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The following link describes checking compression on your vehicle.

The compression is a guide to troubleshooting problems. There are several variables such as lubricant, temperature, valve condition, even speed of rotation while testing.

How to Test Engine Compression Jeep 4 0L

Lisle Gasoline... | Answered on Dec 18, 2015


If someone was going on the TBI #'s (15-20psi) instead of the MPFI #'s (35-40 regular running and upwards of 60 under full pressure) that may be where the error lies. Wonder what the readings obtained were?

Lisle Vacuum And... | Answered on Dec 13, 2014


Instructions are included with the tool, so says the catalog.I have uploaded some pix of tool in use. You might also try to borrow one from AutoZone or Advance and copy the instructions. Last resort try an email to Lisle customer service and they may attach on to an email.
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Lisle 65000... | Answered on Dec 03, 2014


they can be replaced by a home mechanic, sometimes it a real pain, some times it requires a few specialty tools, some times a bf hammer some socket pieces and a pickle fork. all different vehicles are some what different from each other.
get a shop manual for your vehicle read the procedure on how to do it and decide if its easier to pay or not.
best of luck.

Ball Joint, Tie... | Answered on Dec 02, 2014


according to rock auto you use a strut and upper ball joint for the rear suspension.
look this up in their online catalog k500208 shows for the rear upper joint, 40015 passive rear strut, 40014 semi active rear strut.
i am not completely sure, please re check my lookup.
best of luck.

Ball Joint, Tie... | Answered on Dec 02, 2014


remove the pitman arm from the steering gear look in the big hole that goes on the steering gear shaft, there are two sizes to the groves on the pitman arm, count the number of the wide groves these wide groves are the splines you need to count, you will have 3 or 4 gaps in the spline pattern this is your answer.
best of luck to you.

Ball Joint, Tie... | Answered on Dec 02, 2014


1999 chevy Camaro 5.7

Crankshaft Balancer Bolt (Installation Pass-To Ensure The Balancer Is Completely Installed)
240 ft.lb Crankshaft Balancer Bolt (First Pass-Install A New Bolt After The Installation Pass And Tighten As Described In First And Final Passes) 37 ft.lb Crankshaft Balancer Bolt (Final Pass) 140 deg


LIS 52650... | Answered on Nov 28, 2014


I need the drill bit holding assy. And a dressing tool assy.

Lisle 91000... | Answered on Nov 02, 2014


Remove the cotter pin and nut from the pitman arm ball stud. usually it is recommended to use a remover but using a hammer one end pops out the other end you will have to remove the steering gear mounting bolts to remove the pitman arm and yes you will have to probably take the gear box out to do this. good luck!

Ball Joint, Tie... | Answered on Sep 06, 2014

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