I recommend you get a service manual; the one the dealer techs use not Chilton, etc.. Ebay usually have these for the specific year. If you are going to do any work on your car you will need the service manual. The head can be removed after you remove the intake and exhaust manifolds, valve cover,head bolts (the 16v engine requires some of the rocker arms be removed to get to the head bolts). The service manual will give a step by step procedure.
i read seven hours
Under the cylinder head. you have to take the head off to find it.
yes the 94 tracker hardtop will fit the 93 tracker, they are interchangeable from 1989 to 1998 you also can put a hardtop on a tracker that has a soft top(take soft top off first)
It depends on the type of motorcycle. Dirt bike, cruiser, sportbike? 2-stroke or 4-stroke? theres only one way to take off the cylinder head....you can take off the cylinder and the head together but it wou be much easier taking off the head first
take out the cylinder head bolts
Take it t a garage
On the drum there is 2 threaded holes. Take 2 bolts and thread them into the holes, until the cover comes off.
take your cylinder head off and change it.it is usually easyer to change the head
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No, you do not have to .....
A cylinder head isn't too hard to replace actually, just take off the hood and remove the smoke gasket and clean out the pipes, reach in and pull on the magic lever to open the Nether Portal, enter there and fight Satan to the death in a gory battle, succeed and God will take your cylinder head and replace it, simple!
Depends on how fast you are driving your tracker
take the old on off and put the new one on
4 to 6 hours
i have a 1994 geo tracker and i asked the guy at autozone about this. he said that there is a sensor that makes the light come one. you have to disengage the sensor to make it go off. take it up to autozone or any auto shop that does free work and have them do it. 1991 Geo Tracker 4x4, engine will turn, but will not start.
under cylinder #1 intake runner in the cylinder head apparantly is a PITA to get to might have to take the intake manifold off
Overheating will blow the head gasket and/or warp the cylinder head. In the worst scenario, the cylinder head probably cracked and allowing water to get into the piston(s) which is probably why the vehicle won't start. If you are going to do the work yourself, be sure and take the cylinder head to a machine shop and have it pressure tested for leaks and also have it resurfaced.
I can't remember which 4 cylinder came in that year, but both the 2.5L and the 2.4L engines take 4.5 qts. The 6 cylinder engines take 5qts, sometimes a little more.
blown piston rings or valves in the cylinder head not seating properly
Take off a cylinder head and measure the diameter of the bore.
If one is bad then both rear need replaced, you need to take the back brake shoes off and then take the brake line out of the wheel cylinder in the back of it and there are 2 bolts that hold the cylinder onto the backing plate, take the bolts out and then the cylinder will come off, just reverse the process to reinstall the new cylinder and be sure when you have everything back together to bleed the back wheel cylinders.
To do this you need to drain the coolant and oil and take the rocker box and cylinder head off the engine to get to the gasket. You then replace the old gasket with a new one (you may need to use gasket cement also) and replace all the bits you had to take off and tighten up the bolts (these have to be tightened in a specific order to a specific tension). You then need to add new oil and coolant. Note that a head gasket problem can pit the cylinder head surfaces and could be caused by a deformed cylinder head. If this is the case, then the parts will need to be sent off to be ground flat/resurfaced (this may change the engine volume) first.
Take it to a professional machine shop. They can also check for cracks and mill the head flat. It shouldn't cost too much.