take your rear wheel and drum off on the back side of the dust shield there will be four torks bolts spray them good with pb blast and tap the torks bit with a hammer to make sure it is in the end of bolt ( so they don't strip) take them out and the rear axle will come out then just replace it and put you wheels drums and wheels on ......and no you don't have to take you brake shoes of though you may need to take a spring off......tuner1978
In the computer.
The Oldsmobile Calais, also known as the Cutlass Calais, was produced by General Motors from 1985 to 1991. In 1987, the Quad 4 engine was developed and the 1988 Calais was fitted with it. All?æof the Quad 4 14 engine types of the 2.3 liter version are interchangeable on the 1988 Calais.
he oil filter is towards the front of the engine near the oil pan
You have to remove the intake manifold and be care full of the crank sensor
No. A tri-axle has one additional lift axle; a quad axle has two lift axles.
Will not bolt up and is not strong enough for the 3800.
In the computer.
a whole bunch
Need to know what quad drivers are...
Depends on the configuration (single axle, tandem axle, tri-axle, quad axle, tractor-trailer, etc) and what the state allows.
2.3L quad 4 is located under the exhaust manifold passenger side. To replace you have to remove the exhaust manifold.
That depends on what the configuration is.. is it a single axle, tandem, tri-axle, quad, centipede, etc.?
Need to know the specific model and configuration (e.g., single axle, tandem, tri-axle, quad axle, centipede) in order to answer this.
There's no such thing as a one axle truck. There has to be a minimum of two axles. "Single axle" if a term referring to a truck with only a single drive axle, and doesn't count the steer axle. Same with "tandem axle", "tri axle", "quad axle", and "quint axle".
code 13 relates to the oxygen (O2) sensor. the easiest DIY solution is to replace it with a NEW unit. most require a 7/8" socket with a 'slot' cut in its side to allow the sensor's lead wire to NOT be cut when reinstalling. the sensor is located in the main branch of the exhaust manifold.
I have a 2000 king quad 300 and you add the oil in rear axle theres a screw out plug
The spark plugs are located under the silver plate on top of the engine. There are 4 bolts on that plate to remove - 2 right above the "16V QUAD 4 DOHC" notation on that plate; and 2 more, slightly farther apart than the other 2 and closer to the driving compartment.
Look in front lower of engine behind radiator
A quad axle dump truck is a tandem axle dump truck, with additional lifting pusher and/or tag axles. The most common configuration is two steerable lift axles in front of the drive tandems, although some will have one pusher in front of the tandems, and a tag behind the tandems.
That's going to depend on the dump truck's configuration. It could be a single axle, tandem, tri-axle, quad axle, quint axle, centipede, frameless end dump, framed end dump, etc.
It is really non fo your consern
If it is a quad 4, the knock sensor is on the firewall side of the engine, at the transmission end of the engine, just below the exhaust manifold. It has a single lead and is about 2" in diameter and 1-1/2" high. Use a proper fitting socket or wrench to unscrew it.
Five, all told. The steer axle isn't included in the count, so a single axle with have two - a steer and a single drive axle, a tandem will have a steer axle and two drive axles, a tri-axle will be a tandem with an additional lift axle, a quad axle will have two additional lift axles, a quint will have three additional lift axles, and a centipede will have four additional lift axles. A superdump is usually a quint with an additional Strong Arm mounts to the top of the dump body which extends out to maximize the vehicle's wheelbase.