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I've sliced my oil pan before on rocks. Here is what I did and it lasted for over a year....then I totaled the car in a 4 car pileup.
Clean the oil pan very well and get some JB weld, the kind that takes longer to dry, and cover the crack! Works well.
If it's just the sensor with a harness, it's about $85. Just the sensor is about $15. I hope the ABS system doesn't need to be replaced cause those get pretty pricey!
Look up in your manual for the location of the ABS system.
I've got a 92 4x4 Ex that needs shocks pretty badly!!! What should I get? I found that the Monroe ones are pretty cheap.
I'm looking for inexpensive shocks that provide a good ride. I'm looking for more on road stuff as I'm looking at selling my truck and I'm using it as a commuter till I...
That sounds like your ABS is kicking in. That could very well be your tone ring cracked, don't know how you broke it though. If so, it would be sending your computer a faulty signal. Saying your going really fast when your not really.
Have you hooked up a scan tool to your ABS system yet? Make...
He might have been talking about the tone ring, which sends a sensor to the computer telling it how fast your going. It's also called an exciter ring and one other but I can't think of it right now.
Sounds easy, but check the reservoir to make sure you don't have too much fluid in it. If you...
It's fine to use a flat razor blade. Be sure not to cut that hose on the left though. Ya never know what that might cause! ha:thumbsup:
How long did it take you to change the gasket? I know on some fords, like the mercury Topaz, it only take about 30 mins.
I need to R&R the front wheel bearings on my truck and am wondering how long it takes usually and how hard it is? I found them online for about $15 and need to change them soon.
Thanks in advance,
Looks pretty sick man! You are really stuffing those fronts!!! Sounds like you should get some 34's. You can get 34" LTB's. Not sure of any other brand that has a 34. Just look around. Or just get out the knife!!! lol
What size tires/lift did you have before the BL?