Hey Tony==The crank sensor is on the rear of some jeeps attached to the bell housing. It in itself won't cause overheating. If you have electric fans, make sure they are operating properly. Make sure the radiator is flowing coolant and not have a bunch of build up. Good luck Joe
I believe that the 1.2 Corsa engine swapped to a chain driven cam with the move to the 'latest shape' cars - usually Y registration and onwards. A 2000 Corsa is the previous model and will, I reckon, have the belt driven cam. So, it's 4year/40,000 mile belt changes under vauxhall's latest...
Remove the engine covers and carefully remove the ignition wires from the spark plugs, there are 12 of them, then remove the spark plugs with a 5/8 plug socket. Make sure the gap is correct on new plugs put a bit of anti seize on the threads then install the new plugs...
Relays are located in the engine compartment fuse panel
If you need to replace the pads only, it can cost about $20 and more depending on state and city. If you need to replace rotors or/and calipers, it might cost $400 to $500 on average and more.
There wasn't a 1991 Dodge Stratus.
Take out the whole dash and then the heater core should be behind the glove box on the passenger side.
because dex-cool has different heat dissipation property's then green ethylglycol coolant.. use of green prestone in a dex cool system can cause head gasket and overheat issues not to mention premature internal wear.
should just pry right off
i will answer it as best as I can. With all computer systems in cars their are always differences in the features and what your computer will tell you with lights. If you car did come equipped with a sensor to check for low oil it may be damaged in some way or you do not have one at all and...
Can you clarify what a 206 is? A 206 can be a lot of things. It might be very specific to you, but to those of us who are trying to help you, more specific information would be helpful. Thanks, Shawna
try replacing the blower motor resistor
Where is the cable broken? They usually break at the handle so just use pliers to pull the cable end sticking out. May help to have someone push down a little on the hood if the latch is dry and sticking. That's usually why they break.
Change a clutch on a cinquecento sporting 1.1 OHC engine Before you start make no mistake, for someone with little or no experience like myself, this is no walk in the park. Although others on here may think different First things first you'll need to jack your car up at the front end. Be sure to...
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Any vehicle. Start it cold. Feel the upper and lower hoses as the engine warms up. If the hoses warm up the same time it's stuck open. One should get hot and the other stay colder until the engine reaches normal temp. Around 195f. Then the thermostat opens and the other will get hot. If the engine...
You have to remove the starter and run a new wire
All you need to do is open up your hood. Then on the left side should be your air intake. Take off the cover and there should be some clips around the outside of the box that you unclip. Also loosen and detach the big tube in the front. When that is off and the clips are off just lift up the...
It is either on the back left in the engine department. Or you have a full plug on the transmission and its full when it spills overs.
Just follow the big hose coming out of your radiator and it is right there
by what i understand its located between the crank pully and block.
This is for fuel injected: Removal & Installation Disconnect the negative battery cable. Relieve fuel system pressure. Disconnect the ignition coil. Remove the upper intake manifold. Disconnect the vacuum line to the regulator. Remove the snap...
This is usually reserved for professionals with a/c refrigeration recovery systems as it is a EPA fine to discharge freon into the atmosphere, but you will need to remove drive belt assembly from vehicle and them locate hardware holding a/c pump in place, you may also need to remove a/c...
It should be in the front under the hood near the intake
The fuel is going to be connected to the fuel line, first find the fuel line and follow it, and you should find be able to find the fuel filter.
In the power steering pump
The force required to open air bags is dangerous for children, infants, and small adults.
you can replace the speedometer by taking it to your nearest car dealers shop/ sale or you can just take it and post it online by taking a picture and people can tell you and give you a bit more information about this ;)
You will need to remove cowling grill assembly from vehicle usually a series of screws and clips which will then expose wiper linkage system, look for bolts holding in wiper motor, and remove assembly ensure you put a mark on windshield where wipers are to easy when you attempt to put them...
Check distributor Check timing and timing chainCheck wires and all electrical parts pertaining ignition system
Generally replace every 40,000 miles
You can replace the whole thing, or you can use a restoration kit. You open it up by, I'm pretty sure, cutting the glue, then attach a buffer attachment to your drill. Then you use the solution and the buffer to clean up the lens before gluing it together again.
remove rear drive shaft. remove pinion yolk from front of diff.remove oinion seal replace with new one. replace pinion yolk, replace driveshaft,.. dhceck ujoints of drive shaft while out, its a good time to replace them
Use a 5.5 mm socket to remove the three bolts in the panel under the dash, then remove the 2 bolts out of the blower resistor. Disconnect the wire connector, then remove the resistor.
Remove the old wiper and replace with a new one
Hey. If you can access the back of the roller there may be a bar that runs from one side of the roller to the other side of the roller,this bar locks the roller up in a collision or during severe braking,you can usually lift or rotate this bar and then pull the belt out from there to then...
Look for detent marking on camshaft sprockets and align them with timing marks on cylinder head, should be visable markings and ensure that engine is at TDC on compression stroke, and timing marks should all line up
Short to ground, somewhere.
no and maybe it not connected to your car motor and it motor.
It is always recommended when you replace timing belt to replaces any and all timing belt components, but if they do not show ware and tension correctly then you are good to go, it is always easier to do preventive maintenance then repair or replace due to component damage, usually you can...
Timing chains have no scheduled replacement they are designed to last the life of the engine. Timing belts have replacement intervals
The lightbulb is probably out or your car is geting old
Get the manual and read the part on what your working on and go from there
Under the passenger side of the dash
The fuel is inside the hood
The pad on the clutch is getting low
About 6 quarts, depends if it's completely dry or flush and fill
Take off the inner door panel then remove them insulation plastic then reach inside and adjust it back on track feeling it with your hands
I had to replace my thermostat. I moved the throttle head out of the way. I removed the air cleaner assy. I then removed the two bolts from the housing area and pulled out the thermostat. The tools I used were the 10mm/ 13mm/ flathead screw driver to remove air cleaner, and I also loosened four...
I have found that a lot of burnt cd's are a hair bigger in diameter and get jammed in the Ford 6 disc changer... Just remove the stereo take the cover off manually remove the disc on top then plug it back in and it should eject all the other ones unless there are more that are stuck...
Well before you ask that question. The real question is how often do you drive your vehicle and how far you drive.
His engine already hot is the heater on all these things play a role in that
pop the hood right there in the front you look down and there you go there it is
Both turn signals work when they want to. The hazzard lights work just fine. All bulbs are great. The turn signal indicator will flash inside the car for a few seconds and then stop. The outisde turn signal lights stop too.
Take the oldest one out 1st
If its fuel injected then It should b located in the gas tank.
With a 7/8in. Oxygen sensor socket or wrench
Open the hood, and look to the left ride of the radiator and about a foot or so down; there is a wing nut that can be turned counter clockwise until the coolant starts to drain out. Place a pan to catch to old coolant and turn the wing nut to drain. Once the coolant is out, remove the...
Check under the hood in the fuse relay box.
In the fuse box. They are often labeled.
== Answer == 2 wire has a live wire to energise the field where as the single wire alternator self energises and does not need the powered feed.
you have to get it off the ground, then look for the pan and take the bolt out, make sure there's a pan under it
Tools required: 6mm socket/ratchet7mm socket/ratchetSocket U-joint with extensionStep 1: Loosen and remove the 7mm bolts (3) that hold the protective panel in place beneath the glove compartment. Remove this panel.Step 2: Disconnect the blower motor resistor's wiring harness (1).Step 3: Loosen and...
At the base of the engine you will find the starter.
Where u put gas in its behind that under it car and have a mechanic do it
Ur battery cable may need to be cleaned coz battery acid corrodes on cables & its not getting a good connection. If theres no corrosion on cables then the cables may b loose. If its still having hard time cranking then it may need a new battery...possibly a stronger battery..
First diconnect battery for the safety of ur self second remove the fan shroud around the engine fan there are two bolts size 10 minimeter third remove the fan its 4 bolts wat holds the fan down.Fourth step remove the water pump pulley fifth step remove the water pump bolts but ones you remove them...
If I had to just go from memory, and I haven't seen a neon in years... I would say 19mm for the lug nuts, 6mm or 7mm Allen for caliper bolts, flat screwdriver to aid in caliper removal and use your preferred method of pushing the caliper back ie C-clamp, channel locks, caliper depressing tool etc
1. block rear wheel so it won't roll; 2) loosen lug nuts; 3) jack up wheel with jack under cross frame; 4) place jack stand under spring support & lower jack to rest PU on stand but keep jack in place holding some weight; 5) remove lug nuts and wheel; 6) remove the 2 bolts that hold the...
I had to replace the fuel pump twice. First time the vehicle wouldn't start. Worked like a charm after the replacement, until the fuel gauge sensor failed. Second pump I have put in worked fine until the vehicle started stalling randomly. Kicking the gas tank to start it helped for a while....
Not really, your engine actually work it down to your oil-pan and your filter will keep it from doing damage. Do get the oil change as soon as you can
Yeah u can all u have to do is loosen the belt tensioner and take the old one off put new one on then tighten tensioner
Amsoil makes some of the best automotive fluids on the market.
Go under the glove compartment
so long as they are the correct heat range, any platinum plug is ok
What engine? ?? Probably the quad 4 we all came to fall in love with... I'm going to say remove the drive belt and tensioner then remove the lower t stat bolt out from through the front of the timing cover... could be mistaken tho...
there should be a fuse schematic/diagram on the underside of the cover of the fuse box