you can get it from the top on the trans side. 2 bolts and 2 wires. its a little tight but it will come out.
you have to remove the trans and flywheel.
Not without modification
synchros are pooched
if it has no spark and no gas its your cam angle sensor
under the center of the dash there is two bolts that hold it up.
It's probably stalling, get your car looked at by a professional.
where do the thermostat go in my 93 buick lesabre
They might work considering that the 90-93 Eagle Talon, 90-93 Eclipse, and the 90-93 Lazer are made so much alike...My friend has a book and everything that we looked at in the book was for the Talon, Eclipse, and Lazer so if I'm right, it should work.
Mitsubishi eclipse and Eagle Talon of the same year.
When your looking at the motor it will be the first one next to the pulleys.
Low coolant? Bad thermostat? check to see if fans are working. cracked block , head or blow head gasket. also bad gauge switch will make it look like the motor is overheating.
follow the top radiator hose to the engine,that bracket where the hose ends is the thermostat housing,remove that and the thermostat is under it,dont fix it replace it
This link has detailed instructions and photos http:/www.lincolnvscadillac.com/tech/lincoln-mark-viii/Thermostat-Replacement/index.htm
From all the research I have done on the Talon I would say it should match up perfect. the 1990-1994 models are all the same. Your best bet would be to get the part, test fit it, and then install it.
Very simple, follow the top radiator hose to where it ends, there will be a silver thermostat housing there with 2 bolts. Remove the 2 bolts and replace the thermostat. Make sure you put it back in the same way it was taken out.
On a 1993 Toyota Camry Vienta, the thermostat can be easily located by following the lower radiator hose to the point where it attaches to the engine. When replacing the thermostat, always replace gaskets as well.
Replace your thermostat.
I would get a mechanics stethoscope and have a listen at various areas to locate the noise first.
You would put it in your clutch master cylinder, not your brake master cylinder. Most are located on the firewall under the hood on the drivers side.
On my 93 the thermostat is behind the water pump. If you remove the waterpump you will see the thermostat.
Drain the radiator. Remove the top radiator hose and water inlet. Remove the thermostat from under the inlet. Install the new thermostat, reinstall the inlet and hose, and fill the system with new freon.
sure you need to you can do it fast but you will need to add coolant and myu advice is to when you need to replace the thermostat its the time to replace the coolant
Its could be the turbo your hearing...
coil, fuel filter, ignition switch, plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, maybe something else?