that isn't an excessive mileage. if car has Been serviced regularly and you have used it every day and driven on at least an hours drive? at a time it should not be a problem. avoid doing anything you have not already done in it such as higher...
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 04/07/2011
there should be a hose that goes into the valve cover, some hoses will slide out, as there is a rubber grommet in the valve cover, some of them you may have to rotate one way or the other.it comes from the air cleaner housing over to the valve cover, most come out with a bit of work in case it...
7 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 16/10/2013
the plastic clip is not a big deal, the other end uses a release tool to get that line off. ford has done that for a long time. i have seen several different types and they are all pretty cheap. ill send a link of the two tools that i have used for that purpose.
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 17/04/2011
Start with a cold engine. Start it up and immediately turn on the AC. Get out of the car and open the hood. Your radiator fan should be running as soon as you turn the AC on. If you don't have a radiator fan running when you turn the AC on your car...
5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 14/10/2013
... had ps seals go bad on a great old Chrysler LHS (assist was getting "jerky")..............was told that...
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 01/04/2011
Get some good penetrating oil, like PB Blaster or WD 40 and soak it really good, if that doesnt work put some heat on it, (torch)
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 30/03/2011
I would say that your clutch life is short,but drive it and see if the smell goes away, maybe you got lucky. Make sure you have free play in the pedal at least 2 " from the top when the clutch starts pulling. Also brakes will smell the same way.
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 25/03/2011
These cars have a separate computer JUST for the transmission. Maybe a scan will disclose the problem. Here is a web site that tells a lot about this type trans and all the problems they are famous for. "BUMP" shift...
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 16/03/2011