible while using a rachet on the other side. If you also have a assistant there, have them force a small screwdriver into the gap you will create between the nut and spacer and pry on the nut. Once you get it started onto beter threads, it should come. I hope this helps you. Mark
No, their is a aprox 2" round spacer on the bottom of the mount you need to remove. Remove the whole screw and the spacer should just slip out. Be sure to have a bucket under the car to catch any antifreeze that may leak.
Loosen the bolts that are holding down the plastic intake manifold. The cam sensor is located on the right side front of the head as you are standing at the front of the car. Remove the bolt holding the old sensor and remove. Pull the red plastic piece out of the wiring connector, disconnect the plug. Replace with the new sensor and tighten all the bolts you loosened and replace the plug. Do not remove the paper that is on the end of the new sensor, it is a spacer and will be removed when the car is started.
There is one way that one can appropriately use a spacer when administering asthma medications. A spacer is used by attaching the spacer to the inhaler.
disconnect the battery. Remove the pump bolts, and the fuel lines. Carefully lift out the pump, the drive rod, and the spacer. Inspect the spacer and rod for wear. Install the new pump in the reverse order.
# Release hood latch and open hood. # Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable # Hoist and support vehicle on safety stands. # Remove nut holding B+ terminal to starter solenoid # Disconnect solenoid connector from starter. # Remove bolts holding starter to transaxle bellhousing # Remove starter from bellhousing # Separate starter spacer from transaxle bellhousing. == # Place starter spacer in position on transaxle bellhousing, flange toward flywheel. # Place starter in position on bellhousing. # Install bolts to hold starter to transaxle bellhousing. # Connect solenoid connector into starter. # Install nut to hold B+ terminal to starter solenoid. # Lower vehicle. # Connect battery negative cable. # Verify starter operation.
I had a spacer and all the dentist said was that meat could get stuck in it
With the handle end in the down position. Slide the spacer up. You'll hear a click. Then pull away the whole handle. (Note: The spacer is the whole plastic collar between the handle and the door card)
# Release hood latch and open hood. # Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. # Hoist and support vehicle on safety stands. # Remove nut holding B+ terminal to starter solenoid. # Disconnect solenoid connector from starter. # Remove bolts holding starter to transaxle bellhousing. # Remove starter from bellhousing. # Separate starter spacer from transaxle bellhousing. # Place starter spacer in position on transaxle bellhousing, flange toward flywheel. # Place starter in position on bellhousing. # Install bolts and ground wire to hold starter to transaxle bellhousing. # Connect solenoid connector into starter. # Install nut to hold B+ terminal to starter solenoid. # Lower vehicle. # Connect battery negative cable. # Verify starter operation.
remove wheel. if disk brake, knock studs out with a hammer. insert new studs from rear side of disk. use a spacer and wheel nut to pull stud thru disk until seated. then remove wheel nut and spacer. replace wheel if drum brakes you need to remove the brake drum, then proceed same as for disk brakes
You must remove the BOTTOM bolt from the engine mount on the front of the engine, not on the body. The engine will still be held in place. When you remove the belt the spacer will drop out allowing the belt to pass through. The tension is released as usual. Actually pretty easy once you know about the spacer.
Spacer Instead of a Lip RingIt is not recommended. You should wait for the piercing to heal then change it. If you are forced to wear a spacer wear it no more than 4 hours. Otherwise it might get infected. AnswerYour piercist cant put in a spacer because they cant sterilize plastic, and you shouldn't remove your piercing for atleast 3-4 weeks.
Adding the wedge spacer plate will enhance or increase the performance.
Spacer use - part oneSpacers (also called holding chambers) work with your metered dose inhaler (MDI) to deliver inhaled medication more easily and effectively, and can reduce side effects.Spacers hold the "puff" of medicine between you and the MDI, so that you can inhale it slowly and more completely. As a result, more of the medicine gets into your airways.Spacer use - part twoFirst, insert the MDI mouthpiece firmly into the oval opening at the end of the spacer.Spacer use - part threeHold your spacer and inhaler together and shake well, at least four or five times.Spacer use - part fourPlace the spacer in your mouth, and close your lips firmly around the mouthpiece.Spacer use - part fiveKeep your body straight and your eyes forward. Exhale.Spacer use - part sixSpray one puff of medicine into the spacer, and immediately begin to inhale slowly for three to five seconds, taking a full deep breath.Spacer use - part sevenRemove the spacer from your mouth. Hold your breath for as long as you can for up to 10 seconds. Breathe out slowly.If your doctor has instructed you to take more than one puff of medication, repeat this procedure.Reviewed ByReview Date: 05/01/2011David Zieve, MD, MHA, Medical Director, A.D.A.M., Inc., and Denis Hadjiliadis, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
DVA Die Spacer is a colored, paint-on material applied to dies that adds a desired dimension to the surface of the die to function as a "spacer." The extra thickness created by the Die Spacer results in additional space between the finished restoration and the natural tooth surface to accommodate the cement used for bonding the restoration.
you upgrade the bel to a high end bel and remove the clutch spacer I have a 2004 Polaris and it goes 67 mph but remember to upgrade the belt or you'll fry it in about 50-100 miles at so
A shim is a spacer that holds things apart. Many commercially available shims are designed for a specific purpose, such as for holding a starter motor the necessary distance from the engine block, and as such those shims are produced in varying thicknesses. As one might guess, a "shim plate" would be a flat spacer that covers a little larger area.
Your water pump is shot. Replace it before it comes off and ruins your radiator! I hope this helps you. Mark
I have a 98 Bonni and I found the only way to do it is to remove the R/F engine mount spacer..((between the AC compressor and the crankshaft pully))(you must turn your wheels to the right exposing a plastic weathersheild,behind the right wheel. By removing this shield you will see a shrouded 18mm nut. Remove the nut, then with a 8mm socket remove the bolt. There is a metal spacer between the motor mount and the engine block Tap[from the top) and the spacer will come off.)the belt will slide out thourgh that space. Put the new belt on accourding to the diagram given to you at the auto store. Then put everything back in reverse order. I hope this helps out..
I've done this before, and it is difficult. You have to remove 1 of the bottom motor mount bolts and remove the bolt and spacer. The belt actually goes through the mount. How Dumb is that. Good luck.
Remove the lower bolt on the engine mount housing, then remove the spacer. The belt will slip right through.
Use dental floss to put it back them in. Stretch the floss out and thread the spacer through it ,and slide spacer back in. DON'T PUSH THEM DOWN WITH A TOOTHPICK BECAUSE YOU CAN IRRITATE THE GUMS!
Yes, you can. TBI stands for Throttle Body Injection, and a spacer can be used provided you have the clearance for it.
4x100 to 4x114.3 is the size of hubcentric spacer that will fit a 1997 chevy malibu.
Disconect neg on battery, remove outer primary, remove jackshaft( keep parts in order when removing) remove rear tire, a motorcycle lift works good, disconect positive to starter, remove 2 1/4 inch allen bolts from starter, pull starter and catch spacer(notice direction of spacer it only goes back the way it came out.) Go to rear of swing arm pull starter from rear by the rubber fender guard. Replace in order the way it came out. It can be a pain but it's the only way I could replace mine.
At the top of the shoe the parking brake lever is attached to the shoe with a metal spacer and on the back of this spacer is a C clip you just have to pry the c clip off be careful you don't lose it . you will need it again to put on the new shoes . you also have to pull it out of the emergency cable