In a nut shell a Torx is an Allen Wrench with points also called a Star Drive. [http://s7.sears.com/is/image/Sears/00901382000?qlt=90,0&resMode=sharp&op_usm=0.9,0.5,0,0 Check Them Out] Hope This Helps.
she always torks to you ..... always wants to go and do things with you ... and has you as her 'bestfriend'
the Celts wore torques, they also wore amulets to keep away evil spirits and the wrath of the gods and they wore torks.
take the four screws of that hold on the lens cover and remove it. if you look inside there will be 3 torks screws. remove those. and that's it.
take your rear wheel and drum off on the back side of the dust shield there will be four torks bolts spray them good with pb blast and tap the torks bit with a hammer to make sure it is in the end of bolt ( so they don't strip) take them out and the rear axle will come out then just replace it and put you wheels drums and wheels on ......and no you don't have to take you brake shoes of though you may need to take a spring off......tuner1978
The 2004 Silverado HD uses a t-55 torx bit to remove the caliper. The torx can be found and most any auto parts.
Take the door panel apart remove the torks bolts at the bottom holding the window motor in. Take a drill and drill out the three rivet holes to remove the motor. You will then need to buy replacement bolts to reinstall unless they come with the motor. I had to do this yesterday and rebuilt the motor. (That will test the patients.) I cant seem to find where they sell them in my area.
The thermstat is in the housing at the motor end of the upper rad hose. Two bolts hold it on. The EGR is on top of the intake manifold near the throttle body. It has a vacuum hose and two bolts. If I remember correctly the bolt are inverted torks. Which require a special tool to remove. Use a pair of locking plyers to remove, then replace bolts with standard ones.
It is unknown the exact number of monkeys left in the world, as they are still discovering new species all the time. There are 264 different species of monkeys so far.
Take the oil filter off and remove the threaded piece that the oil filter screws onto with a #10 allen wrench, it will fit up inside of the center. Then with I believe a #40 torks remove the two bolts that holds the adapter to the block, once the adapter is removed, screw the center threaded piece that you first removed into the block and install a new oil filter. Then you can remove the oil lines from the radiator.
remove the transmission pan:slowly it males a mess.I would recomend buying a drain plug kit from a parts supplier before starting you can install it when pan is off.makes future maintenance much easier.filter is 6x6 plastic or fiber square on the valve body.two torks 20t? screws replace reseal and fill.should take about 5-6 quarts start with 4 run it through gears then chech the level.
The cast of The Best Years - 2010 includes: Conor Barr as Burger Van Vendor Leon Bearman as Jerome Jackson Ayden Callaghan as Frank McKnight Jason Gerard as George Best Richard Hawley as Detective Sergeant Torks Sarah Jane Honeywell as Crystal Slaine Kelly as Atlanta Earle Martin Kemp as Simon McKnight Anna Nightingale as Nadine McKnight Danny Ogle as Arthur Clock Kate Proffitt as Nicola Scott Newscast Enn Reitel as Father Jude Best
The cast of The Best Years - 2013 includes: Connor Barr as Burger Van Vendor Leon Bearman as Jerome Jackson Ayden Callaghan as Frank Mallone Penelope Driver as Club promotional model Jason Gerard as George Best Richard Hawley as Detective Sergeant Torks Sarah Jane Honeywell as Crystal Forest Joanna as Girl in Commercial Slaine Kelly as Atlanta Earle Martin Kemp as Simon McKnight Kate Korbel as Nightclub dancer Anna Nightingale as Nadine McKnight Danny Ogle as Arthur Clock Marc Pickering as Emmet Nelis Enn Reitel as Father Jude Best
The cast of Hey Mr DJ - 2003 includes: Abbie Balchin as Hyde Rachel Balchin as Jekyl Huw Bevan as Weeble Ian Blake as Detective Jones Romeo Dunn as Vince Graham Foote as Detective Sergeant Torks Jason Gerard as Vince Mikey Graham as Paddy Moore Emily Lloyd as Angela Natalie Loren as Holly Danny Ogle as Big Harry Danny Patrick as Rob The Knob Miles Petit as Oscar Robert Powell as Jerome Jackson Mike Reid as Don Cox Helena Roman as Jo Niaz Samadizadeh as Marty Becky Speed as Extra Tom Wisdom as Ryan Allistair Wyndham as Mack
remove the glove box at lower strap clips and 2 rear release hinge ,remove 2 covers on lower left passenger side carpet panals , . remove Pass side air duct at feet . In the very back left middle of firewall look up to your left with a flashlight. Remove plastic filter access door. Its the only cream colored plastic door back there.Its about 3 in wide and 8 in long One # 8 torks screw low on the door and a funny plastic blade at top that swings left to open. There will be a component box in the way of sliding out the filter.This small box is removable to allow the filter to be easily removed. Filters are 10 to 50 dollars. Bring vacuum with long narrow attachment for filter housing.
The cast of Malicious Intent - 2000 includes: Desmond Allen as Butkers Natasha Aslam as Saunders Sister Abbie Balchin as Agnes Rachel Balchin as Nelly Derek Beale as Report Ian Blake as Detective Jones James Carrol as Greg Shayne Clegg as Emmet Madeleine Collins as Sophie Graham Foote as Detective Sergeant Torks Stacey Fuge as Emma Joseph Gatt as Steve Jason Gerard as Dudley Nikki Gerard as Reporter Alicia Grace Turrell as Melanie Karl Howman as Dirk Saunders Neale Jenvey as Dave Nika McGuigan as Barmaid Barry McGuigan as Jimmy McCarthy Aoife Mulholland as PC Hannigan Danny Ogle as Charles Danny Patrick as Joe Ram Schwind as Dave Rachel Walker as Saunders Solicitor Kelly Williamson as Nicole Elliot Willson as Lodger
It is a simple take it off and bolt the new one on but on some you need special pullers etc, Disregard the above and follow these instruction which will also allow you the replace the wiper motor or wiper pulse module if that is why you need to replace. They are part of the same assembly. First disconnect the negative side of battery then look under the passenger side of wiper arm. You will see the motor end of the assembly. There is a arm attached by (2) #8mm bolts Remove one completely and the other back off enough to dislodge the arm. You will see 3 # 10mm bolts in a triangle configuration, remove them. You will have to slide the motor assembly to the left until it dislodges from the bracket. At this point unclip the electrical plug (black in color), you will now have the unit free to replace motor or pulse module. The pulse module is attached by 3 torks screws and can be lifted out after removal. I just replaced mine on 4/23/11. If i had this info earlier it would have saved me a lot of stress. Good luck.
There are three torks screws at the very bottom of the door panel. Remove them. Then pop the face off of the handle that you use to close the door. If you look at it you will see that there are two openings on the front side that you can insert a small scredriver into to get it started. Under the handle there are two Philips screws, remove them. Then you can just pull gently on the bottom of the panel and it will pop loose from the door. Lift it up and it will come loose. You need to support it because there are a lot of wires connected to it. The plugs in the window switches have a little catch that you need to squeeze to let them unplug. Once they are unpluged there is a plastic retained on the beezle that you squeez to pop the beezle out. The individual switches can be removed from the beezle if only one is bad. Be gentle the plastic is likely to be brittle. Just don't force anything. If it does not come apart or go to gether easy something is not lined up. Or you missed a screw. It can be a pain to get everything lined up so it goes back together. Just take you time and don't force it. If it does not go together easy something is not lined up correctly.
When I got my Riviera back in 2007 I thought that changing the belt was going to be easy like my wifes' Pontiac Firebird (2001) release tension and replace the belt right. NO the Riviera 3800 supercharger was difficult someone earlier tried to replace the belts and ruined the oil pan by jacking up the engine under the oil pan, this pan cannot hold the weight use a piece of wood with a v cut into it and jack the motor up on the vibration damper. I used a engine cherry picker and lifted the engine. Remove the passenger front wheel insert jack stands. There is a access panel behind the front passenger wheel the motor mount on the drivers side and with a torks I think a 52 a rather large one remove a large bolt and with a crowbar pry the old belt off this has to done to remove the belt and install the new one. Then replace the torx bolt and route the belt or belts use tensioneer. This was a real pain but can be done.
The oil pan is located at the bottomof the engine. It is held on by alot of bolts that all the way around it. It seams to go up on the engine and is a lot deaper than other oil pans I have seen. -A little more info: Hello. I just replaced the oil pan gasket on a 1991 735i. The oil pan is a front sump cast aluminum piece (as opposed to stamped steal as with most American cars.) This is probably where your confusion came in. The pan is held on by 32 bolts the majority of which are 10mm. they extend the full peremiter and are commplimented by 4 female torks running length wise joining where the bell housing and oil pan meet. To remove the oil pan all bolts must be removed. Then the engine must be lifted off of it's motor mounts. (to do this I jacked the engine and then placed a brace across 4X4 blocks placed on the fenders. to this the jacked up engine was chained. Your local BMW dealer has a cool tool to do this.) This alone won't give you enough room, so either the suspension cross member must be dropped (6 bolts total) or the oil pump removed (7bolts) I chose the latter. Overall your looking at about 4-8hrs. depending on your experience level and tools avalable. Also note that any BMW with the 3.5ltr inline 6cyl is prone to oil pan gasket failure, this is due mostly to the fact that the engine is tilted to the passenger side for hood clearance causing oil to sit on the passenger oil pan "seam" espically under load. Good Luck!
first thing is to go buy a shop manuel for the vehicle. they cost about 15 bucks. next thing is to rent borrow or buy the special socket needed to remove the axle locking nut. with out this socket there is no way to remove the nut with out wrecking it Remove the cap on the hub. Usually this requires a torks or Allen head. Now, your auto-lockouts could be different than mine. This is the way i removed mine: Once the hub cover is removed, there will be... basically a metal thing the size and shape of the hub cap you just removed. This is the auto locking mechanism itself. Use a small curved tool to remove the snap ring around the auto-lockout mechanism. Remove the mechanism remembering which way was up. Be sure NOT to rotate the mechanisms inside of it, it could mess with the alignment. The first thing you should remove is the C ring around the spindle. Then remove the washers. There should be 3. One plastic, one plastic with spindle groves, and a metal one. Replace them in the exact order when reassembling! Next pull out whats behind it. It should look like a bearing with teeth on the inside. Remember which way it went in. Behind that should be a thin C ring than keeps the axle nut from backing off. Remove that by pulling it straight back. Try not to bend it. Then use a axle nut socket to remove the nut. That should usually let the rotor slide off with the hub housing!When reassembling Be careful to replace all parts in the right direction. Good luck
Richard Hawley has: Played Tom Randall in "Rumpole of the Bailey" in 1978. Played Michael Fulton in "Bergerac" in 1981. Played John Fullen in "The Bill" in 1984. Played Ralph Pender in "The Bill" in 1984. Played Ronnie Newton in "The Bill" in 1984. Played Edward Brady in "The Bill" in 1984. Played Taxi Driver in "Screen One" in 1985. Played Terry Geraghty in "Casualty" in 1986. Played Leslie Brant in "Casualty" in 1986. Played Father Kevin Crowley in "Casualty" in 1986. Played Orderly in "Inspector Morse" in 1987. Played Constable John Robinson in "Shoot to Kill" in 1990. Performed in "Forgetting" in 1990. Played DC Richard Haskons in "Prime Suspect" in 1991. Played Policeman in "The Tell-Tale Heart" in 1991. Played Red in "Papierowe malzenstwo" in 1992. Played DS Richard Haskons in "Prime Suspect 2" in 1992. Played Mellis in "Harry" in 1993. Played DS Richard Haskons in "Prime Suspect 3" in 1993. Played Steve Fletcher in "Peak Practice" in 1993. Played Sexton in "Captives" in 1994. Played Dzhumber in "Grushko" in 1994. Played DI Richard Haskons in "Prime Suspect: The Lost Child" in 1995. Played Heath in "Dangerfield" in 1995. Played DI Richard Haskons in "Prime Suspect: Scent of Darkness" in 1995. Played Chris Lennox in "The Vet" in 1995. Played DI Richard Haskons in "Prime Suspect: Inner Circles" in 1995. Played Mark Wildgoose in "Dalziel and Pascoe" in 1996. Played Will Green in "Midsomer Murders" in 1997. Played Dave Matthews in "Family Affairs" in 1997. Played Dave Matthews (1998-2000, 2003-2005) in "Family Affairs" in 1997. Played Richard Mason in "Jane Eyre" in 1997. Played Tony Morecroft in "Where the Heart Is" in 1997. Played Anderson in "Space Island One" in 1998. Played English Teacher in "Get Real" in 1998. Played Chris Joyce in "Kid in the Corner" in 1999. Played Don Bosman in "Holby City" in 1999. Played himself in "The Weakest Link" in 2000. Played Alan Prentice in "Doctors" in 2000. Played Dave in "Perfect" in 2001. Played himself in "Today with Des and Mel" in 2002. Performed in "Cup and Lip" in 2002. Played Himself - Narrator in "Revealed" in 2002. Played Clayton in "The Hound of the Baskervilles" in 2002. Played Marcus York in "New Tricks" in 2003. Played Alex - Deputy Prime Minister in "Love Actually" in 2003. Played Joshua Home in "The Cross of Joshua Home" in 2005. Played William, Lord Hastings in "Richard III" in 2005. Played Peter Yardley in "Hotel Babylon" in 2006. Played Bobby Blade in "Flick" in 2008. Played NCO in "Downton Abbey" in 2010. Played Detective Sergeant Torks in "The Best Years" in 2010. Played Sidonus in "Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine" in 2011. Played Narrator in "Countdown To Collision" in 2012. Performed in "North Pole Ice Airport" in 2012. Played The Prepper in "ZombiU" in 2012. Played Detective Sergeant Torks in "The Best Years" in 2013. Played Richard Sutton in "Mayday" in 2013. Played Morris Cubitt in "Endeavour" in 2013. Played Robert Baudin in "The Musketeers" in 2014.
Answer The rear door latch is actuated both from the inside and outside door handles via a cable for each of the handles. The failure is in the individual cable assembly which clips into keepers at both the latch and respective door handles. The failure lies in the plastic retainer/clip that goes into metal retainers on the latch and the handles becomes brittle with time from deterioration from temperature variations. These cables should be replaced in pairs otherwise one will be taking the door apart again. While this is not impossible as a "do it yourself job" it is very difficult without a well illustrated manual to guide you as there are several door items which must be correctly removed to access the cables and the latch assembly which must be removed to attach the new cables. The repair begins with the door open (if possible) and removing the lower interior door panel which will provide access to four hex screws retaining the license plate holder/door handle assembly. (note: remove the license plate light lense from outside the vehicle before removing the assembly) Gently pull the license plate holder assembly outward and disconnect the rod to the lock and the electrical cable which has a connector (white) in the lower part of the door. If it has been impossible to open the door with either handle it will be necessary to release the latch by pushing on the release lever with a screw driver or other approprate tool. It is necessary to disconnect the rods to the electric door lock actuator if so equipped before removing the latch assembly. The latch assembly is held in place with three Torks type fasteners. Once the latch assembly is out install the new cables and re-assemble by reversing the removal procedures.