I believe that the 1.2 Corsa engine swapped to a chain driven camwith the move to the 'latest shape' cars - usually Y registrationand 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 changesunder vauxhall's latest...
By drivers side head light
Relays are located in the engine compartment fuse panel
i will answer it as best as I can. With all computer systems incars their are always differences in the features and what yourcomputer will tell you with lights. If you car did come equippedwith a sensor to check for low oil it may be damaged in some way oryou do not have one at all and seeing as it...
All you need to do is open up your hood. Then on the left sideshould be your air intake. Take off the cover and there should besome clips around the outside of the box that you unclip. Alsoloosen and detach the big tube in the front. When that is off andthe clips are off just lift up the top part of...
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.
Check distributor Check timing and timing chain Check wires and all electrical parts pertaining ignition system
Generally replace every 40,000 miles
Look for detent marking on camshaft sprockets and align them withtiming marks on cylinder head, should be visable markings andensure that engine is at TDC on compression stroke, and timingmarks should all line up
It is always recommended when you replace timing belt to replacesany and all timing belt components, but if they do not show wareand tension correctly then you are good to go, it is always easierto do preventive maintenance then repair or replace due tocomponent damage, usually you can purchase a...
Timing chains have no scheduled replacement they are designed to last the life of the engine. Timing belts have replacement intervals
Get the manual and read the part on what your working on and go from there
The fuel is inside the hood
If the engine is four-cycle, the valve seals may be worn, causing a small amount of oil to seep into the piston cylinder or combustion chamber. If it is two-cycle, the oil/fuel mix may have a little too much oil.
Well before you ask that question. The real question is how often do you drive your vehicle and how far you drive.
If its fuel injected then It should b located in the gas tank.
With a 7/8in. Oxygen sensor socket or wrench
Where u put gas in its behind that under it car and have a mechanic do it
Check under the air intake manifold. I read something saying itmight be under there.
I had to replace the fuel pump twice. First time the vehiclewouldn't start. Worked like a charm after the replacement, untilthe fuel gauge sensor failed. Second pump I have put in worked fineuntil the vehicle started stalling randomly. Kicking the gas tankto start it helped for a while. Checked the...
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
Only about 10 minutes providing you still have the routing diagram attached to the engine compartment and a tool for the tensioner on hand.
Fuel pump regulator is usually located on top of engine assemblynear fuel injector rail assembly looks like a chrome or blackdinner bell, usually has fuel lines connection on it. look for fuellines coming up fire wall and heading towards fuel injectors.
If there is nothing wrong with it don't change it
2001 Honda CR-V DOES NOT have an EGR valve!
Yes. Unless it came that way from the factory, but I doubt it did....
you have to take out the gas tank first, then it should be on topof the tank.
Its located on the lower radiator hose its called the thermostat housing it comes with a housing and thermostat together u wont miss it
It takes seven when you change the filter
Get a Jayne's Manual @ the library & look it up.
Inside the fuel tank attached to the fuel pump assembly. To replaceit you replace the entire fuel pump.
By removing the gear box , then reinstalling it and finally removing the old belt and replace by a new one.
Maybe, but it's better to start from fuses especially those high current fuses.
Is it legal for a market to weigh fish with the guts ln them then clean the fish,but charge you for guts and the fish also.
its easy the tensioner is on the left side middle facing the vehicle, If i remember correct it is a 5/8ths and all that you need is a regular ratchet. If you look at the digram on the vehicle it displays the belt route. The whole process is really easy! it auto ajusts the tension if you need and new...
Under the hood in the fuse box
on top of the gas tank, part of the pump.
Tensioner pulley below the alternator. Should be a 14 or 15mm socket and turn counter-clockwise.
Outside Diameter(In) : 2.921 Inch Thread Size :M22X1.50 Height (In) : 3.450Inc
about front of rear right wheel. take out plastic cover.
The "check engine" light is an indicator for a system that monitorsmany electronic functions in the system, also called the"malfunction indicator lamp" (MIL). It can come on for any ofhundreds of different causes from any of the systems that thecomputer monitors. Some are very important and can lead...
lower tailgate unscrew two screws in the side remove tail lightlens remove the 3157 bulb replace using dialectic grease onterminals reverse assembly.
It's on the side of the motor
Not a whole lot to be honest do you have Mods on the car hoe much weight it carries anything, is te engine cleaned out, is the tranny still good these are all questions you have to ask yourself if your local mechanic can also figure it out for you
Buying a car could be expensive, Howevermanaging a car is far more biting. The most biting of the runningcost is the cost of fueling. This is especially worrying incountries or regions that experience fuel price hike or when wehave limited finance. So as a car owner you wan to make sure thatevery...
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.
Go to your local Auto Parts store and purchase a new fuel filter and look at it. You now know what it looks like..
I have a 89 F250. Its on the inside of the driver side frame rail up by the trans and its behind a heat shield.
It doesn't have or need a line connected to it. The spider isinside the vacuum chamber.
Middle corner near to fuel pipe....
Sounds like a faulty fuel pump. The fuel filter could also beplugged up.
I believe it is 153624 but you can call an auto parts store or go to one and look it up in a book most auto parts have that information in their computer and can tell you over the phone\n.
\nThe answer according to O'Reillys Auto stores is 165342 and it runs clockwise.
Firstly what was the need to do that and secondly if its overheating the ask some one who is more knowledgeable about it and never try changing the parts of any vehicle if it not the original part then it can damage the system
If you are replacing it with a new one, unplug the sensor from the harness, cut the wires off at the sensor, slip a 7/8" box wrench over the sensor and with a counterclockwise motion remove the sensor from the exhaust pipe. Install the new one using a 7/8" open end wrench and tighten as you would...
It depends on the brands and its size, max is around 100 dollars.
The 6 cylinder Saturns were equipped with the "Ecotec" engine, which used a timing belt. Timing belts fail over time, and Saturn recommends that the belt be replaced every 100,000 miles. The 4 cylinder Saturns all used timing chains. With recommended service and normal use, the timing chain should...
Driver side frame rail, mid way back. Its an inline metal canster.
You don't determine if the fuel filter is bad; you just change andmove on
With the proper scan tool.
Lower side of the firewall on the drivers side. You will need a special coupling remover to get the fuel lines off of it. You can get on for a couple bucks at the auto parts place.
you can either purchase a computer programmer ($200-$350+) that will allow you to check and clear codes as well as adjust computer settings for maximum performance or take the vehicle to most auto parts stores that can check the codes for free.
Compression/spark/fuel/good timing/good starter/ decent battery/correct wiring.
I had no idea that synthetic would be a differant amount. Start by putting 4 liters in than keep checking after every time you add some. Start the engine for 5-10 seconds at the full mark than check again in 30 seconds it will drop about 0.25 -0.5 liters.
Preparation is key. A Motor Vehicle is the 2nd biggest purchasethat we make after property, and as such is an important decisionfor the buyer, whether the vehicle is new or used. This brings a whole load of emotions to the table for the buyer,including fear, doubt, excitement and financial...
The pump is located underneath the rear seat, to remove it firstyou must lift the back seat and then remove the cover of the pumpthat is fastened with 4 bolts
Distance / Speed = Time 800 miles / 80 mph = 10 hours
Could be "service engine soon" light indicating a problem with emission system - have vehicle scanned to determine problem
You need a special socket that has a cut out so you can slide it over the sensor. The socket can be bought or borrowed from the auto parts store. I believe I borrowed mine from Advance auto. They make you pay for it and return your money when you bring the socket back in one piece. However, yours is...
They are mounted on the exhaust system, either in the manifold or the pipes....you just have to look for them if not sure.
The engine needs fuel, compression and spark the run. You aremissing one of those.
Most of these have coil near plug setups, if this is true for youthen you want to check the Crank sensor next. If you have adistributor then you might need to change the cap and rotor.
A Dodge Stratus does not have a reset switch.
\nYou need to loosen the belt tensioner. There is a large bolt that needs to be loosened in the center of the tensioner pulley. \nThen the small vertical bolt is turned in the direction to loosen the belt. After the tensioner is loose replace the belt\nand retension it.
Trouble code P0173 means:Fuel trim malfunction (Bank 2)
This car uses a timing chain, there is no set time interval toreplace a timing chain, they last the life of the car in mostcases. My opinion "It has a timing chain and it needs to be changedand should be replaced every 150,000 to 174,000 miles most 90,000to 110,00 minimum." I can give you valuable...
\nIf you are talking about the Engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT) it is mounted in the following locations: 1.8L eng. in the cylinder head. 1.9L eng. threaded into the heater hose inlet pipe. and the 2.0L eng. at the left rear of the engine