You have to go to your local dealer.The parts dept has a repair kit for just this situation.It contains various replacement lines and clamps.
Rusted connectors on a vehicle's battery could be the cause of a car that won't start. The process for cleaning these connectors can be detailed in full on wikiHow.
The Fuel Filter is under the car behind the driver, in the rear of the car. It is not that hard to replace. Before you attempt to do it yourself, make sure that the line that connects to the fron of the filter (the one with the nut on it) is not severly rusted. If you break that line you have to replace it.
If it is "rusted out" you do not repair it, You do replace it with XHCI
you only replace them if they are damaged or rusted out
there rusted...there bent....there old...you need to replace them
It would be best to replace them with new ones.
Yes, it's possible to replace bbq grill plates on a rusted grill. I think ,if you think quite a few parts that need replacing, its better not to just replace the bbq grill grates. Replace everything. Safety first, right? www.grillgrate.com sells bbq grill grates.
You can cut a new piece of metal to size, with the appropriately-sized hole for the skimmer, and replace the rusted metal with the new piece.
Where's the leak? Wheel cylinder, repair or replace, rusted line, replace, master cylinder, repair or replace.
The fuel filter on a 1988 Ford Festiva is located on the drivers side lower fire wall. The bracket is typically to rusted that you may wish to consider relocating the filter, or just putting in an aftermarket in-line filter.
Depending on the amount of rust you can bondo the holes. You will ned to cut the rusted parts. If the area is large then fiberglass will make a better and more durable repair than bondo.
The engine has to be removed.
possible head gasket leaking, cracked head or freeze plug rusted out.
The fuel filter is located on the passenger side in between the rear and front tires on the frame. Simply remove the current one (two wrenches) and insert the new one ensuring it is in the same direction. 10 minute job unless the old one is rusted in, then a 14 minute job.
your fuel filter is rusted an have pinhole when fuelpump running it presure fuel filter and fuel leak thru pin´hole to eart.
The rusted nail will have a greater mass than the same nail before it was rusted.
No. A homeowners insurance policy does not ever ever cover maintenance of your home. A rusted chimney cap is definitely a maintenance issue. I have had to replace one in the last few years.
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You have exhaust leak where the pipe rusted through and this makes the loud noise. You can go to a parts store and get a exhaust repair kit to fix the hole. This is only a temporary fix and might not be enough to fix the repair. Otherwise, you have to go to a muffler shop so they can replace the rusted section.
Cut out the rusted part and well into the non-rusted portion of the line. Put in a double flare on the ends you just cut. Replace the removed section with a new section of line that is factory coated with a special paint. Connect the replacement with brass connectors. All the parts are at any good auto parts store.Note, this is NOT a regular flare, like on water lines. It takes a flaring tool that is made specifically for double flairs like you have on brake lines. That tool kit contains several inserts that go inside the line at one point in the process. If you don't understand that, don't do the job, it is too important.
NO! A rusted nail is a chemical change
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on the 1999, and i would imagine on most Tauruses 96-99, the fuel filter is located underneath the car... rear door passenger side. It is a round, metal cylinder with a stem on each side. If current filter is rusted on, or tight...use PB blast, or other lubricant to help free it up. It's just a matter of removing a hose from each stem, and replace with new filter, and use retaining clips provided with new filter. Basically put it back same way you removed old one. And have a bucket with you for run-off, or spilling. Just make sure you replace exactly how it comes off, paying mind to direction of fuel flow.