I have a 98, but there is a part in the steering column that tends to go out. So much so that there is a lifetime warranty for it's replacement. One of the symptoms is the horn will not work. It can also affect your airbags, and your cruise control and I think it can affect blinkers as well, but I am not sure. Any way it is called a clockspring, and you can call the dealership or probably find out online if your model has this problem as well. The other thing.... I know mine is a later model than yours, but I have a set of fuses under the hood in a little block right next to the drivers side front fender. Its a rectangle box, and you take the top off, and there are fuses that control headlights, horn and other stuff.
rear wheel drive
front wheel drive
A 1992 Honda Prelude is ( front wheel drive )
It is rear wheel drive.
rear or optional all wheel drive
rear wheel drive
No. From 1992 to 2008 (final model year), the Pontiac Grand Prix was a front-wheel drive vehicle. Prior to 1992, the Grand Prix was rear-wheel drive. The Grand Prix was never an all-wheel drive vehicle.
Did you find an answer my 93 is stuck in 4 wheel drive.
it depends they made a front wheel drive and a all wheel drive
Never heard of a Handa Accord. A 1992 Honda Accord is Front Wheel Drive. Honda does not make a 4wd Accord.
Gonna need to know if it is 2 wheel drive or 4 wheel drive, makes a difference.
You need to exchange the front axle, transfer case, and the transmission to change a 1992 2-wheel drive to a 4-wheel drive. It is not an easy project and will require a lot of time and effort.
If it is a 2-wheel drive then it is on the transmission tail shaft housing. If it is a 4-wheel drive then it is on the transfur case.
Ignition switch not releasing pawl in steering lock
No, they are two completely different designs. aerostar is rear wheel drive ,taurus front wheel drive.
No there rear wheel drive rims are different than front drive rims
Is there a speed senor for my 1992 nissan 2.4L, wheel drive truck?
Hook it to a diagnoistic machine.
it is a 6 lug
loyale is front wheel drive, then when you engage 4wd the power is equally distributed to all wheels. four wheel drive is ALL wheel drive, just listen to the name and count the number of wheels on your car i bet they match perfectly unless it is somehow a dually (2 wheels on each side of the rear of the truck [does not apply to cars]) which i doubt on a subaru
if it is 2 wheel drive probably 3 hours and if it is 4 wheel drive probably 5 hours