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Brake lubricant, why it's important to use the correct type


When replacing brake pads and rotors. Make sure to use the correct lubricant in the correct location. Slide pins should always be lubricated with a synthetic/silicon brake lubricant. Never ever use Anti-seize on slide pins, or anything rubber for that matter. Anti-seize will cause rubber to swell and cause slide pins to seize in the caliper brackets. Using any kind of lubricate formulated for brakes will prevent unnecessary repairs down the road.

You may use Anti-seize on any other metal to metal contact point. This means brake hardware that contacts the brake pad, the back of the pad where it meets the caliper piston and fingers, the hub face that meets the back of the rotor hat, and the pilot whole where the wheel centers itself.

Keep these tips in mind the next time you replace your pads and rotors and you will be on the road to success! Until next time, happy driving!

If you have any questions or need help while replacing your brake pads, trust a professional! Please feel free to contact me for advice on your current or next repair. Follow this link to contact me directly: https://www.6ya.com/eugene_aa01c1a9fa4c2ed9

on Mar 01, 2019 | Cars & Trucks


How do I change the weather from Fahrenheit to Celsius on my Fitbit versa? To change the units used for the temperature in the Weather app:
  1. From the Fitbit app dashboard, tap or click the Account icon > Advanced Settings > Units.
  2. In the Length section, select a different measurement. ...
  3. Sync your watch and then open the Weather app on your watch to see the updated units.

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Yes, it should show a code and is more serious than a steady check engine light. A blinking CEL usually indicates that your vehicle's engine is misfiring, which could severely damage your catalytic converters. ...Engine misfire is a severe condition that requires immediate attention to avoid expensive repairs or even a car fire! You should stop driving and seek immediate repair.

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How to fix simple car computer problems


Often time with these computerized vehicles they may start running rough, not shift right, and have little glitches while driving. Yes, you can take it to the dealer and have them check it out, and at the same time pay an exorbitant fee. Often this is not needed and there is a simpler solution to what appears a complex problem. Not trying to tell you that it may not be, but at least try this simple solution first. Disconnect your positive or negative battery cable for about twelve minutes, then put it back on. By doing this you reset the computer to its original stage. Be warned, after doing this most computers will have to relearn your driving habits.

on Mar 05, 2019 | Cars & Trucks

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Why it is important to change spark plugs


Changing the spark plugs is a way of assuring top efficiency and performance. The misfires that may occur will increase exhaust emission as well as harm gas mileage. ... It is therefore is very important for a car owner to heed the warning signals of possible spark plug problems.
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on Apr 05, 2019 | Cars & Trucks


the thermostat should open around 180 although the engine temp might run a little higher than that

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Should be a plastic clip you gently lift up on one end and a hinged end that can be popped off .

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It should have a guide rail that tensions the Belt via an external bolt....1/16in. belt deflection on opposite side of guide rail.....To time, Place piston at top of stroke(top dead center)......Take the valve cover off to observe Cam Position......Both Intake and Exhaust valves should be closed (heel of the Cam Lobe)....There should be noticeable shake in both rocker arms....With timing belt installed in this position and properly tensioned....You are in time..........

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I am not familiar with your model of car but I have encountered a few cars with a similar problem where the connection supplying power to the vehicle was made directly to the alternator and the cable supplying power to charge the battery was a second wire connecting the alternator to the hot terminal of the starter solenoid.

In all cases the cable connecting the alternator to the "battery" had broken which had resulted in the alternator producing a huge power surge straight into the vehicle electrics powerful enough to overload every piece of electronic equipment - management computers, alternator, radio, etc.

I doubt your car will ever start again until considerable investigation work has been carried out involving much expense and many replacements.
You might be lucky and find your disaster is less serious but you will need some experienced help...

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When the trigger is pressed, the engine should kick up to increase speed and thus pressure. There is a problem with either gas flow or the air is blocked (new air filter?), so I would start by cleaning the carb and make sure the small gas port is open (run a pipe cleaner through it).

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Please do a google search for your answers. This is a car forum where we assist others in fixing cars.

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Do yourself a favor an take it to a qualified repair shop . Without testing we'd only be guessing , just like you .

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Online at manufacturers website .

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