As long as the antenna cord is not broken, repair is fairly simple. I changed mine with a Hepu, but that was at about 120K miles and I didn't have any issues with it, I just felt it had reached the end of it's useful life. Such problems occur where coolant reacts with the atmoshpere. I solved the problem using isolating tape. Once the mast is bent replacement is the only repair.
On a 5th generation Honda Civic the thermostat housing is located on the back of the engine, bolted to the transmission end of the head. I've been adding coolant into my car for the past 2 months but have not been able to find the leak yet. I would look around for another mechanic for a second opinion and a quote. More often than not people who purchase high end cars just can't afford them regardless of who makes them. I put some oil into the sliding joints etc.
Thermo stat has 2 30 torx screws to mount a hard pipe onto the thermostat cover and the cover it self is removed with 2 12mm hex bolts. A special thanks to Matt Hoffman for the contribution of this material!. This information is only a summary. The heater hoses are the mose trouble prone. Moral of the story is to check the line for broken pieces that can obstruct the airflow to the booster. This is why we do not sell compressor clutches. Track the leak by visual inspection and replace the tubes or clamps.
First thought was a booster but it turned out to be an issue with a piece of debris in the line causing the flow of air to stop under suction. Once the mast is bent replacement is the only repair. Oct 24, 2013 Sounds like the recirculation valve aka diverter valve is failing. Another reason can be a short circuit caused by the cable that runs to the compressor In Saab 95-2004, it is a single and shielded one with blue plastic lining. Bugs are attracted to the sweet smell and if you are going to use the coolant again take note of the bugs.
Move bolt down to allow window to go higher and up to make it stop lower in the up postion. This is a great quick fix and may last a bit but replacement of the hoses with new is the best long term solution. Gently slide a lubricated 4 thou feeler gauge under the emblem, carefully push it through the adhesive. . Posted on Nov 09, 2009 I'm currently having the same issue.
Then disconnect the large turbo air inlet hose from the turbo downpipe and disconnect the bypass hose from the turbo air inlet hose. I could careless about OnStar. To remove the air filter box, you loosen the three screws holding the airbox to the engine bay. Undo these screws and you will see the pump, dont worry its not 'in' the tank just in a flap on the tank. In most cases you end up getting a compressor that is about the same cost and may not last as long as a new one.
Remove the plastic under the motor and take a look. Question: I need to replace the Shark Fin on the roof of 2002 93 se, it broke away from the base and is being held on by 2 wires. Use new nuts if possible. Smaller gear clamps will work better on these smaller hoses. Use a very small amount of non-acidic petroleum jelly on all the seals as it goes back together.
It does sound like a headgasket, but before you do that take a good look at the oil cooler. At least you have a spare car although I doubt you want to drive it around in the salt today seeing as how it all cleaned up for sale. The absolute best thing we have seen to prevent dust is ceramic pads. Be careful not to loose the washer. The ones that come with the replacement mast are often too thin and will not secure the mast well enough! On 1979-1994 Classic Saab the sunroof can be closed from the trunk. In most cases it can be done but not without a hefty cost. Check the rating of the one that you get at the parts counter.