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If the car is parked on a grade/hill, with the transmission in gear will prevent shifting (pressure from the wheels through your axle/driveshaft). Have one person rock the car back and forth with another person (with strong fingers!) sitting in the drivers seat with the foot over the brake (if you're on a hill). As the person rocks the car slightly back and forth, see if you can disengage the safety button and move to N or P. Obviously engage emergency brake after that!
350, 305, 400. Crank shaft gear mark is straight up to the camshaft gear and the camshft gear is straight down to the crank shaft gear. If your looking for the rotor button / distributor. The button should be pointing to the number one cylinder (drivers side front) On the compression stroke. To find the compression stroke pull the number one plug , put you finger over the hole, crank the engine untill the pressure pushes your finger off, then put a stiff wire in the hole and turn the engine by hand (wrench) untill the wire comes up and just starts to drop. Move it back and forth to get top dead center. On the distributor Number one and number eight should be horizontal with the radiator.
Not normaly, May need to get alignment. If alignment is ok you need to check your wheel bearings,, You can check this by jacking up front end and see if wheel had slack in moving back and forth. best of luck to you,
when you open the hood and look down at the light fixtures you will notice a small steel clip on both sides of the lenses. Pull the clips straight up to release the lense body. Grab the lense on both sides and pull it straight out the front. You may need to wiggle it a bit back and forth, it has a habit of catching on the wheel well side of the vehicle. Once the lense body is out you can grab the wiring harness and turn it counter clockwise to release the bulb holder. Pull the bulb out and replace it and reverse the step to put it all back in.
When you select a pattern does the needle move back and forth? do you make sure the stitch width lever is on straight stitch then select your pattern then select the widest stitch width? if when you select a zig zag stitch the needle does not move from side to side then you need to look in the top at the finger that goes round the cam.
if it sounds like it wants to but doesnt, like you can hear the motor but it is locked up, here is a way to fix it.look at seat and see if it looks sort of cocked and you may have to straighten the seat by keeping rod in one side or other and spinning it until seat is straight. there are 2 flexy cables that run side to side and cause the seat to move. they usually have a black plastic coating on them.remove them both. with both off hit switch and see if you hear the motors.If so you should lubricate tracks with silicone spray or spray grease.put cables back into holes and it should work.the cable may give you a lil trouble coming out but just pull back and forth they wont break
An orbital reciprocating saw moves in a more elliptical or oval shape rather than just up and down. This makes it more aggressive and gives it a faster cut. Straight reciprocating saws move on a single plane, back and forth.