If it has one it will be on the transmission pan. Some trans do not have a drain plug, and the pan must be removed to drain the fluid.-NOT TRUE!!!
Plug being on the drain pan is only true for an automatic transmission and yes there is one there. If it's automatic turbo it has 2 drain plugs on/near the pan and non turbo automatic there is on drain plug on the pan.
The manual tranny drain plug on a 2g dsm turbo is a single bolt on the inside of the tranny (opposite side of the where the cv axle attaches) near the crossmember. The tranny drain plug for a non turbo dsm is on the bottom part of the transmission and is also a single bolt.
its at the bottem of the rad
it depends if its a five speed then no but if its an auto then yes
Should be a 4 speed.
A 1995-98 Eagle Talon Tsi has 210hp
check your speedometer sensor located back left of engine bay on top of the transmission
yes as long as the Talon is not a turbo. both engines are the 420a.
On the fuel rail
A 1995-98 Eagle Talon Tsi has 210hp stock.
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IT is on the firewall on the passenger side
In the headlight assembly...
The one that's in the car
1995-half of 1999
The turbo on a 1995 Eagle Talon TSi is a T25. They changed after 1994 which came with the 14b turbo.
it has to be pressed out and back in
It's on the intake manifold.
You can get a serpentine belt diagram for your 1995 Eagle Talon at most Chrysler dealerships. Most auto-parts stores will give you a diagram when you purchase the serpentine belt.
No , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) the 2.0 liter four cylinder engine in a 1995 Eagle Talon ( IS AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE )
no. 94 is 1g 95 is 2g (first and second generation). also differences between fwd and awd exhausts
u have low voltage