Advice 1: How to Unscrew spark plugs

The spark plugs are pleased with the important parts in the car. If you wish to move your vehicle without a problem, the spark plugs must be periodically replaced after a distance of 40 thousand kilometers. However, there are cases in which it is necessary to replace the spark much earlier than this. A problem that occurs quite often – broken candle, which requires replacement.
How to Unscrew spark plugs
Instruction
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If spark plugs of your car is broken or out of its service life, start the process of replacing it. To begin to free the casing from the visible area of the candle. Then disconnect all contacts from the igniter. Do this carefully, sudden movements should not be. Further clean the seat of the candles a special compressor with a small receiver or any other device that pushes air. Try to do it as carefully as possible. Usually the plug socket is heavily polluted with various debris and dust.
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Then take a torque wrench to regulate the applied force. Any other key does not fit, it will not allow you to log into the well of the candle, if it is broken. All candles have a hexagon under the key. It is situated approximately in the middle. The failure of the candle is at the top of the igniter, which is a ribbed insulator to inside the contact pins and the contact (push-on) nut.
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You must now put the key on the part of the candle, which remained intact. Start smooth, slow movements turn the key. Head, ratchet and extension set clearly along the axis of the candle. Continue doing this smoothly and effortlessly. No need to try to achieve the result of force, it is fraught with such consequences as the failure thread in the engine head, in this case, it is necessary to repair her, too.
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Be sure to listen to the sounds that are released when you Unscrew the plugs. If you hear a grinding sound it means everything is fine, the spark plug is removed. If you have made a slight turn, but the resistance is reduced, which means the metal is melted, and the rotation Yeshe 15-20 will lead to a breakdown of the thread.
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Then pour into the socket of spark ignition of solvent, it washes the thread and contributes to the further twisting. Wait a while and continue flowing movements to Unscrew the candle, until its complete extraction.

Advice 2: How to loosen crankshaft bolt

To replace the timing belt you should always loosen the pulley bolt of the alternator on the crankshaft of the engine. To hold the crankshaft, if the car is automatic transmission, it is not possible, however, to turn Unscrew a bolt is not as difficult as it seems.
How to loosen crankshaft bolt
You will need
  • - a set of keys;
  • tube;
  • - mount;
  • - a partner.
Instruction
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Remove all belts attachments. For this purpose, when the transverse position of the engine, lift the car Jack and remove the front wheel. Remove half of the plastic apron, opens free access to the belts.
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Disconnect the center wire of the distributor or if the engine with separate ignition for each cylinder, unplug the electrical connectors from the ignition coils. With the help of a little candle key Unscrew the spark plug. This will help to facilitate the work.
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On cars of Toyota, Nissan, Lada and some other, the crankshaft rotates clockwise. Take advantage of this opportunity, attach the Allen key mounted on it a crank pipe in the head of the bolt, turn the crankshaft in direction of rotation until it stops. Make sure that you jump off of the key with the bolt head at least safely. Get behind the wheel, hit the brake and remove the machine from the transmission. Insert the key into the ignition and short the starter, rip the bolt is tightened to the crankshaft. It may happen that the bolt will not be thwarted the first time. Try again. Do not try to Unscrew the bolt to "boost" as it can break the crankshaft.
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With machines of the brand Honda and Mitsubishi complicated. On these cars the engines are not located on the right and left and their crankshafts rotate in the other direction and loosen the bolt as described above will not work. Remove the top cover of the timing belt, if possible, loosen idler pulley and remove the timing belt wheel of the camshaft. Fold the top part of the timing belt into a loop and slide it onto the bracket to engine mount, then pull back the strap in the middle with a tire iron. So you firmly lock the crankshaft pulley. To perform this operation you need the help of a partner. One needs to keep coming kaneval, and the other to loosen the pulley bolt of the alternator.
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