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1991 Saab 9000 L4-2290cc 2.3L DOHC Turbo EFI Axle Shaft Removal And Installation Manual

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Service and Repair Notes Removal Important: Thorough cleanliness must be observed during all work on drive shafts and drive shaft joints, to prevent dirt and dust getting into the joints. Before starting work, always clean the wheel arch, MacPherson strut and other areas around the drive shaft and joints. 1Unfasten the hub centre-nut. 2Lift the car and remove the wheel. 3Remove the hub centre-nut. Push the axle stub back approx. 2 cm (if it pushed further back it can damage the tripod). Use puller 87 91 287 and puller arms 87 91 303 together with tool 87 91 154, puller bracket, the belongs to tool collection for manual gear boxes. 4Remove the steering-swivel member from the MacPherson strut and unfasten the flexible hose from the hose mounting and, if appropriate, also unfasten the ABS sensor and cable. Important: Scrupulously clean the rubber gaiter and the universal joint driver. 5Remove the clamp securing the rubber gaiter on the inner universal joint driver. Pull the universal joint apart and fit the protective cover on the rubber gaiter and universal joint driver. 6Pull out the drive shaft from the hub. Fitting 1Remove existing grease out of the universal joint driver and carefully clean the interior. 2 Pack the universal joint driver with grease, 60 g Mobile K 575 GS. Observe great cleanliness. Motor / ALLDATA Online – 1991 Saab 9000 L4-2290cc 2.3L DOHC T… http://www.motoralldata.com/alldata/MOTOR~V71595976~C19965~… 3 of 4 3/26/2008 12:03 AM Zoom Sized for Print

2002 Land Rover Freelander (LN) V6-2.5L Automatic Transmission/Transaxle Service and Repair Manual

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Automatic Transmission/Transaxle: Service and Repair Gearbox – KV6 – NAS Models JATCO Gearbox – KV6 – NAS models Remove 1. Position the vehicle on a twin-post lift. 2. Tie bonnet back in upright position. 3. Disconnect battery earth lead. 4. Remove engine acoustic cover. 5. Release HO2S multiplug from support bracket on LH camshaft cover, disconnect multiplug. 6. Raise vehicle on lift. 7. Remove rear beam. 8. Remove RH catalytic converter 2002 Land Rover Freelander (LN) V6-2.5L Copyright © 2010, ALLDATA 10.20 Page 3 12. Remove bolt securing front pipe to bracket and remove front pipe. Discard gasket. 13. Remove 3 screws securing LH splash shield and remove shield 14. Release HO2S lead from clip on cylinder block. Remove 4 nuts securing exhaust manifold to cylinder head, remove manifold and discard gasket. 15. Drain fluid from IRD. 16. Drain gearbox fluid. 17. FitLRT-54-026 to the RH drive shaft inboard joint. 18. Using a suitable lever, release drive shaft from IRD. 19. With assistance, pull hub outwards and release drive shaft from IRD. CAUTION: Care must be taken not to damage oil seal when removing drive shaft from IRD. CAUTION: To avoid damage to gaiter or joint, do not allow shaft to hang on joint. 20. Remove LRT-54-026 from RH drive shaft inboard joint.

Ford Sierra Service and Repair Manual Download

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Puddles on the garage floor or drive, or obvious wetness under the bonnet or underneath the car, suggest a leak that needs investigating. It can sometimes be difficult to decide where the leak is coming from, especially if the engine bay is very dirty already. Leaking oil or fluid can also be blown rearwards by the passage of air under the car, giving a false impression of where the problem lies. Warning: Most automotive oils and fluids are poisonous. Wash them off skin, and change out of contaminated clothing, without delay. Identifying leaks The smell of a fluid leaking from the car may provide a clue to what’s leaking. Some fluids are distinctively coloured. It may help to clean the car carefully and to park it over some clean paper overnight as an aid to locating the source of the leak. Remember that some leaks may only occur while the engine is running. Sump oil Gearbox oil Brake fluid Power steering fluid Oil from filter Antifreeze Engine oil may leak from the drain plug… …or from the base of the oil filter. Leaking antifreeze often leaves a crystalline deposit like this. Gearbox oil can leak from the seals at the inboard ends of the driveshafts. A leak occurring at a wheel is almost certainly brake fluid. Power steering fluid may leak from the pipe connectors on the steering rack. 0•9 Roadside repairs When jump-starting a car using a booster battery, observe the following precautions: ? Before connecting the booster battery, make sure that the ignition is switched off. ? Ensure that all electrical equipment (lights, heater, wipers, etc) is switched off. ? Make sure that the booster battery is the same voltage as the discharged one in the vehicle. ? If the battery is being jump-started from the battery in another vehicle, the two vehcles MUST NOT TOUCH each other. ? Make sure that the transmission is in neutral (or PARK, in the case of automatic transmission). Jump starting will get you out of trouble, but you must correct whatever made the battery go flat in the first place. There are three possibilities: 1 The battery has been drained by repeated attempts to start, or by leaving the lights on. 2 The charging system is not working properly (alternator drivebelt slack or broken, alternator wiring fault or alternator itself faulty). 3 The battery itself is at fault (electrolyte low, or battery worn out). Connect one end of the red jump lead to the positive (+) terminal of the flat battery Connect the other end of the red lead to the positive (+) terminal of the booster battery. Connect one end of the black jump lead to the negative (-) terminal of the booster battery Connect the other end of the black jump lead to a bolt or bracket on the engine block, well away from the battery, on the vehicle to be started. 1 2 3 4 Make sure that the jump leads will not come into contact with the fan, drive- belts or other moving parts of the engine. 5 Start the engine using the booster battery, then with the engine running at idle speed, disconnect the jump leads in the reverse order of connection

Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) On, Transmission Stuck in Second or Third Gear, Instrument Cluster Inoperative (Verify and Repair Source of Voltage Loss In Transmission Solenoid Power Supply Circuit )

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2006 and Prior GM Passenger Cars and Light Duty Trucks 2005-2006 HUMMER H2 2006 HUMMER H3 2005-2006 Saab 9-7X with 4L60-E, 4L65-E, 4L80-E or 4L85-E Automatic Transmission (RPOs M30, M32, M33, MT1, MN8) 1. With the ignition switch in the RUN position, test for battery voltage at the circuit fuse in the transmission solenoid power supply circuit. Refer to the appropriate SI Document for the transmission solenoid power supply circuit information. 2. If battery voltage is present at the fuse, inspect the ignition voltage circuit between the fuse and the transmission for possible opens. 3. If battery voltage is not present at the fuse, test for continuity between the fuse and the ignition switch. If NO ontinuity is between the fuse and the ignition switch, repair the open in that circuit. 4. If you have continuity between the fuse and the ignition switch, the most likely cause is the ignition switch. Replace the ignition switch using the appropriate Ignition Switch Replacement procedure in SI. Refer to group number 2.188 of the parts catalog for part description and usage of the ignition switch. Warranty Information (excluding Saab U.S. Models) For vehicles repaired under warranty, use: Warranty Information (Saab U.S. Models) For vehicles repaired under warranty, use: Labor Operation Description Labor Time N6630 Wiring and/or Connector, Transmission – Repair Use published labor operation time Labor Operation Description Failed Object Fault/Reason Code Location Code Warranty Type Repair/Action Code Labor Time 3711401 Replace part, Adj., Wiring Harness, A/T Incl. diagnosis time 2005 37114 67 0 01 05 Use published labor operation time

1981-1996 ISUZU Amigo/Pick-ups/Rodeo/Trooper Glow Plugs SYSTEM TESTING REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION MANUAL

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SYSTEM TESTING See Figures 1, 2, 3 and 4 Fig. Fig. 1: Glow plug system schematic Fig. Fig. 2: Dropping resistor and glow plug relay locations Fig. Fig. 3: Thermo switch location Fig. Fig. 4: Dropping resistor check To test the dropping resistor, check for continuity across the terminals as described in the illustration. If no continuity exists, replace the unit. 1. To test the thermo switch, first remove the switch. Submerge the end of the switch in water and raise the temperature gradually. The switch should be off at 126-140°F (53-60°C) or lower. The switch should be on at 134-145°F (57-63°C) or higher. If not, replace the switch. 2. REMOVAL & INSTALLATION See Figure 5 Fig. Fig. 5: Location of the glow plugs The glow plugs are located under the injection nozzles, and are threaded into the cylinder head. Disconnect the negative (-) battery cable. 1. Disconnect the glow plug and unscrew it from the engine. 2. To install: Lubricate with anti-seize compound before installing the plug. 3. Install and tighten the plug to 65 ft. lbs. (88 Nm). 4. Reconnect the plug wiring. 5. Connect the battery cable and check operation. 6.