I figured it out. This wire is a ground and the car would not run without it connected.
It can be attached to the bottom of the master cylinder or on the drivers side frame between the firewall and the radiator. Follow the brake lines coming out of the master cylinder.
any leak on your drivers door, or firewall. could be just about anything.
It's at at the top of the engine between the end of the valve cover and firewall. It has 1 connector coming out of it. It is adjustable. That's how you set your timing.. by loosening a single bolt on the drivers side, you can make adjustments.
It is behind the engine ,in the exhaustpipe, right in front of the firewall. It has one wire coming out of it and connects to a connector in a clip on the firewall, right next to the heater fan motor .
driver side of the motor towards the firewall. It is a UFO shaped object with 3 hoses coming out of it and an electrical connector.
Drivers side, mounted on the firewall, behind the master cylinder. Coming from that booster is a large vacuum line.
IT IS LOCATED ON THE DRIVERS SIDE IN LINE WITH THE LOWER RADIATOR HOSE COMING FROM THE DRIVERS SIDE, BOTTOM ON THE RADIATOR. IT IS IN A SOMEWHAT ROUND HOUSING.
Passenger side of motor at the bottom, coming from the firewall to the front of the car, it is just before the fuel pump.
First, remove the throttle cable from the gas pedal. This can be done easily by hand, since the connector attaching the pedal to the cable is not very strong. Next, using pliers, preferably needle nose, press down on the two plastic tabs coming through the firewall on the cab side. An easy way is to look at the throttle cable connector located on the drivers side next to the TBI. This is the same type of connector, so you should be able to come up with a plan of attack by looking at this. It's kind of tight under the dash where the cable comes through, with a dash bracket and heater routing, but with a little patience, you should do just fine.
If it's a 4 cyl the fuel filter is located on the drivers side of the engine compartment near the firewall. It is a cylinder with a fuel line coming in and going out of it.
2 should be in wires coming off the alternator, and i believe about 5 more on drivers side tucked in fender near the firewall next to the junction block.
On the drivers side of the throttle body. little black box with 2 screws and 3 wire connector coming out of top
The Firewall is software or hardware that checks information coming from the Internet or a network, and then either blocks it or allows it to pass through to your computer, depending on your firewall settings.
drivers side of the engine compartment. Underneath the air filter. It is a metal cylinder with a fuel line coming in to it in the bottom and going out of it on the top.
The cable coming out of it will have connector with 15 holes in 3 sets of 5. It should plug into the VGA connector on your computer.
a concret beam or slab that seperates drivers coming towards other drivers
Firewall doesn't care what is contained in communications. A firewall is software or hardware that checks information coming from the Internet or a network, and then either blocks it or allows it to pass through to your computer, depending on your firewall settings.
In the exhaust pipe under car about in line with firewall. You will see a wire coming down from firewall into a plug in exhaust.
It is a heater hose.
If it is water and it hasn't rained it is probably coming from the AC. The drain for the evaporator is probably clogged and the box it is in is full and overflowing. There is a tube on the passenger side of the firewall. Location varies from half way up the firewall to the bottom where it curves into the floor. With the AC on, condensation should be dripping from this hose. If not, it is plugged. You can blow air up the hose with a compressor and it should clear it.
First, you have to pop off the door panel. You simply just pull off the triangle piece, no tricks or anything. Second, there is a connector piece. There should be three wires that connect to a black rectangle looking piece, with more wires coming out the bottom. You really can't see the bottom wires though. There is a little tab on one of the sides of the connector. You pull up on the tab (it's just a little piece, smaller than a pencil eraser) and the connector slides off. Now your mirror is off.
It is a black box type fuse in the fuse box under the drivers side dashboard. Pull it out and it will have 5 connector pins coming out of it. Cost for a replacement is between $10 to $30 depending where you go.
If it's leaking from INSIDE the firewall (away from the engine compartment) you probably have a leaking heater control valve or damaged heater core.
on what car that tells me nothing at all