You ned a special tool to release the garter spring holding the connection together. These tools are available at just about any auto parts store for about $20.00
It probably hasn't any.
Bad coil Bad points Bad condensor Bad rotor Bad cap Bad distributor
1/4 with 3/8 fittings
Probably draining the radiator. Unhook the negative battery cable.
most newer vehicles comes with plugs you have to remove these and buy the grease fittings and screw them in yourself. very easily done. they require a 5/16 open end wrench to remove. very inexpensive also.
An overcharged condensor will run poorly. It will have a higher discharge temperature, high condensor subcooling, higher condensor splits and a high compression ratio.
Your air conditioning condensor is located in front of your radiator
unhook everything (lines and fittings) , drop the tank and unscrew the screws that hold the sending unit , below is the fuel pump
Pex fittings are used for making connections in PEX plumbing applications. Professiomnal plubmers used next type of PEX fittings: Crimp fittings, Clamp fittings, Push Up fittings, Sharkbite fittings and others.
Please unhook the latch for me.
The duration of Unhook the Stars is 1.72 hours.
Compressing fittings, press fittings, and push-on fittings.
on a 1999 gmc 1500 suburban 5.7 l where is the ac condensor
Scan tool or unhook the batteryScan tool or unhook the battery
You can't, the gradually unhook themselves, in an hours time