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What kind of special tools are there for 97-99 Audi A4 B5 platform?

May 1st, 2012 · No Comments

I want to repair my audi a4 1.8t by myself, i want to do just about everyting to it, but don’t know what tools to get before i do the future repairs. as for the repairs, anything from the engine to the suspension to electrical. can anyone name me every special tool there is for an audi a4 1.8t, 97 and 99?
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Need help with replacement of 2000 Ford Mustang Engine?

December 16th, 2010 · No Comments

Problem: I have a 2000 Ford Mustang and i have a rod knocking and piston slap and i need to rebuild the engine. I am well versed in older pre-1990 technology and i’m wondering what kind of tricky areas/troubles am i looking at, can the engine be taken out from the top or from under the car. Any special tools required. Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time.
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Transmission, Knocking Noise Under Load Technical Bulletin

July 27th, 2010 · No Comments

Knocking noises at load change from pendulum support. Tip: If vehicle is equipped with 6 speed manual transmission (MQ350), see Technical bulletin Instance number 2015981 in ElsaWeb. Technical Background Connection between pendulum support and gearbox may be loose. Engine vibrations affect the connection and may loosen the bolts. Production Solution No production change required.
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Jeep Cherokee 4″ Suspension Lift Kit JXJ34 Installation Instructions

April 5th, 2010 · No Comments

This kit is not recommended for trucks equipped with ABS brake systems or dual rear wheels. Use of this kit and/or larger tire and wheel combinations may reduce the effectiveness of ABS system and increase the amount of pedal pressure necessary to obtain a given braking distance.
1. Read carefully before proceeding with installation. This 4” lift kit is designed to be installed on ‘84-’86 Jeep Cherokee with standard “Command Trak” 5- speed transmissions. The original factory front drive shaft must be removed and replaced with new longer balanced drive shaft featuring 2 new universal joints, a new longer slip yoke and a new industrial flange on the transfer case end. The owners manual clearly states that the standard 5-speed transmission is not to be engaged and driven in 4-wheel drive on the highway or on smooth hard surfaces. This lift kit is not to be installed on vehicles with automatic “Select-Trak” transmissions. Contact your local dealer for new driveshaft.
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2001-2005 Hummer H2 4WD Superlift 6″ Lift System Front Installation Instructions

March 6th, 2010 · No Comments

Installation requires a professional mechanic. Prior to beginning, inspect the vehicles steering, driveline, and brake systems, paying close attention to the suspension link arms and bushings, anti-sway bars and bushings, tie rod ends, pitman arm, ball joints and wheel bearings. Also check the steering sector-to-frame and all suspension-to-frame attaching points for stress cracks. The overall vehicle must be in excellent working condition; repair or replace all worn parts. Read instructions several times before starting. Be sure you have all needed parts and know where they install. Read each step completely as you go.
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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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2007-08 Chevy/GMC Ton, Crew Cab, 2/4wd 3″ Body Lift Installation Instructions

October 17th, 2009 · No Comments

Zone Offroad Products recommends this system be installed by a professional technician. In addition to these instructions, profes-
sional knowledge of disassembly/ reassembly procedures and post installation checks must be known. Minimum tool requirements
include the following: Assorted metric and standard wrenches, hammer, hydraulic floor jack and a set of jack stands. See the “Special
Tools Required” section for additional tools needed to complete this installation properly and safely.
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Chevy/GMC Silverado/Sierra P/U 1500 4 Door Pro Step Installation Instructions

September 13th, 2009 · No Comments

Before Starting Installation
1. Carefully read all warnings and instructions completely before beginning.
2. Verify all parts have been received in this kit by checking the parts list at the end of this document.
3. Only install this kit on the vehicle for which it is specified.
4. Special tools needed:
a. 17/64” & 5/16” drill bits
b. Tool to trim sheet metal
5. Park vehicle on a clean, dry, flat, level surface and block tires so vehicle cannot roll in either direction.
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Chevy/GMC Tahoe, Suburban, Yukon XL 2 & 4WD Body Lift Kit Installation Instructions

September 5th, 2009 · No Comments

Installation of a body lift will change the center of gravity and the handling characteristics of the vehicle. Because of the higher center of gravity and larger tires, the vehicle will handle and react differently both on and off-road. You must drive it safely! Extreme care must be taken to prevent vehicle roll-over or loss of control, which could result in serious injury or death. Avoid sudden sharp turns or abrupt maneuvers and always make sure all vehicle occupants have their seat belts fastened.
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99-05 Chevy/GMC K1500 Dual Shock Kit Installation Instructions

August 30th, 2009 · No Comments

This kit should only be installed on a vehicle that is in good working condition. Before you install the kit, thor- oughly inspect the vehicle for corrosion or deformation of the sheet metal around the factory body mounts. If the vehicle is suspected to have been in a collision or misused, do not install this kit. Off-road use of your vehicle with this kit installed may increase the stress applied to the factory body mounts. We do not recom- mend that any vehicle with a body lift kit installed be involved in any extreme off-road maneuvers such as jumping. Failure to observe this warning may result in serious personal injury and/or severe damage to your vehicle.
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