It is located on the firewall under the hood,if it is externally regulated. When looking you will find a ignition module,and a voltage regulator. This is a square shaped box,kinda small,(like a pack of smokes),and it should have a pigtail cord plugged into it.
Mopar part # 5281090
Power and ground
Under the hood by the latch in that black box.
Dodge full size van b series B150,B250 all are rear wheel drive with 3 engines v6, 318,360
In the oil pan.
Back of the engine next to the distributor.
The asd relay is located under the master cylinder close to the battery. The other relay under the master cylinder is the starter relay, but it is away from the battery. Hope that helps.
my 94 dodge ram van b150 has a 22 gal tank, gets 16/17 gal a mile city/hwy and gets about 352 miles to the tank
Loosen the alternator bracket, move it out of the way. The thermostat is at the end of the upper radiator hose where it curves into the engine
the chiltons manual for my 1990 B150 dodge ram van states 80 inch pounds. For a Ram 2500 with 5.9L Cummins 12 valve engine. The torque should be 18ft-lbs or 24Nm.
If it is an A/T you add the same place you check it. If it is a Manual transmission, then you add lube under the vehicle on the upper side of the transmission.
V6 1-6-5-4-3-2 V8 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
The cost to rebuild a transmission depends on what is put into the transmission and the people rebuilding it. In general, it can cost between $2,000 to $4,000 to rebuild a transmission for this car.
Drain the water from your 1988 Dodge Ram cooling system. Remove the water pump belt. Remove the water return hose. Remove the water pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new water pump.
All "maxi" or extended length Dodge vans have the 127" wheelbase. The 127" non-extended model's extra length is between the back of the side door and the front of the rear wheel opening. The 109" wheelbase model has the door opening and wheel opening very close together.
I assume you have a 318 CI. Cylinder 1 is located on the drivers side. It is the cylinder closest to the front of the engine. Drivers side: Front of engine 1, 3, 5, 7 back of engine Passenger side: Front of engine 2, 4, 6, 8 back of engine
this is real fun. first get to operating temp then remove fan shroud and fan then power steering pump just set it off to side then use timing light to check timing you have to remove all this because you cant see the marks cause the cowl is in the way.
No, there is not. You will have to remove the gas tank. But before you do you need to check power and grounds to the sending unit.
The incandescent ones along the ceiling? You can find the little 12v bulbs at Radioshack (sold in packs of 2). If you remove the entire thing from the van, you'll find It's a Vista Light Tube.... you can salvage some working bulbs that are hidden behind the trim, but you'll need to use a boxcutter to slice open the tube and solder the bulbs onto the old clips. It's not fun, but rewarding when finished to get your running lights looking awesome again.
Fuel injected vehicles have the pump located in the gas tank. You must remove the fuel tank to change the pump. Un hook all accessible fuel lines, fuel fill tubes and electric connectors. Support the tank from underneath (make sure it is well supported because they can be heavy and unwealdy when they have a lot of gas in them). Unstrap the tank and lower enough to finish unhooking all connections. Remove pump assembly from top of tank.
I had an 88 b250 and an 92 b150 the 88 had 300k and the 92 had 200k but was in bad shape when I got it at 117k. Both vans I drove to the scrap yard. The main issue with those vans are the severe rust problems that occur here in northeast Ohio and many other areas. I spent a total of 1500 for both vans and got 1000 of it back in scrap. I did well over 2 million worth of roof and siding jobs with those vans. I never replaced a major part once just some brakes and mufflers and a couple hoses. Needless to say they are awesome work vans.
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MINIRAM VAN2.2L 4-cyl = 4.0 qts without filter2.6L 4-cyl = 4.6 qts without filter3.0L 6-cyl = 4.0 qts without filter B150 VAN3.7L 6-cyl and 5.2L 8-cyl = 5.0 qts without filter B250 HD VAN3.7L 6-cyl and 5.2L - 5.9L 8-cyl = 4.0 qts without filter B350 VAN5.2L - 5.9L 8-cyl = 4.0 qts without filterHope This Helps.
Without seeing the exactly way your sheet is laid out, a specific formula cannot be given, but you would use the SUM function to do it. You then need to specify the cells you want to total. So if you have each of your sales in a column, say column B, running from row 2 to row 150, the formula would be: =SUM(B2:B150) If you had them in a block, say from B2 to J30, then the formula would be: =SUM(B2:J30) You would probably first work out the monthly sales using the SUM function, and so have 12 sales totals, which you could then use the SUM function to add up. Whatever way you do it, the SUM function is the function to use.