Fuses, fuseable links and circuit breakers.
Not normally as the voltage is very low.
Yes. They are the same from 1987 until 1990
The stock horsepower is 140 for the 3.1L engine.
All fuseable links are on the passenger side on the inner wheelwell.
yes they are fuseable links you should have one at the starter but if it backfired i would check the timing gears and chain to make sure you didnt mess the gears up and that it didnt jump timing
No kill swoitch. You either got a wire on the wrong place or burned a fuseable link.
The fusable links are ususally located about 5 to 6 inches away from the starter on the harness.
Generally find fuseable links on a Ford connected to the battery side of the starter relay/solenoid.
There are 3 coils on all 3100 gm
location of fusable links Ford Ranger 1990 2.9
check all fuseable links and/or grounds
check your fuseable links in your engine cpt. black controls those things
1aauto.com carries them for your vehicle. I included a link below to them for you. Hope this helps you out.
change distributor cap and rotor
only thing that comes to mind is the computer. it has to be changed too
yes i but a 2001 2.4 in a 1997 z24
Hey Aleta= It is 1-6-5-4-3-2-GoodluckJoe
Take off the + on battery for 10 sec that should clear the code.
It is located on top of the transmission where the shift cable attaches to the transmission.
Hey Ryan==If you have automatic air, it is probably in the controler. Check all of the fuses amd fuseable links. GoodluckJoe
First take the battery cables off and clean both ends. Next look for bad fuseable links at the starter solonoid.
The fuseable links are at the starter positive cable hook up stud.Just ensure that you use the exact same fuse amp upon replacement.I suggest covering the the links with conduit or loom as some call it(I do call it both) from the heat and elements.Your normal auto stores big chains do carry these as in stock items.
Check the fuseable links.