There is no adjustment.
Power steering pump failing.
It's on the corner of the steering wheel. With little horn signs. It's not in the middle of the steering wheel.
you need power steering fluid.
In the steering wheel column. The hazard toggle switch is connected to it.
Look between the steering wheel and the clear plastic window for the gauges. There is a button on the steering column.
96 and 97 do for sure 95 does too my 99 does also
A car steering wheel type puller works on most.
yeah they are all interchangable from the years 92-95, im not sure about 96 and up, but a 94 civic steering wheel and dash will fit a 93
It probably will work, if you pull the wheel to the right of left a little before turning the key.
It doesn't control anything. It is the connection for the cruise switches, horn switch, radio controls(if equipped) and airbag that allow the steering wheel to turn and there to still be a connection.
under the steering wheel to the left small black fuse box they use mini fuses
yes you do, its hard to get to but you should be ale to get to it from there
For Toyota vehicles it is recommended to use a steering wheel puller to remove the steering wheel, but the vehicles do NOT come with one standard. You can purchase one for ~20 dollars after shipping at JC Whitney, or you can Ebay one for less than 10. If your vehicle is equipped with an Air Bag in the wheel make sure you disconnect the battery for approx 10-15 minutes before you begin the task of removing the wheel.
Track bar joints worn out.
A Dodge Neon does not have a distributor.A Dodge Neon does not have a distributor.
the ignition key will not turn if the steering wheel is locked in place. The steering wheel locks in place when it is turned with the ignition off. If the wheel is locked just try turning the wheel back and forth and turn the key at the same time, this will unlock the wheel, and allow the key to turn
I don't know if a flasher is what I think it is, but if you mean hazard lights, it can be a bit tricky to find. --It's on the top of the steering column behind the steering wheel. If you look at the dashboard through the steering wheel, you can see it. Well...this is for my 2000 S-10, so that could be wrong, but there's no answers yet, so try checking that.
Does not have one, 96 had this port under the steering wheel. Yours is a OBD1 under the hood behind the battery.
If it is around '96, the switch is on the dash panel, left side of the steering wheel. Should have a timer on it also.