The air filter on an Audi A6 Quattro with a 2.7L turbo charged engine is replaced by opening the retaining clips and lifting the filter cover. The old filter can then be pulled from the compartment and a new filter installed.
I would recommend taking your pathfinder to your local mechanic.
Yes they would be interchangeable. The body styles of cars go for ten year interval's so long as the engines are the same size it will work.
Pay about $600.00 or get the book. You have to remove crank shaft pulley, timing chain cover, very hard job.
You do not need to remove the crankshaft pulley to replace the water pump on a 3.4L v6.
If one wanted to remove the water pump housing/timing chain cover on this engine, then yes removal of the crankshaft pulley would be needed.
Maybe you are confusing this 3.4L with the 2.4L where as the water pump is driven by the timing chain.
This kind of repair at the mechanic wouldn't cost more than $100. It is a very easy job and the water pumps for these engines range from $10 - $30. It took me only 30 minutes to replace my water pump, and I'm only a hobbyist. I only paid $13.99 for my water pump.
I drive a 2001 Oldsmobile Alero 3.4L 3400 v6
It is locate on the passengers side of the car below the intake manifold near the 4th cylinder it is a bear to get and replace. Recommed that you use a mechanic but, it has been suggested that you remove the serpentine belt and the oil filter and other parts underneath to get to it from the bottom....I prefer to remove the intake manifold and get to it from the top but this requires more mechanical skill and less time. it sits about mid engine above the oil filter and buried in a little hole. it's hard to see
An immobilizer / immobilizer is an electronic device that is fitted to a vehicle to prevent the engine from running unless the correct or authorized user is present. It uses a Driver ID via walk-up or walk away Fob with RFID technology. It also prevents the vehicle from being hotwired after entry has been achieved. It is not a GPS system, but can be integrated with many GPS systems to offer enhanced features.
· Immobilizers became a mandatory requirement for any vehicles entering into Canada in September 2007 (Standard 114). Immobilizers have been mandatory in all new cars sold in Germany since January 1998, United Kingdom in October 1998, Finland in 1998, and Australia since 2001.
· Early models used a static code in the ignition key (or key fob) which was recognized by an RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) loop. If the code was unrecognized, the multi circuit immobilizer would disallow ignition to take place. Current models of immobilizers use rolling codes or advanced cryptography to defeat copying of codes.
Many newer vehicles are equipped with immobilizers at the factory. Several kinds of after-market immobilizers are also available. But not all immobilizers are created equal.
The transponder is a radio frequency chip located in the key or key fob. When the chip is near the ignition, it sends a signal that deactivates the immobilizer, allowing the vehicle to start. The vehicle will not start without that signal. That means that when you walk away from your vehicle with the key or key fob, the immobilizer is armed and your vehicle cannot be started.
Some immobilizers house the de-activation system in the steering wheel column. In addition, many iimmobilizers only disable one system in a vehicle, while best in class immobilizers must disable three.
Many factory installed immobilization systems are electronic and function in conjunction with the vehicle computer (PCM/ECM). The electronic and ignition only systems tend to be ineffective against professional car thieves. Best in class 3 circuit systems, when properly installed, act as an effective deterrent to theft.
the starter location cannot hardly be seen from an engine overview, however if you 1st remove the battery then the air duct you will discover the starte/solenoid to the far left next to 3-4 sensors....
disconnect neg batt cable, remove wires from starter, remove 2 mounting bolts top and bottom located where engine meets transmission on passenger side of motor. lift out starter... install in reverse order
if it is like a '95.....remove the left front wheel.....remove the plastic fender well.....it is attached to a bracket right there above the well....I replaced my power antenna with a short rubber whip antenna.......
Best first step is to purchase an after market repair manual. $20, They have step by step instructions with pictures. I have done this and the bolts holding the pump on, snapped off leaving the broken pieces sticking out of the block. Fortunately, my neighbour has acetylene torches and I was able, after removing coolant in block with shop vac, to heat the area around broken bolts enough to remove them.
OR take it to a shop, get them to give you a price, and let them have headaches.
alright this is relatively simple. and can be done with basic tools
remove the 4 screws holding the pully onto the water pump
then removed the serp belt by loosening the idle pully and then turning the adjustor
there are 4 screws around where the pully was mounted and 2 more that are attached to a bracket that the PS pump attaches to
after you have removed all 6 screws unclamp the hose leading to the firewall from the top of the pump, (follow the metal tube and youll find the hose) and unclamp the lower radiator hose from the pump.
now you just have to snake the pump out and unscrew the metal tube from the top and move it over to the new pump
installation is reverse except put the pully back on the pump before you put the belt back on. after the belt is back on then you have to tighten the bolts on the pully
Not sure if it's the same as the 1996 Jeep, but here are it's instructions.
It's pretty easy. To help clarify I'm going to number the buttons 1, 2, and 3 where 1 is the button on the outside, close to the door, and 3 is the button on the inside.
Setting a button:
1.) Hold down the desired button and the LED will start to flash slowly (if it is solid this means that it has already been programmed and you must do a reset to program or select a different button).
2.) Continue to hold the desired button and then hold the garage door opener close to the visor and hold down it's button. You know the visor is programmed when it changes from a slow flash to a fast one.
3.) Release the buttons and test it out.
*** For rolling code garage door openers follow additional steps below***
After you have trained the jeep remote as stated above, you will notice pressing the button you have programed does nothing if you have a rolling code garage door opener.
4.) Press the learn button on your garage door opener (usually only have 30 seconds) and run back to the car and hold the button you programed for 2 seconds and then release. Now, repeat the "press/hold/release" sequence a second time, and, depending on the brand of the garage door opener (or other rolling code equipped device), repeat this sequence a third time to complete the programming.
Resetting the visor controls:
1.) Hold down buttons 1 and 3, for about 15 seconds, until the red LED starts to flash. Remember that this will reset all 3 buttons.
Hope this helps.
If the antenna is stuck up, push it down as far as you can. Then pull back the carpet panel inside the trunk. Take off the wiring plug. You will need a flat screwdriver to push the tabs in on the connector to unplug it. Unbolt and unscrew the unit off of the bracket. Once it is loose, you can pull it through the rubber grommet on the car. If the antenna is too long to be able to pull the unit through into the trunk, just cut the antenna off. Your replacing it anyway.
The 1995 Nissan truck starter relay switch is located in the fuse box. The starter relay switch will be in the third column.
It tells the ecm where #1 cyl is and when to fire the plug and the injector.
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It's all about body language.
Palms facing upward means she has subdued to your charm
This shows that she is no threat to you.
It's kinda animalistic.
Also, things like laughing with you, copying your speech volume (or tone), or a light touch on your shoulder (etc) when appropriate (eg a joke)
If she does you will know. Unless she is really subtle.............................................. If your hot she will glance at you fast and look again right after for a little bit long than she did the first time. If your ugly then she might stare at a certain ugly feature you have instead of looking you in the eyes. If you have a nice facial structure and features AND your eyes are a really nice colour you are automatically "hot." (hazel eyes are really nice but blue and green are the best)
the timing is usually set by adjusting the distributor and using a timing light on the number one cylinder and pointing the light at the harmonic balancer on the bottom of the engine crankshaft pulley,the timing mark on thr balancer should be marked on the correct degree for example 10 degrees before top dead center. as the distributor is turned the timing on the light will adjust to the balancer . to get the correct timing look under your hood for a sticker that has timing and sparkplug gap specs.
It's easy to draw wire through a cylindrical die to make it. That and the fact that current that flows through the wire is depended on the wire cross section area, the circular shape is the maximized area for a given amount of material; therefore, a cylindrical wire is much more efficient.
Irrespective of the season it is and how badly your car windows are stuck, WD-40 can be used for lubricating the window tracks effectively. Along with lubricating the tracks, the liquid would also protect the surface from dirt, rust, and other impurities that may damage its functioning in the days to come.
If it's amanual tranny ,then check to see if wire is broken off of light switch towards front of transmission, or try replacing the tranny switch.I believe it screws into tranny and wire should have a plug on it somewhere .Ask parts supplier which switch it is on the tranny , but i believe it is the front one.
As long as you put the spark plug wires back on the new distributor cap
in the PROPER ORDER , no , it would not effect the engine timing
tHE AXLE BEARINGS THEM SELVES ARE WORE OUT YOU GOT TO THE BOOT TO LATE
the motor and trans must be lowered thru the bottom of the car. repair manual goes into detail . it took me 10 hours to complete with new motor install. remove all wireing harness assemblies and label.remove cover plate on bottom of bellhouseing ,this gives access to 4 bolts connecting the torque converter . turn crankshaft pully to rotate and access all 4 bolts.remove bellhouseing bolts and pull motor from trans. almost everything under the hood has to be taken apart and disambled.get the book! radiator,exhaust,motor mounts,altranator.powersterring ,wireing harness,cv half shafts. lower the motor with a cycle lift and jack the car up, block and pull the motor and trans out to disassemble. bag and label all bolts tag and label all parts and wire connections. most shops charge 600. bucks to do this and its well worth the money. this is a big job
You DO NOT HAVE TO REMOVE THE ENTIRE ENGINE. The transmission can be removed by itself .