Read the introductory text and the complete procedure to de- termine which parts will be needed. Inspection I tasks are listed in Table b. Oil change equipment includes drain plug wrench 17mm , 8 qt. . Aerosol cleaners and solvents may contain hazardous ordeadly vapors and are highly flammable. . .
Continuing to drive an overheated car can cause extensive engine damage. Check for leaks at the water pump on the front of the engine. Most often, the parts General for electrical troubleshooting. . Be sure the transmission fluid has been topped off before starting the tow. Wipe up spills at once, but do not store the oily rags, which can ignite and burn spontaneously. Pay attention and stick to these few important safety rules.
It is this level of detail, along with hundreds of photos and illustrations, that guide the reader through each service and repair procedure. . For components sealed with gaskets, this method helpsto ensure thatthe gasket will seal properly and complete- ly. The transmission type with its identifying code may be important when buying clutch parts, seals, gas Moda¡ Year. Special tools required to perform certain service operations areidentified in the manual and are recommendedforuse. Use of tools other than those recommended in this service manual may be detrimental to the car's safe operation as well as the safety of the person servicing the car. This includes text, figures, and tables.
Aswitch is open when the circuit Many of the maíntenance and repairtasks in this manual cal¡ is ínterrupted, and closed when the circuit is completed. For information -on engine correct model designation for your car. This manual illustrates the work- shop procedures required for most service work; it is nota substitute for full and up-to-date information from the vehicle manufacturer or for proper training as an automotive technician. For hex fasteners on fluid lines, like brake lines and fuel lines, a fiare-nut wrench offers the acivantages of a box-end wrench with a slot that ailows it to fit over the line. With all wheels on the ground, fullytighten the nuts in acrisscross pattern. At the appropriate time, the system indicates, through lights in the instrument cluster, when Oil Service the next routine maintenance is due. These very important headings have diflerent meanings.
Blocks or bricks, while strong, are not designed for that kind of load, and may brakk orcollapse. Remove the round cover from jack mount using a screwdriver. A Channel-lock® or water pump plier has adjustable jacas that can be quickly changed to match the size ofthe object being held to give great- erleverage. A locking plier such as the Vise-Grip® is useful because of its tight grip. You of ignition away from the tire repair area. This keeps the heat and the solder from trav- eling up the wire. Read al¡ the instructions thoroughly, do not attempt shortcuts.
There are four jacking points from which the car can be safely raised. . . Think about whether the condition of your car, your leve¡ of mechanical skill, or your leve¡ of reading comprehension might result in orcontribute in some way to an occurrence which might cause you injury, damage your car, or result in an unsafe repair. Use a portable safety light for working inside or underthe car. . This manual includes such repairs for the benefit of these with the necessary experience and ac- cess to tools.
This manual was published by Robert Bentley, Inc. We regretthat we cannot supply updates to purchasers of this manual. Use only in a well ventilated area. See 340 Brakes for more information. They may fall into confined spaces and be difficult to retrieve, be- come caught in beits or other rotating parts when the engine is started, or cause electrical shorts and damage to the electrical system. One location is in the rear of the engine compartment, en- other in the lower left comer of the windshield. The airbag s is inflated by an explo- sive device.
If there is gas in the tank, you should hear a sloshing sound at the filler neck. Always use a solder made specifically for electrical work rosin core. Use only jack stands that are designed for the purpose. Two orthree different sizes of each type will be required, since a screwdriver The cómbination wrench is the most universal. This manual includes detailed information on these basic tools and other tips for the begin- ner in the first section of the manual, entitled 010 Fundamentals for the Do-It-Yourself Owner.