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How hard would it be to change the brakes on a 1991 Cadillac Seville

December 27th, 2010 · No Comments

My boyfriend has a 1991 Cadillac Seville. How hard is it to change the brakes on this kind of car? My dad can do a regular car but wasn’t sure about this one. Would it be easier just to buy the parts and take it to a mechanic and pay more?
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How often do i need to change the oil in my volkswagen passat?

December 25th, 2010 · No Comments

Hi! I have a 2006 Volkswagen Passat. I had previously thought that I need to change my oil ever 3 months or 3000 miles. I read online today that I only need to change my oil every 5000 or at least once a year. Can someone clarify that for me?
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Should i get a Suzuki GV or a Volkswagen Jetta?

December 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

I’m looking to buy my first car and i want it to be one that lasts. I know that vw is a really good brand and that it will last me awile, but i dont really know about suzuki. and i like that the gv is an suv. so my question to you is how good is suzuki? is it dependable? will it last me?
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How different is an 09 Dodge Dakota engine from the previous year models?

December 21st, 2010 · No Comments

I’d like to put a cold air intake into my 09 Dodge Dakota, but apprently its too new for many after market parts and they only go till 08…
is there a big difference in the engine or will an 08 intake work in my 09?
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Around how much will it cost me to get a new fuel pump installed?

December 21st, 2010 · No Comments

I have a 98 chevrolet K1500 4×4 pickup with 5.7 liter V8 and my fuel pump went out on me yesterday and im trying to figure out how much it will cost me all together with installation and everything.
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How many miles will a Ford v6 Engine out of a Mondeo be reliable for?

December 16th, 2010 · No Comments

Problem: I am looking to buy a ford mondeo ghia 2.5 V6 but it has done 150,000 miles, the engine is clean, no residue in the oil or water, but am unsure whether 150k is too much for this engine.
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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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XR/CRF 100 120 Big Bore Kit Installation Instructions

November 21st, 2009 · No Comments

This kit is intended for use on 1993 and newer XR/CRF100’s using CDI ignition. Engine assembly requires special attention to detail. A new BBR Cylinder and piston kit have been supplied. The following measurments are critical to proper installation and performance.
Ring end gap: .012″ – .015″
Valve clearance: Intake: .002″ Exhaust: .003″
Piston to head clearance: .040″
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02-04 Civic Si Race Supercharger Installation Instructions

November 14th, 2009 · No Comments

Before proceeding with the installation, it is important to know that to validate the 2 year, 100K warranty on your new JR supercharger, you must completely fill out the Moss Motors / Jackson Racing warranty card that comes in every kit, including serial number which is on a small white ‘bar code’ label on the body of the supercharger. Write down all of the numbers which appear on that label in the appropriate space on the warranty card. Be certain to do this now because once your supercharger is installed, it may be almost impossible to retrieve that serial number.
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99-up Chevy/GMC Truck Tailgate Cap Instructions

October 16th, 2009 · No Comments

1. Remove the factory plastic tailgate cap.
A. Remove any tape residue from the truck by wrapping a cloth shop towel or terry cloth rag tightly around knuckles and push firmly against remaining tape.
B. Remove any remaining glue or dirt with Naptha, Paint Thinner or Adhesive Remover. Then clean surface with Isopropyl alcohol and wipe clean.
C. If you have purchased the gray smooth paintable Tailgate Cap go to step 2; if you have purchased the black textured Tailgate Cap go to step 3.
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