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Replacing Faulty Shock Absorber

Materials Needed:
Car Jack

Wrench

STEPS
1: Place the jack on the hinge, the
arm will move and the mechanic
gets enough space to work in

7. Place spring compressor

5. Remove tie-rod so you are able


to remove the Shock assembly

2. Remove the wheel


8. Unbolt the top

3. Remove Electronic Connection


(if available)
9. Remove the shock absorber
10. Replace spring on the new
shock absorber and bolt the top,
remove spring compressors
6. Pull out the Shock Absorber

4. Unbolt the top and bottom


bolts

11. Put the tie-rod back in place


12. Put the wheel back in place
Done.

How to Change Your Air Filter


Steps

2.

5. Take out the air filter.

1. Obtain the correct


replacement filter

3.

6. Clean the air filter housing.

2. Open the bonnet

4.

7. Replace the filter.

3. Locate the air filter unit. The


air filter unit is usually situated on
top of the engine.
5.

1.

4. Remove the air


filter cover. Loosen the hose
clamp that seals the air conduct.
Undo all the screws holding the air
6.
filter cover.

8.Replace the cover. Tighten all


the screws or clamps and recheck
that you have put everything firmly
back together by rocking the unit
gently with both hands. Shut the
bonnet securely.

9. Check the filter regularly to


keep your car breathing at
maximum efficiency by keeping
the dust out.

How to Replace an Exhaust Manifold Gasket


Steps

9.
5.

1.

Open the bonnet and locate


the exhaust manifold

Now, you should see the


remnants of the old exhaust
manifold gasket stuck to the
side of the engine block,
remove any excess with a
scraper or similar.

Finally tighten the bolts


securing the manifold to the
down pipe

10.

2.

6.
Remove the carburettor and
air intake

7.
3.

Disconnect the exhaust


manifold from the exhaust
down pipe by undoing the
bolts that hold them together,
now disconnect the exhaust
manifold where it joins the
engine block by undoing the
bolts/studs that hold it there

Job done!
Make sure the area is clean

Fit the new gasket ensuring


it's on the right way

8.

Put the exhaust manifold


back into place and do up the
studs/bolts holding the

4.
Remove the exhaust manifold
completely from the vehicle

manifold to the engine block

How to Change Oil


Steps:

8.) Lubricate o-ring of new filter

1.) Locate oil filter


2.) Locate oil plug
3.) Undo oil cap

9.) Attach new filter


10.) Put drain plug back in
11.) Refill with new oil
4.) Place a container below the oil
pan

12.) Put oil cap on


13.) Check oil level
5.) Unscrew oil plug

14.) Job done


6.) Let oil drain

7.) Remove oil filter

How to replace rear wheel bearing

1.) Jack the car up

6.) Remove Hub

11.) Tighten with nut


12.) Reassemble and put the
wheel back in
7.) Disassemble Hub
2) Remove the wheel

13.) Tighten all nuts


14.) Job Done!

3.) Remove Brake Caliper

8.) Grind off Bearing Race

4.) Remove Brake Disk

9.) Place the new Bearing on top


of the Hub

5.) Remove bolts

10.) Hammer it on until the


Bearing is securely in place

Replacing Clutch
1.) Jack the car up

2.) Remove the wheel

5.) Remove shaft

10.) Unbolt and remove Clutch


Plate

6.) Repeat with the other drive


shaft
7.) Unbolt the bolts holding the
transmission to the engine

11.) Lubricate Spline prior to


replacing Clutch

3.) Remove bolts and axle and


expose the drive shaft

8.) Take off transmission mount

12.) Place new Clutch

9.) Dislodge Transmission

13.) Place throwout bearing and


bolt the clutch assembly
4.) Remove the drain bolt

14.) Fit the transmission in


15.) Place back drain bolt
16.) Tighten up all loose bolts

How to Fix a Car That Stalls


Steps

1.

to adjust the timing. With the


right tools and know how, this is
an easy and free task. If your
vehicle has fuel injection, you
can check the injector by using
a screwdriver or mechanics
scope. The injectors will make a
clicking/snapping sound if
working. No sound may indicate
a bad injector available at most

Consider the complexity of


your car before beginning
and take your car to a trusted
repair shop.

DIY auto parts stores. It could


also indicate an electrical failure
with the circuit that drives the
fuel injector. Also, check the
Ignition Control Module , idle
control motor that controls the
air mixture.

2.

The stall is likely caused by


either a problem in the
electrical system or in the
fuel system.

5.
3.

Drive the car up and down


steep hills. .

6.
4.

Does the car idle roughly and


stall when at idle? If your car
has a distributor, you may need

if your car has a distributor,


you might consider changing
the cap, rotor, wires and
plugs.

If your car diesels when you


turn off the ignition, it means
that your car most likely has
a carburetor and the idle
speed adjustment is too high.

7.

In rare cases, your car may


stall due to what is
commonly called a "vapor
lock", a situation that occurs
when the fuel lines supplying
gas to the engine become hot
enough to boil the gas in the
line turning it into vapor. Fuel
pumps are designed to pump
liquid not vapor and thus fail
to provide enough fuel
pressure. However, a clogged
fuel tank vent system can
cause a vacuum in the fuel line
that causes fuel to eventually
stop reaching the engine. This
also is a problem unique to
carburated engines. Fuel
injected engines commonly
have "closed loop" fuel delivery
systems that make this
condition unlikely to occur. Try
opening your gas cap. If you
hear a "whooshing" sound, like
when you open a can of coffee,
it means the gas tank is not
venting properly. Now try
starting the car. It should work
after a couple tries. This is
usually found only in older cars.
If you have it, this will probably
happen again, so your tank
vent system should be checked
for blockage. More often than
not, the problem can be traced
to a cheap replacement locking
gas cap. A cheap fix is to drill a
small hole in your gas cap to
allow air in and prevent the
vacuum from forming, but the
gas cap should not be left this
way.

How to Install a Car Starter


Take your car from the jack

Steps

stands or ramps.

5.

1.

Locate your particular car's


starter.Ad

10.

6.

2.

11.

Insert the starter and bolt it in


place.

Block the rear wheels. Raise


the car and set it on jack stands
or a pair of ramps that are high
enough for you to crawl under
the car.
8.

4.

Creep back under the car and


reconnect the starter wires.

Disconnect the positive


battery cable from the
battery.

7.

3.

Pull the starter from its


location.

Crawl under the car, and


remove the bolts.

9.

Check to make sure you have


not forgotten any
connections or bolts before
you crawl back out from the
car.

Reconnect the positive


battery cable.

How to Test a Starter Solenoid


Steps
the voltmeters negative lead.
Then have a friend try to start
the car. When he or she turns
the key, the voltmeter should
read 12 volts.
1.

Move the car to a position


where you can access the
starter solenoid.

4.

Test a starter solenoid by


applying current directly from
the battery.
2.

Locate the electrical


connectors on the starter
solenoid. One of the posts has
a braided wire that attaches to
the starter. This is the positive
connection.

Remove the ignition switch wire


from the solenoid and, using an
insulated screwdriver, short the
solenoids positive post to the
terminal where the ignition
switch connects. Doing so will
apply 12 volts directly from the
battery. This should activate the
solenoid, and the starter should
crank the car. If the ignition

3.

Ensure that your starter

switch isnt delivering quite

solenoid is getting the proper

enough current or the solenoid

amount of power by using a

is old and sticking, this may

voltmeter at the solenoids

reveal the problem.

positive connection.

Place the positive lead of the


voltmeter at the positive
solenoid connection and ground

How to Change a Car Battery


Make sure the battery needs
to be replaced.

Clean the terminal clamps


Locate the battery - The
battery should be located in
an accessible part on either
side of the car's frame.

Buy the correct replacement


battery.

and the battery tray.

Identify battery terminals Locate the positive and the


negative terminals of the old
car battery.

Replace the battery - Place


the new battery where you
just took the old battery out,
with the positive and
negative terminals on the
correct sides.Connect all the
screws, clamps or bars that
may hold the battery in place.

Disconnect the negative


terminal - Loosen the
negative cable clamp with a
wrench (Usually 8mm or
10mm) and slide it off of the
terminal.

Reconnect the positive


terminal - Tighten the clamps
using a wrench.

Remove the cigarette lighter


and plug the memory keeper
into the lighter socket.
Disconnect the positive
terminal.

Remove the car battery Unfasten the battery holder


and remove any screws,
clamps or bars holding the
battery in place.

Reconnect the negative


terminal - Tighten the clamp
with the wrench.
Apply battery lithium grease Spray the terminals with
lithium grease to prevent
corrosion.
Close the hood - Shut the
hood of your car firmly and
start your car. Check that all
the electronic devices are
working properly.