I went to the auto parts store and purchased a book. I have a 1999 mountaineer that trashed the oil pump had to replace the engine, however I pulled the alternator, I am sory to tell you that if you have a 5.0 it is no easy task but the book will guide you. one bit if advice bag and label all the nuts and bolts there will be alot of them.
pull the fuse
Mine is 24 gallons.
That is more hassle then whats its worth. the whole front suspension is totaly diffrent then the AWD. plus the rest of the AWD equipment that is needed to make it work. if you want AWD find one that has a bad motor and replace it with the one you have as long as you don't have a lot of mileage on that motor. or rebuild the motor and there you have an AWD van. it would be cheaper than trying and less painful
my 2001 4.3 rwd safari gets 18-20 mpg
I have a 1998 gmc safari awd van & my pcm is located under drivers seat bolted to the floor.
Look under the alternator , as your standing , facing the front of the engine , to your left follow the belt down . It has a 3/8 square in it so you can use a ratchet to take the tension off the belt for removal. Easy to replace attached by one bolt to the engine and is sold as a unit (arm , sprng assembly and roller) for around $20.00. Just alot of stuff to reach through to get to it.
If you have enough money any conversion is possible.
In a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer : ( 4R70W )
Remove the cylinder had from your 1997 Chevy Astro engine. Remove the head gasket and clean the surface. Put the new head gasket on and reverse the process.
You cannot "convert" an AWD transmission to 2WD or vice versa, you'd have to take the whole thing apart.
in order to clear the codes on your 200 safari first you need to fix the problem in the awd system and should clear by it self. The only thing that can turn that light is speed sensors wrong, speed sensors are not the only thing that will turn the service AWD light on. Wheel speed sensors are related to the ABS light
just replace the rear brakes
check fuse Im serious it happened to me
Where is the coolant temp sensor on the 1998 gmc safari awd
Front, lower, passenger side of engine.
( No ) the 1997 Ford Explorer uses automatic transmissions that are ELECTRONICALLY controlled , where the 1992 model year is not ( P.S. I'm not a mechanic / technician )
you have 2 of them. they are located before and after the catalytic converter
its right behind the harmonicbalancer
I am the owner of a 1998 gmc safari awd van and i am 100% sure that the computer on mine is under drivers seat. Yes under drivers seat mounted to the floor.
I have a 1997 awd v8 ford explorer. It gets stuck in park and is very hard to get unjammed.
Yes, they are the same exact car. Unless one is AWD and the other is not.
157 to 213 ft-lbs.