Villager engines are an interference engine.Simply put it means that if the belt breaks when the engine is running or if one changes the belt and installs it improperly then attempts to start it the pistons will come in contact with the valves.The next time a start is attempted the engine will not turn over. Another possibility may be that you are getting coolant into the cylinders from improper installation of the head gasket.Liquid in a cylinder can cause a condition called hydrostatic lock.As the piston cannot compress the liquid the motor will cease to turn over.
That is not EXACTLY accurate...when it was manufactured as a Nissan quest, that was true, it was an interference engine. When Ford motors contracted for it and it became a Mercury product, they demanded that it be a non-interference engine. I have lost the timing belt tensioner while driving and the head was fine. I would look for problems with the head installation itself as opposed to the timing belt having damaged the valves. Also, make sure that the belt was installed correctly, that the plugs are firing correctly, etc...
Villager engines are NOT interference engines, this is a myth. If you have installed a timing belt and the engine won't turn, either your timing is far off, or you had a serious mechanical fault before.
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There is no way to do this. There are child-proof locks on the sliding doors.
The tenants as if the locks are ok then why change them.....
That is just what happens. alot of cars have that. Once you go past 20 m/h they just lock.
It is legal to change the locks on any home that you own.
If you are living in a property owned by another business or person, no. You have to contact the property owner and have them change the locks (or provide you with the new locks so you can change them). If you are the property owner and there is a person renting you can only change the locks after you've notified the renter about the change in writing. If you have evicted the renter and they refuse to leave/turn in keys or there is no renter then you can change the locks at will.
No your spouse can not change the locks as you both are legally married.
yes mostly you can change locks on any doors
Yes, you can change the locks if you have a formal separation agreement and you have received the house temporarily. If you don't have control of the house, you cannot change the locks.
If you are the landlord, and the tenant has moved out and surrendered possession of the apartment, you are free to change the locks.
Cause the window motor is out
get the key silly
Same day. Don't waste time, change the locks.
If you own the property, you can legally change the locks whenever you want.
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A landlord could get in trouble with the husband for changing the locks, but that seems unlikely, especially with a letter from the wife asking that they be changed. There is also no reason why the wife cannot change the locks herself.
can a landlord change the locks on a commercial building without notice
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Yes And No.
Yes, either one can shane the locks if they have exclusive possession of the property and a separation agreement has been filed. If there isn't a legal precedent, you can't change the locks.
Just change them