Possibly it may be something else, water pump? Apply the emergency brake and set the tire blocks behind the rear tires. I was told that my radiator fan assembly died. They took it for a test drive and said that I must have been on something cause there was nothing wrong with the car. This second guy hooked it up to 2 computers and used different programs and took it for test drive after test drive and he said that there was nothing wrong with the car. The fuses will be labeled on the inside of the panel. Use a socket wrench with a matching socket the same size as the hex head bolt in the center of the tension pulley. If coolant is leaking into engine oil, the dipstick oil will boil when a few drops are dribbled onto a hot exhaust pipe.
Remove thermostat and water feed assembly bolts. This is not a small job! That could be a brake dragging. Inspected and replaced failing evap purge and vent solenoids. Finally, slide the new fuse into the slot to have … a new fuse for the power steering. The serpentine belt is the long belt that runs along the water pump and around the other pulleys such as the belt tensioner. Car would not start without a jump then finally would not start at all. I urge you to have this looked at by a professional.
Apparently the radiator fan assembly went which burnt out the plastic water pump propeller. I have also noticed a dramatic loss in miles used in a tank of gas. Never work on a car that is only supported with a jack; always use jack stands. I wish you the best with this situation. So my guy took it to the guy who does his transmission work. I'm not so sure about this problem resulting from a bad head gasket. Keep refilling with power steering fluid until all the air bubbles are gone and the steering is easy and quiet, like normal.
Remove Passanger front tire, along with plastic splash shield 3. Prior to your recent oil change, how many miles had passed, and what was the color of the oil then? Other than paragraphs being a great help in figuring out this problem, I would ask the following. Turned out to be a pinched pcv line on the back of the engine 128000 km Check engine light was on. Pour the required amount of oil in through the top of the engine and close the cap. Problem traced to failed camshaft position sensors. Coolant will boil, not oil.
Remove the bolt seururing the adjusting bar itself and the bolts at the rear of the pump along with the engine lift bracket. If coolant is leaking into engine oil, the dipstick oil will boil when a few drops are dribbled onto a hot exhaust pipe. I am at a loss and utterly confused and frustrated that no one can find out what is wrong. Pay special attention to avoid part damage and to ensure proper sealing. I have a 2004 Saturn Ion with 125K miles on it. Apply the emergency brake and set the tire blocks behind the rear tires.
What's been the maintenance history related to oil changes? Have the shop check for a dragging brake. Install air cleaner assembly and air inlet tube. If you've never done this before, set aside about an hour or two for the job. If power there, the pump must be bad. Dealer found no error codes, so dealer did nothing. Remove the hoses from the back of the pump and drain the fluid.
Found excessive corrosion on the line. I know, I've done it myself. When you install the pulley, use the special tool and push it until the hub is flush with the shaft. Us … e a 14mm wrench to reduce tention on the serpentine belt enough so you can slide the belt off 6. The problem is in the motor unit, and it is not seerviveable. The pump comes out the rear of the timing cover. If there is a lot of residue on the surface, you can use a razor blade.
I was getting around 230 miles a tank, it is closer to 200 now. If no power there at pump, check fuses for pump and fuel pump relay. See product for application and installation details. Twice bought sensor and found it didn't fit engine. A long block consists of the engine block, pistons, heads, and valvetrain.