Panel lights on all vehicles are tied into the tail light wiring of the vehicle. That way if your panel lights go out you know that both tail lights are out. Check the bulbs of your cars tail lights and see if they are burned out.
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It is under the timing cover on a 3.0L
Points, no. Distributor cap and rotor, yes.
On my 1990 it is the middle relay on the left fender between the battery and the shock tower.
It is screwed into the exhaust behind the engine.
Check lower control arm bushings.
5w30 or 10w305w30 or 10w30
The heater core is inside the Hvac housing, under the dash.
Pull the wiper/turn signal stalk towards the back of the car.
The sensor is between the cab and engine. its in the back of the engine not the front like many other vechiles.
The cam position sensor is inside the distributor, under the cap and rotor. There isn't a crank sensor.
I'd say Dark Forest Green with the Gold interior.
It doesn't have a crank sensor. It only has a distributor pick up plate (cam sensor).
I'm pretty sure that takes a 7mm Allen key.
In my 1990 Plymouth Acclaim owners manual Shows:Cavity = 8 Fuse = 5 amp, Tan Circuits = Fuel, voltage, oil, and temp, gauges, chimes, warning lamp module, seat belt warning and brake warning lights mechanical cluster circuit board. comment: I had my "distributor pick-up" replaced. car would just die out, while i was driving.
in front of the pass rear tire its a round metal unit held by a single bolt with two hoses going into it
The manual has a very nice detailed schematic and can still be found in most major auto parts stores.
With an electronic leak detector or fluorescent dye.With an electronic leak detector or fluorescent dye.
Under the hood, along the driver side inner fender panel.
Replace the speedometer cable. Better yet, replace the car. I had this problem in my 94 acclaim. Somehow it had gotten severed and no new part was needed. Take it to a mechanic you trust and all it will cost you is labor. No need to replace the car.
loosen the tensioner assenbly with a 1/2" drive ratchet or a serpentine belt tool and reinstall the belt according to the diagram under the hood
This process could take up to 3 hours. The Heater core is best flushed if you are having problems with flow. Is this an option? F. Garay
You can buy a motor manual with one in it at your local auto parts store or possibly find one at your local library and copy it there.
Peak injector current has not been reached (non-turbo) or a problem with an injector circuit (turbo). Check the injector(s) and electrical harnesses.