Replacing a CPS can be easy or hard. On the 2001 Gallant 2.4, it is located behind the timing belts. Removal of the main pulley, the covers and the belts is required. This isn't as hard as it sounds and is essentially the same as changing the timing belts. A manual (from Haynes) is helpful. Once the belts are gone, the crank shaft position sensor removal is trivial. Go look in the book and see if you're up to it.
The average cost to replace a 1995 Mitsubishi crankshaft is approximately $2000. The cost is dependent upon the mechanic shop's hourly rate.
Replacing the rear main seal on this engine requires complete crankshaft removal. It's a major job for the professional mechanic and should not be attempted by an amateur tinkerer.
This is a complicated procedure to do. You might need the help of a professional mechanic to do it.
My fiance is a mechanic he said its probably somewhere between the motor and transmission on the backside, or look up "all data software".
NO - see your mechanic .
I had the timing belt on a 2001 Subaru Legacy replaced. After getting the car back, it was misfiring, and eventually the engine shut down. Dealer diagnosed faulty crankshaft sensor. Anybody else have this experience?
go to a very good machanic. mechanic
I would recommend going to your local mechanic for this. Replacing a TCM requires a lot of knowledge. It would be best for your safety and other's to go to a professional.
Replacing airbags is recommended to be done by a professional to ensure its capabilities. To avoid further problems with the airbag, it is better to get it checked out by a specialized mechanic.
Dealer wanted $930.00 Local mechanic wanted $480.00. Quite the difference. Not sure what the dealer is doing to it that would make it cost so much.
There a number of qualifications that are needed to be a mechanic. Mechanical engineering is ideal for someone who wants to become a professional mechanic.
Replacing the lower ball joint on a Chrysler Sebring is not the easiest thing to do. The best option for replacing it is to seek out a chrysler dealership or go to a professional mechanic that knows the specific car model and have done this type of work before.
ask a mechanic sucka!
I have a 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer, and my mechanic said it should be replaced every 50,000 to 60,000 miles.
It's hard to prove fault in these cases but the timing belt change requires removing the crankshaft pulley. So the mechanic would have had to have at least seen its condition. More likely, he damaged the pulley in the process of replacing the timing belt. Maybe he used an impact wrench when he reinstalled it and the key wasn't aligned correctly?
To remove the intake manifold on a 2004 Mitsubishi endeavor, you should take it to a mechanic. An authorized dealer will also fix it for you.
To repair the horn on a Mitsubishi Lancer 2004 you should take your vehicle to the mechanic. You can also take it to the accredited dealer in the same.
Replacing the flywheel on a 1987 Ford Ranger 4x4 can be pretty complicated. The best best would most likely be to bring the vehicle to an accredited mechanic and enlist the help of a professional.
As far as I understand, replacing a fuel pump is a difficult job. I would not change it myself, I would take it to the auto body shop to have it done. The mechanic usually do a better job unless you are a professional.
80-100,000 a year
An underpaid professional, who spends years learning his craft.
About 2 yrs schooling
Yes, there's a special tool that is inserted into the crankshaft during this procedure. See http://www.etoolcart.com/browseproducts/Ford-Cam-Positioning-Crankshaft-TDC-Timing-Pin.HTML If he forgot to remove the tool before he started the engine, it will do damage to the crankshaft.
The cost of replacing the wheel bearings on a 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora is about $120. This depends on the hourly cost of the mechanic.