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2005 Nissan Altima engine won’t start until second turn of the key

December 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

The problem just started today. I turn the key and the engine won’t start now longer how long I let the starter go. It’s only until I turn the key the second time when the car starts, but I do have to turn the key longer than normal for it to turn on.
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How to make Nissan Pick up faster?

December 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

I have a 1995 nissan pick up it has about 130000 miles on it. I got it for free from my grandfather and i really was just wondering how to make it faster without spending a boat load of money. I really want to make it faster so i can smoke my buddy’s who talk about it. if you didn’t already no the nissan hardboard’s are already fast. i just want to make mine faster.
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1997 Ford Contour Timing Belt Removing & Installation

August 4th, 2010 · No Comments

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION TIMING BELT
Removal
1. Noting position for installation reference, disconnect secondary wires from spark plugs. Remove spark plugs. 2. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air intake resonators. Remove power steering pressure hose bracket from lifting eye, and position aside. 3. Support engine from above using Three Bar Engine Support (D88L-6000-A) or equivalent. Remove upper timing belt cover. 4. Mark position of upper front engine mount before removal. Remove upper front mount. If equipped, disconnect coolant level sensor connector from coolant recovery reservoir. Remove retainers attaching recovery reservoir, and position aside. Remove upper front mount insulator. 5. Loosen water pump pulley bolts. (more…)

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Honda Twin & Single Cam Timing Kit Instructions

November 17th, 2009 · No Comments

VS4656 Engine Setting/Locking Tool Kit provides the special tools called for when replacing timing belts on Honda models. The kit includes Tensioner Tools and Locking Pins. Many Honda sohc and twin cam engines, including those fitted in Rover 600 Series models, have balancer shafts connected to the crankshaft pulley by a balancer shaft belt. During removal and refitting of the timing belt the balancer shaft belt is removed.
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Hondata Installation Manual

November 2nd, 2009 · No Comments

This installation manual covers the installation of all Hondata stages. Some information in this manual will not apply if you are not installing all the Hondata features.
Shift light
This is a high intensity LED wired in parallel with the factory check engine light. At a certain rpm the LED will light as an indication of when you should change gear. The shift light rpm can be set with a dash mounted push button.
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Chevrolet, GMC, & AMC Jeep 2.8 Litre 60° V6 Instructions

September 2nd, 2009 · No Comments

• EGR SYSTEM: For EGR applications when using Performer top #3787, you must drill a 7/16″ hole in the manifold base prior to installation (see Figure 2). Be sure to blow chips out of manifold. This procedure is not necessary for non-EGR installations.
• MANIFOLD: This manifold is designed as a two-piece manifold; the base, or lower part, (#3785), bolts directly to the cylinder heads. There are two interchangeable tops to choose from. The Performer 2V top, #3787, accepts the OEM 2-bbl. carburetor and EGR system for use on the street or off-road situations. It comes with linkage, hardware, gaskets and instructions to bolt directly to base #3785. The Performer 4V top, #3789, accepts standard flange carburetors and is not equipped for EGR. This top also comes with link-age, hardware, gaskets, and instructions to bolt directly to the base #3785. See “Carburetor Recommendations” below for both tops.
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4.6 4V Cam Installation and Timino Instructions

August 24th, 2009 · No Comments

PROCEDURE:
• Install camshafts, matching each cam to present cams in engine.
NOTE: Most cams are marked in positioning slot at rear of cam s haït
Example: LE=Lefl ExhausL Follow Ford procedure for Lorque
Pattern and values on cam caps-diagram 10,11
* Ensure key ways are down – use positioning tool – diagram 8.S
• Install secondary cam gears & chains — refer to service manual for timing mark locations {pull tensioner pins).
NOTE: Install all secondary gears without the keys If keys are Integral part of gear, remove by machining. – diagram 7
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351 C.I.D. Ford Cleveland V8 Non-EGR Engines Performer 351-4v Installation Instructions

August 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

Performer series intake manifolds are compatible with aftermarket camshafts and headers designed to operate in the idle-5500 RPM range. Edelbrock offers a dyno-matched, street proven camshaft; Performer-Plus #2172. Header primary tube diameter should be 1-5/8” depending on your specific engine combination.
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Petrol Engine Twin Camshaft Setting/Locking Tool Set

August 19th, 2009 · No Comments

Setting engine timing on all current Ford 16v, Twin Camshaft engines (Zetec/Duratec) requires the tools included in VS1152.V2 Set.
Additionally, replacement of the timing belt requires the crankshaft pulley to be removed and therefore Associated Tools VS1013 or VS4736 are needed, depending upon engine type.
CAMSHAFT SETTING PLATE – VS115/01
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Jegs Chevy Instructions

August 15th, 2009 · No Comments

1. Remove stock timing cover. Rotate engine to top dead center of cylinder #1 so that the timing marks on the original crank and cam sprockets are directly lined up with each other, i.e. the mark on the crank sprocket will be at 12 o’clock (straight up) and the mark on the cam sprocket will be at 6 o’clock (straight down).
2. Remove sprockets and chain.
3. Install desired offset bushing from enclosed set. Set selection provides 0-Gray, 2-Gold, 4-Copper, 6-Silver, 8-Black, Camshaft Degree Options.
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