locate on left side of dist unplug wires take a long socket and remove use Teflon tape or sealer and apply to new unit threads and install as removed and plug back in clean any wires that might have oil and check oil and you are done
A 1996 Dodge Ram does not use a mass airflow sensor. It has a MAP sensor mounted in front of the throttle body.
The oil pressure sensor is located on the back of the engine, next to the distributor.The oil pressure sensor is located on the back of the engine, next to the distributor.
There isn't an overdrive sensor. There are pressure switches, a temp sensor, solenoids, and speed sensors.There isn't an overdrive sensor. There are pressure switches, a temp sensor, solenoids, and speed sensors.
This is procedure of easy difficulty to remove and replace. This application has stand-alone oil pressure sensor. The first step is disconnecting its attached wiring harness. The sensor can then be unscrewed with a wrench flat. The replacement new oil pressure sensor can then be screwed in and wiring harness reattached.
That year of Dodge Ram does not have a mass air flow sensor.That year of Dodge Ram does not have a mass air flow sensor.
The sensor is located inside the distribuitor
A Dodge Neon does not have any such part.;
It doesn't have a mass airflow sensor.
If that S10 has a 4.3 engine, I find it best to remove the distributor to gain better access to the oil pressure sensor.
On the front of the throttle body.
It is the O2 sensor screwed into the front of the catalytic converter.
trany bell housing
It is located on the throttle body
There is one at each wheel.
Top of the rear axle.
There are two speed sensors on a 1996 Dodge Avenger, an input speed sensor and an output speed sensor. Both are located on the front of the transmission.
The outpu speed sensor is a two wire sensor on the front of the trans, far driver side.
This sensor is at top rear of engine, next to distributor.
A 1996 Dodge Ram does not have a speedometer cable. The system is all electric.
approx 50 psi
40 psi +/- 5
try oxgen sensor,or pickup modual
The engine size is needed to answer your question.
Throttle Position sensor out of range