I put antisieze or grease on the bolts and screws as I refitted things to make future work easier. Or remove the hose from the bottom of the tank and swing it down over a container. Fuel pump fuse blowing every 15 or 20 miles. If you remove the stat cover and stat I strongly suggest that you have a new stat and rubber seal ring or a new seal ring. Fold it towards the left side of the car out of the way.
Country of Manufacture: Spain Manufacture Quality: Genuine Shipping Weight lbs : 2. The pump circulates coolant while the engine is running. Failure of this pump can cause overheating, and subsequent severe engine damage. The small hose also has a one way valve that lets the vacuum flow towards the throttle body then shuts off when the engine goes under boost, positive pressure. With a little mechanical knowledge and the right tools and replacement parts, installing a new water pump isn't too difficult. I use a 13 mm wrench and a 13mm socket 4 inch extension with standard ratchet. Same problem with my 1998 Windstar.
Remember that the coolant is sweet and toxic! There are two circular plates in the body above the fuel tank. So a gallon of antifreeze will do nicely. I also remove the valve cover and make sure that the passages in the valve cover are free and clean. It's inside the gas tank. Be careful not to blow the hot oil on you.
Even though my s-belt was not damaged, I'm going to replace it just to be safe. The old ring will probably be too stiff to make a conformal leak tight seal. Bugs are attracted to the sweet smell and if you are going to use the coolant again take note of the bugs. Either method gives you access. This will remove most of the water left in the system! This is another take on the 2. The larger one - on the left side - hides the fuel pumps. First thing that I do is to clean out the oil trap located on the back side of the engine.
This Ensures Longer Bearing Life And Reliable Performance. New Comment: My 2000 9-3 Convertible has 4 ohm in the doors and 2 ohm 6. With enough removed, remove the top rad hose at the rad. I hope this saves a few bucks for everyone. The pumps are easily accessed by removing the trunk floor. So I'd be careful about assuming they are all 2 ohm.
There will not be enough friction and the force of the clamp will cause the hose to extrude out from under the clamp instead of the hose staying put and taking up a load. Two minutes from the house, there was a giant boom under the hood and a cloud of antifreeze behind me. This is not an anything goes type of forum. This loosens the s-belt and will allow you to remove the belt and pulleys. Remove air filter cover, and the three 10mm bolts holding the air box to the inner fender and remove. Answer The fuel pump is located inside the gas tank, mounted from the top. On the drivers side of the engine there is another bolt that secures both of the coolant pipes using two metal tabs.
The smaller sump feeds fuel into the bucket. If you do not have a manual with a diagram, sketch the belt routing!!! Changing over to the long belt is an inexpensive improvement as well, even though it may be hard to notice much difference. Then disconnect the large turbo air inlet hose from the turbo downpipe and disconnect the bypass hose from the turbo air inlet hose. There was no sign of sediment or scale when the system was drained, flushed and vac'd. I put a torque wrench extension bar to my ear and I checked the power steering pump and the valve cover, but neither was the source of the noise. It is very easy to replace the speakers on the Saab so do not worry. There is a large hose clamp that secures the pump to the tank, which is removed with a 7mm socket.
So if you replace the speakers and keep the rest of the facto … ry stereo make sure that you upgrade to 2 ohm speakers such as Infinitys. Undo it and pull the pipe out. . This is a problem solving forum for over 250,000 Saab owners, so expect to see problems discussed here even though our cars are generally very reliable. Check the rating of the one that you get at the parts counter. This must work correct so you do not put positive pressure back in to the engine.
Then take off the feeder pipe slow and steady is the key as they do break. Check Radiator Cap And Thermostat. Slide the allen wrench through the two holes to lock the tensioner in place. This information is only a summary. Check Hoses, Clamps And Seals. Another medium length one+plus washer on the outboard side accessed via an opening in the pully.
Consider getting new ger clamps if you are using the old heater hoses and have removed them. Once loosened, disconnect electrical and banjo fitting, pump assembly lifts out. The item must be new and in its original manufacturer packaging to be eligible for a cash refund. The cover just pops off with a flat head screwdriver. There will be two access ports under the rubber cover. Check Radiator Cap And Thermostat.