If it is a fuel injected engine then you can not adjust the idle, it is computer controled. There is no idle adjustment. If it is a carburetor then there is a small screew over by the throttle cable, down towards the bottom of the carburetor.
that means that you have power to both tires in the back. this is really important if one tire get stuck in lets say mud and one tire isnt. both tires will spin out independently so you will get more traction and get yourself out instead of just one tire peeling out in the mud
It is mounted just below the battery. It is in a black plastic box. It is on the engine side of the battery.
under sterring wheel right next to clutch by floor board
The board it'self might but the mounting brackets won't.
converter is probably clogged
5 qts. with a new filter.
On my 1990 4x4 Pickup 3.0 V6 the cable is mechanical. Some toys have a VSS electrical sensor that uses a reed switch and a magnet. If you have a cable then you will have to remove the instrument cluster to get the cable off the speedometer. First, unhook the cable from the point where it connects to...
99% of it will interchange.
An auxiliary transmission is a second gear box basically all it does is split the gear ratios in the main box so if you have a 5 speed box and a 3 speed aux, it would give you 15 gears with small steps between then - usualy around 250-500 revs different. Depending on load conditions select a...
If you climb up on the truck and lean over top of the engine you will see it on the back right rear corner of the engine where the head and intake manifold come together. It is standing stright up and is about 3 to 4 inches long and has an electric wire pluged into the top of it. The above...
10 Quarts. I prefer to use a synthetic. Mobile One, 15W-50W, is what I use however, I am located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. If you live up north, you may want to use a 5W-40W. No matter what you use or what brand just make sure that it is changed with the manufacturers instructions. Some think...
unless they're snapped in half, they're still working
Any hood from a Chevy/GMC from 1988 to 1999. Includes truck, Tahoe/Yukon, and Suburban.
\n235 lb/ft torque.
Advertised Horsepower is....165 HP @ 3800 RPMs. with a 4-barrel carb.
mark s is for start mark r is resitor
Check bulbs--they are double filamented with the smaller for turn signals.
Replace turn signal flasher--Most common problem
I would check rear brakes that is a good sign that they are wore out.
I would check rear brakes first sign of worn out brake is that the E-brake doesn't hold
NO. NO. The reason you can't is because the center shaft in a 2-wheel drive transmission is shorter then a 4-whell drive transmission. The 4-wheel drive trans. has a transfur case that slides over the center shaft, so the shaft must be longer.
The answer for the header is no . Geo Storms, Geo Metros and Geo Prisms were manufactured by 3 different companies . Storms were rebadged Isuzu Impulses ... Prisms were rebadged Toyota Sprinters .. and Metros were rebadged Suzuki Swifts ... hence no interchangeability of those...
On passenger side of engine compartment. It's the first sensor before the catalytic converter. There's also a sensor right after the cat, bank 2 sensor 2, can only see that one from underneath the vehicle. These jeeps have 4 sensors total.
From what I have seen it looks like the short box ones have a 26.00 US gallon (98.4 Liters, 21.6 imperial gallons) tank. The long boxes had bigger tanks and were 34.00 US gallons (128.7 Liters, 28.3 imperial gallons)
yes you can buy and install them question makes no sense.
\ngo have your engine scanned to see what the problem is the o2 sensor is not the only part in the emissions system
A 355 is just a 350 bored 0.030 over. There really is no difference..
this is true but to further the answer if only you bore the cylenders out in the block you will need to buy aftermarket pistons to make up for the new wider space so you dont have compkications with the pistons slapping the...
There is no such thing as a timing advance wire on a 84 El Camino.
According to one of the Ford websites : For a 1987 Ford Escort , 1.9 litre four cylinder engine : ( the spark plugs are gapped at .044 inch )
Fuel pump in the tank and their is no reset button ( if it did it wouldn't start ) .
1 make sure every thing is shut off then turn the switch to run position and listen for the fuel pump it should hum for 3 to 5 seconds .
2 replace fuel filter ( it's in front of gas tank mounted on the frame ) .
There is no reset button, Ford is the only one that has a Inertia switch.
Bolt pattern? On what? The cylinder head, wheels, transmission, where are you asking about? Unless you need to know the dimensions and location of every bolt on the vehicle, in which case you're out of luck. Nobody knows that except Chevy, and for a 1999 vehicle you'd be hard pushed to get that...
You should be able to here the pump run when you take the gas cap off, get someone to turn the key on while you listen in the fuel tank. I would check the fuel pump relay and fuse and make sure they are good before I installed a new pump. You did not say what year truck that you are working on so...
Very Possible Answer I can vouch for Fords on this one. The ignition module has always been my remedy with this problem. I also had a surburban that did this a few times also. A lot of my problem, and those in this area, is the dirt content that builds up on the fords since its outside of the...
They are located just above the exhaust manifold. Take the wire off one take it out and repace with the new one. make sure the new one is properly gapped. I don;t know the correct ft lbs and have always just tightened them in. Nkg's website says 2/3 of a turn past finger tight. put wire back on and...
No you can not, Even if you could use a external pump, you would still have to take the pump out of the tank and modify the sending unit so it would pick up the fuel and pump it.
The easiest way ive found to do it is take the castle nuts off of the upper and lower ball joints and tie rod end, remove the axle nut, use a ball joint separator on the upper, then the tie rod end, then the lower. pull the wheel speed sensor, and you've got it. The axle shaft should push straight...
It is inside of the oil pan. You will need to remove the oil pan to service the oil pump. The oil pan is bolted to the bottom of the engine.
\nTry this site....http://www.kwmuth.com/techsupport/pdfs/21001190.pdf
Any small block chevy(262 - 400 excluding 396) from 1955 to current will fit in your car. Depending on the year of the engine you could need more parts than others. So yes the 85 350 will fit..
you may have to change the bell houseing on the tranny....well and of course the exhaust
All 1986-1993 models have the same doors.
\nYou have to remove the interior surround and rubber boot from around the gear shifter. Once this is off, there is a kind of plate on the floor and you remove this. Once all this stuff is removed, you should be looking down outside the truck and you'll be face to face with the tranny....
5W30 GTX GASTROL is a real good oil. 10W30 in the hot months.
7000KG is the GVW, so you need to figure out what the tare is of the truck, something like 4000lbs or so, so you can tow easily 8000lbs
There is 3 of them that is bolted to the valve body in the transmission. You will have to remove transmission pan to service them.
Take the air cleaner off and look to the left of the TB housing and you will see it right beside the top of the valve cover. It is flat and about the size of a pack of smokes and bolted on a bracket. It will have a flat wide electrical connector pluged into it.
You will have to remove the fuel pump relay or the fuse for the fuel pump. You did not say what year it was, so I can't tell you where it is. SORRY.
If it was running okay before you put the new fuel pump on, try this.......disconnect the negative battery cable and let it sit for 15 minutes. During that time, open the throttle body and make sure the blade is closing all the way except for the tiny gap which is to permit the car to idle. After 15...
fuel pump, fuel filter, dirty injectors, it may also be a ford or dodge, buy a Chevy
I have a 2006 F-350 KR. 1 Is located top center of the engine, looks like a little oil filter and the 2nd is located under the drivers seat in the web of the frame.
It is mounted up under the truck right next to the gas tank, in front of it.
The Chevy SB2 is the first purpose designed and built NASCAR motor GM ever made. It was used right up till 2008 in the nationwide series. The SB2 has now been fully replaced with the RO7, but is still widely used in drag racing and other motorsports.
injectors 6.6 Chevy silverado
Look On The Passenger Side Valve Cover. It Should Be Back Top Of Pan Near The Firewall. It Is A Little Hard To Get At, But You Can Do It. Just Take A Bit Of Time. Good Luck.
\nYou can only do it with a new ECU or DSMlink. No other way.\n.
6.8L 10-cyl \n CAPACITIES \nEngine, with filter..........6.0 quarts \nCooling System, Initial Fill..........31.0 quarts \nAutomatic Transmission, Total Fill \n4 speed ..........18.0 quarts \n4 speed 20 plate 4R100..........17.0 quarts \n4 speed 26 plate 4R100..........18.0 quarts \nManual...
There is 8 plugs total. There is two in the back of the engine where the fly-wheel bolts to the crank. You will have to pull the transmission or engine to fix those. There is 2 plugs on each side of the engine block just below the heads. Now one on each side of the engine is hidden behind the...
When you line up the 2 marks, The 1 on the timing cover and the 1 on the balancer is just a reference when you bring #1 pistion up on the compression stroke, Then you line those 2 marks up so you know it is at TDC / Top Dead Center. You can not set the timing with a timing light on a 98. It is not...
The Transmission Control Computer is located on the passenger side engine compartment sidewall, Possibly hiding behind your coolant overflow bottle. The Engine Computer is sorta located in the same area, just on the driver side sidewall and is also enclosed in a plastic box that is connect to the...
Open the tail gate. Then look at the inside of the truck where the tail gate cables are and you will see 2 small screews, Remove them and the light will come out of the truck body.
when you pick up the fuse cover under the motor there should be a diagram on the inside of the cover..
when you pick up the fuse cover under the motor there should be a diagram on the inside of the cover.
Probably a vacuum leak. Do you have a code P0171 or P0174?
If the glowplugs stay on they can be damaged or destroyed..
When you get into the unit the start sequence is: Controller tells the glow plug relay to send power to the glow plugs. The length of time is set by an engine temperature sensor. If the relay is stuck then the glow plugs...
Chances are it is a blown fuse for the cig lighter. it happened to me too. change it and it should work...
It is rear wheel drive only.
easy as pie pull the hood latchlift the hoodyou will see to pins located just above the headlightsmove this pin counter clockwise (it looks like an Allen wrench)and pull it straight up no tools required just your fingersnow your headlight should wiggle out when you move it slightly up and down in...
Vehicle will run -however illegal to do so.
the water is heated by the motor and goes into a set of coils inside a box near the firewall and a fan blows through the coils and it heats the air and is blown out the vents.
It means that the ABS computer has detected a fault with the ABS circuit, meaning that there is a problem with a wheel speed sensor, the ABS computer or the actuator. You'll need to have the ABS diagnostic codes read to find out what the computer thinks is wrong.
Dodge doesn't use inertia switches, so it doesn't exist
On a sticker inside the drivers door jam, top of frame rail, drivers side under hood, or under a panel on the dash, passenger side, in the area a glove box would be.
i'd say about 200..idk where ppl get 170 from off a stock 305 fuel injected..dont under estimate the 305 & to be honest 305's are more durable & last a bit longer than 350's..350's barely have an advantage on 350's on hp & torque but never the less their both chevy's horay lol!
Caution: On models equipped with Delco-Loc 2 or Theftlock audio systems make sure you have activation code.
Disconnect the negative battery cable .
Remove the drivebelt on 2.2L engines.Remove the air intake duct from the engine on 2.3L and 2.4L engines .
Disconnect the inlet and out hoses from the...
Open the door and remove the little black plastic cover in the corner.. just pry it off carefully. Remove the 3 screws in there while someone outside holds the mirror assembly. Reverse steps to install new mirror.
The wiring diagram that i have has 8 wires running in that area. Red, Lt green, yellow, dark green, brown, dark blue, white, black. White and black are grounds. Dark Blue is a auxiliary lead. Red runs back to the relay center. Yeloow, Dark green, and brown are all main hots from other...
A stock 1990 Chevy silverado with a 350 cubic inch, 5.7 liter V8 engine produces 210 horsepower.
It is fuel injected. Chevy quite using carburetors in late 1986. from there on everything is fuel injected.
well i see why not... the only thing you got to change is it the clutch since its different teeth... and if you are putting the turbo transmission in the N/A car and its a 2+2 (four seater) leave the drive shaft.. its slightly longer than the turbo drive shaft well that's it.. good luck buddy ...
The evaporator in the '03 Silverado is under the dash on the passenger side. Unfortunately to replace it, you have to remove the front dash. This is probably one where you will need to take it into the shop.
Need to check spark plug wires and the plugs, I would say you just need a good tune-up. I believe you will find your problem in that area.
Poor engine ground or Positive battery cable is making bad connection, if cable end is good and clean and the end that goes on the starter is as well the cable may be corroded or cracked on the inside.
escape 01 rear wiper dosen't work
There are a couple of ways to reset the Service Engine Soon lighton a Suzuki Grand Vitara. The easiest way is to get a scan toolfrom your local auto parts store. Using the scan tool will resetthe service engine light. Disconnecting your vehicle's battery isanother way that often works to reset the...
I believe on the 94 model it was the screw on the fuel injector right by the butterfly, if that helps... It's been awhile since i worked on theat car.
The Oil Sending Unit on a 1988, 89, and 90 model Silverado is behind the driver side manifold. It is right above the oil filter. It is a canister that is bolted to a piece of tubing that leads to the motor.
You have a blown / leaking wheel cylinder. Replace wheel cylinder.
It is red. All transmission fluid is RED.
No need to change the hubs. 16' rims can be obtained from Colorado Wheel Company and fitted with no problem.
The Fuel pump is located in the gas tank of the vehicle, and it is very easy to replace. Takes about and hour and a half if you take your time, I did mine in about 40 minutes. its two bolts holding the straps up. three hoses and a wire clip on the pump housing and a lock ring boom ur done.