What are the torque specifications for the valve springs after replacing the oil seals?
Valve springs are not torqued they have no bolts on them at all, they are held in place by keepers that fit into the notches on the end of the valves.
Most likely one of the seals on the tranny is worn through age and the fluid is leaking from there. That being said, if you have, or anyone has, dropped the pan on the transmission to change the filter or something, the mounting screws on the bottom of the pan may not have the right torque specifications on them. These are usually pretty sensitive to the proper amount of torque. If not properly torqued, fluid…
My definition of rebuilding a cylinder head would include regrinding or replacing the valves, seats, guides, springs, locks, retainers, and seals. It should also include resurfacing the head gasket mating surface. These tasks require special equipment that is usually available at a quality auto parts store.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Should I have to have the seals replaced on the torque converter and the main seals replaced when there is little or no oil leak and the dipstick reads over full?
What does it mean when a Chevy Camaro transmission is rebuilt to Chevy Corvette specifications and how does that benefit you?
Does not make any sense. Sounds like a sales pitch to me. I had a Technician at the dealership do this for me on the side he said it has to do with changing a lot of the internals, springs, bands, clutches, steels, seals, gaskets etc. corvette parts are made with better performance material then camaros. I haven't had a problem since the "corvette spec" rebuild, been 4yrs. I recommend it.
if oil is getting into spark plugs, this indicates that either the valve stem seals need replacing,or the oil rings on pistons are worn and need replacing. if valve stem seals are the problem ,the vehicle will really be blowing a lot of exhaust smoke to the extent sometimes that it will look like a smoke screen behind you
When replacing the oil pump on a 97 Buick 3800 supercharged engine what gaskets and seals are needed?
Oil pan gasket and pump gasket. Be sure and clean the oil pan out throughly and clean the strainer. If you find the oil pan bolt holes are protruding inward, then with a small hammer, make sure to flatten then out to ensure a good seal. Tighten all bolts to OEM factory specifications, to avoid leaks.
The Torque Converter is part of the transmission, not part of the engine. The torque converter needs to come off with the transmission. You need to remove the starter to access the torque converter bolts/nuts and separate it from the flex plate. Besides loosing all of the fluid in the torque converter, you stand to damage converter seals and/or the pump if the converter isn't properly installed in the transmission.
Subaru camshaft seals Subaru cam seals are located back behind the sprockets and back timing covers.Knowledge of installing timing belts will also be needed for this procedure.Things to check for before replacing seals are the PVC system to make sure that there is not crankcase pressure developing causing the leakage.Additionally if the seals are only leaking in cool weather then the leak can often be greatly recuced with seal conditioner designed to slow rear main…
Pistons & Rings, bearings-rod/main/cam, gaskets/seals , timing chain, cam/lifters/springs, thermostat, water pump., Resizing connecting rods(would recommend just replacing), new rod bolt/screws if reusing old rods, Oil pump. (Recommend)Replacement/rebuilt distributor if equipped. Check/replace freeze out plugs if needed.
Just some sockets, a torque wrench, bearing grease & optional packer, needle nosed pliers, coat hanger, & something to spread the pads apart in the caliper. If you are replacing rotor or are resurfacing, use new bearings/seals. Basically you have a couple bolts on the caliper & the one for the rotor is a castle nut with cotter pin through it. The pads just clip on.
to do this ,( if i understand your question), the oil valve seals are located on each valve inside the valve springs. To get to them you must remove the head and use a spring compression tool to release the valve springs to get to them.They have to be replaced ,there is no " repair ".Yo can also pressurize each spark plug hole with compressed air to keep the valves up so you can replace…
Depends on which seal and which model vehicle, but it involves replacing the bad seal. Rear main seals usually aren't that difficult - though again, depending on the model, it may involve dropping the transmission. Front seals or crankshaft seals involve pulling the harmonic balancer (if you have one), pulling the timing cover (if you have one) pulling the old seal from around the crankshaft and tapping the new one into place.
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