I have a 1989 F150 with a I6 300. I noticed the otherday it had a whine to it. Replaced the serpentine didn't help. Tryed all the pullys thought it was the smog pump, didn't help. I have been looking around at what it could be online and it sounds like it could be a leaky intake manfold, which makes sence since I just replaced my valve cover gasket and had to use make a gasket for the intake.
If there was a dinosaur named James, and he was really lonely, would you be his friend? He only eats people who are mean to him so you don't have to worry about that....
That was a fake question.
If you can answer this or come close to answering this, then you will be close to answering this question that is a tough question to answer but if you do answer it you will get 1 billion pts. If you do not answer this question, then you will be cursed. You will be given the curse of stubbing your toe on every solid surface you encounter.
what car is similar in car parts to the 1970 boss mustang?
i have a boss mustang 1970 and i need to find parts for it. I would like to first get parts from old cars and then when i have no other choice buy new parts.
also a list and year of the cars that have similar parts to the mustang would help greatly thank you
The water heater in my camper comes on but the water gets only lukewarm. I am unable to use the reset button for a couple of hours after wards. What could be causing this and how do I fix it? I live in the camper and need to shower. It was working just last week.
I've checked this vehicle out... When I unplug the Vacuum line from the Egr the truck runs way better. i replaced the Egr and it's still running the same. Check engine light says, Egr flow insufficient, Bank 1 system too lean,Fuel tank Vent hose Problem,Cyl 5 misfire, Multiple misfire detected on start up,
. The thing that gets me is how much better it runs with the egr vacuum off. Because it sounded like there was a sufficient vacuum leak at the EGR it self. Figured the diaphragm was bad.
But after replacing it the same problem exists....if the vacuum line is plugged to it....
how involved is it going to be? i need to replace the header on my integra. i have basic knowledge of mechanics, but if i have to rip out a bunch of things just to get to it, i might just take it in to a professional.