Where can you find an ehaust manifold for a 1996 tracker?
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I'm in the middle of this job on a 1995. Found out the hard way (didn't read the service manual close enough) that you must remove the timing belt to do this job. So much for what I thought was going to be an easy task.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \no2 senesors have to be on exaust manifold so where ,thats the only place it can positively check co2/feul emissions. Answer . On the back side of the engine (between the engine and the firewall) there is a cover with 3 bolts in it. Remove the 3 bolts and the cover… and you will find the exhaust manifold with the O2 sensor. You will need a 7/8" wrench to remove it and install a new one. ( Full Answer )
CARBON . I have four of these vehicles. The one with the 5 speed is the one that was doing this. It would sometimes stall at stop lights, restart and it was normal. I had a guy clean all the carbon out of the intake system which cost about $105.00 and it does not stall anymore. Be aware that h…e had the equipment needed to do this.\n. \n. \nI have heard that running a product named "Seafoam" through the intake can clean out carbon buildup. This is done two ways. The easiest way is to add the Seafoam directly to the fuel tank. Check the bottle for the proper amount to add. The second way is slightly more difficult, but probably more effective. First, start the vehicle. Then disconnect the vacuum hose that runs into the brake booster. SLOWLY add the product by introducing it into this line. The vacuum pulls it into the intake system. Do not choke the engine with it, add it SLOWLY. After adding the amount you are supposed to (again, check the bottle), shut the motor off and let it sit a while (1 hour?) During this time, the Seafoam will basically steam clean the intake. When you restart it, it will smoke like a freight train out of the exhaust, this is the carbon being blown out. DO NOT DRIVE IT, let it sit and run. Seafoam is catalytic converter safe, so don't worry. After this is done, the carbon problem should be much better, and power may be better. I've done this before, and it seems to work well. Check with a mechanic for clarification as to the vacuum line location. Good Luck. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nStanding in front of vehicle, starter will be on your left side (Passenger side). Look under the intake, you should see a black support kinda shaped like a letter Y. You will find the starter just beyond that support.
Answer . The IAT ( Intake Air Temperature ) sensor is located on the back of the air cleaner housing.
Answer . \nThe alternator, facing the engine, is located low on the left side of the engine. It really is easier to remove and replace from the bottom.
Answer . \nStanding in the front of your car facing the engine, in the middle of the valve cover on the left side (covered by black plastic). Remove that black plastic cover and you will see the PVC valve on the left side of the valve cover.
Answer . \nThis can be done with the information provided in your owner's manual. If you don't have one, get one. Sources are dealer, e-bay, salvage yard, or many online sites. Here is one site. http://www.samarins.com/maintenance/manual.html\n. \nOr you could just look under the dash, driver's …side, or it possibly has no interior release, and the hood is released outside, front of car, inside the grill. Spend some time looking for it.. Answer . \nThe Hood release can be found inside the glove box ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nthey have pictures and everything in books called chiltin manuals at pep boys. the 96 starts suzuki
Alarm dissconnection . To dissconnect the alarm on my newley purshased 1996 geo tracker i took 2 fuses out behind the toggle switch under the dash.It didnt work right and the light always stayed on.
Answer . \ntake a 3/8" ratchet, insert it into the square piece of the tension pulley till it loosens the belt enough to slip it off the pulley for the alternator, take out the bolts holding the alternator to the bracket, unplug the wires, and reverse to put new one on.
Answer . \nthe hood release is found in the glove box on the right hand side it took me almost a hour to find it
Dexcool caused gasket failure . I have a 97 Astro that is leaking. The dealer ship quoted a price of $650. minimum. I know there is a lower and upper manifold gaskets.I'm faced and with cruise control and fuel injection and I am a little aprehensive. But being out of options and low on funds due …to uncle sam and cost of living increases and not alot of work I might have to take it on. Any help would be cool. I have been driving GM products for 30 years and have never had a intake manifold gasket blow. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Hi, The easiest way I found on my '97 and when I went to the junk yards I found it the easiest on earlier models too, was to remove the instrument panel assy, very carefully as the speedo cable is attached to it and the plugs for the instrument panel are atteched to the top of the panel.… Care is needed as you don't want to short the flexible circuit board on the back. The lights are right as well as those circuits and their wiring is what you will have unplugged. The wiring for the radio and heater/fan lights are behind those and you need to remove the bezels and the ashtray and lighter. When you have those items removed, the wiring is behind those items.\nThe hardest thing about the removal of the instrument cluster is replacing the speedo cable and getting the panel wiring plugged back in all at the same time. It's not easy so I wish you luck and patience and I hope this helps, if it doesn't or more help is neede please ask more. Thanks,\nSteve ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nWhen I have a problem like this, I go right to my car dealers parts department and have them print out a picture from their computer of the routing. They will do this for you if you ask.. Answer . Hi,\nIn the Chilton's book for Suzuki; Samurai/Sidekick/Tracker #66500, you'll find …vacumn diagrams on page 4-60. I'd scan them in but I don't have a way to do that, maybe someone here could? If not, the book should be at your library or is only about $15.00 at most auto parts stores. Good luck.\nSteve ( Full Answer )
Remove the intake manifold retaining bolts from your 1996 ChevyAstro Van. Remove the manifold gasket and clean the surface.Reverse the process to install the new intake manifold gasket.
remove the fender liner. probably have broken studs. they usually come out easily. a left hand drill bit works good if they're flush.
Flasher Q & A . Hi, \nI have to add that I have a '97 and I went out to find the flasher. All I can say is that I can hear it, but I can't find the darn thing. It sounds as if it's near the radio...but I'm befuddled. So just a small thing is the fuse first, it's located below the dash on the left…. The other fuse is under the hood but that one is also for the ignition. I hope someone is able to locate the flasher itself.\nSteve H. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Lots of screws, but mainly there's these bolts you have to take off. One of them is on the top of the dash, in the center near the windshield, you pop off that little square insert and there's the bolt.
Hood release . Hi,\nYou should find the hood release inside the glove compartment on the right top.\nSteve H.
Answer . Hi, The refrigerant used has been R-12 in these older vehicles. Today, the refrigerant used is R-134a. Vehicles that are still using the older R-12 should convert to the newer R-134a. There are many places that can convert your car to the newer refrigerant. I had a car done at a local O…il Doctor but most places that advertise air conditioning service can make the change. Hope this helps and is timely for you. Steve H.. you can also get a conversion kit at a local parts store like performance parts or advance or any of the chains, it cost me 35 bucks, if your system has not operated in a while you need to get a vaccuum check. if there is a leak in the compressor another 30 bucks can buy some stuff to fix it, if there is a leak in the lines, it may be as simple as a 20 cent o-ring or a new line but the fix stuff for the compressor does not fix lines just compressor leaks. ( Full Answer )
A leak in an exhaust manifold will be very loud. The car may alsoexperience issues stalling or running to lean since the oxygensensor readings will be off.
Hi, Depending on the year of your Tracker E-Bay can be a greatsource. If your Tracker is a double DIN opening for your radio you can find them there ocasionally whether you want one with a cassette or a straight radio, one with a CD playercan be found rarely. Aftermarket radios are everywhere therea…re even the double DIN radios aftermarket.Good h unting,Steve H. ( Full Answer )
the cost of the gasket and about four to six hours of work don't let repairman buy gasket as it cost more of his time the average person can do the job in a day (slow). with the MOTOR Manual it"s a little harder with a chilton's (cheapo) libraries normally have the "motor" book copier of five or so… pages twenty dollar wrench set and save 65 $ per hour as you probably don't earn that much > ( Full Answer )
I just did an intake manifold job on a 1999 5.7L suburban. The intake manifold to the heads, note this sequence....from front to back on the passenger side 7,1,3,5......from front to back on the drivers side 8,4,2,6.. Tighten . Tighten the bolts on the first pass in sequence (1-8) to 3 NÂ·m (27 …lb in). . Tighten the bolts on the second pass in sequence (1-8) to 12 NÂ·m (106 lb in). . Tighten the bolts on the final pass in sequence (1-8) to 15 NÂ·m (11 lb ft). . Use Loc-tite blue on these bolts and follow the above sequence and torque levels. ( Full Answer )
How do i find the torque seguence for head bolts intake manifold bolts on a 1996 ford f250 460 7.5 liter?
The torque seguence is in workshop manuels.If you dont have a shop manuel, you can go to a Ford shop and ask them to photo copy a diagram from their book for you.
We recently replaced the serpentine belt on our 2003 Chevrolet Tracker. We were able to place a wrench (I believe it was 9/16") on the tensioner pulley and apply pressure so the pulley released tension on the belt. This however did no allow enough slack to install the new belt so we removed the idle…r pulley at the top center of the engine. With the idler pulley removed we were able to route the belt and with the tension released on the tensioner pulley, routed the belt under the idler pulley and reinstalled the idler pulley, then released the tensioner pulley and the belt was installed. Be sure to note the exact route of the old belt before removal so the new belt follows the same path. Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
Hi, I'll bet on one of three things water pump, thermostat, or blocked radiator and the first is the thermostat then the water pump. Those are wher I'd go first. Good luck and please post the answer. Steve H. *Thermostat on these vehicles are extremely suspect, as they tend to warp and fail if an …engine overheats. Thbey are SUPPOSED to fail "open" however, they can easily fail partially open, presenting a flow restriction to a slowly turning water pump (idle), and provide insufficient cooling. ( Full Answer )
HI,\nI'l give it to you by the book.\nDrain the coolant so it's below the level of tyher thermostat. If you need to, you can remove the top radiator hose from the thermostat housing, of course check the hose and if it's mushy, then change it too, now is also a good time to check the lower radiator h…ose and if it's mushy then drain the coolant all the way and change it too better now than later. Remove the thermostat housing bolts then lift the housing off of the intake manifold. Remove and discard the old gasket. grasp the thermostat and lift it out of the intake manifold. Thoroughly clean both mating surfaces of the thermostat and intake manifold so there is nothing on the surfaces at all. Put the thermostat in with the spring side down. Put a new gasket on the thermostatthen put the thermostat housing back on, install the bolts and tighten evenly. Put the hose back on if needed. Then refill with new coolant. Start the engine and check for leaks and insure the proper amount of coolant has been added. There is one thing to think about, why not think about having it done and flush the cooling system at the same time, it's just a thought. Good luck and don't forget to catch all the fluid as it comes out. Steve H. ( Full Answer )
go to KSL.COM and go to cars and type it in. they should have a crap load. but you have to set your price and distance how far you want to look.
The speed sensor for a 1996 Geo Tracker is located on thetransmission housing. The speed sensor is important , it keepstrack of the tires and delivers the figures to the main system
HI, You have the one at the rear of the exhaust manifold, it's in a hole, you can't miss it, it's better to remove it when the manifold is warm and make sure you have the thread grease on before you put it in. When you buy it ask for the stuff for the threads, they'll know what you need it's real im…portant to use it. The other is down in the exhaust pipe right by the catalytic converter and that gets plugged in through a grommet in the floor. Good luck and have fun. Steve H. ( Full Answer )
235/70R15 they will rub a little but look and handle great had indy 500 on mine love them good in rain snow anything .also have 120000 miles on them.
The 1996 GEO Tracker OBD 2 port is on driver side dash next to center console
I've seen a few clones but I don't know how to make them. SOme people say to download ActivePerl
The hood latch is in the glove box and once you open the box you will see it and just pull it.
My guess would be a plugged catalytic convertor. If the tailpipe stays cold, that pretty much confirms it. Let me know if that helps.
Yes , it is a V8 engine , so it has 2 exhaust manifolds , 1 on each side of the engine
Hi, Your distributor is at the rear of the engine, a little right of center. I must warn you that it is not easy to remove. The best way to remove it is to first mark each wire where it came from, just make a small diagram. You need a short socket and a flexible extension or a short Philips Head s…crewdriver. If you're not changing the cap and rotor then I hope the location helps. Steve H. ( Full Answer )
What engine????????. You should refer to repair manual if not familiar with auto repair and understand the terminology before attempting. Remove nuts holding exhaust manifold to cylinder head & remove nuts/bolts holding exhaust manifold to exhaust pipes. Use new exhaust manifold gaskets and insta…ll the new manifold securing the manifold to cylinder head (may need to but new nuts and or bolts) by "snugly" tightening manifold to cylinder head if not refering to repair manual ( Full Answer )
The horn relay in 1996 Geo Tracker is located under the left handside of the instrument panel attached to the CEM. Two green wiresconnect the power from the fuse to the relay, a blue/green wireconnects to the horn and a green/black wire carries power to thehorn.
the starter is located on top of the transimission. the top bolt is extremely hard to get to and the bottom bolt can be reached from the underside of the vehicle
The clutch reservoir on a 1996 Geo Tracker is located in the enginecompartment, near the firewall. It stores clutch fluid which ispulled into the system as needed.
Just had one fixed...very tough jod in my opinion...my advise is you will be ahead to let a qualified machanic do the job...hope this helps
just pull slowly on the top until you see a gap and work it down from there
well that is the most complex answer ever asked, ( ask your wrecking yard that. they have a vastly expensive data base that does that. ) but they had 2 motors . so you can not mix motors or EFI parts of same ,nor harnesses. i will not even answer body parts because you can just look that up… on any body shop page. surely. so i will answer the hard driveline and EFI parts. yes and no. yes: blocks are same heads are different (if 8v .16v) crank same 1.6L pistons different. 8v to 16v) 96 has no 8v so you crossed in to gen 2 cars from gen 3 so makes answer real hard. diffr head if different. vastly different ecu. differ mounts. diffr crosssmembers. but you can move a 1.6L 16v 94 block to a 1995 car if you swap the pan and oil pump and keep your ckp sensor on your, pump. ecu's vary by a vast number of things, even California types. see my profile click the link ( Full Answer )
there are screws in the mirror panel and under the arm rest and the rest are tabs that pull off
behind left front speaker. on LHD cars, , in UK not. see my profile go to bad ecu and see full instructions there for removal.
This is about an 8 hour job. Start with draining the rad of coolant. You do not have to remove the fuel rail, just move it aside. Best is to take a picture of the intake before, gives you some reference to finish the job. Now, start with removing everything else that has to be removed. Torque the ne…w intake to spec's. ( Full Answer )
its 15years old! no man on the earth or for sure in the cloud can answer such a questions. show me.? how can i, i cant see it, touch it , hear it or drive it. my guess is , you are asking are there any short comings to a 96, from other cars (toyotas") or from other year, trackers.? t…he car will be as good and the last guy took care of it. (i see zero here all are bad when i get time) and if driven in the SALT BELT (wiki that) the 96 suffers from the crank shaft snout disease , all pre 99 kicks. all other fails are random or owner caused. (or elements , as is true for all machines on earth and orbit) see timing belt page off my profile link, its all there, in vivid details. ( Full Answer )