First, turn on the radio, top left small knob. Then push the "set" button, then push the knob you turned the radio on with. You'll see the hour time number to the left of the display. Using the seek toggle, change the hour number first. Then push the knob button again, the one that turns the radio on, the minutes number comes up. Again, use the seek toggle to set this to the right time. Finish by pushing the knob button. See, the time is now right....until you disconnect the battery again!
yes 1987-1994 will work
The antenna wouldn't cause it to short out, that just helps it receive the signals to play music on the radio... How old is the radio... if it is factory from 91 then it might of been its time to go... i have a radio from a 90 Dodge Caravan, same as whats in your Dodge Spirit cause they carry the same radio and it short out on its own where the numbers and stuff wont light up but will still play music... I took the radio out of my 92 Dodge Spirit and put it in the van (since the trans went out in the 92 Spirit) and it works great... it might of just went out because it was ready to go.
You don't, as there's no such thing as a 1991 Dodge Durango
How do I set the time?
It is not a direct fit.
If you have to ask, you do not need to know how to do it.
broken timing belt
The spring goes into the block.
AnswerIt is in your fuel tank. The tank has to be dropped to replace it. How to replace the fuel filter in the 1991 Dodge Spirit?Oh by!!!!, good luck
The Fuel filter on a 91 Dodge Spirit is located on the left side of the car near the back tire. That is the passenger side.
Was built for R12, can be converted to R134a
225 km/h, 140 mph.
225 km/h, 140 mph.
Turn the radio on. Press SET button. This puts the radio in (Program) mode. Press SEL button, then use the up and down on tune to set the hour, then press SEL and use tune to set the minutes.
behind the radio across the back of the center console
AutoZone has most of the diagrams that you will need.
Was built for R12, should be converted to R134a
replace the ignition switch
Push the set button then use the seek and scan buttons on the radio
Unless your car has California emissions, you do not have an EGR.
It's possible that your heater core is plugged up. It can also be a bad thermostat.
Turn on the power knob for the radio/clock. Wait until the clock display shows up. Press "set", and use the "scan" and "seek" buttons to set the time. Hope this helps!
If its like my '90, power off the radio so that the time displays. Then, hit Set. Then the Seek/Scan buttons will change the hours and minutes. When you are finished, hit Set again to get out of Clock Setting mode.
My 1992 Spirit does the exact same thing... its either the Coolant Temperature Sensor that screws into the engine or as in my case a faulty Temp Gauge.