Where is the igniyion coil on a2002 mazda protege
will a 3.8 engine from a2002 Camaro interchange with a1999 camaro
If there is no drain petcock then just remove the lower radiator hose.
It is up inside the driverside frame rail, back by the transmission cross member.
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yes if it is the same model
Is a rear end1998 Toyota 4runner will fit in a2002 Toyota 4runner/
Take it to a shop and get the engine serviced. Kinda makes sense if you think about it.
cam sensor or icp sensor!!
Usually it's in the trunk. If you don't see it, it may be a sealed system and require the help of a qualitfied lumberjack.
The XLT has a 16 gallon tank. The XLS has a 15 gallon tank.
It wouldn't be a direct bolt-up since the fenders and hood were slightly different from each other.
we had rattleing noise on our passenger side van, it turned out we had to tighten the coil spring, and finally had to replace it
Front: 233 Ft. Lbs. Rear: Final Torque, 173 Ft. Lbs.
Starting in 2002 the Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) does not have an automatic transmission fluid level dipstick
It's a Euro cent. The serif on the "E" makes it look like "Buro." The currrent value can be determined using any bank's currency calculator
all vehicles are have about the same amount of fuel in the tank when the fuel light comes on. there would be about 1 to 2 gallons
The abs light is on because there is a problem with the system. Until that problem is fixed the light will remain on. When the problem is fixed the light will reset itself after driving a few minutes.
Everything is different between 02 and 06, block pistons, computer, turbo, fuel injection psi, etc. See link below.
Per Honda Service Center in Torrance, CA 3.5 quarts.
they don't have a dipstick for the transmission. they have a plug on the drivers side of the transmission. its a 16mm spanner job. you need to check it running in park on level surface.
I have a 2001 Montana and the drain plug is on the bottom right side of the radiator facing the motor, I had to use a 7/8 socket to loosen it (counterclockwise). there was not enough room to use pliers.
There are literally 100 different things that can cause your four-wheel-drive not to work. The most common cause is a disconnected wire on the four-wheel-drive selector switch.