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I'm thinking it should work pretty well. I don't have any evidence to back up that statement, though. There is another method you may want to try to confirm, though. All you need is a magic marker (or Sharpie) Pull the valve out of the guide Use the marker and mark the seat face (the angled part where the valve seats at) all the way around Put the valve ...


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You did not decribe the smoke. what colour? Smell? You can tell a lot from these details. Did you use heater or cooler? I suggest changing the a/c compressor. They are semi consumable and not expensive and wear out after some time.


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Along this lines of what @mikes said, when the A/C first starts, if it is really humid inside the vehicle, you can get fog coming out of the vents until the A/C brings the humidity down. This is because as the cold air coming off of the A/C hits the interior air, it is condensed, making fog. This probably lasts for about two to three minutes and then all is ...


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After running the A/C awhile do you see a puddle under the car while it is parked. It is normal for this to happen. I am speculating that the evaporator drain is clogged or draining slow. The water is collecting and what you see is frost blowing out the vent. If it is smoke it should rise as it comes out the vent due to it being warm. If is frost is will ...


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I am not there to say exactly, but would suggest they probably aren't interchangable. I'd get the one which you researched to be correct. You might be able to sell the one which you don't need on Cragslist at a reduced price. Is it possible that they intended to replace the actual O2 filter in the rear of the car? If you look at the "filter" in the ...


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For this type of intake manifold gasket, if there is absolutely no damage to the rubber it should be good for reuse. You will need to be very careful with it when taking it off of the engine. Make sure you clean it up and put a very light coat of clean oil on it before installation. Do not remove it from the intake manifold to do this, though, as you run the ...


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My '71 FJ40.. The 4 Wheel drums, The mighty Cruiser's weak link, were a disaster, always were, leaky wheel cylinders and so many of them! 5 years ago I went with the JT outfitters disk kit.. front and back. When you do something that is so much more safer..You are not desecrating the mighty Cruiser. I keep mine quite stock (no lift no huge tires no cutting ...



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