Re: replacing a 95 alternator (Same for 94?) ---- It's a bit awkward to work in there, espesially on the front of the engine but you are correct, the Alternator is one of the top end components with only two things in the way....
The Power Steering fluid Reservoir and the Coolant Recovery Bottle need to be dis-mounted and set aside.
The Alternator is 'solid mounted' meaning is not on a pivot mount for belt adjustment. The belt is the serpentine, single belt with a separate tensioner.
There is one solid mount bracket on the top of the Alternator that gets completely removed, then two more bolts from the lower end of the Alternator to the front of the engine.
Wires disconnect, and it's out..
Reverse all that and it's back in
What size engine do you have?
only if the engine is the same.
The gross weight of a 1994 Lincoln Continental was about 4,100 pounds. It had a curb weight of just over 3,100 pounds.
Good chances are, the alternator is not connected correctly or is defective.
I have had a 1994 Lincoln Continental for many years and always have used 87 octane gas (Regular). That is what the manual calls for.
If you mean the back brakes, I have a 1994 Lincoln Continental. To replace the pads on the back, I had to buy a special tool to depress the cylinder. Its a screw type cylinder and had to have this tool to put new pads on.
What is wrong with your dash?
Refer to your service and user manual on how to change an alternator ground wire on a 1994 Mitsubishi 3000 GT.
location of the #1cylin
Remove the belt from your 1994 Chevy Astro Van 4.3 liter engine alternator. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the alternator. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
It would be best to remove the alternator and take it to an electrical shop.
I believe the voltage regulator should be on the back of the alternator
your radiator broke!!!!
its located on top of your gas tank which has to be dropped down for acess
Drivers side of radiator at bottom of radiator.
need to know what fuse go's to what. I have no owners manual.
It is either in or next to the fuse box under the hood.
Yes, they will fit. You may have to drill new body mount holes for the rear struts.
it could do
On a 1994 Lincoln Continental , 3.8 litre V6 engine : Check your Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal , located in the front of your engine compartment It will show what type of spark plugs to use and the spark plug gap
On a 1994 Lincoln Continental , 3.8 litre V6 engine : firewall 1-----2-----3 4-----5-----6 front of vehicle > driver
Look ontop the radiator front middle. there should be a diagram sticker there.