Before it breaks
10 degrees before TDC
If the carpet was damaged from a listed peril (smoke, fire, etc.), the average policy will pay (after your deductable) to have it cleaned or replaced, depending on the damage.
I just replaced mine, came to $1080 before taxes.
I can't believe the people that don't state make, model, year and engine size before posting a question.
It has two of them. One is before catalytic converter and second one is after.
did you hone the cylinder before you replaced the parts
your thermostat is not opening and needs replaced before the engine overheats and damages the cylinder head/s
my service manual says 10 degrees before tdc on auto models with ac off idle @750
If any one of your wheel bearings are damaged or wearing then they should be repaired or replaced before anything bad happens.
Sell you Toyota -
The master cylinder MUST be bleed first before any bleeding at the wheels can occur. if you do not do this, you will be bleeding for hours.
The 1994 Buick Century 4 cylinder head gasket will have to be removed and replaced. The head has to be removed, along with anything that is physically in the way of removal, before the head gasket can be removed.
I found mine on an older Toyota diesel 4 cylinder at the top of the block right before it mates with the head. It's right under the exhaust manifold. Not sure how easy it is to see with it on though.
Usual cause for brake pulling is Caliper / cylinder is not working on opposite side of pull, or brake line hose has collapsed internally---i.e.=Not letting that caliper /cylinder release fully from the previous application---thus being almost "on" before you hit the brakes. SOMETIMES this happens on alternating sides----very hard to diagnose. Hoses should be replaced as a set for each side of the car/axle.
No your lungs cant be replaced because you ll die before you can.
bank2 is opposite side of the cylinder 1 and sensor 1 is before catalytic converter so the 1 near the radiator on the top
Possibly a low refrigerant charge
The timing belt should be replaced after about 70,000 miles. This is when things begin going wrong in the mechanics and it is best to avoid this.
No but if there is still an EGR valve problem then its the EGR Valve switch located at the back of the motor. I replaced my EGR valve 2 times before I figured out it was the electrical switch, which had burnt up, for the egr valve. I havent had a problem with the EGR since then..
Going to be on the muffler after it leaves the engine, but before the two sides come together into the tail pipe. Bank one is the side where the number 1 cylinder is. (look on the distributor. It usually says the cylinder number on it.
The cylinder should be evacuated
No, you dont need to remove the cylinder ridge before. I never have and i replace them all the time.
Your lease will specify what constitutes damage, but most landlords will consider any matter that must be addressed before the next tenant can move in as damages. If it needs to be painted, repaired, or replaced, it is damaged.
You need to disconnect the battery, after that remove plastic and metal cover underneath the steering wheel. After that you get access to the key cylinder, disconnect the harness, remove nuts. Install a new key cylinder, tighten the nuts, connect the harness to. Install the plastic and metal cover. Connect the battery. You might want to try the cylinder before installing plastic cover.