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ENGINE PARTS - Aircraft Spruce
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These homebuilder’s Lycoming valve cover gaskets replace the original cork gaskets which come standard on Lycoming 0-235, 0-320 and 0-360 engines. NOT FAA approved. For experimental aircraft only. P/N 08-01187 ............. $3.95 ANGLED VALVE “IO” SERIES LYCOMING VALVE COVER GASKETS These gaskets are for the fuel injected “IO” series, sometimes referred to as the Angle Valve cylinder Lycoming They are not FAA approved and are not manufactured under a PMA. These are used on Angled valve Lycoming engines IO-360, IO-540, IO-720. P/N 08-05882 .. $5.85 MAGNETO DRIVE GEAR Used on Bendix S4LN-21 and S4RN21 magnetos. Not to be used on a C-90-8 engine. FAA PMA’d #36066 ............................... $657.00 PUSH ROD SEALS LYCOMING PARTS TO CONVERT 0-235 WITH SPIN ON OIL FILTER TO OIL SCREEN Oil Pressure Screen Housing P/N 68974 .................................. $536.00 Oil ScreenP/N 62817.............................. $99.65 Oil Screen Housing Gasket P/N 61173 ...................................... $1.88 FOR OIL COOLER INSTALLATION ADD: SpringP/N 69436 .................................... $49.85 PlungerP/N 62415 ................................. $34.75 GasketP/N AN900-10 ............................... $0.44 Cont. Oil Screen .......P/N 08-01544 ..... $222.95 OIL COOLER PARTS SHOWN ABOVE NOT USED WITH THERMAL VALVE ASS’Y Continental #539840 for A-65 thru 0-200 (8) ............................$1.57 Ea. OIL SUMP GASKET & PLUG Cont. #3577 Gasket ...... $1.28 Cont. #532432 Plug ..... $14.60 GENERATOR ATTACHING PARTS FOR CONT. C85, C90 & 0-200 CRANKSHAFT OIL SEALS AN900 COPPER GASKETS Cont. Engine Applications, A-65 thru 0-200 (1) each: -10: Oil sump drain plug thermometer hole in oil screen, suction tube ass’y ............$0.44 Ea -14: Oil relief valve .............................$0.58 Ea -22: Tach drive housing .....................$1.98 Ea -28: Oil pressure screen.....................$0.56 Ea AERO-SEAL HOSE CLAMPS Aero-Seal Clamps for Cont. Intake Hoses. P/N QS100-M32W .........$1.95 Ea

How To Replace the Air Filter - Toyota

There is a rattling noise at idle or at higher rpm: Check that all the air filter cover clips have been fastened. Check that the air filter element is installed properly. If problems persist, take the vehicle to your Toyota Dealer Service Department for diagnosis and repair. Engine runs rough or will not run: Check that nothing is blocking the airflow path (paper towels or other debris inside housing). Check that the air filter element has been installed correctly. Check that the airflow meter electrical connector has been reinstalled (if so equipped). If problems persist, take the vehicle to your Toyota Dealer Service Department for diagnosis and repair. The “Check Engine” light comes on: Take the vehicle to your Toyota Dealer Service Department for diagnosis and repair. Please refer to the following sources for additional information: • Your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual • Your vehicle’s Repair Manual • Genuine Toyota Air Filter Brochure (Available in English and Spanish) CAUTION Moving parts like the fan blade and drive belts, as well as extreme heat in the engine compartment or from the exhaust system can result in serious injury. • Approach with caution and care. • Never take shortcuts when replacing parts. • Improper servicing may damage your Toyota and lead to personal injury. • Unless you have proper knowledge, equipment and tools, you should have your Toyota Dealer Service Department perform the repairs and maintenance. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE Proper installation of Genuine Toyota replacement parts is essential for the safe and reliable operation of your vehicle. Following these instructions will: • Help to assure your personal safety • Assist you in the proper replacement of specific parts There are many variations in the step-by-step procedures used in installing various parts, and varying skill levels of individuals doing the parts replacement. These instructions cannot anticipate all circumstances or provide advice and caution on each. If you are in doubt concerning your ability to replace the part or have any questions, consult your local Toyota Dealer Service Department and have the work performed by an experienced technician. For further assistance, contact your Toyota dealer. Visit our Web site at www.toyota.com M/N 00405-HOWTO-AFILT AirFilterHowToBroch(New).qxd

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - AEM Air Intake Systems

The AEM intake system is a performance product that can be used safely during mild weather conditions. During harsh and inclement weather conditions, you must return your vehicle to stock OEM air box and intake tract configuration. Failure to follow these instructions will void your warranty. 1. Preparing Vehicle a. Make sure vehicle is parked on level surface. b. Set parking brake. c. If engine has run in the past two hours, let it cool down. d. Disconnect the negative battery terminals. e. Do not discard stock components after removal of the factory system. 2. Removal of stock system a. There are two Vacuum Switching Valves (VSV), and one air flow meter that have electrical and/or vacuum connections going to them. Be sure to label these connections before disconnecting them. Remove b. Remove the two nuts and two plastic rivets that hold the plastic engine cover on. The plastic rivets may be gently lifted with a small screwdriver. Remove the cover. c. Remove the bolt in the radiator support that holds the battery bracket. Unhook the rod at the rear of the battery bracket. Remove the battery from the vehicle. 3 d. Loosen the two 10mm hose clamps at the throttle body and air box. Remove the stock rubber intake hose from the engine bay. e. Remove the air flow meter connector, and then remove the air flow meter by loosening the two small screws. Be extremely careful with this component as it can be damaged easily. Set the air flow meter aside in a safe place. f. Remove the large vacuum line from the engine side of the air box cover. g. Remove the other side of the large vacuum line from the VSV mounted on the air box lid. Keep both vacuum line spring clamps for use ® with the AEM intake system.

Repairing Toyota Sienna air filter vacuum connector

Repairing Toyota Sienna air filter vacuum connector Step 1 — Air filter vacuum connector 2008 Toyota Sienna airfilter with broken plastic vacuum connector thanks to a reckless oil change facility. Step 2 Remove cover for the vehicle and carefully saw off the rest of the broken connector so it is flush with the cover and will be easier to drill out. Step 3 Drill out the old remaining connector with a 9/32 inch drill bit. ** you must use a 9/32 only so that the new metal connector with fit snug.** Step 4 Insert new metal connector with a little loctite glue using a small box wrench. Step 5 Replace airfilter (new one if needed) and re-attach vacuum hoses to housing in car. Pat self on the back for saving $400. To reassemble your device, follow these instructions. This document was last generated on 2014-01-12 02:10:53 AM.  ...

Toyota 2007-11 Camry 2009-13 Venza V6-3.5L - KNFilters.com

NOTE: FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND NOT USING THE PROVIDED HARDWARE MAY DAMAGE THE INTAKE TUBE, THROTTLE BODY AND ENGINE. TO START: 1. Turn the ignition OFF and disconnect the vehicle's negative battery cable. 5. Disconnect the vacuum line from the upper air box lid. 2. Disconnect the mass sensor electrical connection by depressing the center tab and gently pulling the harness away from the mass air sensor. Release the two wiring harness clips from the air box lid. 6. Disconnect the intake tube plenum vacuum line. 8. Disconnect the two vacuum lines from the factory "T" fitting. Note: These hoses will not be re-used. 9. Remove the screw securing the "Vacuum switching valve" to the stock fresh air duct. Place the "Vacuum switching valve" in a position that will allow ample clearance to work around. 3. Gently pull the engine cover upward to release it from the mounting grommets. Once released, Remove engine cover from the vehicle and set aside. 7. Disconnect the two vacuum lines from the "Vacuum switching valve." 4. Disconnect the vacuum line from the intake manifold plenum connection. 10. Release the clamp that secures the crank case vent hose to the stock intake tube and remove the crank case vent hose as shown. Loosen the clamp that secures the stock intake tube to the throttle body. ...

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - AEM Air Intake Systems

Read and understand these instructions BEFORE attempting to install this product. Failure to follow installation instructions and not using the provided hardware may damage the intake tube, throttle body and engine. The AEM® intake system is a performance product that can be used safely during mild weather conditions. During harsh and inclement weather conditions, you must return your vehicle to stock OEM air box and intake tract configuration. Failure to follow these instructions will void your warranty. 1. Preparing Vehicle a. Make sure vehicle is parked on level surface. b. Set parking brake. c. If engine has run in the past two hours, let it cool down. d. Disconnect negative battery terminal. e. Do not discard stock components after removal of the factory system. 2. Removal of stock system a. Remove the two plastic clips and the factory fresh air inlet duct. b. Loosen the nut securing the factory air box mounting bracket, but DO NOT remove the nut. c. Remove the two nuts securing the factory air box. Save these nuts for later use. d. Remove the bolt securing the bottom of the factory air box. e. Unplug the MAF sensor wire harness. f. Remove the MAF sensor from the air box by removing the two screws. Set the MAF sensor aside in a safe area for later use. g. Loosen the hose clamp securing the factory air box inlet to the compressor inlet tube. h. Unclip the air box clips and remove the rear half of the factory air box assembly. i. Remove the remaining half of the factory air box. j. Remove the headlight access cover by twisting it counter clockwise. Save the cover for later use. 3. Installation of AEM® intake system. a. When installing the intake system, do not completely tighten the hose clamps or mounting hardware until instructed to do so. b. Install the rubber edge trim on the heat shield as shown. c. Install the edge trim on the heat shield as shown. d. Install a M6 rubber mount onto the heat shield, secure with supplied M6 nut. e. Insert the MAF sensor into the AEM® intake pipe with the supplied M4 screws. f. Insert the AEM® intake pipe through the heat shield’s inlet hole. g. Slide the air filter and #48 hose clamp onto the end of the intake pipe. Slide the air filter onto the intake pipe until the pipe hits the pipe stop. ...

2011+ Subaru WRX and STI Sedan Rallyarmor Mud Flap ...

Cautionary Tip: The hardware is strong and self threading but over‐tightening the clips is not advised. Installation Tip: To ease installation and avoid damage to existing OEM clips during removal, a well lit, climate controlled installation environment is recommended. To the installer: Please return these instructions to the customer after installation. Always test and check wheel clearance before returning vehicle. To the customer: Retain these instructions after installation. They may be necessary for installing other optional parts or removal of this accessory. Front Mud Flap Installation Begin by parking the vehicle on an even surface. Turn the steering wheel towards the side you are working on to gain access to the wheel well area. • (Figure A) Open car door to avoid contact with side skirt. Remove first two push clips under the side skirt. • (Figure B) Carefully unclip front portion of side skirt by pulling the outer edge away just enough to release two horizontal retainer clips. • (Figure C) Remove the plastic fender cover in increments. Pull upper left/right portions of the cover until each plastic retainer clip is released and work downwards towards side skirt. • (Figure D) Remove the four OEM fender liner retainer clips. Pull liner away to gain access to inner fender. • (Figure E) Place two supplied clips (PolCl ) over mounting tabs at an angle (as shown). • (Figure F) Reinstall the fender liner. Place front metal bracket over mounting points with lower portion tucked between side skirt and liner. Thread flat head screws (15FHSS ) into corresponding two upper mounting points through liner, into clips. Do not fully tighten. Place insert (Ins), until flush, into the innermost mounting slot of bracket. Remount previously removed upper and inside fender liner clips . Important: Lower mounting point of bracket is slotted. Align the lower portion of bracket at its fullest extent of the slot in towards the vehicle.

Warrantywise Review UK
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Leading warranty specialist, warrantywise, consistently review their products to ensure they cover as many parts as possible under any new policy. Policies offer piece of mind to anyone considering extending their current warranty. To find out if Warrantywise can cover your car or vehicle, telephone 0800 001 4990 or visit www.warrantywise.co.uk.

Apps in the Classroom - Apple
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Overview iPad apps are expanding the learning experience both inside and outside the classroom, making it more interactive, immersive, and engaging. And we know that when students are more engaged, they are more motivated and they perform better. With so many amazing education apps available—and more being developed all the time—there’s no limit to the exciting possibilities for learning. Tens of thousands of education apps on the App Store cover everything from math and science to foreign languages and reading. Students can manipulate math equations using just a finger. They can browse an interactive periodic table of elements. They can even dissect a virtual frog in one class, then flip through the world's greatest collection of art in the next. And teachers can deliver engaging lessons, monitor progress, get immediate feedback on students, and stay organized. Getting Started If you’re just getting started teaching with apps, it’s helpful to begin by setting goals for student learning. What must students understand? What should their interaction with apps look like? And which apps would work best for your specific lesson plans? You may find that choosing an app is easier after carefully considering what you want students to do with it, and why. You might begin by exploring questions like: • What parts of your lesson plans are you particularly passionate about? How could you best communicate that enthusiasm to students? • Where do your students encounter roadblocks around a topic or lesson? What might help them get over these hurdles? • What concepts or activities would you like to cover but don’t have enough time? Can they be taught more efficiently or combined with others? • What are the opportunities to gain insights into student learning through the content they create with apps? The answers to these questions and the content in this guide can help as you begin to explore, choose, and integrate iOS apps into your classroom.

Acute lingual tonsillitis: an overlooked cause of severe sore throat in

Acute lingual tonsillitis: an overlooked cause of severe sore throat in adults who have had a palatine tonsillectomy? Sasa Janjanin and Drago Prgomet TO THE EDITOR : We both are ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialists at a tertiary university hospital and cover 1–2 nights of emergency calls each month. Over 8 months in 2008, we witnessed four emergency patients (aged 25–39 years; three men, one woman) who had sore throat, mild fever and pain on swallowing, without any respiratory distress symptoms. One patient presented with “hot potato voice”. All had had a The Medical Journal of Australia palatine tonsillectomy in 6 July 2009 191 1 ISSN: 0025-729X childhood. On 45-9 examination, the oral pharynx appeared normal to Journal of Australia ©The Medical mildly hyperaemic, 2009 suppuration. To without any www.mja.com.au exclude potenLetters tially fatal epiglottitis, all patients underwent transnasal flexible laryngoscopy, which revealed swollen lingual tonsils covered with fibrinous exudate typical of streptococcal infection. Distal structures, including the epiglottis and endolarynx, were normal. Acute lingual tonsillitis was diagnosed, and the patients quickly responded to penicillin therapy. Some degree of infection of the lingual tonsils probably occurs when the pharynx is otherwise infected, but is usually left undiagnosed because it is not easily visible without laryngoscopy.1 Although none of our patients had any life-threatening symptoms, this condition could potentially cause upper airway compromise, and the course would certainly be more arduous without antibiotics. The flexibility of our health care system in Croatia allows for some emergency patients’ to refer themselves to the relevant specialty services. If these patients had presented to general practice rather than to our department, where we performed transnasal laryngoscopy, this diagnosis would have probably gone unnoticed, and antibiotic therapy would not have been prescribed. Thus, is acute lingual tonsillitis a neglected cause of severe sore throat? A search of the current literature and ENT textbooks did not reveal many reports of this disease.2,3 Even if our observations referred to rare cases, considering our hospital catchment population for ENT emergencies of more than 300 000, they still outnumbered all cases of epiglottitis treated at our ...

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