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How do u replace a hood release strap on a Mercedes c230
My buddy did the same thing. It was a ground strap from firewall/frame to the engine had broke when he lowered the engine to remove the top bolts. I have seen the ground strap go from frame to one of the bellhousing bolts. Check the wires at the coil too-they may of come off/loose when you lowered the engine or reached behind it.
Yes you need to at least replace the one that is broken and check out the other one and see that it might need to be replaced!
Remove the bolts on one end of the strap and the strap should pivot down from the hinged end. Use ample lubricant on both ends of the strap.
Well no easy way to say this.... Fuel filter is in the tank and the fuel pump and filter is one unit!! Messed up I know but that's where it is. Drop the tank by removing the strap bolts, pump goes in through the top of the tank. Good luck! Starting price for a pump is around $200
twist it. righty tighty, lefty loosey
Disconnect the filler pipe connection and loosen the two strap bolts that hold it up. Lower it on a jack enough to undo the wiring and fuel line connections, that's all there is to it.
It will take a 15mm socket to r&r them.
22 gallons. You can easily replace it with a 35 gallon gas tank but a third support strap is required with the larger tank. If you order a larger tank from a wrecking yard, be sure to tell them that you want the third strap too.
You should have You're normal ground from you're battery to the engine block a small secondary ground from you're battery to the radiator support. That one is about a 10 or 8 gage wire. You should also have a flat ground strap running from the back of the engine to the frame. The strap is sometimes through one of the bell housings bolts It is more out of the and less likely to get ripped off if it is fasten to the exhaust manifold bolts. Good luck!
Unbolt it and buy a new one
open the door, remove door trim and the torque screw holding the strap to body, and two nuts holding strap to door and remove door stop from inside door
Unplug sending unit wire. There are two straps holding up the tank.....one bolt in each strap. Remove the bolts. Remove any clamps and hoses running to the tank. Lower it out.
you start off by dipping the ball in blue you then put on the thin strap, then color it purple, take off the thin strap and replace it with the big strap then die it blue, take off the big strap and your done! 😄
The battery in an Alfa Romeo 147 it held in place by a strap. This strap is not adjustable and therefore it is critical to replace the battery with one that is exactly the same size.There is a great step-by-step article on how to replace the battery here:http://www.ambor.com/public/gtabattery/gtabattery.html
To replace a roller shutter strap by yourself first read the accompanying instructions that came with the new part. The instructions state that the shutter should be in the open position. The old shutter strap should be carefully removed from pulling from the top. The new shutter strap should then be placed in the same position where the old shutter strap was removed from.
It's inside your gas tank. The gas tank is on the left side of the vehicle. There is a strap that goes around it and bolts to the frame and a strap that goes around it and bolts to a crossmember. If you get under there and look you can see the hoses coming from the top of the tank. That's the fuel pump.
One end should be bolted. Remove the bolt or nut, replace the strap, reinstall the bolt or nut.
I just replaced the rear strap on my 94 ranger, 3.0 engine, extended cab 125" wheel base. Basically I removed the heat shield on the passenger side (4 bolts) - if there was a shield under the tank, it was missing on my truck. After the shield was out of the way, I supported the tank with a jack using a piece of wood to protect the tank. I then removed the bolts (2 - one on the heat shield side and one at the rear of the tank) for the rear strap and removed the bolt on the front strap (one - heat shield side). I was then able to push the tank over enough to remove the part of the rear strap hooked into the frame. I then hooked the new strap into the frame and put every thing back together. I used a wood wedge to hold the tank out of the way while I worked and although it was very tight, it wasn't too difficult. I don't believe the front strap can be replaced this way because it's much tighter between the tank and the frame. Hope this helps - Good luck.
Near the front driver side headlight is a cone looking black piece that reads "air cleaner". You should be able to just loosen the black metal strap wrapped around it and pull the two pieces apart (air cleaner cover and filter held on to oxygen sensor area). If not then loosen the 3 bolts that hold the "air cleaner" piece down and then loosen and remove the metal strap. It's a cone filter that you twist lightly to loosen. Remove and replace with a new one (or a performance filter) Put the black metal strap back on and if need the 3 bolts and all is done.
1 is in the tank. The other is right next to the tank, under the mounting strap bolt.
They are not made at a factory. They are handmade by master craftsman. They are made of zinc acid etched plates which are then coated in 24kt gold. The belt maker then hand tools a strap and bolts the plates to the leather strap. The final step is that another thin piece of leather is attached to the back of the belt to cover the bolts. The belts cost $1500-$10000
If Possible Get rid of your Clutch Fan and go Electric! But to answer the question, remove serpentine belt and use a strap wrench to stop clutch from spinning when you try to remove fan clutch nut from water pump!