my brother and I used a hole saw and drilled thru the wheelwell. He had to heat the bolts with a mapp gas torch. But it worked. john
You can change the drive belt, on your lawnmower, by loosening the tensioner pulley. With the tensioner pulley, loosen the drive belt will come off and can be replaced.
The idler pulley on a 2003 Nissan Sentra 1.8 is changed by removing the engine accessories, removing the drive belts, and loosening the retaining bolt. The pulley can then be removed from the vehicle and a new one bolted into place.
The drive belt on a Peugeot 206 should be change in 80,000 miles. Failure to change drive belts at the appropriate time can result in expensive engine failure.
The clutch fan on a 2004 Chevy Silverado is removed by loosening the alternator bracket and pulling the drive belt. The fan's retaining bolts can then be removed and pulled from the engine.
The alternator on a 2004 Suzuki Aerio can be removed by first loosening the retaining bolts and taking off the drive belt. The alternator is then fully unbolted and pulled from the engine.
What engine size? The rear wheel drive has 2 v6 engine sizes and the front wheel drive has 3 v6 engine sizes available for 1984.
The clutch disconnects drive from the engine to the wheels. It is required to change gears.
The alternator on a 92 Nissan Maxima is changed by disconnecting the wiring harness, loosening the retaining bolts, and removing the drive belt. The bolts can then be fully removed and the alternator swapped out.
No, the engine doesn't have to come out.
Change your oil/filter and switch to 100% synthetic. Drive it 1,000 miles and change the oil/filter again. This time add a can of Seafoam Engine Treatment to the crankcase that you can buy at most auto parts stores. Drive it another 2,000 miles and change the oil again and add another can of Seafoam. Drive it 5,000 miles and change the oil/filter. This should remove lots of the sludge.
will depend on how your drive most people change between 3 to 5 thousand miles
Disconnect the negative battery cable. Jack the car up and place it securely on stands. Remove the splash shield from under the alternator. Unplug the electrical connectors from the rear of the alternator and remove the wire harness retaining bracket. Remove the drive belt by loosening the adjuster. Remove the remaining bolts and separate the alternator from the engine.
you cant drive your car if you have hole in your engine because your engine is a propeller for your car.
is it a 2 wheel drive or 4? If it is a 4, you will have to take out the engine.
Rear drive side of the engine.Rear drive side of the engine.
The only vehicle layout I know of is used to describe the location of the engine in the vehicle and where it's drive wheels are: Front engine Front Wheel Drive Front engine Rear Wheel Drive Front engine All Wheel Drive mid engine Rear Wheel Drive mid engine AWD Rear engine RWD rear engine AWD never hear pf a Mid engine FWD or rear engine FWD
Begin by loosening the tensioner pulley. Take the old air conditioning drive belt on. Put the new air conditioning drive belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley.
You can replace the drive belt, on a John Deere LA105, by loosening the tensioner pulley. When the pulley is loose the belt will come right off.
yes it is a rear wheel drive Automatic transmission
Either a transverse engine for front wheel drive cars (and the occasional rear engine, rear wheel drive car), or a longitudinal engine for front/mid-engine, rear wheel drive cars.
Need to know if it is the 4.3 or the 2.2 engine and if it is 2 wheel drive or 4 wheel drive.
If you mean automatic transmission, engine oil will ruin the the seals and friction material. Do not drive, change the fluid immediately.
You can drive a car with a cracked engine block, but it will eventually stop running. The engine will go out completely after time.
The drive belt, on your Kawasaki Mule six, can, can be removed by loosening the tensioner pulley. When the tensioner pulley is loosened the belt should easily come off.
You would have to change the engine , transmission , powertrain control module etc. the V8 engine came with either 2 wheel drive or all wheel drive so if you currently have the Control Trac 4x4 system you would have to change the transfer case to have the all wheel drive system which doesn't have the low range , so it would be a lot cheaper and simpler just to stay with the 4.0 liter V6 engine