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Then the tool you are using is not the right one, you must get ahold of a quality strut spring compressor.

Kd Tools ... | Answered on Apr 17, 2017

if you mean your automatic trans is over heating when towing a trailer, when towing any amount you should have a trans cooler installed, the normal one in you radiator doesn't cut it when towing, also when towing if you are towing a heavy load do not do it in overdrive....it will over heat trans cooler or not

Kd Tools... | Answered on Feb 20, 2015

It is uncommon to do so these days, most will replace the entire axle as it is cheaper and easier.

Kd Tools 3191 Cv... | Answered on Aug 19, 2014

get a rubber pad at Tractor supply that they use for horses - cut it about 3" wider on all 4 sides and put under it - that should solve it.

Kd Tools 3191 Cv... | Answered on Dec 12, 2013

If the cv joint has split or broken there are two options available to you. One is to remove the axle and fit a genuine boot back on. It will cost the price of the boot plus around 2 hours labour. The other option is to get an aftermarket boot that is split and put it around the cv joint and clip and glue it back along the split. They are specially made and do a good job and costs the price of the boot and some of your time. There is no need to remove the axle to do it. Check at a good auto spares shop for a replacement cv boot kit

Kd Tools 3191 Cv... | Answered on Aug 02, 2013

get a threaded length of high tensile bar and cut to length. fit nuts to either end. use a spacer---bit of tube to have the nut clear the bracket.

Kd Tools ... | Answered on Apr 25, 2013

you will have to go with a turbo350 or turbo 400 tranny

Kd Tools... | Answered on Jan 28, 2013

yes the spring needs to be compressed before you remove it from the car

Kd Tools ... | Answered on Jan 22, 2013

This is Miscellaneous Tools (even though FixYa misspelled it) not Cars and Trucks. Repost there and cross your fingers.

Kd Tools... | Answered on Oct 08, 2012

This is not a tool you are talking about is it?

Kd Tools... | Answered on Sep 26, 2012

I do not show the 3.5 Liter V6, the available V6 was the 3.2 Liter in the 1995 model year, please recheck this.

Kd Tools... | Answered on Aug 07, 2011

Individually push the back and front bumper near the fender with all your weight and let the vehicle snap back up. If the vehicle snaps back up and is not dampened causing the vehicle to bounce more than three times, or If you hear the bottoming out noise or a swish noise (gas leak in strut) when you push down, you need the struts replaced. If the vehicle pops back up once and no noise is heard the strut should be good. You may want to check the exhaust and muffler mounts to make sure the mounts are not broken, and the noise is from the exhaust hitting the under carriage. Struts are more difficult and dangerous to replace then shocks, so you want to make sure this is the problem before replacing them.

Kd Tools ... | Answered on Mar 11, 2011

It isn't hard to replace the pump,, but replace both hoses while you are in there.
And my Napa dealer swapped the pulley from the old pump to the new pump for
me.. That's the hard part, swapping the pulley.

Good Luck to you..
I hope I have helped you.

Kd Tools 41560... | Answered on Nov 05, 2010

4.5 psi to start after one min you have3.5 psi. thats a loss of 2 psi per min. you can break it down into seconds by dividing 2 (psi) by 60 (seconds) wich is a loss of .033 psi per second.
hope thats what you were looking for.

Kd Tools ... | Answered on Mar 04, 2010

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