On 89 thru 97 3.2L Passports, Rodeos, and Amigos the MAP or Manifold absolute pressure sensor is located on the right side of the intake manifold. On 98 and later it is on the right rear upper corner of the intake manifold, and on the 2.2L it is on the upper side of the intake manifold between the throttle body and the cylinder head
Just had mine done (1999). The $40 thermostat is located inside the intake. All bolts need to come out. Lots of hoses. Be prepared to spend another $75-100 to replace those hoses because u don't want to pay to have it opened up again. The hoses connected in the back of the intake are a pain. Leave them alone and tilt the intake up and remove bulb to the t-stat and bam your done. Book calls for approximate 6 hrs. My mech is the best in the city and got it done in less than 3. Don't forget to replace the intake gaskets while ur at it.
The coolant temperature sensor that controls ECU cold start fuel enrichment and ignition timing is located behind the power steering pump on the bottom of the intake manifold right behind the thermostat housing.
Having a head gasket replaced on a 2000 Amigo can be replaced but it can be hard depending on if the mechanic has the right instructions. Also, depending on the condition of the head gasket can depend on how hard it is replace the gasket.
The sun rots the gaskets. If it is still small & you can pinpoint, some aquarium sealer will provide a stop gap until you can get it replaced.
unbolt from trans.bolt on new one bleed system
Tu amigo or su amigo
The generic manual i have says .006" intake and .010" exhause. but the sticker under the hood of my 89 amigo says .008" intake and exhausey
It's inside the intake. Mess of a job. 6hrs labor per book. Sfbnj@com cast.net
Mexicans are not called amigo because amigo is friend
Amigo in Spanish is amico in Italian.
"Amigo" is Spanish for "friend".
Amigo is singular.
The plural of amigo is amigos.
Amigo is another word for friend in Spanish."Amigo" is the Spanish word for "friend".
Amigo/a tuyo. Su amigo/a. Tu amigo/a
Amigo - for a men Amiga - for a womenAmigo.
tienes un amigo = you have a friend ¿Tienes tú amigo?= Do you have a friend?
The literal Spanish translation would be 'You Friend.' te amigo ti amigo
your and friend
It is "Gracias,mi amigo" or "Gracias, amigo mío"Gracias, mi amigo.
Amigo (Portuguese and Spanish for friend in the masculine).SENTENCE:I'm so proud of my Amigo/s!
The O2 light means the oxyogen sensor is needing to be replaced. It should be some where in the exhaust system.Answerit is located on the exhaust manifold with wires to a plug coming from it
un amigo = a friend
The opposite of amigo (friend) is enemigo (enemy).