the fuel pump or the fuel filter
The impeller is either clogged with something, your filter is clogged or your pump motor has a defect. The pump is working very hard so it heats up. You said you vacuumed? My bet is on the clogged filter! Well, the filter, the large tank, would never have aburnt smell. Ya gotta be talkin' about the pump motor. Turn off the motor, get down and sniff towards the back side of the motor being careful not to put your hand on the motor as it may be hot to the touch. If the motor smells like burning wires then the motor may be getting ready to crash. How old is the motor? Did you empty the pump basket after vacuuming? A dirty filter usually will not cause the motor to burn.
i would like to know which direction the arrow on the fuel filter is to be facing towards the motor or fuel tank
Check the fuel pump relay.
That would be the oil sending unit.
if you have fuel to the filter but not beyond then obviously something is wrong with the filter. either it is clogged, which case its simply a matter of replacing it, or you have your filter installed in the wrong direction...yes there is a correct flow direction. there should be and arrow which would indicate the low direction. in any event the arrow should point toward the motor.
Fuel pressure regulator.
the oil filter is located behind a plate on the lower right hand side of the motor. It is where you right foot would be if you were on it, it has three bolts.
its because your transmission fluid and filter need to be changed. I would do motor oil and filter. and air filter too! coolant. power steeriing fluid. do it all. its not that fast, but if you do, there will be a tremendous difference
we would have to get info the old fashioned way. by gettin info from other ppl
The easiest way would be to convert the AC power to DC by using a rectifier diode and a filter capacitor. In that way you can now run your DC motor on DC.
he thought it would be a better chance to gettin to his destination!
gettin the gas in
sitting on it, it would be under the cover with three bolts on it on the bottom right side of the motor
Dirty fuel filter.
A plugged cabin air filter could cause poor air circulation coming out of the ac vents but you would still hear the blower motor running.
Nothing terrible will happen but the old oil in the filter will mix with the new. I would recommend you change the oil and oil filter again. This will insure that you will have clean oil throughout the motor.
No, it doesn't. If it were that bad no body would be getting it done.
It really depends on the type of filter and pump arrangement you have. Generally, a hose would connect from the skimmer of the pool ( the round box on the pool wall - most pools) to the suction side of the pump (the virtical part with the basket inside)(the one with the motor attached); then, from the outlet or discharge side (usually just above the motor) to the filter inlet. From the filter outlet back to the pool return wall fitting or eyeball. k
Have someone drain out the oil and replace the filter, now! Do not run the engine! This is not good for the engine!
it depends what type of filter it is
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That would depend on the filter . the best thing to do would be to contact the manufacturer of the filter.
What happens when your heart stops? The motor would seize, thus no more motor!
( 5 quarts ) with engine oil filter change ( that would be 4.7 liters using the metric system )
Yes. It is located behind the glove box in the A/C housing between the blower motor and the evaporator.