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FRONT WHEEL SPEED SENSOR CORROSION REPAIR MANUAL

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1999-2002 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2000-2002 CHEVROLET TAHOE, SUBURBAN 2002 CHEVROLET AVALANCHE 1999-2002 GMC SIERRA 2000-2002 GMC YUKON, YUKON XL LOCATED IN THE SEVERE CORROSION AREAS LISTED BELOW Service Procedure The following procedure provides instructions for repairing a corrosion condition where the front wheel speed sensor mounts on the front wheel bearing assembly. 1. Raise the vehicle on a suitable hoist and support as necessary. 2. Remove both front tires and wheels. 3. Compress the front brake caliper pistons. 3.1. Install a large C-clamp over the top of the caliper housing and against the back of the outboard pad. 3.2. Slowly tighten the C-clamp until the pistons are pushed completely into the caliper bores. 3.3. Remove the C-clamp from the caliper. Important: It is not necessary to remove the front brake caliper from the bracket when removing the bracket in the next step. 4. Remove the two bolts that attach the front brake caliper mounting brackets to the knuckle. Notice: Support the brake caliper with heavy mechanic’s wire, or equivalent, whenever it is separated from its mount, and the hydraulic flexible brake hose is still connected. Failure to support the caliper in this manner will cause the flexible brake hose to bear the weight of the caliper, which may cause damage to the brake hose and in turn may cause a brake fluid leak. 5. Remove the brake caliper and bracket as an assembly and support it with heavy mechanic’s wire or equivalent. DO NOT disconnect the hydraulic brake flexible hose from the caliper. 6. Mark the relationship of the rotor to the bearing hub. 7. If equipped, remove the rotor retaining push nuts from the wheel studs

TJ/ XJ/ ZJ Front Installation Instructions

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1. Remove track bar bolt on passenger side of vehicle on the axle. Retain hardware for later use. See Picture 1 Picture 1 Picture 2 2. Block rear tires and raise the front of the vehicle, support by the frame using jack stands. 3. Remove front wheels and tires, support front axle with a floor jack. See Picture 2 4. Disconnect lower shock mounts. 5. Disconnect sway bar end links. Be careful not to break the links! Use penetrating oil on rusty bolts. Remove bottom hardware if it is easier. Newer model Wranglers and Grand Cherokees require the side of the sway bar to be struck with a hammer to free the end links. See Pictures 3 & 4. Picture 3 Picture 4 6. Remove spring clamps if vehicle is equipped with them 7. Carefully lower the jack supporting the axle. Be careful not to overextend the brake lines and ABS lines on newer models. 8. Remove coil springs and bump stops on Wranglers and Grand Cherokees. On Cherokees the bump stop and cup are one piece, and can be removed by turning the cup, using channel lock pliers. Other models the shaft and the bump stop are small enough to simply slide the spacer over. See Pictures 5 & 6. Picture 5 Picture 6 9. Remove the Bump stop cup. See Picture 7 10. Install front lift spacers. A rubber mallet can be used to ease installation. If installing 2″ spacer leave in factory isolator, if installing 3″ spacer remove the factory isolator. See Picture 8 Picture 7 Picture 8 11. Reinstall bump stop cups and rubber bump stops. See Picture 9 Picture 9 Picture 10 12. Reinstall coil springs in the same location as removed, and make sure springs are in the lower saddles properly. (A spring compressor can ease this process but is not required.) See Picture 10 13. Raise the axle and reconnect the sway bar end links and lower shock mounts. 14. Install wheels and tires and lower vehicle onto the ground. 15. Reconnect the track bar. This can be tricky and requires two people. Have a friend turn the steering wheel slowly, while you align the axle holes with the track bar holes and tighten. 16. Get your vehicle aligned and enjoy your Fat Bob’s Garage lift!

1986-1995 TOYOTA 4-5″ KIT FRONT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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1. Chock the rear tires and lift the front of the truck with a floor jack. Place jack stands under the frame rails . Lower the vehicle on the jack stands. Never work under an unsupported vehicle. 2. Remove the tires and wheels. 3. Remove the stock shock absorbers using a 21 & 22 wrench. 4. Remove the brake caliper bolts from the knuckle using a 17mm wrench and secure out of way. Do not let the brake caliper hang by the brake line. Doing so could cause damage to the brake line. 5. Remove sway bar from the frame rail using a 12mm wrench and from the factory lower control arm using a 14mm wrench. See PHOTO 1 & 2 .Remove the front skid plate. (if equipped). 6. Remove the cotter pin on the tie rod and remove nut using a 19mm wrench. Strike the end of the knuckle to dislodge the tie rod. Retain the hardware for reuse 7. Remove the cotter pins from the upper and lower ball joint castle nuts and loosen the lower ball joint nuts using a 22mm wrench, but do not remove. Using a hammer, strike the knuckle as shown in PHOTO 3 & 4 to dislodge the ball joint on the upper and lower ball joints. PHOTO 1 PHOTO 2 8. Using a 17mm wrench remove the 6 nuts that secure the front half shaft to the differential. See PHOTO 5 . 9. Remove the tie rod mount from the knuckle by removing the two bolts as shown in PHOTO 6 .Using a 19mm wrench. 10. Remove the axle/knuckle assembly from the vehicle. PHOTO 3 PHOTO 4 PHOTO 5 PHOTO 6
11. Loosen and remove lower control arms using a 22mm & 24mm wrench as shown in PHOTO 7 & 8 . Retain the hardware for reuse. Remove the lower control arms from the vehicle. PHOTO 7 PHOTO 8 12. On the front cross-member, remove the 4 bolts securing the cross-member to the frame using a 17mm wrench as shown in PHOTO 9 . Retain hardware for reuse. 13. Remove the differential bolt as shown in PHOTO 10 using a 15mm wrench. Retain hardware for reuse. Remove the factory cross-member and retain for reuse. PHOTO 9 PHOTO 10 14. Remove driveshaft from the differential as shown in PHOTO 11 using a 13mm wrench. Retain hardware for reuse. Secure driveshaft out of harms way. PHOTO 12 15. Remove the two factory bump-stops from the frame using a 14mm wrench as shown in PHOTO 12 & 13. 16. Support the differential with a floor jack and remove the hardware on the drivers side as shown in PHOTO 14 using a 17mm wrench.

2000 Audi A6 OIL PAN (A4 And A6) Removal And Installation Manual

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OIL PAN(A4 & A6) Removal (Lower Pan- A4 & A6) 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. 2. Remove engine noise insulator (undercover). See Fig. 12 . Drain engine oil. 3. Unbolt left and right swaybar stabilizer bracket bolts (4) from mounting bracket. See Fig. 98 . Lower swaybar stabilizer not more than 10cm (3.94 INCHES) and secure with heavy wire. 4. If vehicle is equipped with automatic transmission, unbolt oil cooler pipe (line) bracket from right side oil pan. 5. Remove lower oil pan. To install oil pan (lower), see INSTALLATION (LOWER OIL PAN- A4 & A6) . Installation (Lower Oil Pan- A4 & A6) 1. Ensure oil pan surfaces are clean and dry. Remove residual sealant from oil pan, if necessary, with hand drill and plastic brush instead of a flat scrapper. See Fig. 99 . Install gasket. 2. Install 2 bolts diagonal to each other (to hold up pan). Install the rest of the bolts and hand tighten. 3. Starting at center and moving outward, tighten lower oil pan to upper oil pan bolts to 10 N.m (89 INCH lbs.). Tighten oil pan drain plug 30 N.m (22 ft. lbs.). Wait 30 minutes before filling with engine oil. Tighten all bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS . 4. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure. Fill and bleed cooling system. See COOLING SYSTEM BLEEDING . Removal (Upper Oil Pan- A4 & A6) 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove oil dipstick. Unbolt oil dipstick tube at front of cylinder head. Remove oil dipstick tube. 2. Remove engine noise insulator (undercover). See Fig. 12 . Drain engine oil. 3. Move lock carrier into service position. See LOCK CARRIER . This will allow servicing of front engine components and facilitate removal of oil pan. 4. Open coolant expansion tank cap, drain cooling system at radiator. Open the coolant pump bearing housing drain plug. Located at bottom of block near transmission bell housing, drivers side of vehicle. See Fig. 32 – Fig. 33 . If vehicle is equipped with automatic transmission, unbolt oil cooler pipe (line) CAUTION: Wear eye protection NOTE: Obtain radio code before disconnecting battery. For help in identifying components and component locations, refer to illustrations Fig. 108 -Fig. 109 . NOTE: If engine is out of car, ensure oil pan is aligned with cylinder block on flywheel side. 2000 Audi A6 1998-02 ENGINES’ ’2.8L V6 30-Valve 2000 Audi A6 1998-02 ENGINES’ ’2.8L V6 30-Valve bracket from right side oil pan. 5. Position Engine Support (10-222A) with (10-222A/3) engine support adapter, or equivalent, on bolted flanges of fenders. Connect support bracket to front and rear engine lifting eyes. Lift up engine as far as possible. DO NOT use excessive force to raise engine. 6. Cut tie wraps and open bracket supporting starter wiring. See Fig. 97 . Disconnect electrical connection at starter.

2000 Dodge Dakota & Durango Power Windows ADJUSTMENTS

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ADJUSTMENTS WINDOWS Remove door trim panel. See DOOR TRIM PANEL under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. Loosen bolts holding window to regulator. Raise window fully, seating window in frame. Tighten bolts. Install door trim panel. TROUBLE SHOOTING POWER WINDOWS On Dakota, inspect circuit breaker No. 20 (20-amp) in junction block. On Durango inspect circuit breaker No. 21 (25-amp) in junction block. On all models, junction block is located on left end of instrument panel. Inspect fuse No. 9 (40-amp on Dakota, 50-amp on Durango) in Power Distribution Center (PDC). PDC is located in left front corner of engine compartment. Inspect power window system ground circuit. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . SYSTEM TESTS ALL WINDOWS INOPERATIVE Dakota 1. Check circuit breaker for power window system. See TROUBLE SHOOTING . Replace circuit breaker as necessary. If circuit breaker is okay, go to next step. 2. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove driver’s front power window switch. See POWER WINDOW SWITCH under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. Check for continuity between ground and terminal No. 3 (Black wire) at driver power window switch wiring harness connector. If continuity exists, go to next step. If continuity does not exist, repair open in Black wire between driver power window 2000 Dodge Durango 2000 ACCESSORIES & EQUIPMENT’ ‘Power Windows – Dakota & Durango 2000 Dodge Durango 2000 ACCESSORIES & EQUIPMENT’ ‘Power Windows – Dakota & Durango switch connector and ground. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . 3. Connect negative battery cable. Turn ignition on. Measure voltage between ground and terminal No. 5 (Tan wire) at driver’s power window switch wiring harness connector. If battery voltage is present, check driver power window switch. See POWER WINDOW SWITCH under COMPONENT TESTS. If battery voltage is not present, repair open Tan wire between driver power window switch connector and ignition switch. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . See POWER DISTRIBUTION article in WIRING DIAGRAMS. Durango 1. Check circuit breaker for power window system. See TROUBLE SHOOTING . Replace circuit breaker as necessary. If circuit breaker is okay, go to next step. 2. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove driver’s front power window switch. See POWER WINDOW SWITCH under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. 3. Check for continuity between ground and terminal No. 5 (Black wire) at driver’s power window switch wiring harness connector. If continuity exists, go to next step. If continuity does not exist, repair open in Black wire between driver’s power window switch connector and ground. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . 4. Reconnect negative battery cable. Turn ignition on. Measure voltage between ground and terminal No. 4 (Tan wire) at driver’s power window switch wiring harness connector. If battery voltage is present, check driver’s power window switch. See POWER WINDOW SWITCH under COMPONENT TESTS. If battery voltage is not present, repair open Tan wire between driver power window switch connector and ignition switch. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . See POWER DISTRIBUTION article in WIRING DIAGRAMS. ONE WINDOW INOPERATIVE