No but if there is still an EGR valve problem then its the EGR Valve switch located at the back of the motor. I replaced my EGR valve 2 times before I figured out it was the electrical switch, which had burnt up, for the egr valve. I havent had a problem with the EGR since then..
Need more background info. Cracked, or warped head. Gasket installed incorrectly.
You cannot adjust the clutch. It is hydraulic, with a master cylinder and slave cylinder in the transmission. Their are no adjustments. Make sure system has fluid and no leaks.
At the lowest point
It is impossible to determine the weight of the cylinder without knowing additional details. Such details include the material which the cylinder is made of, as well as any possible contents of the cylinder.
like a boss
With an indirect water heating system and cylinder, the water that circulates around the boiler, pipes and radiators is kept totally separate from the stored water in the cylinder that is used for bathing. From the outside the indirect cylinder looks identical to the direct cylinder save from two additional pipe connections on the side of the cylinder. Inside the cylinder a coil heat exchanger is installed, which allows hot water from the boiler to flow into the upper connection and leave at the lower connection to return to the boiler for re-heating. The hot water in the coil indirectly heats the water in the cylinder. A Direct Cylinder is heated by a source located within the cylinder - such as an electrical immersion heater. Because the Immersion Heater is heating the water 'directly' the cylinder is called a 'Direct Cylinder'. In a direct cylinder there are no other external heat sources.
18 ft in sequence,then additional 90 degrees,then additional 90 degrees,then additional 90 degress
No, not at the present time. The last 4 cylinder was installed in the Cadillac Cimarron, which was nothing more than a re-badged Cavalier.
Depends on the particular car that 4 cylinder is installed in. Suffice to say, a 4 cylinder is normally installed in a smaller car than say a V8. That being the fact, the 4 cylinder car will almost always get better mileage than the larger engine due the fact it is pulling less weight.
The hydraulic cylinder is also called a linear cylinder. The following website provdes additional information about hydraulic cylinders: www.hydraulicsupermarket.com/technical.html
The spark plug gap for a 1984 258 6 cylinder Jeep should be set at .033 inches. New spark plugs will be preset and should not need adjustments.
Cylinder is another word for barrel. Additional synonyms include drum and keg.