The frame under that car is a unibody. So you might be able to fine replacement sections that simply bolt on to the rest of the car. The "frames" that holds engine, suspension, and so on are either subframes or torque boxes. I know that in the 2.0 turbo the front subframe is in sections and the engine and granny are the cross-member. You might get lucky with finding a good used subframe out of a junk yard. And its probably going to be a do it yourself type of job because do to certain liabilities some shops won't do structural rapairs of any kind. I'm having similar troubles with my 89 Sunbird gt with the 2.0 turbo.
the part with the spring goes towards the motor,
Near the top of the belt there is a belt tensioner; it has a pulley attached to it. It is spring loaded and there is a provision to attach a breaker bar to force back the spring; once you do, it is easy to remove the serpentine belt.
If this is the (S.O.C) single overhead cam, there is no adjustments. The cam is worn, or there is a stuck valve, or broken valve spring. Hope this helps, GOOD LUCK!
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There are two horns. They are both located right behind the front bumper in front of the radiator. If neither of your horns are working it maybe your clock spring, but that is another answer entirely.
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Follow the upper rad hose from the rad to the engine and at the engine there is a thermostat housing. When replacing the thermostat, make sure the spring goes toward the engine. The thermostat is located under the rad. cap from the top rad hose..
It could also be a broken sway bar link. About $35 to fix and is easily completed with hand tools. Incorrect size tire/wheel, broken strut, or weak or broken spring.
change front coil spring on 2000 Pontiac grand am
THE FUEL LINE GOES INTO THE FRONT OF CARB UNSCREW THE NUT AND PULL OUT THE OTHER NUT UNSCREWS ALSO BEHIND THAT THERES A SPRING AND THE FILTER
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You can't. The springs around them need to be removed with a spring compressor and put back on the new struts with the spring compressor if the springs are still good. These springs are under very high tension and if you try to do it yourself you'll get a strut right through your skull! The rear shocks are easy, but for struts, take it to a professional, then it will be aligned properly too.
You will need to compress the 2002 Pontiac Grand Am strut spring with a spring compressor. Remove the top and bottom strut retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new strut.
Spring faces down toward engine.
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if you had the problem i had it wasnt the lock cylinderr but the ignition itself, replace your ignition and you may find that is it. I found that when i unbolted the steering wheel and dropped it down i could get a set of needle nose pliers in and push on the rod which unlocked the ignition. i rebolted the steering got a steering wheeel puller, you need one so you dont kill yourself. theres a spring behind the lock pin . so be careful take your time and good luck,,,,later
The clock spring is located inside the steering wheel behind the airbag.
Spring goes down toward engine.
Look where the fuel line goes into the carb, take the fuel line out of the carb and then the big nut where the fuel line came out of you want to take loose and the filter is behind that nut, watch carefully how it comes out as there is a spring in there.
A ballista is a giant bow. Bows are a form of spring.
When you cock the rifle it compresses the gas behind a piston just like a spring. Basically it replaces the spring.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix. Remove the spring from the brake shoe. Remove the brake shoes. Reverse the process to install the new brakes.