The 1997 QX4 has 5 equally spaced markings on the Crankshaft Pully.
The most left marking is TDC. Then the next marks to the right are 5,
10, 15 and 20 BTDC. The correct timing for this model vehicle is 15 Degrees
BTDC. To the best of my recollection you are permitted +/- 2 Degrees. I read one source that said the vehicle should be in N.
33 litre of water is 1,164.042 ounces
You can't service the lower ball joints by themselves. You must replace the entire lower control arm.
thir is on the hot wire that is conected to the startter and one that runs off relays behind right head light and one behind fues box in dash
Everything is set by the computer. If its not idleing right it is probably a throttle body sensor or a idle control sensor or a number of other things. You need to have it hooked up to the computer to check the codes.
you need to press them in.if you put your ball joints in the freezer overnight they will shrink.Then heat up your a- arm with a torch and use a jack to pop the frozen ball joints in
On the bottom front passanger side, near side of radiotor - I have a 94, but it's probably the same. There are two horns, one on the left, the other on the right. You have to remove the mud guards that are right in front of the wheels and right behind the bumper. They are a pain to get to and work with.
Well, the transmissions are interchangable, so your good there. But if you put a 3.3l in youll have to change the ECM because they have different settings for the 3.8 and 3.3. So if you change the ECM I think youll be ok. My email is RPplayer73@aol.com
Well, on my 1996 'trepid with the 3.3L, there are four sensors. [Note - My 3.3L is equipped with the California Emissions so it may be different] The upstream sensors are the same, but they differ from the downstream sensors. Considering that the catalytic converters for the 1995 and 1996 are the same, I would expect you to have the same number of sensors.
For most newer vehicles this is normal. It puts unnecessary wear on an engine to rev it high in park/neutral.
Let me guess you have a service engine soon light on and the computer is saying it's your Oxygen sensors. Oxygen sensers are normally located on the exhaust pipe, within 12 inches of the exhaust manifold, you will probably have to get underneath the van to see them. I think it's just emissions stuff nothing real important
i would check the harmonic balancer the rubber seal on it probably has come off and you need to lift up the engine to get to it check your oil level... if its low then that could be your problem, if its not low then it could be one of a few things. best case senario, its low oil, worst case, rod knock if your oils fine and it keeps getting worse...have a mechanic look at it.
from underneath the vehicle after the belt has been remove use a 15mm or 5/8 deep well socket (can't remember), a long extension and a swivel. place the socket on the back of the tensioner you should be able to feel around and locate it. then position the ext. w/ swivel on the socket hit the ratchet to the left/ up and loosen the bolt. use your right hand to hold hte tension and your left to unscrew the nut..
Tarancon, Spain ================================ Closer than Paris but still not correct. I am a pilot and there are signs at the gate not visible to passengers that give us our coordinate location. The answer is Madrid, Spain. ================================ Right on, Captain ! The south end of Runway 33L at Madrid-Barajas International Airport is located at 40.4633° north latitude 3.3554° west longitude. That's a good 43 miles (on a heading of 137°) from the point described in the question. However, the point specified is only about 0.63 mile from the Ayuntamiento de Tarancón, which therefore was not a bad first answer.
A 50kg bag of cement is generally 33l. Generally 2 x 50kg bags fill 1 x 65l wheelbarrow. If you are unsure, read the back of the bag. Or check with your manufacturer. The RD is a comparison with the same volume of water at a controlled temperature. This should not be used to calculate the volume of cement in a bag. Use the Bulk Density of that type of cement. That info can be obtained from the manufacturer. An example is Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) has a bulk density of 1500kg/m3. This means it is 1.5kg/l. 50kg/1.5 = 33.3l.
Here are the Steps from My [http://www.themotorbookstore.com/caravan.html Manual] REMOVAL & INSTAllATIONThe thermostat is located in a water box at the side of the engine (facing grille) 2.2L and 2.5L engines. The thermostat on 2.6L, 3.0L, 3.3L and 3.8L engines is located in a water box at the timing belt end of the intake manifold. (follow the upper radiator hose) 1. Drain the cooling system to a level below the thermostat.2. Remove the hoses from the thermostat housing.3. Remove the thermostat housing.4. Remove the thermostat and discard the gasket. Clean the gasket surfaces thoroughly.5. Install a new gasket on water box housing 2.2L and 2.5L engines. Center the thermostat in the water box on gasket surface. Install the thermostat housing on gasket. Make sure thermostat sits in its recess of the housing. Tighten bolts to 15 ft. Ibs. (20 Nm).6. On 2.6L engine position gasket on water box. Center thermostat in water box and attached housing. Tighten the bolts to 15 ft. Ibs. (20 Nm).7. On 30L, 33L and 38L engines position thermostat in water box pocket. Make sure thermostat flange in seated properly in flange groove of the water box. Position the new gasket on water box and install housing. Tighten the bolts to 15 ft. Ibs. (20 Nm).8. Connect the radiator hose to the thermostat housing. Tighten the hose clamp to 35 inch Ibs. (4 Nm).9. Fill the cooling system.Good Luck and Remember.Change Your Mind, Not Your Oil.Use the First In Synthetic Motor Oil's.See My Bio For more information.
Car Radios take very little energy to run, so it'll take many hours of non-use to kill the battery. It is probably the wiring of the radio that is wrong. The radio should fully go off when car goes off. There needs to be a positive a negative and a wire hooked up under the fuse box to allow radio to come on when car comes on and go off when car goes off. You should be able to figure this out by the color of the wires on your wire hareness (wire adapter for radio to stock connector.) or just bring your car and radio to a car audio shop and they can do it for you. If so, it would only be a dead battery, and a jump start would get you going again.
Nice problem !At first, I thought you can't tell, because the perimeter doesn't tell you the area,so you can't tell what the original area is. But then I tried a few, and discoveredthat although you can't tell the original area or the new area, the increase is alwaysthe same ... 66 square centimeters.Let's see if I can prove it:Perimeter = 2L + 2W = 62L + W = 31W = 31 - LOld area = L x W = L (31 - L) = 31L - L2New area = (L + 2) x (W + 2) = (L + 2) x (33 - L) = 33L - L2 + 66 - 2L = 31L - L2 + 66 = Old area + 66Well that wasn't so bad.
I am pretty sure that it is computer controlled. There is probably an input to the computer that is out of whack. There may be a code stored it the computer that may elude to the problem. If an input like a mass air flow sensor or crankshaft sensor is going bad, it will report false data to the ECM and it will make an incorrect adjustment that will flood or starve the fuel/air mixture causing a stall. easier, try to clean or maybe change the IDLE AIR CONTROL VALVE, located near the throttle body, where the air intake is, it's not difficult, it's attached with 2 bolts, then it's like a pintle with one spring, check the spring shape and replace the unit with a new one, this valve controls the air flow to your engine and if it goes bad , the RPMS are likely to be low and also stalling could occur right away when you start the engine or suddenly too
Hi There could be a few things wrong, The contacts where you push for the horn, the contact ring under the driving wheel bezel, harness, fuse, or horn it'self. I would test the horn by using a jumper lead wire from the positive [red side] of the batt, and to the plug on the horn, if it works then You check the fuse, if they are ok check the wiring. IMHO It's most likeley to be a bad connection at the horn or a dead horn. PS: Also make sure that the horn is well grounded to the chasis. Check in this order. 1]Fuses 2] If horn works by giving it power from the batt. 3] good ground 4] Wheel switch with a test light on the plug that goes on the horn and the other and on a ground [ any metal part of the body, or - terminal on the batt [black wire] press the horn if the test light lights up thenit's most likeley the horn. HTH 442W30
Can't find my EGR valve eitherI have a 1993 Plymouth voyager 2.5L 4 cylinder. I have been looking for the EGR valve for some time. I took it to a dealership today and have come to the conclusion that there is no EGR valve on my van. The parts guy looked at my engine and said he couldn't find any EGR valve. I'm the original owner so I know it hasn't been removed. The diagrams show the EGR valve, but there is nothing at the location the diagrams show the EGR valve should be. My van just failed the NOX portion of the Texas emissions test, so I'm trying to figure out what to do. You can check at alldatadiy.com, but they charge a fee for their information. I don't know if there is anybody with Chrysler that I can contact to verify that some models were made without an EGR valve. Good Luck with yours.OK well i have a 93 voyager 3.3l and i don't honestly know if they are located in the same place or not but on mine the egr valve is located right on top of the engine to the back right of it. if u look the egr valve says it right on there i didn't know that at first either but when i found it out i kinda felt dumb cause its right on the side of the part.
Put car on ramp or jack-up and support with safety stands. Then disconnect the neg. battery cable. Under the car there is a bolt and a wire connected to the starter. Remove and save to reinstall on new starter. There are 2 nuts attaching the starter to the flywheel. 1 you can see right at the bottom. Loosen it up but don't fully remove until the top one is off. Here comes the fun part. I worked for the top down. Remove the air intake, breather. A bunch of 10 mm bolts If you haven't changed your air filter lately now is a good time so have a new air filter handy. Do it after you changed the starter. Now reach in an extension with a swivel socket works great. you might have to take off that connector on top of the transmission, that little gray box to get access to the bolt. It is 180 deg. from the lower bolt. If the lower 1 was at 6 o'clock this 1 is at 12 o'clock. Look at the bolt pattern on the new starter as a guide. Once you loosen that up and remove. Go back under the car and remove that loose bolt. Wiggle out the old starter and be careful, there a a thin metal shim on these starters, you must remove from the old and put on the new one. Work the new starter into place make sure the shim is positioned correctly and rebolt the bottom,don't fully torque it up until the top is in. Then go back and torque the bottom. Then install the push on wire and rebolt the main starter cable to that center copper stud. put back all the parts removed and then the battery cable. Say good luck and start that engine. You should be smiling. If it is your first time I would give a couple of hours for the job, but once you do it. The next time is 45 mins. good luck. Steve9174536337
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'44 - Under Secretary of State; U.S. Ambassador to JordanPATAKI, George '67 - Governor of New YorkPRICE, Hugh B. `66L - President of the National Urban LeagueRESOR, Stanley '39 - Secretary of the ArmySCRANTON, William '39 - Governor of Pennsylvania (1962-65)TAFT, William Howard 1878 - 27th U.S. PresidentTAFT, Jr. Robert '39 - Senator from Ohio (1971-76)VANCE, Cyrus '39 - Secretary of State under CarterWILSON, Pete '55 - Governor of California ENTERTAINERS & MEDIA ACKROYD, David '68 Drama - ActorBASSETT, Angela '80, '83 MFA,MFAD - ActressBEALS, Jennifer '86 - ActressBOOKE, Sorrel '52 Drama - ActorBUCKLEY, William F., Jr. '50 - AuthorBURROWS, James '65 Drama - Creator of Cheers and other TV showsBURTON, Kate '82 Drama - ActressBUSH, Catherine '83 - Novelist ("Minus Time" & "Rules of Engagement")CAVETT, Dick '58 - TV Talk Show Host; Comedy WriterCHADWICK, Charles 1897 - Author of short stories and novelsCLARKE, Brian '74 - Actor (Eight is Enough, General Hospital)COLANTONI, Enrico '93 Drama - Actor (Elliott on "Just Shoot Me")DANES, Claire '02 - Actress (My So Called Life, Shopgirl)DERSHOWITZ, Alan `62L - Celebrated Attorney (O.J. Simpson Trial)DILLMAN, Bradford '51 - ActorDUTTON, Charles S. '83 Drama - Actor ("Roc"), director, producerEIKENBERRY, Jill '70 Drama - Actress (L.A. Law)FORD, Jack '72 - ABC's 20-20 & Good Morning America, former host of NBC weekend Today Show, NBC Legal CorrespondentFOSTER, Jodie - Actress, Director & ProducerGILBERT, Sara '97 - Actress (Rosanne)GRAHAM, Fred '53 - Head of Court TVGREENFIELD, Jeffrey '67L - TV Journalist, CNN, ABC reporterHAMLIN, Harry '74 - Actor (L.A. Law)HILL, George Roy '43 - Director, Writer, Producer (Hawaii, Slap Shot, World of Henry Orient, Thoroughly Modern Millie)KACZMAREK, Jane '82 Drama - Actress (Malcolm In The Middle)KAZAN, Elia '33 Drama - Director (East of Eden, On The Waterfront, etc)KEACH, Stacy, Jr. '66 Drama - Actor (Titus)LATHAN, Sanaa '95 Drama - Actress (Lead in Love & Basketball)LLOYD, Christopher '82 - TV Produce & WriterLLOYD, David '56 - TV Producer & Writer (Frasier)MacLEISH, Archibald '15 - Pulitzer Prize winner, Poet, PlaywriteMALINA, Josh '88 - Actor (Sports Night, West Wing)MARTIN, David C. '65 - CBS Correspondent from the Pentagon.MARTIN, Kellie '97 - Actress (Little House On The Prairie, ER, Life Goes On)McDORMAND, Frances '82 Drama - Actress ("Fargo")McENROE, Colin '76 - Reporter, Columnist for The Hartford CourantMcKEOWN, Bob '71 - NBC staff newsmanMICHAELA, Genia '99 - Appeared on Broadway in "The Crucible" and "Jake's Women" with Alan Alda, Brenda Vaccaro and Tracy PollanMIFFLIN, Lawrie '73 - Editor for New York TimesNAUGHTON, James '70 Drama - Actor (Tony's for City of Angels and Chicago on Broadway), TV & Movies.NEWMAN, Paul '54 Drama - Oscar winning ActorNORTON, Edward '91 - Supporting Actor Oscar for Primal FearNOTH, Christopher '85 CDR - Actor (Law & Order, Sex In The City)O'NEILL, Eugene '26 - PlaywrightPARDUE, KIP `98 - Actor (Remember the Titans, Driven)PHILLIPS, Stone '77 - Host of NBC DatelinePIERCE, David Hyde '81 - Actor (Frasier)PINCHOT, Bronson - '81 ActorPORTER, Cole '12 - Song Writer (Night & Day)PRICE, Vincent '33 - Actor (The Fly, Laura, etc)ROSENBERG, Alan '74 Drama - Actor (L.A. Law, Sybil)SHALHOUB, Tony `80 Drama - Actor (Monk)SISKEL, Gene '67 - Movie Reviewer (Siskel & Ebert)SKROVAN, Stephen '79 - TV Producer & Writer (Everybody Loves Raymond)SORVINO, Josh - Actor (The Wonder Years)SPOCK, Benjamin '24 - Olympian (Gold), Pediatrician, Author of books on babiesSTEIN, Ben '70 Law - Actor (Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Win Ben Stein's Money on TV)STONE, Oliver `80 Drama - Director (Wall Street, JFK, Any Given Sunday)STREEP, Meryl '75 Drama - Oscar winning ActressTARTIKOFF, Brandon '69 (Fe,BB) - Former President of NBC TVTRILLIN, Calvin '57 - Writer (New Yorker Magazine)TRUDEAU, Gary '70 - Cartoonist (Doonesbury)TUCK, Jessica '85 - Actress (Judging Amy)TUCKER, Michael - Actor (L.A. Law)WALLACE, William `45w - Writer (New York Times)WASSERSTEIN, Wendy '76 Drama - Author (Heidi Chronicles, etc)WATERSTON, Sam '62 - Actor (The Great Gatsby, Law & Order, I'll Fly Away)WEAVER, Sigourney - ActressWEBSTER, Noah 1778 - Wrote the dictionaryWHITMORE, James '44 - Actor (Miracle-Gro commercials)WILDER, Thornton '20 - Novelist (Our Town)WINKLER, Henry '70 Drama - Actor (Happy Days), Director & ProducerWOODWARD, Bob '65 - Journalist, Writer (All The Presidents Men)YU, Jessica '87 - Won Oscar in 1996 for directing, directed episodes of The West Wing.ZIMBALIST, Efrem, Jr. '40 - Actor (77 Sunset Strip, The FBI) BUSINESS LEADERS AKERS, John F. '56 - IBMASHTON, Harris '54 - Pres. & CEO of General Host Corp.BASS, Perry '37 - Bass EnterprisesCOMBS, Harry `35S - Head of LearjetCROZLER, William, Jr. '54 - Bay BanksDOTEN, Sue (Wellington) '81 - Pres. U.S. Beverages, VP Quaker OatsFINCKE, Clarence 1897 - Pres. Bank of America (1920-32)GELB, Richard '45 - Bristol-Meyers SquibbGOIZUETA, Roberto '53 - President of Coca-ColaGRANT, Tone '66 - President of Refco, Inc. (Commodity Trading Company)GREENBERG, Steve - President of Classic Sports NetworkGRINSTEIN, Gerald '54 - Burlington NorthernHALSTED, William S. 1874 - Co-Founder of Johns Hopkins Medical SchoolHEYMAN, Samuel J. '60 - GAF CorporationHULMAN, Anton, Jr. '24S - Chr. of Board Indianapolis Speed WayJACKSON, Levi '50 - VP Ford MotorJOHNSON, Charles '54 - Franklin ResourcesKIAM, Victor '47 - Owner of Remington Corp. and former owner of New England PatriotsKNODE, Donald '51 - President of Merrill Lynch JapanKUNSTLER, William '41 - AttorneyLaROCHE, Chester '18 - V.Chrmn. & Director of American Broadcasting Co.LUCE, Henry R. '20 - Co-founder, Editor, President and CEO of Time, Inc.LYNCH, David '50 - Multibank FinancialMELLON, Paul '29 - PhilanthropistMORLEY, John C. '54 - Reliance ElectricMORITZ, Charles '58 - Dun & BradstreetPILLSBURY, Philip '24 - CEO of Pillsbury MillsPOTTS, James '43 - Overseas Operations Director for CAREROGERS, Robert D. '58 - Texas IndustriesRUBIN, Robert '64 - Goldman SachsSMILOW, Joel E. `54 - International Playtex, Inc.SMITH, Frederick W. '66 - Founder & CEO of Federal ExpressSPRAGUE, Peter J. '61 - National SemiconductorSTRATTON, Frederick P., Jr. '61 - Briggs & StrattonWEYERHAUSER, John P., Jr. '20 - President of Weyerhauser LumberWOLFE, Ken - President of Hershey Corp.WRIGLEY, William, Jr. '54 - Owner of Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Chewing Gum ATHLETICS AXTHELM, Pete '65 - Sports Writer, Columnist and TV BroadcasterBOOTH, Albie '32 - Member of College Football Hall of Fame; Football & Basketball OfficialCAMP, Walter 1880 - Father of American Football; Member College Football Hall of FameCLARK, Stephen '65 - Olympian (3 Gold)DARLING, Ron - Professional baseball player (Mets, A's, Expos)DALY-DONOFRIO, Heather `91 - LPGA Tour playerDELL, Donald '60 - Davis Cup Captain for U.S. 1968-69, Founder and CEO of ProServDIANA, Rich '81 - Pro Football (Miami Dolphins - On Super Bowl Team), 10th in Heisman BallotingDOWLING, Brian '69 - Pro. Football (Patriots, Packers), Finished ninth in Heisman balloting in '68, Made famous by Gary Trudeau as B.D. in Doonesbury, Sportscaster.DUBINETZ, Greg '75 - Pro Football (Wash. Redskins)DUDLEY, Chris '87 - Pro Basketball (Trailblazers, Cavs, Knicks, Suns)EBERSOL, Dick - President of NBC SportsEPSTEIN, Theo `95 - General Manager, Boston Red SoxFENCIK, Gary '76 - Pro Football (Chicago Bears); TV SportscasterFRANK, Clint '38 - Heisman Trophy winner, Maxwell Award winner, Member College Football Hall of FameGIAMATTI, A. Bartlett `60 - Former Baseball CommissionerHETHERINGTON, Chris '96 - Pro Football (Cincinnati Bengals, Indianapolis Colts, Carolina Panthers)HILL, Calvin '69 - Pro Football (Dal. Cowboys, Wash. Redskins, Cleve. Browns), VP of Baltimore Orioles, Silver Ann. Award WinnerHILL, Kenny '80 - Pro Football (Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, New York Giants -- Super Bowl XXI, Kansas City Chiefs)JACOBS, Eli '59 - Owner of Baltimore OriolesJAURON, Dick '73 - Pro Football Player (Detroit Lions, Cleve. Browns, Cincinnati Bengals) Head Coach Detroit LionsJOHNSON, Eric '00 - Pro Football Player (San Francisco 49ers)JONES, Rees L '63 - Award-Winning Golf Couse architectJONES, Robert Trent, Jr. '61 - Golf course designerKELLEY, Larry '37 - Heisman Trophy winner, Member of College Football Hall of FameKILPATRICK, John Reed '11 - President of New York Rangers and Madison Square Garden; Hockey & Football Hall of FameLAYENDECKER, Glenn '83 - Pro Tennis Player (reached top-50 in singles)LITNER, Jon '85 - Exec. V.P. and chief operating officer of the N.H.L.MacKENZIE, Ken '56 - Pitcher on original NY MetsMARTIN, Don '71 - Pro Football player and coach (New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Oakland Raiders)McCASKEY, Mike '65 - President of Chicago BearsSCOTT, Gene '60 - Member of U.S. Davis Cup team 1963-65, Founder and Publisher of Tennis WeekSHORTER, Frank '69 - Olympic Track StarSTAGG, Amos Alonzo 1888 - Member College Football Hall of Fame, Author, Inventor, Football CoachVINCENT, Fay `63L - Baseball CommissionerWEISS, George M. '17 - Baseball Executive (Yankees & Mets)WOSTERHOLME, Martin '84 - Pro Tennis Player, Member of Canadian Davis Cup TeamYAWKEY, Thomas '25 - Owner of Boston Red SoxCharles Montgomery Burns, an energy magnateRobert Underdunk Terwiliger, a stage performerLionel Hutz, a prominent attorneyand many, many more!
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