Depends which computer you are looking for...: The BCM (body control module) is located somewhere the dash, not too sure on the position of this one. The TCM (transmission control module) is located on the inside of the driver's fender. Remove the battery, and the battery tray and you will see it attached right to the fender, there should be 3 bolts to remove it and it comes out. The PCM, ECU (engine control module, powertrain control module, brain box, etc.) is located underneath the air filter assembly. Remove the accordian hose attaching the intake to the airbox then remove 2-3 bolts securing the airbox in and you will see it sitting underneath there.
trunk light is located in the trunk
Where can I get a diagram of a 1996 Dodge Intrepid cooling system?
The 1995 Dodge Intrepid does not have and ODB2 port, the Intrepids didn't introduce ODB2 until 1996.
diagram for timing marks on 1996 dodge intrepid 3.5
On a 1996 Dodge Intrepid, the flasher button is located near the center back of the steering wheel, you should see the button on the top of the steering column. The flasher itself is mounted to the multi purpose fuse panel.
It is located on the exhaust, maybe a foot or so from the engine. which side?
It is on the left (drivers side) of the engine near the front.
Which do you mean? African or European Intrepid?
autozone.com has online manuals that give you printable component locations
its a in tank fuel filter replace the sock on the fuel pump
5w30 or 10w30
You need to have the trans computer checked for codes. There will be a code that will lead to what is causing the no shift.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.
It is an integral part of the starter.
Yes. You can use automatic transmission fluid in the power steering on a Dodge Intrepid.
It doesn't have one. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
You have to remove the pan, there is no drain.
it is controlled by the ecm
No it does not. I wish mine did though!
The 1996 Dodge Intrepid main bearing torque specification is 180 pounds. The main bearings should be torqued in 60 pound intervals.