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
Rear shocks: You will need 15 and 18 mm sockets or wrenches, but combination wrenches will work as well. First, place your vehicle on jack stands and also support the side you are doing with a jack. (If you remove the spare tire it will give you a lot more room to work.) Second, coat...
it uses a special type with hoat in it ,if you use anything else in it ,it may cause problems ,go to any auto zone and they got this stuff setting on the shelf's,its best to use what they call for in them,good luck.
Relays are located in the engine compartment fuse panel
1/ remove the headlight switch knob by pulling out the knob rotate until you find a slot , use a small blade screwdriver pry the knob off .2 remove the trim on either side of the steering colum ( on my truck this is kind off a chrome colour ) under this trim insert there is one screw per...
in the middle of the gas tank
find the master cylinder and the brake line take the brake line off let all the fluid drain out then take the old one all the way off and put thenew back on
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.
Answer The fuse for the cruise control is in location #10 of your fuse panel - visible with driver's door open on end of dash - it is a 7.5 amp fuse. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In your power distribution box, in your engine...
Neither, it should stay the way that it is!! Final!!
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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...
try replacing the blower motor resistor
the engine might freeze over
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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...
Open the drain cock at the bottom of the rad.. catch all in suitable container.. refill and bleed off air buy running the engine in place with the heater on for 10-15 min filling as necessary..
Im no expert but I've worked on some Cavaliers and i have to say no
At The Battery Junction Block And At The Starter Solenoid
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checking the transmission fluid involves lifting the vehicle and removing a plug on the transmission, it is quite difficult and messy if you don't have access to a lift, the vehicle has to be level and at operating temperature in park, there is a small plug on the side of the transmission...
It depends if you have ecoboost on because ecoboost sometimes slips your gears.
On my 03 all I had to do was turn the key on and press the gas pedal all the way down 3 times for 5 seconds.
You would have to directly hook up the generator to your battery terminals.
Honestly though alot of research online and personal experience it seems that on this particular vehicle theres a turn signal switch malfunction that conflicts with the ignition switch on the steering column whenever you hit your left turn signal...ie, you need to replace your ignition switch. there...
Take door panel off then it's as easy as 1-2-3
From what I can tell, that code refers to a fault in one of the crash sensors at the front of the vehicle. You may want to consult the pro's on this one.
First you would have to remove the heater core and here are the steps. I removed the heater core in a 4runner without removing the AC. Some claim it is easy to remove the heater core unit without removing the dash by removing the AC evaporator and the blower motor. Well.. my...
I am not sure what you are asking about, but I am pretty sure all heaters work from the heat of the engine. The water flows through and cools the engine off, then is cooled off with the fans in the front (by the grill). The air then flows through this water (the fan doesn't cool it off...
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...
You will need to remove the dash and it should be somewhere under
It should be in the front under the hood near the intake
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 ;)
Probably between 600 to 1000 RPM. RPM is revolutions per minute.Hovering right below 1k is the average for just about all cars.
Take it to a professional
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
NOthing in the history I can see, but a long tire valve and curbscraping do not go to gether very well, ask for short valves nexttime you are at the tire shop. If it still had the original aluminum tire pressure sensor stems,they are 7 years old. That is about all expect.
You can add a high performance air intake to give it more horsepower
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.
You have screw something out then take it to a car center to tell them how to put it back together
Under dash on passenger side
Get the manual and read the part on what your working on and go from there
Under the passenger side of the dash
Possible bad torque converter, low fluid level, bad clutch packs
The pad on the clutch is getting low
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
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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...
Ford offered two transmissions that year. A 5-speed manual transmission was standard with the 2.3-liter, four-cylinder engine as well as with the 2.9-liter, V-6 engine. A 4-speed automatic was optional. A third engine, a 4.0-liter, V-6 offered the 4-speed automatic transmission...
I have a 1997 Geo prizm. It stalled on me going to work the other day and would start back up. It sat for about 2.5 hours before my boyfriend got there to look at it and it started right up for him. After it got warm again it wouldn't turn on for him. What could be wrong with...
The Chrysler Concorde is a large four-door, full-size, front wheel drive sedan that was produced by Chrysler from 1993 to 2004. It replaced the Chrysler Fifth Avenue on the lineup. It was one of Chrysler's three original Chrysler LH platform models derived from the American...
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.
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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...
Set the original stereo at a 6 degree angle and pull gently.
Straight to the battery through your firewall straight to the battery to the to the positive post
take bolts out the by a new one then put back on
A vac leak simply means you have a hose somewhere with a hole in it that needs replaced. An engine generates vacuum so unmetered air will enter any hole where its not supposed to and lean out the mixture. The vacum is used to operate some things like brake booster etc but those hoses must be...
Break downspeed until you reach the 5000 mile mark is 55 mph
The '97 Explorer has a four piece jack set. There is the jack, the tire iron/jack handle, and the spare tire tool/jack adapter. The scissor jack is located on the driver side in the compartment in the rear of the vehicle. The jack adapter and jack handle are located behind and under the rear seat...
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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.
depends on what kind of vacuum
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...
The 1989 Chevrolet C/K 1500 was equipped with rear wheel antilock brakes, commonly known as RWAL. The antilock brake system or ABS require a primary and secondary bleeding to remove all air from the system. The system combines the ABS module with the primary brake system and also includes a...