Soak nut assembly with Coke (yes coca cola) for at least 1/2hr. This will clean most of the dirt and sizes> Have the rest of Coke while waiting. Clean as much as possible. Soak with diesel fuel (kerosene) mixed with motor oil (3:1)for couple of hours or leave soaked overnight. From time to time hammer the nut using brass or aluminum to protect the nut from damage. After this the nut should go. Carefully the nut can be heated with propane torch or paint strip heat gun. Avoid heating over 60 Deg C. Overheating may cause the bearing grease to melt in liquid. 60 Deg C is approx the temperature on which man can not touch for more than a second.
how do u lossen the altinator belt on a 91 honda accord
by loosening the belt tensioner
BASICALLY YOU NEED TO REMOVE THE BUMPER ENOUGH TO LOOSEN THE SCREWS FROM THE BACK OF THE TAILIGHT ASSEMBLY TO SLIDE IT OUT THE BACK.
The headlight bulb seals in the Nissan Micra can be very tight. If you cannot loosen them, it is best to take the car to a mechanic to avoid any damage.
No. Counter clockwise to loosen.
open trunk...reach inside by the light assembly...loosen the wing nut type bolts....then loosen the 2 nuts by where the trunk meets the body on the trunk side...pull the entire assembly out....replace bulb.
With a boxed end wrench or socket, never with an open end wrench.
loosen the axle nut with the tire on remove the center cap loosen it .. then jack up the car remove the tire use a 17mm to remove the lower balljoint it might need some bangin with a hammer unless u have a fork to hit in between the balljoint once the balljoint drops pull the rotor and assembly away and the cv joint should come out at times u need a screw driver to pry off the trans... be carefull not to damage thread on lower balljoint
To increase idle on the 2004 Honda Accord petrol model, apply carb cleaner on the adjustment screw on the throttle body to loosen up any form of debris. The car that I am enquiring about is UK model of a honda accord.
It could loosen wires. Yes.
if you unscrew the radiator and under it you will see to cords you have to cut it out and it will loosen and relaese the relay switch
As far as I am aware, there is no adjustment because they are a tensioner assembly. You can turn the assy by inserting a ratchet or wrench on the bolt or insertion hole to loosen tension.
Replace the tensioner assembly as one piece.
You won't be able to get the belt on.
Open the hood. Near the front of the turn signal assembly there is a Phillips head screw. Loosen but do not remove the screw; it releases the front of the assembly. You then need to pull forward to release the pin holding the rear of the assembly. Reverse the above to replace the assembly.
The front bearing for a Dodge Stratus is attached to the Hub. To replace it remove all the components on the hub assembly. There are three bolts that hold the assembly in place. Loosen the bolts and pry out the hub. Replace the unit.
Lift the hood and loosen the round screw heads directly above lights - 2 on each. lift assembly off of the rack and unplug light
Loosen 13mm nut that secures tension pulley. Then loosen 13mm nut/bolt just above tensioner assembly facing upwards, to remove tension from belt. Then finally remove the three 10mm bolts holding tensioner assembly to engine block. Install in reverse order.
Loosen something on the brake if you tighten it will get worse screw caliper piston in or out with caliper tool. they are like that for the park brake function
You have to apply heat greater than 550 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the assembly is heated the bolt will be loose enough to be unthreaded.
The headlight assembly on a 1998 Acura Integra is held on by brackets. To remove them loosen the bolts on the brackets. Pull the housings off. Install the new housings by placing them on the brackets.
I am also trying to figure out how to loosen the tension on the timing belt to be able to get it back on after taking it off. It is already set in timing but it is way too tight to be able to get it on the top sprocket. Need answers ASAP 1991 Honda Accord.
On some guns you can change out the trigger springs, others you may have to buy a new trigger or trigger assembly.
First remove the accessory drive belt- then loosen the large nut that attaches the fan clutch assembly to the water pump pulley being careful to loosen the nut clock wise not counter clockwise (It is a left handed thread)-now you can remove the fan to clutch bolts so you can separate the clutch assembly from the fan.
Assuming you have a 4 wheel drive truck, the hub and bearings are replaced as an assembly. Remove the wheel, the axle nut, the brake caliper and pads, the caliper bracket, the rotor, then loosen the three 15mm bolts that are behind the spindle, back them off about half way. Hit the bolts with a hammer to loosen the hub away from the knuckle, then remove the bolts and finish driving out the hub and bearing assembly. Reverse for assembly.