the block heater is located on the right hand side of the back of the engine block. it has a 3cable flat wire going to it. it is under the A/C hoses routed there. it is about four inches from the front of the engine ( where the serpentine belt is)
Home heater systems can be both gas and electric. The most common options are a fake fireplace, a portable space heater or just a plain old heater routed throughout the house.
your vehicle is equipped with a water cooled manifold
If you have never used it, and your vehicle is equipped with one you will find it bundled up under the hood on the driver side of the engine compartment. The owner's manual states that it is routed around the windshield washer fluid reservoir.
Aftermarket? No. Engine has to be manufactured with this built in. The air intake and exhaust is routed differently than a normal non-turbo engine.
Could be a freeze plug or hose routed behind the engine
There should be a diagram on the underside of the bonnet/hood.
The diagram of a 2.0 Dodge Neon engine is located in the service manual. It shows how all wiring, hoses, and emission systems are routed throughout the engine compartment.
Yes it does, the belt is routed around both of the overhead cams
i would check under the hood at the firewall to see if somebody bypassed the heater core ( re-routed the hoses) alot of people will do that if the heater core starts leaking since it costs a couple of bucks to bypass but hundreds to actually fix
There is a 15mm. bolt (long bolt) that adjusts the tension of the serpentine belt. It is in the area of the power steering pump, just left and down. Either draw a map, or look on the front of the engine compartment to see how the belt is routed around the pulleys.
It is a carburetor where the engine coolant is routed through the choke system of the carburetor. When the coolant is cold the choke will close. As the engine coolant heats up it opens the choke.
they run from two points by the fan in the front by the water pump to the heater core routed along the passenger side wheelwell until they reach the heater core either hose can go on either location because a heater core exchanges heat the same no matter which direction the flow passes in it. I hooked up mine so that the hoses stayed parallel to each.
heater core is probably faulty if fan only blows cold, also check air temperature controls, vent may be stuck The heater core is basically another radiator in your vehicle that tranfers warm fluid from your engine/radiator to the inside of your vehicle. This usually means that it depends on continuous flow to work. The fluid supply line to the core could be blocked or routed incorrectly, or the core could be bad. Its possible that a previous owner had a leaking heater core and bypassed the heater core entirely (happened to me) and never told the purchaser.
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it may be your headlight switch, all mentioned circuits are routed through it
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I think what you are looking at is a distributorless ignition system. All engine controls are routed through the ecm, or engine control module and timing is changed automatically as needed for emmissions and performance.
The easiest way to route a serpentine belt, on your Caterpillar see 13 diesel engine, is to follow a diagram. A belt routing diagram can be found at most Caterpillar dealerships.
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My 1995 Ford Explorer has a diagram in the front of the engine compartment showing how the serpentine belt is routed . Does your Ford Aerostar not have that .
it depends on the engine. on a 2.8l, the serpentine belt tensioner is below the power steering pump. pay careful attention to how the belt is routed, especially if there is no belt routing diagram under the hood (should be on the belt guard on top of the engine). release the tension from the tensioner, replace the belt, make sure you have it routed correctly, release the tensioner.
The coolant elbows are plastic elbows (one top, one bottom) that go from the tensioner assembly to the engine block. GM routed the heater core lines through the tensioner assembly (crazy design!). I found the Dorman aftermarket parts at Advance Auto Parts for about $6 for both, GM are more expensive.
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