I have one that you could consider adding to #18 belt chirp. On my '96 (4.0), I had a chirping belt when cold for a few days so I ordered a new belt and two new idler pulleys from Rock Auto. On replacement day after changing the belt and both pulleys, it still had a chirp when revving the engine. While watching the belt while revving the engine, that's when I noticed the pulley portion of the harmonic balancer moving in and out. Inspection of it showed that it was beginning to come apart - the isolating rubber was bulging out and I could pick it off. Fortunately the local parts store had a new Dorman balancer for $45 and with a short harmonic balance puller, it could be pulled without removing the radiator. I figure the balancer was so cheap compared to some others because it has no reluctor wheel on it since our crankshaft position sensor is located in the bellhousing.
Just added the heated seat repair and headliner removal. The fuel filter is pretty self explanatory. If it's outside the tank it's just two clips. If it's inside the tank you just have to unscrew the two gas tank straps and remove the two filler hoses and drop the tank.
Power steering and brake fluid flushes can only be done with with suction devices/bleeding the brakes so it's not really something that needs explained.
Originally Posted by rcorn79135
I have one that you could consider adding to #18 belt chirp.
Just added your information to belt chirp.
Originally Posted by bananaslug
Some how-to's I have book marked:
Those aren't really common problems that people deal with on a daily basis, but the links are good to have accessible.