Technical comments and suggestions are helpful to us. Inspect for cooling system leaks. Any nearby source of ignition may cause the battery to explode. Overheating may be caused by low coolant leve¡ or a dam- aged engine drive belt. Read the introductory text and the complete procedure to de- termine which parts will be needed. The wire ends must be clean.
Use a funnel lo pour the new oil into the engine. Batteries produce explosive and noxious gas- ses. Accidental electrícal contact may damage the electrical system or cause a fire. Smith, 6th edition revised by including 16V Robert Bentley David N. Repair Group 121 Check engine coolant leve¡ and anti-freeze protection and add as necessary. Such special Gaskets and Seals conditions are noted in the text, and the necessary sequence is described orillustrated. If there is gas in the tank, you should hear a sloshing sound at the filler neck.
Placethejack in the lifting point nearest the wheel being changed, lifting points are shown in Fig. If the last Inspection interval was Inspection I, the next Inspection interval following an Oil Service will be Inspection ll, the next after thatwill be Inspection I, and so on. Do not disconnect the battery while the engine is running. An oil filter wrench is not required. Check brake calipers, rotors, and brake pad thíckness. An adjustable wrench can be a useful addition to a small tool kit. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice.
Afewofthe manytypes of pliers are shown in Fig. It is still a 1997 model. If necessary, use a flat board or similar solid object to provide a firm footing. Repair Group 210 Check drive axle boots for leaks. To convert inch-pounds to foot-pounds, divide by 12.
Be sure the transmission fluid has been topped off before starting the tow. Always use a solder made specifically for electrical work rosin core. Use a portable safety light for working inside or underthe car. Check thickness of parking brake lin- ings. No shipping fee, no waiting on postal delivery, you can start doing your repairs right away! Carefully disconnect the jumper cables, starting with the negative cable on the engine block. Do not support a car on cinder blocks, bricks, or other objects that may shift or crumble under continuous load.
Each section includes diagrams or photos of key components, a description of operation, removal and installation procedures, a trouble diagnosis section. Do not tow the car on all four wheels except forvery short distances to move it to a safe place. The publisher encourages comments from the readers of this manual with regard to any errors and, al- so, suggestíons for improvement in the presentation of technical material. Pry open rear tow lúg access panel. Keep sparks and flames away. Blocks of wood, concrete, bricks, etc.
Block the wheels to keep the car from roll- ing. Repair Group 320 Inspect brake system. At the appropriate time, the system indicates, through lights in the instrument cluster, when Oil Service the next routine maintenance is due. After your payment, you will have instant access to your download! Today the plant builds X3, X4, X5, and X6 models here that are shipped from here dealerships all over the world. The text will note when a repair requires these special tools and, where possible, will recommend practica¡ alter- natives. This includes text, figures, and tables.
Never use these tools to tighten fasteners, espe- system faults have been detected indicated by an ílluminated cially on light alloy parts. The section ends with aquick reference guide to Emer- gencies, including basic troubleshooting and information on how to gauge the seriousness of a problem. Never work un- dera car thatis supported onlybythe liftingjack. If the wire istoo short, splice in a new piece of wire of the same size and make two connec- tions. Keep sparks, open flame or other sources Do not attempt to work on your car if you do not feel well.