Remove the plastic cover surrounding the stereo and air conditioning knobs/vents. Use a flat screwdriver with the tip covered with tape (not to scratch anything). Slip the screwdriver under the plastic cover and pry off, not too hard. If you wiggle around you will find the clips holding it in. Pry near the clips so you don't crack anything. Once the cover is off you should be able to see the bolts holding the radio in. Take the bolts out and pull the stereo out. Unplug the wires and the antenna. Now you have an empty space to add a new after market stereo, I recommend an Alpine.
Go to www.crutchfield.com or call them.
you have to remove the dash
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It is in the fuel tank.
The front axle nut on a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim is 32mm OD. A 32mm axle nut socket should be available at most parts stores.
Usually between the fuel tank and the engine. Ok, it is near the fuel tank, on the passenger side. I have a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim I hope it is in the same spot as yours.
Usually behind the glove box area
On your 1994 PLYMOUTH ACCLAIM, the FLASHER is: FRONT SEATING AREA, PASSENGER SIDE, UNDER DASH, MOUNTED BEHIND GLOVE COMPARTMENT You can find this stuff free at autozone.com, repair info, component location.
The engine computer, behind the battery, is the voltage regulator.
Follow the upper radiator hose to its end. The thermostat is located right about there.
Look at the bracket where the brake pedal mounts, you can't miss it.
Specific Fluid Quantities for a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim Fuel 60 litres Cooling System 2.5L Engine 8.5 Litres 3.0L Engine 9.0 Litres Engine Oil - Without filter 3.8 Litres with filter 4.3 Litres
On the front of the Throttle Body, its held in by 2 Star Screws.
Buy a kit at Wal-Mart or auto parts store comes with instructions
On the 2.5L, it is under the intake/exhaust on the back of the engine. On the 3.0L it is below the exhaust manifold on the front
Remove the retaining cover from your 1994 Chevy S 10 pickup truck radio. Remove the radio retaining bolts. Slide the radio out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio.
Remove the 1994 be a week Century radio decorative cover. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
the oxygen sensor in located in the exhaust manifold under the intake manifold at the back of the engine
Next to the incoming air hose to the the air cleaner... air cleaner inlet... on the drivers side fender.
not in the state of new york
You should use a 50/50 blend of a good commercial antifreeze that is sold everywhere!