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  • mfrontuto commented on mfrontuto's instructable How to Burp your car's cooling system1 month ago
    How to Burp your car's cooling system

    that could be several issues, a blown head gasket, bad water pump or heater core... check by your water pump to see if you see any coolant leaking out by or around it... if that is the case the pump should have a "weap hole" where this happens, that is to visually show you that your pump is bad... if that is not the case you can have your heater core checked, or have a pressure test done to see if you have a bad head gasket. your car should not overheat while idling

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  • mfrontuto commented on mfrontuto's instructable How to Burp your car's cooling system4 months ago
    How to Burp your car's cooling system

    Hi John, the radiator cap is the highest point, followed by the engine, then the heater core, which is located behind this vehicles glove box. Most/all vehicles are designed that way, unless it is some sort of custom/kit car

    I do not know as I have never tired to burp a cars cooling system like that

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  • How to Repair skipping/missing shift for 04 impala transmission

    I would also recommend getting the transmission pan that has a drain plug in it already so it would make servicing your transmission less of a mess. They are pretty cheap on eBay now.

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  • mfrontuto commented on mfrontuto's instructable how to bypass the amp in a 2004 impala5 months ago
    how to bypass the amp in a 2004 impala

    #1.) That could also be the case, but I did not have a short, I was rewiring the factory harness to an aftermarket stereo so I did not have to buy an expensive bypass module.#2.) Yes, The Tweeters have a separate Positive (+) and Negative (-) Wires for each tweeter, I do not know if they are "separate" from the speaker themselves, but they do have "separate" wires #3.) It was the correct wiring diagram that I found for my car, and I also stated that it could vary. If your car was a cop car previously then it has different parts in it ranging from a larger shorter axle on one side of the vehicle to possible different wiring. As I stated in this instructable If you do not have the 3.4l base (which would include the police model as being different) model then this diagr...see more »#1.) That could also be the case, but I did not have a short, I was rewiring the factory harness to an aftermarket stereo so I did not have to buy an expensive bypass module.#2.) Yes, The Tweeters have a separate Positive (+) and Negative (-) Wires for each tweeter, I do not know if they are "separate" from the speaker themselves, but they do have "separate" wires #3.) It was the correct wiring diagram that I found for my car, and I also stated that it could vary. If your car was a cop car previously then it has different parts in it ranging from a larger shorter axle on one side of the vehicle to possible different wiring. As I stated in this instructable If you do not have the 3.4l base (which would include the police model as being different) model then this diagram will be different from what you have

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