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Answered 2007-04-01 15:01:29

Please refer to Chilton's 1982-1989 Import Manual. Due to possible copyright infringement, I cannot list the steps. I started to do this, but found out that a relay under the driver side dash had a problem that caused engine to crank but not start. Good luck! The information in a list of technical steps necessary to perform maintenance on a vehicle cannot be copyrighted, although the entire manual page may not be reproduced for distribution without permission (format, arrangement and other things can still have copyright value).

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