Asked in Dodge Spirit
Where is the EGR valve on 1992 dodge spirit?
I have a 1992 Dodge Spirit and it doesnt have an Egr Valve, but that's for the basic spirit, if you have an es, or anything, it will be located on the Intake Manifold. Its not hard to spot cause they usually say EGR across the top of it. ...
Asked in Thermostats, Toyota Camry
Where is the thermostat located and how do you replace it 1992 Toyota Camry?
Where is the thermostat located and how do you replace it on 1992 toyota camry 4 cylinder ingine ...
Asked in Fuel and Engines, Dodge Ram
Where is the thermostat located on a 1992 dodge ram 150?
follow top radiator hose to intake. at the end of the radiator hose is the neck. theres two bolts pull the the neck off. that is where your thermostat is ...
Asked in Honda Accord EX
Where is the thermostat located in a 1992 Honda accord ex?
The thermostat in a 1992 Honda Accord is found in the thermostat housing. The thermostat housing can be found by following the lower radiator hose. ...
Asked in Thermostats, Honda Accord LX
Where is the thermostat located in a 1992 Honda Accord lx?
The thermostat in a 1992 Honda accord lx is located in housing that can be found when you follow the upper radiator hose back and finding where it connects to the engine. ...
Asked in Saturn (car), Thermostats, Toyota Camry, Volvo 850
How do you replace the thermostat located on a 1992 Saturn?
Drain the water from the cooling system of your 1992 Saturn. Remove the water hose. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. Take the thermostat out. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat. ...
Asked in Dodge Spirit
What is the fuel tank capacity on a 1992 dodge spirit?
Well I don't know about yours, but my owners manual for my 1992 Dodge Spirit with a 3.0L V6, 3-speed automatic transmission says that it has a 60 L tank. Hope that helps. ...
Asked in Acura Legend
Where is thermostat located in a 1992 Acura Legend 3.2?
The thermostat is located under the throttle assembly. It is at the top end of the LOWER radiator hose. Gotta leave it to the Japanese, who would have thought to put a thermostat there? ...