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Monroe
1970 International 1100D Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-45E56B9    31000  New

561109Z825 , 4851139676 , 43048 , 4851180004 , 83502509 , 562008Z625 , 561109Z425 , 4853139995 , MB176291 , 8134100 , 4851139645 , 4851139565 , 562008Z425 , 82086 , 4853180034 , MB339210 , J8133839 , 5611031G25 , 4851139806 , 5621025G27 , 4850029315 , 77377 , 82047 , 562003S526 , 4851135120 , 4851139685 , 562009Z826 , 4850029286 , 561108Z625 , 4853139925 , 5611035G25 , 565028 , G63173 , 4851139605 , 562009Z825 , 61500 , 5621025G28 , 4853180225 , 562008Z426 , 561107Z025 , 344426 , 561108Z425 , 56210S4325 , KG5434 , 4853180260 , 562008Z428 , 5611025G28 , KG4012 , 561104S125 , KG5420 , MB515371 , 5611025G27 , 83502510 , 4853180048 , 562001Z627 , 561109Z826 , 83502546 , 4853139645 , 344044 , 344015 , 4853180116 , KG5473 , 4853180407 , 4851139796 , 4851139675 , 562009Z425 , 4851139435 , 83502512 , 56210S3886 , 4850029425 , 4853139765 , 4851139566 , KG5463 , 561108Z427 , 5611001G27 , 61519 , 43093 , MB430190 , 561103S527 , 4853180018 , J8133838 , 562007Z025 , 5621010G28 , 5621035G25 , 4851139425 , 56110S3885 , 561108Z426 , 56210S3885 , 77492 , 5621010G27 , J8134101 , 4853139655 , 5611086G00 , 344090 , 83502513 , 561108Z428 , 56110S4325 , 56210S3827 , MB339212 , 565057 , 83503450 , 4851139555 , 83503449 , 83503448 , 4853139635 , 562009Z325 , MB109561 , 5611086G25 , 562001Z626 , 344097 , 561101Z628 , 4851139556 , 4853180114 , J8134105 , 83502511 , 562003S525 , 82006 , 83504211 , 4853139605 , 4850029335 , 4851139625 , MB111216 , KG5435 , 4851139445 , 5621001G26 , 4851139616 , 56210S3826 , 4851139626 , 344429 , KG4026 , G63907 , KG4034 , 4850029385 , 5621035G26 , KG5447 , 561101Z627 , 56210S4326 , G63405 , 82156 , G63492 , 561101Z625 , 82030 , 4853139865 , 83502514 , 562004S125 , 43062 , 562008Z427 , J8134102 , 82007 , 561109Z325 , J8133840 , 344085 , 561103S526 , 4853139985 , 56110S3886 , 56110S4385 , KG5540 , MB242146

Qty:
$24.79
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P00411
    • Compressed Length: 12.000
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 19.500
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2004
    • Min Year Covered: 1939
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Toyota Pickup
    • Most Popular Year: 1994
    • Parts Pack(s): P00411
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 1467554
    • Travel Length: 7.500
    • Viaje: 7.500
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1970 - International 1100D Front
Monroe
1977 International Scout II Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-45E56B9    31000  New

561109Z825 , 4851139676 , 43048 , 4851180004 , 83502509 , 562008Z625 , 561109Z425 , 4853139995 , MB176291 , 8134100 , 4851139645 , 4851139565 , 562008Z425 , 82086 , 4853180034 , MB339210 , J8133839 , 5611031G25 , 4851139806 , 5621025G27 , 4850029315 , 77377 , 82047 , 562003S526 , 4851135120 , 4851139685 , 562009Z826 , 4850029286 , 561108Z625 , 4853139925 , 5611035G25 , 565028 , G63173 , 4851139605 , 562009Z825 , 61500 , 5621025G28 , 4853180225 , 562008Z426 , 561107Z025 , 344426 , 561108Z425 , 56210S4325 , KG5434 , 4853180260 , 562008Z428 , 5611025G28 , KG4012 , 561104S125 , KG5420 , MB515371 , 5611025G27 , 83502510 , 4853180048 , 562001Z627 , 561109Z826 , 83502546 , 4853139645 , 344044 , 344015 , 4853180116 , KG5473 , 4853180407 , 4851139796 , 4851139675 , 562009Z425 , 4851139435 , 83502512 , 56210S3886 , 4850029425 , 4853139765 , 4851139566 , KG5463 , 561108Z427 , 5611001G27 , 61519 , 43093 , MB430190 , 561103S527 , 4853180018 , J8133838 , 562007Z025 , 5621010G28 , 5621035G25 , 4851139425 , 56110S3885 , 561108Z426 , 56210S3885 , 77492 , 5621010G27 , J8134101 , 4853139655 , 5611086G00 , 344090 , 83502513 , 561108Z428 , 56110S4325 , 56210S3827 , MB339212 , 565057 , 83503450 , 4851139555 , 83503449 , 83503448 , 4853139635 , 562009Z325 , MB109561 , 5611086G25 , 562001Z626 , 344097 , 561101Z628 , 4851139556 , 4853180114 , J8134105 , 83502511 , 562003S525 , 82006 , 83504211 , 4853139605 , 4850029335 , 4851139625 , MB111216 , KG5435 , 4851139445 , 5621001G26 , 4851139616 , 56210S3826 , 4851139626 , 344429 , KG4026 , G63907 , KG4034 , 4850029385 , 5621035G26 , KG5447 , 561101Z627 , 56210S4326 , G63405 , 82156 , G63492 , 561101Z625 , 82030 , 4853139865 , 83502514 , 562004S125 , 43062 , 562008Z427 , J8134102 , 82007 , 561109Z325 , J8133840 , 344085 , 561103S526 , 4853139985 , 56110S3886 , 56110S4385 , KG5540 , MB242146

Qty:
$24.79
Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P00411
    • Compressed Length: 12.000
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 19.500
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2004
    • Min Year Covered: 1939
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Toyota Pickup
    • Most Popular Year: 1994
    • Parts Pack(s): P00411
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 1467554
    • Travel Length: 7.500
    • Viaje: 7.500
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1977 - International Scout II Rear
Monroe
1971 International M800 Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-4E80D3A    31094  New

4853160020 , 562003S525 , 56110S3586 , MR234268 , 82156 , UB3934700 , 562009Z425 , 83502514 , 562009Z826 , 4851169066 , 8942546150 , 8944463731 , 565025 , 61506 , G63907 , 83502511 , 5611050W26 , 4853160081 , 8944336942 , G63419 , UC8634700 , 562008Z625 , G63492 , MB111216 , 8970225560 , 8942237520 , 8970225540 , MB303366 , 8941038110 , 5621025W27 , 61532 , MB515371 , 562001Z626 , 561109Z826 , 5621088G25 , 5611045G25 , 4853160160 , 8943630490 , UB3999281 , 83502510 , 8941245480 , 562008Z428 , 61500 , 83503448 , 4853169047 , 4853180147 , 4853134040 , 9516306593 , 561108Z425 , 561101Z628 , MB109561 , 82060 , 485310W040 , 5611088G26 , 9516306742 , 8941245490 , 8941245470 , 561109Z325 , 561108Z428 , MB242815 , 83502546 , 8944731870 , 8AU328700MV , KG5438 , 83502513 , 83503450 , 4853180146 , 5621010W27 , 561101Z625 , MB176291 , 8942231470 , 561109Z825 , KG4034 , 4851180009 , 8944386522 , 5621045G25 , 83503449 , 61568 , 561107Z025 , 8941034800 , 8970865460 , 562001Z627 , 82151 , 82007 , 5611046G25 , 5611043G25 , 83502509 , MR353149 , 561108Z625 , KG5466 , 4853109060 , 4853134050 , 8943630480 , 562008Z426 , 5621043G25 , 8970865470 , 8944731860 , KG4012 , 562007Z025 , 561103S526 , 562004S125 , MB242146 , 4851180011 , KG5445 , 83502512 , 562008Z425 , 344045 , 4851169036 , 562009Z325 , 8970865440 , 8970865400 , MR267178 , 8970865420 , 5611020W25 , 4851180038 , 5621046G25 , 561108Z426 , 5611025W25 , 8970865430 , 561108Z427 , 8970865410 , 562009Z825 , 56110S3526 , 8970865450 , 562008Z427 , 4853180440 , 4853180439 , 4851180040 , 8944336872 , 8944336922 , 561109Z425 , G63928 , 561101Z627 , 561104S125 , 83504211

Qty:
$24.91
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P00829
    • Compressed Length: 14.320
    • Diámetro del Tubo de Reserva: 1.751
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 23.125
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2005
    • Min Year Covered: 1946
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Nissan Frontier
    • Most Popular Year: 2000
    • Parts Pack(s): P00829
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Reserve Tube Diameter: 1.751
    • Total Part VIO: 407579
    • Travel Length: 8.805
    • Viaje: 8.805
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1971 - International M800 Front
Monroe
1972 International M800 Post Office Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-45E56B9    31000  New

561109Z825 , 4851139676 , 43048 , 4851180004 , 83502509 , 562008Z625 , 561109Z425 , 4853139995 , MB176291 , 8134100 , 4851139645 , 4851139565 , 562008Z425 , 82086 , 4853180034 , MB339210 , J8133839 , 5611031G25 , 4851139806 , 5621025G27 , 4850029315 , 77377 , 82047 , 562003S526 , 4851135120 , 4851139685 , 562009Z826 , 4850029286 , 561108Z625 , 4853139925 , 5611035G25 , 565028 , G63173 , 4851139605 , 562009Z825 , 61500 , 5621025G28 , 4853180225 , 562008Z426 , 561107Z025 , 344426 , 561108Z425 , 56210S4325 , KG5434 , 4853180260 , 562008Z428 , 5611025G28 , KG4012 , 561104S125 , KG5420 , MB515371 , 5611025G27 , 83502510 , 4853180048 , 562001Z627 , 561109Z826 , 83502546 , 4853139645 , 344044 , 344015 , 4853180116 , KG5473 , 4853180407 , 4851139796 , 4851139675 , 562009Z425 , 4851139435 , 83502512 , 56210S3886 , 4850029425 , 4853139765 , 4851139566 , KG5463 , 561108Z427 , 5611001G27 , 61519 , 43093 , MB430190 , 561103S527 , 4853180018 , J8133838 , 562007Z025 , 5621010G28 , 5621035G25 , 4851139425 , 56110S3885 , 561108Z426 , 56210S3885 , 77492 , 5621010G27 , J8134101 , 4853139655 , 5611086G00 , 344090 , 83502513 , 561108Z428 , 56110S4325 , 56210S3827 , MB339212 , 565057 , 83503450 , 4851139555 , 83503449 , 83503448 , 4853139635 , 562009Z325 , MB109561 , 5611086G25 , 562001Z626 , 344097 , 561101Z628 , 4851139556 , 4853180114 , J8134105 , 83502511 , 562003S525 , 82006 , 83504211 , 4853139605 , 4850029335 , 4851139625 , MB111216 , KG5435 , 4851139445 , 5621001G26 , 4851139616 , 56210S3826 , 4851139626 , 344429 , KG4026 , G63907 , KG4034 , 4850029385 , 5621035G26 , KG5447 , 561101Z627 , 56210S4326 , G63405 , 82156 , G63492 , 561101Z625 , 82030 , 4853139865 , 83502514 , 562004S125 , 43062 , 562008Z427 , J8134102 , 82007 , 561109Z325 , J8133840 , 344085 , 561103S526 , 4853139985 , 56110S3886 , 56110S4385 , KG5540 , MB242146

Qty:
$24.79
Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • ; w/o Rear Axle Code # 4016
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P00411
    • Compressed Length: 12.000
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 19.500
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2004
    • Min Year Covered: 1939
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Toyota Pickup
    • Most Popular Year: 1994
    • Parts Pack(s): P00411
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 1467554
    • Travel Length: 7.500
    • Viaje: 7.500
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1972 - International M800 Post Office Rear
Monroe
1963 International C1000 Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-45E56B9    31000  New

561109Z825 , 4851139676 , 43048 , 4851180004 , 83502509 , 562008Z625 , 561109Z425 , 4853139995 , MB176291 , 8134100 , 4851139645 , 4851139565 , 562008Z425 , 82086 , 4853180034 , MB339210 , J8133839 , 5611031G25 , 4851139806 , 5621025G27 , 4850029315 , 77377 , 82047 , 562003S526 , 4851135120 , 4851139685 , 562009Z826 , 4850029286 , 561108Z625 , 4853139925 , 5611035G25 , 565028 , G63173 , 4851139605 , 562009Z825 , 61500 , 5621025G28 , 4853180225 , 562008Z426 , 561107Z025 , 344426 , 561108Z425 , 56210S4325 , KG5434 , 4853180260 , 562008Z428 , 5611025G28 , KG4012 , 561104S125 , KG5420 , MB515371 , 5611025G27 , 83502510 , 4853180048 , 562001Z627 , 561109Z826 , 83502546 , 4853139645 , 344044 , 344015 , 4853180116 , KG5473 , 4853180407 , 4851139796 , 4851139675 , 562009Z425 , 4851139435 , 83502512 , 56210S3886 , 4850029425 , 4853139765 , 4851139566 , KG5463 , 561108Z427 , 5611001G27 , 61519 , 43093 , MB430190 , 561103S527 , 4853180018 , J8133838 , 562007Z025 , 5621010G28 , 5621035G25 , 4851139425 , 56110S3885 , 561108Z426 , 56210S3885 , 77492 , 5621010G27 , J8134101 , 4853139655 , 5611086G00 , 344090 , 83502513 , 561108Z428 , 56110S4325 , 56210S3827 , MB339212 , 565057 , 83503450 , 4851139555 , 83503449 , 83503448 , 4853139635 , 562009Z325 , MB109561 , 5611086G25 , 562001Z626 , 344097 , 561101Z628 , 4851139556 , 4853180114 , J8134105 , 83502511 , 562003S525 , 82006 , 83504211 , 4853139605 , 4850029335 , 4851139625 , MB111216 , KG5435 , 4851139445 , 5621001G26 , 4851139616 , 56210S3826 , 4851139626 , 344429 , KG4026 , G63907 , KG4034 , 4850029385 , 5621035G26 , KG5447 , 561101Z627 , 56210S4326 , G63405 , 82156 , G63492 , 561101Z625 , 82030 , 4853139865 , 83502514 , 562004S125 , 43062 , 562008Z427 , J8134102 , 82007 , 561109Z325 , J8133840 , 344085 , 561103S526 , 4853139985 , 56110S3886 , 56110S4385 , KG5540 , MB242146

Qty:
$24.79
Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • ; w/o 166" Wheelbase
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P00411
    • Compressed Length: 12.000
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 19.500
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2004
    • Min Year Covered: 1939
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Toyota Pickup
    • Most Popular Year: 1994
    • Parts Pack(s): P00411
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 1467554
    • Travel Length: 7.500
    • Viaje: 7.500
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1963 - International C1000 Rear
Monroe
1975 International Scout II Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-2C45BC0    32080  New

D5UZ18125J , E6UZ18124J , 58350 , E6UZ18124A , 61518 , E7XZ18125A , F7AZ18124VB , E6UZ18124B , G63350 , 344071 , 43099 , E6UZ18125A , 82123 , E6UZ18125B , KG5414 , F7AZ18125UA

Qty:
$30.59
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P01134
    • Compressed Length: 12.375
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 19.750
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 1991
    • Min Year Covered: 1966
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Ford F-100
    • Most Popular Year: 1979
    • Parts Pack(s): P01134
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 460429
    • Travel Length: 7.375
    • Viaje: 7.375
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1975 - International Scout II Front
Monroe
1963 International C1000 Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-3A3F3E6    32207  New

F7XZ18125AC , 562007B085 , XF5Z18124DA , F6XZ18124HA , 543031B026 , F6XZ18124GA , F4XY18124G , 4160070A01 , XF5Z18124AA , 4160080001 , XF5Z18125AC , 543037B025 , XF5Z18125BA , 543021B025 , XF5Z18124BC , 344055 , 543032Z325 , G63949 , F3XY18125D , F7XZ18124CB , F7XZ18124CA , 4160070A00 , 562006B025 , 61637 , 543020B088 , 543020B087 , F6XZ18125DA , F6XZ18124DA , KG5447 , 562000B028 , 543020B027 , F3XY18124G , F7XZ18125BC , 343030 , 543022Z325 , KG4006 , 543030B027 , 543020B085 , 1F5Z18125AB , XF5Z18124AC , F4XY18124A , 543020B086 , 562000B027 , F3XY18125C , G63299 , 543030B025 , 543030B086 , 543031B025 , F6XZ18125CA , F4XY18124E , F4XY18124B , F4XY18124C , 562006B026 , 82007 , F4XY18124D , 543030B088 , 4170083300 , 543027B025 , F4XY18124H , F6XZ18124CA , 562000B026 , KG5538 , 1F5Z18124BA , 543037B085 , F7XZ18124AA , 4170070A00 , 562002Z325 , 543027B085 , F7XZ18124CC , 562007B025 , 543021B026 , 543020B025 , KG5434 , 543030B087 , 61550 , 562000B025 , 1F5Z18124AA , 543030B085 , 565065 , F4XY18124F , XF5Z18124CA

Qty:
$25.28
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P00411
    • Compressed Length: 11.250
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 17.875
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2002
    • Min Year Covered: 1941
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Nissan Quest
    • Most Popular Year: 2000
    • Parts Pack(s): P00411
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO:
      • 375178
      • 375323
    • Travel Length: 6.625
    • Viaje: 6.625
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
1963 - International C1000 RWD Front
Monroe
1964 International C1200 Shock Absorber - Rear Monroe - Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber

P311-3A3F3E6    32207  New

F7XZ18125AC , 562007B085 , XF5Z18124DA , F6XZ18124HA , 543031B026 , F6XZ18124GA , F4XY18124G , 4160070A01 , XF5Z18124AA , 4160080001 , XF5Z18125AC , 543037B025 , XF5Z18125BA , 543021B025 , XF5Z18124BC , 344055 , 543032Z325 , G63949 , F3XY18125D , F7XZ18124CB , F7XZ18124CA , 4160070A00 , 562006B025 , 61637 , 543020B088 , 543020B087 , F6XZ18125DA , F6XZ18124DA , KG5447 , 562000B028 , 543020B027 , F3XY18124G , F7XZ18125BC , 343030 , 543022Z325 , KG4006 , 543030B027 , 543020B085 , 1F5Z18125AB , XF5Z18124AC , F4XY18124A , 543020B086 , 562000B027 , F3XY18125C , G63299 , 543030B025 , 543030B086 , 543031B025 , F6XZ18125CA , F4XY18124E , F4XY18124B , F4XY18124C , 562006B026 , 82007 , F4XY18124D , 543030B088 , 4170083300 , 543027B025 , F4XY18124H , F6XZ18124CA , 562000B026 , KG5538 , 1F5Z18124BA , 543037B085 , F7XZ18124AA , 4170070A00 , 562002Z325 , 543027B085 , F7XZ18124CC , 562007B025 , 543021B026 , 543020B025 , KG5434 , 543030B087 , 61550 , 562000B025 , 1F5Z18124AA , 543030B085 , 565065 , F4XY18124F , XF5Z18124CA

Qty:
$25.28
Monroe Shock Absorber  Rear
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P00411
    • Compressed Length: 11.250
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 17.875
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2002
    • Min Year Covered: 1941
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Nissan Quest
    • Most Popular Year: 2000
    • Parts Pack(s): P00411
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO:
      • 375178
      • 375323
    • Travel Length: 6.625
    • Viaje: 6.625
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
1964 - International C1200 RWD Rear
Monroe
1975 International 200 Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Gas-Magnum Shock Absorber

P311-0E83FB2    34831  New

52106312AB , 52039030 , 4740243 , 5012335AC , 4131320 , 52039319AC , 4364772 , 4364771 , 4740246 , 4131350 , 52039383AC , 52106316AC , 52039382AC , 34052 , 4740241 , 52106311AA , 5011635AC , 344066 , 4443481 , 52106320AC , 4740238 , 4740248 , 52106320AB , 5011636AC , 52106310AC , KG6401 , 52106312AC , 4086418 , 4740247 , 52106311AB , 4740240 , 52038295 , 5011636AE , 58359 , 4443467 , 5011635AB , 52038275 , 52106310AB , 5011635AE , 4504317 , 52106311AC , 5016224AA , 4740245 , 3837028 , 52039319AB , 4039724 , 4740244 , 52106314AC , 77359 , 4740249 , 4740239 , 4443484 , 4447390 , 52106310AD , 5016226AB , 4131321 , 4740242

Qty:
$43.33
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • ; Premium - Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Monroe Gas-Magnum Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P01135
    • Compressed Length: 8.875
    • Extended Length: 13.375
    • Max Year Covered: 2003
    • Min Year Covered: 1971
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Ram 1500 Van
    • Most Popular Year: 1997
    • Parts Pack(s): P01135
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 395555
    • Travel Length: 4.500
    • Viaje: 4.500
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
1975 - International 200 RWD Front
KYB
1980 International Scout II Shock Absorber - Rear KYB - Excel-G

P311-3E3EAC0    344085  New

32164 , G63377

Qty:
$34.52
KYB Shock Absorber  Rear
  • GAS SHOCK
  • ; Recommended OEM Replacement
  • Excel-G
  • Product Attributes:
    • COMPRESSED BUMP STOP: N
    • Compressed Length: 12.56
    • Dust Cover Included: Y
    • Extended Length: 19.84
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1: Kyb Recommended Oem Replacement Shock
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2: Specifically Calibrated To Help Restore The Original Handling And Control Characteristics Of Full-size Gm Trucks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3: Uses A Seamless Working Cylinder Matched With A Teflon? Coated Piston Band For A Positive Seal And Longer Life
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4: Triple Chrome Plated Piston Rod And Multi-lip Oil Seals That Reduce Wear
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5: Solid Seamless Mounting Eye Rings And Bolt Bushings To Eliminate Rattles
    • Lower Mount Type: E2(16x32)
    • REBOUND STOP: N
    • Stroke Length: 7.28
    • Upper Mount Type: E2(16x32)
  • Ride Comfort may be important, but restoring a vehicles Ride Control; stability, stopping, lane change responsiveness and handling is critical. KYB Excel-G Shocks and Struts are designed for the most important performance purpose: Restoring the vehicles original capabilities. KYB is a world leading supplier of shocks and struts to new vehicle manufacturers and the Excel-G is made on the very same KYB OE assembly lines, uses the same OE quality components and is calibrated to restore original, designed performance, not change it. That has earned Excel-G the classification: OEA (Original Equipment for the Aftermarket). The KYB Excel-G is a nitrogen gas-charged, twin-tube design that includes every quality component that our global OEM products include.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1980 - International Scout II Rear
KYB
1972 International Scout II Shock Absorber - Rear KYB - Gas-a-Just

P311-586071C    KG5419  New

34905 , 77377

Qty:
$38.98
KYB Shock Absorber  Rear
  • HIGH PRESSURE MONOTUBE GAS SHOCK
  • ; Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • Gas-a-Just
  • Product Attributes:
    • COMPRESSED BUMP STOP: N
    • Compressed Length: 12.56
    • Dust Cover Included: Y
    • Extended Length: 19.84
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1: Adds Up To 25% More Damping Performance Over Original Equipment Shocks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2: Gas-a-just Reacts To Load Changes And Adds Instant Responsiveness On Gm Trucks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3: High Gas Pressure Design Provides Instant, Extra Control
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4: Monotube Design Outperforms All Other Standard Shock Absorbers
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5: Unique, Air-free, Hydraulic Unit Eliminates Performance Fade
    • Lower Mount Type: E2(16x32)
    • REBOUND STOP: N
    • Stroke Length: 7.28
    • Upper Mount Type: E2(16x32)
  • The KYB Gas-a-just monotube shock absorber has additional performance advantages over the traditional twin-tube design: It can instantly, automatically adjust to your performance needs and never experiences fade due to aeration. The Gas-a-just is available as an OE monotube replacement and as an OE twin-tube performance upgrade. The KYB Gas-a-just has two separate working chambers: An air-free hydraulic piston and valve area for responsiveness and control, and a second high-pressure nitrogen gas area with a floating piston that provides a comfortable ride during normal driving and adds instant performance on demand.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1972 - International Scout II Rear
KYB
1980 International Scout II Shock Absorber - Front KYB - Excel-G

P311-422D3FB    344071  New

G63350 , 37089

Qty:
$29.17
KYB Shock Absorber  Front
  • GAS SHOCK
  • ; Recommended OEM Replacement
  • Excel-G
  • Product Attributes:
    • COMPRESSED BUMP STOP: N
    • Compressed Length: 11.61
    • Dust Cover Included: Y
    • Extended Length: 19.49
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1: Kyb Recommended Oem Replacement Shock
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2: Specifically Calibrated To Help Restore The Original Handling And Control Characteristics Of Full-size Ford Trucks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3: Uses A Seamless Working Cylinder Matched With A Teflon? Coated Piston Band For A Positive Seal And Longer Life
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4: Triple Chrome Plated Piston Rod And Multi-lip Oil Seals That Reduce Wear
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5: Solid Seamless Mounting Eye Rings And Bolt Bushings To Eliminate Rattles
    • Lower Mount Type: E2(12.8x38)
    • REBOUND STOP: N
    • Stroke Length: 7.87
    • Upper Mount Type: S1
  • Ride Comfort may be important, but restoring a vehicles Ride Control; stability, stopping, lane change responsiveness and handling is critical. KYB Excel-G Shocks and Struts are designed for the most important performance purpose: Restoring the vehicles original capabilities. KYB is a world leading supplier of shocks and struts to new vehicle manufacturers and the Excel-G is made on the very same KYB OE assembly lines, uses the same OE quality components and is calibrated to restore original, designed performance, not change it. That has earned Excel-G the classification: OEA (Original Equipment for the Aftermarket). The KYB Excel-G is a nitrogen gas-charged, twin-tube design that includes every quality component that our global OEM products include.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1980 - International Scout II Front
KYB
1978 International Scout II Shock Absorber - Front KYB - Gas-a-just

P311-140448A    KG5414  New

37089 , G63350

Qty:
$40.27
KYB Shock Absorber  Front
  • HIGH PRESSURE MONOTUBE GAS SHOCK
  • ; Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • Gas-a-just
  • Product Attributes:
    • COMPRESSED BUMP STOP: N
    • Compressed Length: 11.85
    • Dust Cover Included: Y
    • Extended Length: 18.94
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1: Adds Up To 25% More Damping Performance Over Original Equipment Shocks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2: Gas-a-just Reacts To Load Changes And Adds Instant Responsiveness On Ford Trucks
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3: High Gas Pressure Design Provides Instant, Extra Control
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4: Monotube Design Outperforms All Other Standard Shock Absorbers
    • FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5: Unique, Air-free, Hydraulic Unit Eliminates Performance Fade
    • Lower Mount Type: E2(12.8x38)
    • REBOUND STOP: N
    • Stroke Length: 7.09
    • Upper Mount Type: S1
  • The KYB Gas-a-just monotube shock absorber has additional performance advantages over the traditional twin-tube design: It can instantly, automatically adjust to your performance needs and never experiences fade due to aeration. The Gas-a-just is available as an OE monotube replacement and as an OE twin-tube performance upgrade. The KYB Gas-a-just has two separate working chambers: An air-free hydraulic piston and valve area for responsiveness and control, and a second high-pressure nitrogen gas area with a floating piston that provides a comfortable ride during normal driving and adds instant performance on demand.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1978 - International Scout II Front
Monroe
1991 International 4700LP Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber

P311-08C1DE2    66605  New

540395C92 , 83613 , 727761 , 345601

Qty:
$54.46
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Replaces OE #(s) 540395C92 Shocks are 1.38 in Bore
  • Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P01303
    • Compressed Length: 12.859
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 21.391
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2016
    • Min Year Covered: 1986
    • Most Popular Make / Model: International 3800
    • Most Popular Year: 1995
    • Parts Pack(s): P01303
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 98997
    • Travel Length: 8.532
    • Viaje: 8.532
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1991 - International 4700LP Front
Monroe
1989 International 1652SC Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber

P311-08C1DE2    66605  New

540395C92 , 83613 , 727761 , 345601

Qty:
$54.46
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Shocks are 1.38 in Bore; Steering Axle; OEM Part Number 540395C92
  • Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P01303
    • Compressed Length: 12.859
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 21.391
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2016
    • Min Year Covered: 1986
    • Most Popular Make / Model: International 3800
    • Most Popular Year: 1995
    • Parts Pack(s): P01303
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 98997
    • Travel Length: 8.532
    • Viaje: 8.532
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1989 - International 1652SC Front
Monroe
2002 International 3400 Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber

P311-08C1DE2    66605  New

540395C92 , 83613 , 727761 , 345601

Qty:
$54.46
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Replaces OE #(s) 2504419C1 Shocks are 1.38 in Bore
  • Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P01303
    • Compressed Length: 12.859
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 21.391
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2016
    • Min Year Covered: 1986
    • Most Popular Make / Model: International 3800
    • Most Popular Year: 1995
    • Parts Pack(s): P01303
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 98997
    • Travel Length: 8.532
    • Viaje: 8.532
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Position
2002 - International 3400 Bus (Non School) - Cab Forward Front
Monroe
1993 International 4600LP Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber

P311-08C1DE2    66605  New

540395C92 , 83613 , 727761 , 345601

Qty:
$54.46
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Replaces OE #(s) 540395C92 Shocks are 1.38 in Bore ; U-Haul
  • Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): P01303
    • Compressed Length: 12.859
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 21.391
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2016
    • Min Year Covered: 1986
    • Most Popular Make / Model: International 3800
    • Most Popular Year: 1995
    • Parts Pack(s): P01303
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 98997
    • Travel Length: 8.532
    • Viaje: 8.532
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1993 - International 4600LP Front
Monroe
1998 International 3000RE Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber

P311-21D055F    66422  New

3533356C1 , 83135 , 3578105C2

Qty:
$47.66
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Replaces OE #(s) 3533356C1 Shocks are 1.38 in Bore with 6,000 lb - 8,000 lb Axle
  • Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 13.281
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 20.313
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2019
    • Min Year Covered: 1996
    • Most Popular Make / Model: International 4300
    • Most Popular Year: 2007
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 241566
    • Travel Length: 7.032
    • Viaje: 7.032
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1998 - International 3000RE Front
Monroe
2018 International 4300 Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber

P311-21D055F    66422  New

3533356C1 , 83135 , 3578105C2

Qty:
$47.66
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Replaces OE #(s) 6127088C1 Shocks are 1.38 in Bore with 9,000 - 10,000 lb Front Suspension
  • Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 13.281
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 20.313
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2019
    • Min Year Covered: 1996
    • Most Popular Make / Model: International 4300
    • Most Popular Year: 2007
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 241566
    • Travel Length: 7.032
    • Viaje: 7.032
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2018 - International 4300 Front
Monroe
2008 International 3200 Shock Absorber - Front Monroe - Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber

P311-21D055F    66422  New

3533356C1 , 83135 , 3578105C2

Qty:
$47.66
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • Replaces OE #(s) 3533356C1 Shocks are 1.38 in Bore with 8,000 lb Axle(s)
  • Monroe Magnum Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Accesorio(s): None
    • Compressed Length: 13.281
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Length: 20.313
    • Material del Cubre Polvo: Metal
    • Max Year Covered: 2019
    • Min Year Covered: 1996
    • Most Popular Make / Model: International 4300
    • Most Popular Year: 2007
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 241566
    • Travel Length: 7.032
    • Viaje: 7.032
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Position
2008 - International 3200 Bus (Non School) - Cab Forward Front

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Trunk release not working since garage worked on it

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Question From debbiegrif on Trunk release not working since garage worked on it

Skoda Fabia Estate - 2003 - made by Volkswagon, not sure what the equivalent would be in the US

Hello,
I had the front shock absorbers, bushes, rear bump stop and rear light switch replaced and since this work the trunk no longer opens with the central locking, I have to pull the internal lever to open it. The garage have told me the wire needs replacing and that there can be no connection between the work they carried out and this issue. I no absolutely nothing about cars and wondered if anyone could confirm that this is a coincidence or if it is possible the wire was stretched/broken whilst the garage carried out the work.

I have taken the car back to the garage and was charged $75 for them to tell me it was the wire and that it would cost me a further $100 to replace it. I am now wary of going back to them without being forearmed with some knowledge.

I guess what I really want to know is where does the boot release cable go to? I'm assuming it is where the central locking is controlled, but I don't know where that is!

Thank you for any help you can give me,
Debbie

Response From re-tired Top Rated Answer

I doubt that few of us YANKS on this side of the pond even know what a "boot" is or have worked on a Skoda. However for sake of foreign relations I'll give it a go mate. I guessing your remote trunk is not operating . They were in the area doing work (the brake lite switch) . So could at least check the connections and the fuses .It will save you a few shillings.

Response From Hammer Time

Boot's is to wear on your feetzess

Response From debbiegrif

Brilliant! I never thought about the language barrier. I'm going for a walk to the shopping centre on the pavement and then I'll take the lift to top floor.
Debbie (the English one)

Response From Jeff Norfolk

LOL! Hammer have you been drinking?

Response From re-tired

Thanks HT . I owe you a pint.

Loud ticking noise in 2.2 Ecotec

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Question From bluearc74 on Loud ticking noise in 2.2 Ecotec

Hello all. I am going to take my car into the shop to see if they can help me diagnose my issue. I have a 2003 Chevy Cavalier with the 2.2 ecotec engine. It has 98,000km and seemed to be in great shape until the other day it started making a small tick noise almost like hedge trimmers under my hood. It only seems to be the loudest at higher speeds and when letting off the throttle. I do hear it when picking up speed with higher rpm bit not as much just normally picking up speeds on the highway such as passing. It does seem to be getting worse. I changed the oil and it still is just as bad and didn't seem to help any. I have read different issues with ticking and so far the closest seem to be lifters and loose tension on timing chain. I have usually been able to avoid taking my vehicle in by diagnosing the issues by reading forums or help with my father in law who is a mechanic but lives too far to diagnose :-(. Any help on this would be much appreciated. Cheers!


Response From Discretesignals

Without hearing the noise or being there to pinpoint the source we can't give you an accurate diagnosis. It probably wouldn't hurt to have it looked at by a repair shop.

Response From bluearc74

Yeah I am taking it in tomorrow morning. If it just the tensioner for the timing chain is this something easy for someone that is somewhat mechanically inclined? I do most my work as it is just not ready to rip the motor right apart.Cheers

Response From Discretesignals

Don't know how mechanically inclined you actually are, but this isn't something for a novice. If you get it wrong, you'll end up with some big problems. If your going inside there to replace the tensioner, you should also do the chains, water pump, and guides. Chains stretch and guides wear out.


Response From bluearc74

Well I took it to 3 shops and my father in law who is a mechanic all said the ticking is definitely a timing chain area sound. So I took the easier route first and purchased the updated style of timing chain tensioner and it was definitely different. Unscrewed the old one and noticed that the new one was shorter from the seat to where the tip would fully extend. This worried me as it would not be long enough to hit the tensioner on start up. I know there are a lot of guys that said only the old style tensioners had to be tapped and released but this one you just stick in and a way you go. I took it upon myself to release it before I stuck it in. It took one little tap on the end and she popped out and was now as long as the old style tensioner. Also when pushing on it, it now had spring tension on it, where it didn't before it was released. My father in law who is a mechanic said that the spring is still the main use for tension on the guide but the oil port on the new style fills the tensioner and acts as a cushion for the ram along with the spring.
I was also told that screwing it in with it released, the curved tip when you screw it in will automatically seat as it turns freely and not to worry. Well I put it in and she started up with no ticking but unfortunately once out for a drive there is still some sort of ticking coming from the same area. My guess is that there may have been a little more damage in there from driving it with it sloppy for a while. I guess I will now have to rip it apart and do a inspection and see what I can find!! Does anyone have any good DIY stuff on this job? My father in law said he would give phone support as he is 3 hours away but it would be nice to have some other reference material.Thanks for the help up to this point all!!


Cheers

Response From Hammer Time

Or there could be an oil pressure problem.

Response From Discretesignals

HT does have a good point. Screwing an oil pressure gauge into the sender port and verifying oil pressure when the engine is hot is a good idea before going all out performing a chain job. Should be 30-70 psi at 1000 rpm according to specifications.

If the pressure is good, the chain might be stretched out and slapping around in there. Chains do break on those things and when they do, your pulling the head to fix bent valves. I think your on the right track pulling it apart and replacing everything. With everything apart you could also push pressured oil in through the oil pressure sender port to be sure your feed to the chain tensioner is clear. Also make sure the oil nozzle is clear. There may be an updated nozzle in the timing chain kit.


Response From bluearc74 Top Rated Answer

I will definitely check the oil pressure. These new updated styles are spring loaded once activated and isn't the oil there just to add some shock absorbing cushion like lifters? I fully extended mine and screwed it in as it was the same extended length as the old style tensioner that I pulled out.


The port where to screw the pressure guage is located where. I have never needed to do this before as most my vehicles have gauges in the dash. Does anyone have a picture of this?


I am also wondering what the purpose is to activate these things so they pop out once they are installed. I know they do not need to as some have commented. For them to work properly they still need to expand to release the spring tension and use the oil as a buffer medium. Most guys I were told put them in without releasing them and once the engine is started they usually for most people internally get smacked and release on their own. Some people have not been as lucky. I just don't understand why they say to be released in place. I don't see why releasing them out of the car would be any different. Once released out of the car they actually are the same length as the old style and not shorter. I could see if there was a lot of tension trying to start the threads once released but it goes in fine.

I am going to start ripping everything apart today, so any help with this would be extremely helpful. Cheers all!!

Response From Hammer Time

Those tensioners are hydraulic and operate from oil pressure.

Response From bluearc74


Those tensioners are hydraulic and operate from oil pressure.

Ok fair enough. So where d the oil enter the hole on the threads. Is there a port where the threads sit on the block that supplies the oil? If so it would have to be exactly aligned to hit that small hole. Just trying to make sense. And can you explain why it cant be released out of the vehicle? Also where I can check the oil pressure?Cheers

Response From Hammer Time

There is a port in the block under that particular tensioner shown in your picture. Alignment isn't an issue. It automatically aligns with the bolts but that tensioner is only for the balance shaft chain.

The main tensioner is external and can be faulty in itself.



Response From bluearc74

Well first of thanks for all the info so far. It has helped greatly!!

Anyway back to the drawing board. After ripping her all apart and replacing the chain,cam and crank sprockets,bolts,the three guides, oil nozzle,timing chain tensioner, and balance chain tensioner with all GM parts she still has a mysteriuos chatter once warmed up. It definately does only sound more pronounced when the rpm,s are lower and engine is warm. My next step was to maybe check my oil pressure as it maybe will need that extra bit to tension those two chains?

My dash does not have a oil pressure guage so does anyone know where and exactly how to attach a pressure guage to the car somewhere? I was thinking if there would maybe be a port to attach to as I have access to a pile of different guages here at work. Also the size of threads and epected pressure would help so as to make up some kind of fittings and know where i should be at.

Also if anyone has any other ideas what this annoying noise could be that would help? My father in law did take his mechanics stethescope and he as well as three other mechanics feel it is definately coming from the timing chain area. I also pulled the serpentine belt off and ran it to see if the noise dissapeared thinking it may be just the tensioner pully going bad but no such luck.

Cheers

Response From Hammer Time

You have to remove the sender for the light and take a reading from that port.

Response From bluearc74

I have read that there is a proper place to take the most accurate reading as the oil goes through an orifice somewhere. Also the alternator needs to be removed and a t must be installed in order to keep the sensor on otherwise the car won't start? All this also happened after an oil change. I have read to use the proper filters as some of the orings are not good on the filters? I also am picking up the updated filter cap with filter after work and will try that.

Response From Hammer Time

I don't know where you are getting this nonsense but that's ridiculous. There is nothing that shuts an engine down if the oil pressure sender is disconnected and as for starting, there is never any oil pressure until after the car starts. You simply remove the oil pressure sender and attach your gauge to that hole and run the car.

Response From bluearc74

Ok is there a size of adapter needed to tie in where the sender goes? And what type of pressures should i expect?

Response From Hammer Time

You're going to have to remove the sender to see what the thread size if. It will be a pipe thread. The pressure will vary with engine temp and RPM but it should never go below 5PSI. 10 to 15 at idle and full operating temp would be preferred.

Response From bluearc74

I changed to the new updated oil filter hosing cap and filter. Got it right from GM. It was totally different. Also I noticed that where the timing chaing tensioner stops when threaded in I marked the 1 1/4" bolt head where the hole is and slotted threads to see if it lines up with the hole inside the block where the oil is suppose to pump in to the tensioner and it goes past this spot. The hole in the block is about 12 oclock and the hole on the tensioner stops between 1 and 2 oclock. i back this up a bit after installing the filter and housing, took it for a drive and it definately did change the noise to less occurance. Not sure why the tensioner doesn't line up. It is a new updated tensioner as well.

Response From Hammer Time

Every time we advise you to do something you come back telling us you did something different. I'm going to leave you to make your own decisions. You are doing that anyway.

Response From bluearc74

Don't worry I am doing what you recommend. I just don't have the time and parts yet to do the sender so thought I would do the easier trials as it took like five minutes. I will be doing whatever possible as I need this fixed as this car will be my boys first car and only has 90000km on it. I have to try all my options right?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Direct from where oil switch is removed IS the best + easiest way for REAL gauge oil pressure testing. You do need a socket for the switch and a 1/4 (I think) NPT (plumbing threaded end) for the gauge screwed into that same hole.


Pic may be wrong but says you get at this from the underside............



I can't think of another spot to get accurate pressure info. If you don't have time or tools for it get this done for you or borrow if possible the right stuff to do it.


If this really lacks adequate oil pressure your sons aren't going to get this car IMO,


T

Response From bluearc74

If it is a matter of the oil pressure being insufficient can a guy not rebuild the oil pump as I heard it is a fairly easy job, wherever it may be. Or maybe put some equivalent to MMO, ATF or something in the oil to maybe unplug any orifices? The engine was sparkly clean when I opened her up so never really thought there would be plugged issues even only having 90000km.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

? Generally if oil pressure is REALLY under spec you have already done damage you are unlikely to fix. Unfortunately even accurate warnings on dash and this one showed that it could have both a gauge and would light a warning light that is still "like the problem was yesterday not now" type warning.


Yes, oil pump could be fixed if it was the only problem but the wear possible would likely be extensive. You would usually hear it as a dull knock when warm mostly at first.


If from a sludged up engine and pick up screen too late again IMO. Oil is the life blood of an engine - period. Additives to thicken can cover it some but it's just covering a problem and can cause its own. No magic in a can. If an engine can't behave on what it called for, for OE oil there's trouble.


All this if just very slight and this is the cause of your noise at that specific item discussed it might all be fine if fixed - can't know for sure but the info good or bad is valuable to be certain that it either IS or IS NOT the cause.


All this is checking to rule things in or out and sorry it's being such a hassle to do this. No question it takes tons of tools and they cost a fortune to do all this for assorted things routinely which is why is costs to just send everything out. When tools and experience are needed enough and too impossible + expensive for one time things sending the work out makes sense.


That goes for lots of things car or otherwise. Knowing is the important part,


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Response From bluearc74

Well thank you for the info. Highly appreciated. I sure do hope it isn't a low oil pressure issue. just running out of options. I was gonna take it into a local shop and he was guaranteeing that the timing set was the issue. The cost would be 1000 for labour and parts for two guides and the chain. I got three guides, tensioner, oil nozzle, cam sprockets, crank sprocket, bolts, cover gasket and chain for 350 delivered from engine crate depot and all GM oem parts. Now that that isn't the problem I will spend more time and money but atleast it wasn't a 1000.

Response From Hammer Time

The oil pressure test should have been the very first thing done before any parts were changed but it appears to be the last.

Response From bluearc74

Yeah well it wasn't as three garages including GM pretty much 100%guaranteed it was the timing set issue with need of the updated tensioner. So that's why I went with that. This is also not the only forum that I have this issue on as it is best to get as much feedback as possible and the timing chain set was recommended everywhere else and not the oil pressure.

So now the funny thing is tonight on the way home from work I almost can't even hear the noise. At idle once I got home there isn't even the smallest of tick. Nor sure what the heck happened. The only quick thing I did last night was the filter housing cap and moved the timing chain tensioner back so the internal hole lines up with the hole on the tensioner. Faulty tensioner? It's weird anyway. I am still going to get my pressure checked. Might just take it in a garage as they will have the correct tools anyway.

Response From bluearc74

So The noise got worse each day. My father in law who is a mechanic picked the car up,hauled it to his shop, dropped the oil pan and found that the top connecting rod bearing on number one had worn and slipped right around and was on top of the bottom rod bearing. So all along the starting of the ticking was in fact not the timing chain but resonated the sound in the middle on the number one side making it almost sound this way. He pulled the old motor and dropped a 2005 with 90,000km fro SGI in it in just under 4 hours. It purrs and sounds a heck of alot better.

The one thing I noticed is that the external timing chain tensioner still has the flat head and not the little nub on the end indicating that this is not the updated style. Do i wait and keep my new tensioner if it starts ticking? Or should I just go ahead, reset it, stick it in and pull the valve cover off and tap the tensioner and set it?

I took all the brand new parts out that I had put in the old motor and may just put them on ebay or something as they maybe seen 2 hours of use in the old motor and are perfectly fine. I have the crank and cam sprockets, guides, bolts ,oil nozzle,balance shaft chain tensioner, and timing chain plus the cover seals that i didn't need to use.

Here is a couple pics of the damage

https://www.dropbox.com/s/goblcvkzvfefivk/20140329_161833.mp4?dl=0
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Thanks for everyones help along the way!!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I didn't re-read the whole thread but is of interest as what was finally found. We may never know how that happened or why it didn't blow up brand new right away with something like that. It would elude a lot of checking IMO.


There's a couple tests (perhaps already mentioned sorry) of cancelling a cylinder and when one is isolated noises should be tell tale. Double knocks, single knocks, deep dull knocks and more.


Had one now a couple years ago with a distinct lifter type tap - just one and only began after a couple minutes from stone cold. All tests showed fine. That case not going to toss too much at that car at all over it. It ran new with noise and never torn down. That one I'll only guess (6 or more techs heard it live and checked stuff not just me) that the cause was from it's history some known that an elder gentleman owned it from new, few miles but typical marks of rubbing tires and scrapes from a garage.


The guess was this guy was hard of hearing (my own grandfather was too) and revved the snots out of the engine stone cold as if to warm it up or fight with a carbed engine so it wouldn't flood out (96, 4.6 Ford) that you wouldn't need to do anything but turn a key and it wrecked a rod bearing somehow but didn't kill it. That one shut totally up with the one cylinder cancelled.


Owner (130 miles away) gave up and sold it right away not wanting to get into it more and cut loses so will never know for sure.


Glad for you that you know what caused the noise and guess the same will never know why it did that for sure and yet didn't just blow up on you to remove all doubt.


To me this type stuff is pretty rare without some reason as if defective new it should have shown up right away but can only guess.


Thanks for posting that it was found and another engine available fixed it. Good luck selling off any used parts but doubt you'll get too much for them,


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Response From bluearc74

Thanks a lot for the pic. I will definately rig a pressure switch up with some flexible hose and a fitting for 1/4 inch thread. Do you know what kinds of pressures I should be looking for? Also the position of this sensor, where abouts is it? Do ya have to remove the alternator to get at it? As for socket it's just a regular socket? Nothing specialized?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Special socket for those. Just be careful not to bust sender with a poor angle of socket on it. I do NOT suggest using channel locks on the thing if you were thinking about that,


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Response From bluearc74

Well I took it into a shop and they said they werent sure what it may be. But it may be the chain,or maybe conecting rods. They quoted 1000.00 to change the chain out. That includes the timing chain set parts and 6 hours of labour. I am taking it to another guy tomorrow for a second opinion. Any thoughts?