the egr on a 2000 Ford Ranger is to the right of the air breather - follow to the end and /you will see two 10 m/m nuts that holds it on and then there is a larger bolt on the back side / take off the larger nut off first then the 10 mm bolts / note you may need to spray some pv blaster on all the bolts before taking off any/ take off the larger bolt off first and then the smaller ones also / make sure you clean out port after taking egr off / use round brass brush to clean out port.this will allow your computer to reset off on engin check light/ if it don/t reset go to your local auto zone and they can turn out light.
Location depends on the engine type, IE 2.3, 3.0 or 4.0 liter. The above location is for the 4 liter and possible 3 liter. The 2.3 liter 4 cylinder engine location is on the back left side (driver's side).
It is on the opposite side of the throttle body from the throttle cable attachment.
There is no adjustment on the throttle cable.
It is on the part that the throttle cable hooks to on the engine.
The throttle cable is located on top of the throttle body.
This is located on the throttle body. Follow the throttle cable and it is usually on the opposite side where the cable attaches to the throttle body.
Follow the throttle cable to the engine. It hooks to the front side of the throttle body. The tps is the three wire sensor on the back side of the throttle body.
It is on the throttle plate right across from the throttle cable.
It is located on the side of the throttle body, opposite side where the throttle cable connects.
On the throttle body, opposite side of the throttle cable.
Damaged throttle cable, dirty throttle body, broken/damaged throttle cable return spring, vacuum leak, an obstruction around the throttle pedal such as a floor mat,
The throttle position sensor is mounted to the throttle body. It is located opposite of where the throttle cable goes onto the throttle body.
Well the power steering cable is right next to the throttle cable on the throttle body.
follow the cable to the throttle body and it is underneath the butterfly
A Grand Caravan would have the 41TE transmission which does not have a throttle or kickdown cable.
It is located on the throttle body, opposite side the throttle cable connects.
Throttle cable is sticking. Located in the transmission. 2 Solutions exist: (1) Follow the cable to the entry point in the transmission, disconnect and by using a syringe, shoot a non-coagulating lubricant into the cable sleeve. (2) Have the throttle cable replaced.
back of engine below throttle cable hard to change, i paid a mechanic to change.part cost about 40.00.
TPS is almost always located on the throttle body opposite or near the throttle cable
The throttle position sensor on a 1999 Toyota 4Runner is located by the throttle body. It will be mounted near the throttle cable.
Remove the air cleaner and the air supply from the top of the throttle body. Have someone step inside the vehicle and slowly press and release the throttle while the engine is off. Watch to see what moves. The throttle butterfly is operated by the cable from the accelerator pedal. Notice that the cable goes over a sprocket that moves the throttle. On the OPPOSITE side of the throttle body should be a black plastic thingy with wires connected. THAT's the throttle body.
It's on the throttle body, opposite side of the throttle cable.
looking at the engine from the passengers side of the engine bay, it is the black sensor on the right side of the throttle body. it is on the opposite side if the throttle cable
The throttle cable and shift cable on a 1984 40 HP Mercury outboard engine is installed by raising the access panel and locating the appropriate connectors. Each cable is then attached to the engine to control its speed and gearing.
The T V cable is a "Throttle Valve" cable and is located by the throttle body and is part of the throttle and can be adjusted by simply pushing on the adjustment part of the TV....by adjusting the cable it will affect the shift points of your trans.
The throttle body is located just in front of the air distribution manifold on the top of the engine. Follow the black air piping back from the air filter housing to where the accelerator cable attaches to the throttle body and that's it!