Hire a machanic......not a job for doit yourselfer......it will just cause you pain trying to do it yourself
Replace the gasket, make sure the cover isn't dented from people just trying to tighten it down to stop the leak.
Like any seal or gasket, when you have a tramendious amount of presure that is constantly trying to escape, over time that seal or gasket, locking in the presure, will get old and start to allow leaks. This is from the constant fluctuation in temperature. Once a small leak occurs it will only get worse until you replace it
I'm really not trying to be annoying but i don't know. I just hit the random question button and now i am sort of answering the question.
if you cant figure it out you shouldn't be trying to replace it
The rod bearings are between the connecting rod and the crankshaft.
Im trying to figure out how to replace my heater modual in my 2006 gmc, I have the part just need a diagram of where exactly it is located in my truck.
not trying to sound smart, but it's under the car just before the muffler on the exhaust system.
in the exhaust system
Your oil is (most likely) not leaking into your exhaust but rather through the head gasket into the cylinder(s). You have to machine your head and replace the gasket. (I don't recommend trying this on your own if it's your first time) I'm assuming of course that you have BLUE smoke coming out of your tail pipe.... if not clarify...
Not to be condescending, but if you're asking this question on Wikianswers, then you're probably in way over your head trying to do this. You haven't specified how in-depth you want to get, either. Are you just trying to replace a component, are you trying to replace the whole electrical system, are you trying to replace the whole system under the hood, trying to replace both, are you trying to repair something which may not require the entire system to be replaced, etc? There's a whole lot more to it than simply a couple bolts and washers here and there. I'd recommend you seek a professional for this.
Which speakers are you trying to replace? Front or rear?
Depends on make and model trying to replace a flasher relay in a 300zx 1989 model...But can't find out where the bloody thing goes?...Please help
It's not even worth trying. The pressure in the cylinders during compression will blow away any gasket sealant. The ONLY way is to remove the head, have it resurfaced then put it back together. NO IT WON'T only thing that will help is a new gasket set ( I KNOW DAMET )
What relay are you trying to replace? (what does it operate?) horn
trying to replace crank position sensor but i have no ideal where to look it is 1993 infinity G20 could you help me find this sensor
no. depending on how long the car was driven with a blown head gasket some serious metal on metal warping could have occured if are trying to buy a used car for cheap that had a blown head gasket i wouldn't recommend however if its your car that has the blown gasket take it to the shop very easy to fix
The oriface is located in the tube that goes from the condenser to the accumulator right at the condenser where the hose connects Is there a place to find a diagram? I'm trying to figure out how to also replace mine. The more info the better
Replace the complete halfshaft assembly, it is much easier than trying to replace the cv joint itself.
I'm trying to figure that out to but so far it seems to involve pulling the rear axle
This part was updated, and a new relay from parts store will not look like the one you are trying to replace. Ours was a yellow box located up under the steering column. So if you bought one and can't find the part which looks like what you are trying to replace, look for a yellow box in the 97 Explorer, and apparently it is a blue box in the Ford Ranger. This replacement relay will work the flashers AND turn signals.
Cloning is trying to replace something if it died. For example scientists are trying to figure out how to clone children. They think that when a baby dies they can clone it and replace it. But it doesn't work that way.
if your trying to fix the oil leak the oil pan gasket isn't going to do it our 3800 has leaked oil since is was new dealer put a new pan gasket in it about 4 times the pan gets warped and leaks again with in a few weeks