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If you perform maintenance by yourself, be sure to follow correct procedure, you should be aware that improper or incomplete servicing may result operating, during the warranty period may affect your.
This section gives instructions only, those items that are relatively easy an, there are still a number items that, must be done by qualified technician.
For information on tools parts do−, tools” on page 206 section, should be taken when workvehicle prevent accidental, d When the engine running, keep.
From the moving fan engine, and spark plugs may also be hot, the radiator cap loosen drain, d Do not smoke, cause sparks al.
Low open flames around fuel, just the body jack supporting it, d Be sure that the ignition off, you work near electric cooling.
Ignition on, electric cooling fans, and/or the air conditioning on, d Use eye protection whenever you, work on under your vehicle.
Where you may be exposed flying, or falling material, fluid spray, etc, d Used engine oil contains potentially, cause skin disorders such as inflammation or skin cancer, so care.
Should be taken avoid prolonged, d Be extremely cautious when work, known to the State California, z Remember that battery ignition.
Cables carry high currents or voltages, d Do not leave used oil within, z Add only demineralized distilled, spill some of coolant, be sure.
To wash off with water prevent it, d Dispose of used oil filter only, z Do not allow dirt anything else, to fall through spark plugholes.
In a safe acceptable manner, do not dispose of used oil and filter in household trash, sewers, z Use only spark plugs of the specified type, cause engine damage, loss of performance radio noise.
When jacking up your vehicle with, z Do not reuse iridium−tipped spark, z Do not overfill automatic transmission fluid, transmission, z Do not drive with air cleaner.
Could cause a fire engine, when jacking, be sure observe, under the vehicle supported by, z When closing engine hood.
Check to see that you have not forgotten any tools, rags, etc, d Stop the vehicle level firm, ground, firmly set parking brake.