the best way is to unbolt the windshield and fold it down on to the hood. under where the windshield meets the body is where all the wires and stuff is at. its about a 30 min job.
How do I hotwire a ford probe 94
the blinker switch shorted out the brake lights... really really common problem, need to replace the switch
This site gave me some good information - all the wires seemed to match my '95 probe. http://www.aus-cartalk.com/probe/audio.htm
whats the color circuit for the blinkers an break lights?
With a ratchet and a set of sockets? Its right there in the front just take the 3 or so bolts out and pull it out, unplug the wires and remove it. There isn't too much to it.
I have an '86 Chevy S-10. The wiper, blinker, dimmer, and cruise control are all in one switch. The cruise wires are threaded through the hollow shaft of the blinker arm and come out through a slot just inside the column cover. I recently replaced this switch because over along time of using the blinker, dimmer, and wipers, the wires had frayed through where the cruise wires come out of the blinker arm. Have a friend who is good at mechanics inspect the wiring and see if this is the problem. Replacing my blinker arm from a junk yard will solve my problem for a little while.
there is no such thing as a 1998 Ford Probe. If there was, it would probably still be located next to the stock airbox. follow the spark plug wires.
Easy. Look under the driver side under the van. There will be a triangular piece that is the container. Drop that down. On the side will be the pump that fits into a slot on the container. Pull the hose, pull the wires. Replace and reinstall. Done.
under hood remove antifreeze overflow jug and windshield washer jug look towards fire wall follow wires remove two screws
This is not easy since the cruise cont wires go down through the steering column. I suggest you take it to the garage.
Front windshield defrosters work by routing hot air from the heating system up to vents mounted just below the windshield on the dash. Rear windshield defrosters work by means of metal wires embedded in the windshield that are heated by electricity.
There are heater-resistance wires in the glass of the back windshield.
Water Pump. Windshield. Wheel. Wheel base. Wires.
You can measure the thickness with an optical microscope (look at a crossection) or an ultrasonic probe.
Replace the wires too. Using old wires on a new cap is not the best choice.
Only if the wires are bad.
It is a VRS sensor. You set the DVOM to AC and back probe both wires. (Wyo Tech student)
Check condition of ignition coil. Replace if bad.
Easiest way is to remove the airbox that contains the air filter, rather than try to force it in. Be sure to remember to hook up all of the vacuum hoses and wires you unplugged.
they help replace or fix the old wires and replace them with the new cords
To replace spark plug wires on a 3300 Oldsmobile engine, open the hood and remove the wires from the end of the engine. The number of spark plug wires most often corresponds to the number of cylinders your engine has.
It may be in the windshield, look for two fine wires at the top of the glass.
It is not necessary to replace the coilpacks as routine maintenance. At around $70 each, it is a significant expense. Replace only the boots that connect from the coilpacks to the plugs. I think JC Whitney has the boots for $4 each. Replacing the boots is equivalent to replacing the wires on an older car. Do not replace the small wires going to each coil. They are not high energy wires.
You should have C.O.P. ( coil on plug) there are no wires.