Rear shocks: You will need 15 and 18 mm sockets or wrenches, but combinationwrenches will work as well. First, place your vehicle on jackstands and also support the side you are doing with a jack. (If youremove the spare tire it will give you a lot more room to work.)Second, coat the bull pens ...
Possible bad torque converter, low fluid level, bad clutch packs
At the base of the engine you will find the starter.
Could be torque converter going bad or cylinoid in a certain gear is burning up and going bad.
Take the door panels screw the screws out the speaker pull the plug off the speaker put the new one redoing everything you did to take it out
Passenger side valve cover
The Ram Forum has this advice: 6.75 or 6.5 fit the front and back doors. 6x9 front (reason why smaller fits) and 5.25 rear. However, you canmake any size fit any door if you are willing to cut metal and makespacers. Dash speakers 3.5.
Inside the fuel tank attached to the fuel pump assembly. To replaceit you replace the entire fuel pump.
on top of the gas tank, part of the pump.
It is common for blower resistors to supersede to new style parts.
Bleed the fuel lines at the injectors, driver's side of the head,by cracking them open and turning the motor. Video in the link.
if you are facing the engine, its on the bottom left side of thethe engine. Close to radiator.
Check all of the fuses and relays, if they are good, chances are that the blower motor is bad, but once you get it out try to get electricity to it both +and- if it works then, the switch is bad.... This is what I would do...
you need 13mm spanner,undo the lower slider bolt,rotate the cliper upwards,remove the resevoir cap,push the position back,swap the pads and refit. no more than 30min. ;)
Low battery (bad battery or alternator) or bad starter, mostlikely.
check and replace tires and tie rod ends as neccassary
Ahat thinks look like autumn?
Remove belt and tensioner complete should be able to be unbolted from engine (Left-hand thread)
not normally, unless it was somehow getting the coilpacks/distributer (don't know your year) wet and shorting them out.
I have a 2003 truck. After taking the two screws out, you should be able to "pop" out the other side.
no idea all i can find is people looking for the same answer maybe incorporated into computer
An overheating engine could be caused by a number of things. None of these things have to do with the make/model/type of vehicle. These things are true for all gas/diesel automobiles. 1) Low coolant or no coolant (antifreeze) levels in radiator. This could be caused by a leak, either from the...
best bet, bet the oem number off of the carb that is on the vechile. Your local parts store should be able to locate the correct replacement with this number. The number should be on a metal tag on the carb, or stamped in the side of the carb. Mike.C. Says; Make sure the carb is the one from the...
It's at the front, drivers side corner of the engine, between the engine and the battery..
It's under a cover and on the bottom of the throttle body..
Check the vin number there should be a "z" in the 8th spot on the vin number
You may be able to reset it after you repair the problem that set the light in the first place, by disconnecting the battery for 5 minutes. That may not work on your 1996. If not, you will need an OBD scan tool to reset the light.
The position of the selector rod in the valve body of the transmission, as selected by the gear lever in the cab. Also the PCM reads numerous sensors to control governor pressure, OD and TCC solenoids.
Moisture can seep in between the sheets of glass along the glue of laminated glass. Not likely. The smog or film on the inside of the windshield is primarily comprised of outgassed silicones used to preserve the interiors of cars. You can use cleaners to soften, spread, and clean towels to remove...
Most are self-adjusting.
Try backing up and stopping vehicle using the parking brake 3-4 times
\nDear Sir,\nThe problem is most likely the switch on the passenger side has gone bad..
\nYou might want to be sure that your WINDOW LOCK button is not on. It is on the driver's side control panel located on the door..
\ni have to go for the switch as well..
I'm assuming that you are talking about the front lower ball joint as they are the most common. You remove the tire then remove the axle nut in the center of the rotor it is a should be a 32mm socket. removw the lower ball joint nut, it is a 17mm socket then with a ball hammer hit the metal casing...
Short box, 26 gallons Long box, 35 gallons
If you're not running sulphuric acid for coolant, there is no reason why a new heater core would wear out so quickly. If the parts you're using are not new, there is no way of knowing how long they will last. if at any time you have used stop leak the radiator could become clogged at the bottom...
aperantly take the light out
The 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 PU came equipped with the 6F55 6-speedautomatic transmission. The total service fill for thistransmission is 11.6 quarts.
Should be in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
oil filter housing
Try the technical dept of your library. I just got the complete wiring diagram for my 88 accord.
IT DEPENDS ON THE HEAD BOLT MFG. STOCK HEAD BOLTS ARE 65 FT.LBS TO 72 FT. LBS! ANY OTHER BOLT YOU TYOU NEED TO GO BY WHAT THEY SAY!
Yes and no. It will increase the resistance to the drivetrain and reduce maximum attainable speed. However if only the limited slip differential is bad then there is no real affect.
Your PCV valve is located on the valve cover. It should consist of a grommet on top of your valve cover. The PCV sits on top of the valve cover and the top portion has a rubber hose which leads away from it. Remove the rubber hose from the top of the PCV valve and then remove the PCV...
The voltage regulator is located on the firewall, just right of center of the engine.
Check under your seats, there is a sensor cable. It maybe disconnected.
While I don't have exact figures, I'd imagine the Firebird was the quicker. It's a lighter car. It also depends on rear end gears, tranny, etc.
Cylinder head bolt torque 2.7L M8.....21 ft/lbs\nM11 Step1 35ft/lbs\n2 55ft/lbs\n3 55ft/lbs\n4 Plus 1/4 turn
The wiring is already run for you. It's a simple matter of wiring up the brake controller and installing it in the cabin..
Go where ever you comfortably shop (I got mine and Wal-Mart)and get the best controller you can afford. They all work the same but the higher priced unit are more user friendly....
Probably a bad master cylinder...
1. First remove the plastic triangle with the tweeter, gently pry it off. The "clip" / "retaining point" is situated about 1/2" from the tweeter outside ring above it at about 2 o'clock angle (north-east). The clip is a round plastic cylinder with a metal clip screwed to it. (or for the passenger...
Depending on your age and driving record. If your 23 years old with a moderately bad driving record with 3-4 points, your insurance would be around $5,000/year.
Check for rusted brake parts, and also for partly seized bearing plates on the front struts, causing them to turn in a rough or jerky fashion. Sometimes the struts can be greased but often they need to be replaced.
Yes, Dodge has used a Dana 60.
yes it does...they came stock on 2500 and 3500 rams, 4wd...for example, my dodge is a 01 2500 diesel, has a Dana 60 front and a Dana 70 rear...if it will fit on a 1500, well it can, but it will need modification most likely.
This is not really a complete question. Not sure what is beingasked here and so cannot give a complete answer.
\nOn a honda, the ignition mount had "Shear bolts" with no heads on both sides. I used a Dremel tool and made a notch for a screwdriver. Worked great.
Needs to be posted in the auto section.
I had a 92 dodge i/s ton that sat for a long time.... mice had packed muffler and exhaust system right full of stuff..... had to remove and replace with new before truck would run
First of all 318 refers to the cubic inches of the engine, or a 5.2 liter. hich ever measurement you use it still refers to the same engine in your truck. .
The vacuum line diagram is located on the core support under your hood, the label is put there by the manufacturer, it also contains other...
The easiest way is to take it to a reputable shop. Although you canrent it there is a tool called a "spring Compressor" that isrequired to do this job. Not recommended for the backyard mechanic. The Jeep will need to be jacked way up till all the weight is offthe spring and the wheel is hanging...
hit the tire with a mallet dont hit the rim it might damage it
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\nThere are two and they are on the exhaust pipe. One in front of the catalytic converter (upstream) and one behind (downstream). Replacement is roughly equivalent to replacing a spark plug. Make sure to get the special socket that Autozone loans out.\n.
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would start with 4, check after a minute or 2 then add as needed 5
It sounds like the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) has failed. If the VSS fails, it can cause the symptoms you are describing. Check the wiring and make sure your VSS is properly plugged in before you replace the VSS. Where the VSS is located can vary depending on Make Model and Year. Check your vehicles...
This procedure applies for both 194, 230 & 250cui engines..
1. Clean the intake manifold using 200 grit emery cloth until metal is shiny..
2. Locate carb. gaskets, use high temp silicone (red) and apply a thin coating on the manifold suface. Install gasket on to mainfold..
3. Clean both sides heat...
It is on the wiring harness under the hood on the passenger side of the firewall.
from the furthest caliper from the master cylinder. Start with that one and move closer.
\nyou need to remove the entire steering knuckle and have a machine shop press out the hub and bearing for you.
Back of the engine, next to the distributor
You might have pushed the window lock button which will cause you to not be able to open any of the windows. You might also have a bad computer which is getting old and needs to be thrown away
18436572 clock wise looking down at the cap, should be one lug with the #1 stamped into the cap 1357 are on the driverside of engine 1 being at the front of engine,2468 on passanger side 2 being at the front of engine
Answer quad cab rear diff sensor. .
It is not a switch, but a speed sensor used by the anti lock braking system to sense rear wheel speed.
The wheel and lug specification for the 2005 Dodge Dakota with the17x7 inch wheels are as follows. The bolt layout diameter of 5.5inches and a lug pattern of 5-139.
I just had the same problem. This is what I found and fixed it! When the cable comes down and keeps going but the tire stays up it is because of a metal piece that is supposed to move inside the piece that holds the tire but because of rust or something is does not move inside and gets stuck and...
She most likely has a severe tooth infection; the soiling will be excess salivation. A common cause of tooth trouble in rabbits is because of misaligned teeth, which cannot be kept down to size by the rabbit's chewing, so they can grow into the wall or palate of the mouth. However rabbits...
look on your intake manifold each cyl.has a num.above it.near the frunt of the manifold is your fireing order.bring #1 to t.d.c.(top-dead-center)the rotor button is at #1.cap should be marked..
A small exhaust leak should not be the cause..
It sounds like there is not enough fuel getting to the fuel rail. You don't say how old the vehicle is but could it have a dirty fuel filter or faulty fuel pump?
These aren't bad trucks. They just aren't very good trucks either. If you want gas mileage get a Ranger or an S-10. Even a full size will beat the Dakota for MPG..
No major repair or maintenance issues if it's had proper care up to this point.
Should be in the fuse box on 2000 models\n.
IF you mean the four way flasher control button,it is on top the steering column between the dashboard and top half of the steering wheel.
can be water pump, radiator, heater core, thermostat housing, hose, or freeze-out plugs
1. Loosen the lug nuts..
2. Jack up the tire..
3. Remove the lug nuts and tire--now rotor and brake caliper should be visible..
4. Use large C clamp, to clamp across the top of the disc brake caliper, placing one of the feet of the clamp on the disc pad facing you and the other on the back of the...
look under the back of your truck. there should be a steel line running from each brake cylinder to a splitter about midway down the axel. there should also be a metal line running from the splitter to the fluid reseviour in your engine compartment. to remove the lines: find the proper size wrench....
Got to Autozone's website and they have one under repair guides.