Inspect for cooling system leaks. On some models, Before starting a job, make certain that you have all the neces- battery cables are not color coded. The hardback edition makes it even more durable and makes it so the book will stand up nicely on a shelf in the garage rather than slumping over like the paperback version can. For this reason, gaskets should not be reused. Enthusiasts, do-it-yourselfers, and professional technicians will appreciate the quality of photos and illustrations, theory of operation, and accurate step-by-step instructions. Turn all electrical consumers off.
A veteran enthusiast therefore will find this manual even more helpful. Where no specific torque is listed, Ta- The smoothest metal mating surfaces still have imperfec ble a can be used as a general guide for tightening fasteners. All pages are printable, so print off what you need and take it with you into the garage or workshop. Overheating may be caused by low coolant leve¡ or a dam- aged engine drive belt. Torque the wheel nuts when installing the wheel. Repair Group 340 Drain and flush cooling system and replace coolant.
It is this level of detail, along with hundreds of photos and illustrations, that guide the reader through each service and repair procedure. When towing the car from the front with the rear wheels on the ground, a maximum distance of 20 miles is acceptable. Repair Group 320 Inspect brake system. Consult the text in the 100 Engine-General repair group of this manual fora complete listing of engine codes. Each ma- jor section begins with a General repair group, e. Some bolts are designed to stretch during assembly and are permanently altered rendering them unreliable once removed.
Remove all neckties, scarts, loose clothing, or jewelry when working near running engines or power tools. A more complete set of A complete set of screwdrivers should also include Torx wrenches would inciude 6mmthrough 19mm sizes. Just had junk all my life and had to learn how to fix things or go without. Detailed substeps expand on repair procedure information. Model years covered by this man- ual are 1992to 1998. Check headlight and driving light aiming. Overheating lf the temperature gauge needle goes into the red band on the gauge face, the coolant temperature is too high.
Repair Group 640 Check function of seat belts. The engine can be safely driven with the light on, although the emission systems should be checked as soon as possible. If the reset procedures are done incorrectly, the reset toolor the electron- ic service indicatormay be damaged. They al¡ do Many of the electrical tests in Chis manual cal¡ for the mea- the same job, bu¡óffer different convenience features at differ- surement of resistance ohms orvoltage values. Make sure ftstays stable and does not shiftor tilt. Use only in a well ventilated area. For more information on jack stands, see Tools below.
For whatever reason, I found lots of topics where the information is just plain non-existant. Once a throughout this manual. You may find that he can make the repair eitherfree or at minimum cost. Or a novice just starting out? Cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket if applicable is included for hard covers. I would have given 2. Engine Oil Viscosity Requirements vs.
On the down side, the drawings and photographs leave something to be desired. If necessary, use a flat board or similar solid object to provide a firm footing. These 00 double zero groups are mostly descriptive in nature, covering topics such as theory of opera- tion and troubleshooting. Inexpensive beam-type top is adequate but must be read visually. When working around fuel, do notsmoke or worknearheaters orother fire hazards.
. Many fasteners are designed to be used only once and to explode. You will be glad you did. These communications have been and will be carefully considered in the preparation of future printings of this and other manuals. Changing a tire on a busy street orhighway is very dangerous. Find a safe place to stop and turn the engine off. Therefore, part numbers listed in this manual are for reference only.
Remove calipers and check brake pad wear. Table a is a general reference only. Two typical torque wrenches are shown in Fig. Repair Group 640 Check function of seat belts. Planning Ahead Cleanliness Keeping things organized, neat, and clean is essential to do- ing a good job.