20 Most Recent Lisle Serpentine Belt Tool_1 Questions & Answers


Assuming it is a 3.0L engine, not 3.8.76bf277.gif

Lisle Serpentine... | Answered on Dec 29, 2009


look by radiator cover by hood latch diagram should be there

Lisle Serpentine... | Answered on Sep 27, 2009


There should be a diagram attached on the underside of the hood. Check there.

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Lisle Serpentine... | Answered on Sep 12, 2009


In most brands of this breakers there is no oil used , (only if there is an oil sight glass on it) some rotary hammers or breakers with high rpm have oil lubrication ( in most case its a sinc free hydraulic oil) (or special Turmopol oil (by Hilti) but this kind of hammers have no high rpm for oil and i think its having a normal grease lubrication and its enough for replace the grease after the carbon brushes are short and the tool stopped working then its time for service o-rings and seals and grease for the next service by the ALdi service.??

Hammering | Answered on Dec 02, 2019


Ureythn GE00 is madr by Fuchs in Germany - see their website.
Darina is made by Shell - see internet for comparable grease

Hammering | Answered on Nov 07, 2019


no information generic answer --notify the manufacturer or owners manual for assistance

Hammering | Answered on Sep 13, 2019


If an oil sight glass is in the modelrange of the brand ROK Rottela 40 , but if no sight glass is used in the model then often is to use special Grease lubrication. or only an special volume of oil and most used of them are zinc-free hydraulic based and included in the manual instructions of a maintenance set (service kit)wear parts set.

Hammering | Answered on May 29, 2019


3 to 4 ounces for first fill. You actually unscrew the oil gauge with the little wrench that should have come with the tool and add the oil there. After putting the cap back on, hold the tool upright to check the oil level. Check daily and add oil when the level drops to 1/4 when checking as described above.

Hammering | Answered on Apr 05, 2019


kango 950 was the hammer drill version. Usually when they stopped hammering they were due for a rebuild. These units have a aluminum piston that rides in a steel tube striker. When the 2 rubber piston rings wear out you will get the described problem. The Kango's use a special tan grease so you cannot just yank it apart and replace the 2 rings with o-rings and grease. I had to rebuild 15 900 and 950's because the previous mechanic used the wrong grease. https://project21designs.com/kango-950-parts
The link sells grease & rings.

Hammering | Answered on Mar 13, 2019


You need to check armature gear it can be damaged. Connection rod can be broken or you just need new o-rings and grease

Hammering | Answered on Feb 09, 2019


Buy a new switch the old switch was modificated by an maintenance kit if you have an old blue or red real Kango from England. or black Atlas Copco .
But if you have the red Milwaukee Kango then there is only a new switch to replace.

Hammering | Answered on Aug 28, 2018


  1. The total condition of the seal anvil piston and striker are very important for the total condition of impact when spending a service kit (maintenance) when there is leakage at the front part everything will be hot inside and the rings will harden again quickly.


kango 900 950 round switch housing

Hammering | Answered on Aug 16, 2018


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Hammering | Answered on Aug 03, 2018


Spay it with WD40 penetration fluid.

Hammering | Answered on Jul 24, 2018

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