Master Brake cylinder replaced and lines bled-how long?
Yes as long as you change both heads.
A cylinder? A cylinder is still a cylinder regardless of how long it is.
it depends on the car
It depends, but it could be the lifters. If you have hydrolic lifters, they will lose oil when they are not run and "collapse". It will take some running time for the lifters to refill with oil (not sure how long exactly - ten minutes?). If the sound goes away after a little while, it might have been the lifters.
i read seven hours
it is a long bronze cylinder-like item with a pull handle and buttons to change the noise
4 to 6 hours
Refer to (and understand) repair manual
the lifter rods are two different sizes. Three long and three about an inch shorter.Pull lifters all the way up and drop rods in and you can tell where they go.
on average 60,000 miles
depends on what engine the 4 cylinder should take a day if you have all the tooling
Just the long back hose to a big black box and there will be 4 push clips that pop off the top and there is your air filter
it should not take more than 30 min. it's a fairly simple change over.
An engine that has had long intervals between oil changes and lots of miles, can easily develop stuck hydraulic lifters. This can be a loud clicking/ticking noise at the top of the motor.Try this: Change the oil and subsitute one can of transmission fluid for engine oil then change it at 1000 miles or less . It make take a few changes but if it is a lifter ( most common problem) it should improve. I hope this helps you. Mark
The two are not causally related, however... sitting for a long time could result in both a dead battery and oil draining from the lifters.
Too little oil makes lifters noisy. Without enough oil the lifters can't pressurize enough to close the gaps in the valve train. Driving too long with the condition can make it permanent even after adding more oil.
I don't know what kind of lifter problem you are having.But I have had stuck lifters and lifters that would not pump up.This is the way I've fixed them before, some people laugh at this, but it worksOil is not a Hydraulic Fluid, Now Transmission fluid is.( some what )O That's right were working on HYDRAULIC lifters.Now change your oil and filter, Put 4 qts. of oil and the rest transmission fluidback in. If you can drive it, then drive it a lot. If not then just let it run for along time. I promise it will not hurt anything. It's an old trick and it works.Or aneven better thing to do if you are sceptical is to use LUCAS engine oil treatment use a full bottle(1L) every oil change an if it doesn't lift it then go back to the 1st awnser
Yes, all snakes have long, thin, cylinder - shaped bodies.
The volume in liters of a 100mm long by 50mm diameter cylinder is: 0.196 liters.
Not long at all should take no longer then 5 mins
yes it would as long as it kept its size
yes the valve can be replaced, but the head has to come off to do it. as long as there is no damage to the head ,you just need to do a valve grind to reseat the new valves,and not replace the head with a new one