Basically 1Litre=1KG. So 3Litre=3KG!
How do you remove handbrake cable from brake caliper 3litre signum right hand side
Serious internal engine damage will occur.
Having E-Mailed Honda Austrlia , and recieved their answer from their technical department I can say that a 1998 Honda Accord V6 3litre harmonic balancer retaining bolt is 16MM x 1.5MM Pitch. i hope this helps. John G W
In glass, cardboard or plastic, usually in container sizes ranging from 250ml to 3litre. Long-life milk can be available in small tetra cartons.
If you have a Auto zone near by if you will get the thermastate from them which is only about 8 dollars it takes 3 min. to change it they will drop it in for you. They did mine.
Do not think so. The engines are Vauxhall ones and the radiator most likely too. On the V6 the engine is the same as the 3litre Omega engine and the radiator is also likely to be a Vauxhall model.
If you have the VG30E model 3litre engine then:down to -15C (5F) needs 30% antifreeze mix. Down to -35C (-30F) needs 50% antifreeze mix. NB 4x2 model has a 10.7 l radiator while the 4x4 model has an 11.7 l radiator.
A little more information please ( what model year of Ford Taurus and is it the 3.0 litre " Vulcan " V6 engine or the 3.0 litre " Duratec " V6 engine ) or if you check the VECI ( Vehicle Emission Control Information ) sticker in the engine compartment that will show what the spark plugs are gapped at
cc ( cubic centimetre: cm3 ) = ml ( milli litre:10-3litre )Explanation:basics: 1000 litres = 1 m3now,1 cc = 1 (cm)3= 1 (10-2 m )3= 10-6 * m3= 10-6 * 1000 litres ( refer above basics )= 10-6 * 103 litres= 10-3 litres= milli litres ( ml )1 cc = 1 ml
3litre- step 1 59lbs, step 2 loosen one full turn, step 3 37lbs , step 4 68lbs 4litre- step 1 44lbs ,step 2 tighten manifold intake bolts to 36 then to 72 in-lbs. step 3 head bolts to 59 lbs . step 4 tighten intake bolts to 72 then to 132 in lbs. step 5 tighten head bolts another 80 to 85 degrees.
No it has only one speed. I suggest you do a complete cooling system maintenance. Drain the coolant and flush the system. Replace the thermostat, and clean the front of the radiator and remove all bugs and debris. Install a 50/50 mixture of the proper coolant and distilled water. Bleed all air from the system. Do not allow this engine to overheat or you will have serious trouble.
Hi, Perhaps I can answer part of the Question with the 3Litre V6(front cylinders only) Remove the plastic engine cover by undoing the 3 securing nuts, this will expose the spark plug leads and extension caps, disconnect the spark plug lead by pressing the small plastic plate where the lead enters and slide it out,undo the small cap retaining bolt and remove the lead extension. The plug is located at the bottom of the hole Gently remove using correct socket and extension bar and replace as neccessary. I cannot help with the rear cylinder plugs looks like the intake manifild would have to be removed to get to them Lew Probably that's true. My wife just had the plugs changed at a Roseville, Calif. Mazda dealer (was suggested as part of 100Kmi servicing) and was surprised that the bill for plug change only was $451 (on March 24, 2009). Was $6 per plug, $6 per gasket, and $378 for the labor. Must be a heck of a job!!!! Sam I just completed replacing the plugs and boots in a 2004 Tribute 3.0. I removed the intake cover - actually pretty easy. the challenge is in determining what else needs to be loosened / disconnected. I disconnected two wiring blocks on the back left, 3 hoses on the back, 2 black screws on component on the back right, 2 silver screws on a component on the back right and another hose on the right. At that point, I could move the intake so that I could access the back 3 plugs and boots. You will need a couple of socket extensions - I used a 6 and 10 in. This was the first time working on the truck and it took me 2 hours. It is doable with some patience and the right tools. btw - you should use anti-sieze on the plugs and dialectric grease on the boots. Good Luck. Rick