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When an engine goes through it's four cycles, one of those cycles is combustion. Combustion creates a lot of pressure, which forces the piston down in the cylinder. Normally, the head gasket helps contain the combustion by creating a seal between the head and the block. If the head gasket is blown and is allowing the combustion to enter into the coolant ...


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That means you have to fit a new bush. Removing and replacing the old bush is relatively easy if you have a press and have taken the arm off. An "old" way is to cut the bush out (hacksaw and chisel...) and make some "puller" to draw the new one in...


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The Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) uses a controller to monitor sensors for wheel speed and brake pedal position for a condition that indicates a wheel lock. If the computer notices any abnormal signals, or the lack of a signal from any of the sensors, it will turn the ABS light on, to alert the driver of an issue. In addition to monitoring the wheel ...


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That's considered as user error. If you have to misuse the clutch in order to be able to drive, I'm sorry to say it's entirely your fault. You cannot expect a car manufacturer to cover the costs when you are in an accident, the coolant starts leaking, and then you continue driving without the coolant. Similarly, you cannot expect a car manufacturer to cover ...


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A 1990's Diesel Transit is never going to be a rocket ship, especially when fully laden, as even the top end ones only had 113bhp from new. Saying that, there are a few things you can do on almost any vehicle to help - the first, and most important, is to give it a really good service - replace all the filters (oil, air and fuel). Clean or replace the ...


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