how to change a oil cooler line on 2003 chevy blazer

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1998 Chevrolet Blazer Engine Oil Cooler Hose/Pipe Replacement

Filed Under (Chevrolet (Chevy)) by admin on 12-03-2014

Download 1998 Chevrolet Blazer – 4WD | Blazer, Bravada, Jimmy, S10 Pickup,  Sonoma (VIN S/T) Service Manual | Engine | Engine Mechanical – 4.3L | Repair Instructions. Engine Oil Cooler Hose/Pipe Replacement (4WD) Removal Procedure 1. Remove the steering linkage shield. Refer to Steering Linkage Shield Replacement in Steering Linkage. Important: Have a drain pan ready for the engine oil to drain into. 2. Remove the bolt attaching the engine oil cooler lines to the remote (frame mounted) oil filter adapter. 3. Remove and discard the seals. 4. Remove the engine oil cooler line retaining rings from the engine oil cooler line quick connectors at the radiator engine oil cooler inlet and outlet. Follow the next two steps for the proper retaining ring removal procedure. 5. Using a bent-tip screwdriver or equivalent, pull on one of the open ends of the retaining ring in order to rotate the retaining ring. 6.… Read More

Honda Silver Wing Oil/Filter Change Instructions

Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 09-12-2013

Download Time and Ease: Easy­ 30 minutes Tools/Supplies: Wrench, oil, oil pan, rags, funnel, maybe an O­ring Step 1 ­Park the scooter on its center stand on a firm, level surface. If the engine is cold, start it and let it idle for 3­5 minutes. Turn the engine off. Wait 2­3 minutes for the oil to settle. Step 2 ­Place a drain pan under the oil plug (below right side fairing) . To drain the oil, remove the oil filler cap/dipstick, oil plug , spring, and oil strainer screen. Step 3 ­Remove the oil filter with a filter wrench and let the remaining oil drain out. Discard the oil filter in an approved manner. Step 4 ­Install the oil filler cap/dipstick securely. Pour the drained oil into a suitable container and dispose of it in an approved manner. Step 5 ­Apply a thin coat of engine oil to the rubber seal of a new oil filter.… Read More

Checking oil level in automatic transmission and adding oil

Filed Under (Other Manuals) by admin on 28-03-2014

Download TRANSMISSION 722.700 in MODEL 168.031 /032 /033 /131 /132 /133 TRANSMISSION 722.701 in MODEL 168.006 /007 /008 /009 /109 TRANSMISSION 722.702 in MODEL 168.035 /135 TRANSMISSION 722.750 /751 in MODEL 414.700. Adding transmission oil Risk of accident. Secure vehicle to prevent it from moving. AS00.00-Z-0005-01A Danger! Accidents may result if the vehicle starts off unintentionally with the Wear closed and snug-fitting work clothes. engine running. Risk of injury. Do not grasp hot or rotating parts. Crushing and burn injuries may result while working on engine during when it is being started or when it is in operation. 1 Remove locking pin (1) To do this, break off the plate on the locking pin using a suitable tool and press out the remaining pin in the cap downwards 2 Remove cap (2) 3 Fill with transmission oil The vehicle must be horizontal. Transmission oil (ATF) in accordance with BB00.40-P-0236-10A Specifications for Operating Fluids, sheet no.… Read More

1999-2003 FORD SUPER DUTY F SERIES HIGH PRESSURE OIL PUMP LEAK

Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 18-12-2013

Download FORD: 1998-2003 E SERIES 1999-2003 SUPER DUTY F SERIES 2000-2003 EXCURSION, F-650, F-750 This article supersedes TSB 03-21-50 to update the WARNING service procedure and illustration. DO NOT REMOVE OR ATTEMPT TO REPAIR A LEAK AT THE PLUG PICTURED IN LOWER LEFT ISSUE CORNER OF FIGURE 1, OR DAMAGE TO THE Some 1998-2003 E-Series, 1999-2003 Super Duty, PUMP WILL RESULT. 2000-2003 Excursion, and 2000-2003 F650/750 1998-2003 E-SERIES HIGH PRESSURE OIL vehicles equipped with a 7.3L Diesel engine may PUMP ACCESS PROCEDURE (DISASSEMBLY) exhibit an oil leak at the high pressure oil pump outlet fittings and/or end plug (see Figure 1). The 1. Remove the Intake Air Resonator. For leak may appear to be a rear main crankshaft seal, additional information, refer to Section 303-12 in oil pan gasket, or other engine oil leak due to the the appropriate Workshop Manual. drain hole machined in the crankcase valley which allows any oil in the valley to run down the back of 2.… Read More

2003 Chevy Truck TrailBlazer Service and Repair

Filed Under (Chevrolet (Chevy)) by admin on 16-02-2014

Download Transmission Oil Cooler Line Quick Connect Fitting Removal Procedure Important: The front and rear sections of the cooler lines can be serviced separately. Refer to the appropriate steps when servicing individual lines. Perform the following procedure when removing the cooler lines from the quick connect fittings. 1. Pull the plastic cap back from the quick connect fining and down along the cooler line about 5 cm (2 inch) . 2. Using a bent-tip screwdriver, pull on one of the open ends of the retaining ring in order to rotate the retaining ring around the quick connect fining until the retaining ring is out of position and can be completely removed. 3. Remove the retaining ring from the quick connect fitting. 4. Discard the retaining ring. 5. Pull the cooler line straight out from the quick connect fitting. Installation Procedure Important: * Do not reuse any of existing fittings if there is excessive corrosion.… Read More

Honda/Acura Oil Cooler Kit Installation Instructions

Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 14-03-2014

Download Your installation may vary. Before installing your kit: – Remove the oil filter and clean the oil filter mount – It is recommended you leave any factory oil cooler installed (installation may increase warm-up time in cold weather and requires modifications to coolant routing) – It is recommended you remove your front bumper cover to increase accessibility to the front bumper area Cooler Installation Choose a mounting location for the oil cooler. You should choose a location that is: – Easy to route the oil lines to (and within reach) – In front of all heat-generating items (radiator, AC condenser, turbo, etc.) – Unobstructed by body panels (lots of airflow available) – Protected from curbs, debris, etc. – Is sturdy (bumper or radiator support, etc.) Once you identify a location, position the cooler where it should go (meeting the above criteria) and mark and drill holes. Mounting hardware is not included as each application/installation will vary.… Read More

2000 Buick Regal Oil Pan Replacement

Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 02-01-2014

Download Tools Required z J 28467-90A Engine Support Adapters z J 28467-B Universal Engine Support Fixture z J 36462-A Engine Support Adapter Leg Set 1. Disconnect the battery ground (negative) cable. Refer to Battery Negative Cable Disconnect/Connect Procedure in Engine Electrical. 2. Carefully disconnect the throttle body air inlet duct. 3. Remove the engine mount struts from the engine. Refer to Engine Mount Strut Replacement . 4. Remove the drive belt. Refer to Drive Belt Replacement . 5. Install the J 28467-90A , the J 28467-B and the J 36462-A . Do not raise the engine. Refer to Engine Support Fixture . 6. Raise and suitably support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle in General Information. 7. Disconnect the three-way catalytic converter pipe from the right exhaust manifold. Refer to Catalytic Converter Replacement in Engine Exhaust. 8. Remove the right front tire and wheel. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation in Tires and Wheels.… Read More

1994 AUDI UrS4 Stainless Steel Brake Flex Line Installation

Filed Under (Audi) by admin on 05-04-2014

Download Rear Line Installation I started with the right rear line since this is first in the bleeding sequence. The rear line (see Photo 1) has one threaded female flare fitting (connects to steel brake line) and one threaded male fitting (connects to the caliper). Break both fittings loose on the line on the car. Also break loose the bleeder screw on the caliper before proceeding to avoid the embarrassment of getting the new line on and not being able to bleed it. The caliper connection should come loose easily but the connection to the steel line may give some trouble on rust belt cars. Use your favorite penetrating oil on both. I had to use the flame wrench on one of my connections. Front Line Installation The front flex lines have threaded female flare connections at both ends that connect to steel brakes lines – one from the master cylinder and the other from the caliper.… Read More

Honda/Acura Oil Pan and Oil Pump Pickup Installation Instructions

Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 20-12-2013

Download NOTE: These instructions aehicle. Use approved jack standre a basic guideline and some descriptions may not apply to all vehicles. Always consult the proper service manual for complete instructions. 1. Make sure vehicle is in Park and on a level surface, emergency brake on, chock wheels and jack up vs for safety. Or place car on a lift. 2. Drain oil from pan and disconnect the oxygen sensor from the lower exhaust if equipped. Remove the lower splash shield, lower exhaust and hanger, and transaxle brackets and dustcover. Remove oil pan from engine. 3. Remove the factory oil Pump pickup. Save the mounting hardware and clean thoroughly. Also at this time scrape any old gasket material from engine block and oil pump flange. 4. Install the new Moroso Oil Pump Pickup, P/N 24010 (VTEC) or P/N 24011 (non-VTEC), with a the new oil pump pickup gasket (supplied with oil pump pickup).… Read More

Ford Super Duty 4×4 Mag Hytec Rear Diff Cover Install and Rear Diff Gear Oil Change 2004 F250 4×4 XLT Sport Crew Cab

Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 17-02-2014

Download TOOLS & PARTS I USED – Mag-Hytec Ford 10.5 rear differential cover – Redline #57914 75W140 gear oil, 6 quarts – 1/2″ socket & ratchet (cover bolt removal) – Flat screwdriver – Torque wrench – Drain pan – Several rags – Plastic putty paddle – Small funnel – Lacquer thinner – 1/4″ allen wrench (new cover bolt install) PROCEDURE Here’s a few pics of the Mag Hytec cover. Its a very impressive cover, complete with additional oil capacity, a magnetic dipstick, a drain plug, a 1/8 NPT port (for a temperature sending unit), and an o-ring to seal to the rear diff case. Here’s a shot of the dipstick (left) and temperature sender port. Here’s a pic of the drain plug on the bottom. Dipstick removed
Drain plug removed Here’s the stainless hardware that’s included with the cover. They also include the two sizes of allen wrenches needed for the installation of the bolts and to service the drain plug/diptstick/sender port.… Read More

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