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2002 Dodge Truck RAM 2500 Symptom Related Diagnostic Procedures/ Installation Manual

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46RE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING – ROAD TESTING Before road testing, be sure the fluid level and control cable adjustments have been checked and adjusted if necessary. Verify that diagnostic trouble codes have been resolved.Observe engine performance during the road test. A poorly tuned engine will not allow accurate analysis of transmission operation. Operate the transmission in all gear ranges. Check for shift variations and engine flare, which indicates slippage. Note if shifts are harsh, spongy, delayed, early, or if part throttle downshifts are sensitive. Slippage indicated by engine flare, usually means clutch , band or overrunning clutch problems. If the condition is advanced, an overhaul will be necessary to restore normal operation. A slipping clutch or band can often be determined by comparing which internal units are applied in the various gear ranges. The Clutch and Band Application chart provides a basis for analyzing road test results. Note that the rear clutch is applied in all forward ranges (D, 2, 1). The transmission overrunning clutch is applied in first gear (D, 2 and 1 ranges) only. The rear band is applied in 1 and R range only. Note that the overdrive clutch is applied only in fourth gear and the overdrive direct clutch and overrunning clutch are applied in all ranges except fourth gear. For example: If slippage occurs in first gear in D and 2 range but not in 1 range, the transmission overrunning clutch is faulty. Similarly, if slippage occurs in any two forward gears, the rear clutch is slipping. Applying the same method of analysis, note that the front and rear clutches are applied simultaneously only in D range third and fourth gear . If the transmission slips in third gear, either the front clutch or the rear clutch is slipping. If the transmission slips in fourth gear but not in third gear, the overdrive clutch is slipping. By selecting another gear, which does not use these clutches, the slipping unit can be determined. For example, if the transmission also slips in Reverse, the front clutch is slipping. If the transmission does not slip in Reverse, the rear clutch is slipping. If slippage occurs during the 3-4 shift or only in fourth gear , the overdrive clutch is slipping. Similarly, if the direct clutch were to fail, the transmission would lose both reverse gear and overrun braking in 2 position (manual second gear). If the transmission will not shift to fourth gear , the control switch, overdrive solenoid or related wiring may also be the problem cause.

2007 2008 Toyota Tundra 5.7L dual rear exit aft cat system Installation Manual

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Installation instructions: 1.) Raise and support vehicle. 2.) Lubricate all factory rubber hangers and fasteners with penetrating oil. 3.) Detach tailpipe from rear of factory muffler and slip hanger rods on tailpipe out of rubber hangers. Remove tailpipe from vehicle. 4.) Remove factory rubber hangers from hanger rods attached to muffler inlet pipes. 5.) Remove factory bolts attaching inlet pipe flanges to vehicle converter pipes; retain stock flange gaskets. 6.) Using stock gasket and bolts, attach supplied left muffler inlet pipe to mating flange of driver side converter pipe. Install factory rubber hanger onto hanger rod welded to pipe. 7.) Using stock gasket and bolts, attach supplied right muffler inlet pipe to mating flange of passenger side converter pipe. Install factory rubber hanger onto hanger rod welded to pipe. 8.) Place supplied 2.25? band clamps over inlets of muffler and install muffler onto inlet pipes with weld seam on muffler body facing up. 9.) Place one supplied 2.5? clamp over inlet of tailpipe section “D” and install pipe onto muffler outlet closest to drive-shaft. Insert hanger rod welded to pipe into corresponding factory rubber hanger just behind muffler 10.) Place one supplied 2.5? clamp over inlet of tailpipe section “E” and install pipe onto outlet of tailpipe section “D”. 11.) Install supplied fabricated hanger bracket, with two attached rods, to bottom of driver side frame rail as shown in Photo no.1. below. Use the supplied 5/16? hardware for attachment; there is an existing hole in frame to use for this purpose. 12.) Place one supplied 2.5? clamp over inlet of tailpipe section “H” and install pipe onto outlet of tailpipe section “D”. 13.) Install one supplied urethane hanger onto the hanger rods welded to the fabricated bracket and tailpipe section “H”. 14.) Place one supplied 2.5? clamp over inlet of tailpipe section “F” and install pipe onto remaining muffler outlet. 15.) Place one supplied 2.5? clamp over inlet of tailpipe section “G” and install pipe onto outlet of tailpipe section “F”. Insert hanger rod on pipe into stock rubber hanger next to spare tire. 16.) Referring to photo no.2 below, remove one stock bumper attachment bolt from each frame rail and replace with supplied 14mm bolts; the bolts closest to the front of the vehicle are the ones which need to be replaced. 17.) Install the supplied left and right tip hangers to the inside of the frame rails and onto the supplied bolts as shown in photo no. 2.; the slots in the brackets will index over the rear-most factory bolts when properly installed. Install the supplied 14mm nuts onto the supplied bolts to retain in place. 18.) Place two remaining 2.5? clamps over tip inlets and install tips onto outlets of tailpipes. 19.) Install remaining urethane hangers between hanger rods on tips and tip brackets attached to frame. Hanger rods on tips will point to the center of vehicle when correctly installed. 20.) Align all components for proper fit and clearance and tighten all clamps.

2002 Dodge Truck RAM 2500 46RE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING – ROAD TESTING

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The Clutch and Band Application chart provides a basis for analyzing road test results. Note that the rear clutch is applied in all forward ranges (D, 2, 1). The transmission overrunning clutch is applied in first gear (D, 2 and 1 ranges) only. The rear band is applied in 1 and R range only. Note that the overdrive clutch is applied only in fourth gear and the overdrive direct clutch and overrunning clutch are applied in all ranges except fourth gear. For example: If slippage occurs in first gear in D and 2 range but not in 1 range, the transmission overrunning clutch is faulty. Similarly, if slippage occurs in any two forward gears, the rear clutch is slipping. Applying the same method of analysis, note that the front and rear clutches are applied simultaneously only in D range third and fourth gear . If the transmission slips in third gear, either the front clutch or the rear clutch is slipping. If the transmission slips in fourth gear but not in third gear, the overdrive clutch is slipping. By selecting another gear, which does not use these clutches, the slipping unit can be determined. For example, if the transmission also slips in Reverse, the front clutch is slipping. If the transmission does not slip in Reverse, the rear clutch is slipping. If slippage occurs during the 3-4 shift or only in fourth gear , the overdrive clutch is slipping. Similarly, if the direct clutch were to fail, the transmission would lose both reverse gear and overrun braking in 2 position (manual second gear). If the transmission will not shift to fourth gear , the control switch, overdrive solenoid or related wiring may also be the problem cause. This process of elimination can be used to identify a slipping unit and check operation. Proper use of the Clutch and Band Application Chart is the key. Although road test analysis will help determine the slipping unit, the actual cause of a malfunction usually cannot be determined until hydraulic and air pressure tests are performed. Practically any condition can be caused by leaking hydraulic circuits or sticking valves.Unless a malfunction is obvious, such as no drive in D range first gear , do not disassemble the transmission. Perform the hydraulic and air pressure tests to help determine the probable cause.

HONDA CR-V Moan or Groan From the Rear Differential REPAIR PROCEDURE

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REPAIR PROCEDURE: 2002-04 MODELS 1. Replace the rear differential fluid: •Refer to page 15-13 of the 2002-04 CR-V Service Manual , or •Online, enter keywords REAR DIFF, and select Rear Differential Fluid Inspection and Replacement (4WD) from the list. 2. Raise the vehicle on a lift until all four wheels are completely off the ground and can rotate freely. 3. Start the engine, and let it idle until the radiator fan cycles on and off twice. 4. Burnish the rear differential clutches: Automatic transmission models – •Set the parking brake, and shift the transmission to D. Let the engine idle for 5 minutes. •With the shift lever in D, release the parking brake, keep the wheel speed at 10 mph, and let all four wheels rotate freely for 5 minutes. •Apply the brakes to stop the wheels, repeat the bulleted steps one more time, then go to step 5. Manual transmission models – •With the engine idling and the parking brake released, shift the transmission into 1st, release the clutch, and let the wheels rotate for 5 minutes. •Disengage the clutch, and apply the brakes to stop the wheels. Shift the transmission into reverse, release the clutch, and let the wheels rotate for 5 minutes. •Shift the transmission into neutral, then apply the brakes to stop the wheels. •Repeat the bulleted steps one more time, then go to step 5. 5. Shift the transmission to P (A/T) or neutral (M/T), and turn off the engine. 6. Let the rear differential cool for 10 minutes

2004 FORD F150 Door Window Glass-Rear SuperCrew REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION MANUAL

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REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION 3. Remove the parts in the order indicated in the Door Window Glass — Rear, following illustration and table. SuperCrew To remove individual parts, only carry out the listed steps: NOTE: LH side is shown. RH side is similar. Part Steps 1. Remove the rear door trim panel. For additional Rear door window glass 1-4 information, refer to Section 501-00. Rear door window glass 1-7 regulator 2. Remove the rear door-mounted speaker. For additional information, refer to Section 415-00. Rear door window glass 1, 8 top run ItemPart NumberDescription ItemPart NumberDescription 4 1625712/ Rear door window glass 1 1625766/ Interior moulding (RH/LH) 1625713 (RH/LH) 1625767 Removal Note 2 1627458/ Watershield (RH/LH) 5 180103-14632 Window motor electrical 1627459 Removal Note connector Installation Note 6 W505421-S301Window regulator bolts (5 3 — Rear door window req’d) glass-to-regulator bolt (2 req’d) 7 1627000/ Window regulator assembly Removal Note 1627001 (RH/LH) (Continued) (Continued) Copyright © 2003, Ford Motor Company Last updated: 6/14/2004 2004 F150, 12/2003 501-00-2 501-00-2 Body System — Exterior REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION (Continued) Item 4: Rear Door Window Glass Removal ItemPart NumberDescription Note 8 1625766/ Rear door window glass top 1. Pull the glass out through the top inboard side 1625767 run (RH/LH) Removal Note of the door. 9 1625596/ Exterior moulding (right side) Item 8: Rear Door Window Glass Top Run 1625597 (RH/LH) Removal Note 4. To install, reverse the removal procedure. 1. Remove the glass top run through the top opening of rear door. Item 2: Watershield Removal Note Item 2: Watershield Installation Note 1. Do not tear or damage the watershield during disassembly. 1. Watershield must be installed so that edges have a weatherproof seal. Item 3: Rear Door Window Glass-to-Regulator Bolts Removal Note NOTE: Some vehicles may use rivets to attach the glass to the regulator. 1. If removing only the rear door glass regulator assembly and motor, secure the rear door glass in the full up position with tape.