To start does the truck need a tune up?New plugs,wires,cap,rotor button,air filter,pcv valve,fuel filter and oxygen sensor.If any of these have not been done in at least 12-15,000 miles or just old I would recommend it.Now the next things are more timely and costly.Has the egr valve ever been removed and cleaned with carburetor cleaner(located under the carb one vacumm line,one electrical plug).Has the carburetor been cleaned thoroughly with the air cleaner housing removed and lube on the linkage with like liquid wrench especially the choke.Next these trucks have what is known as a exhaust collector connected just below the exhaust manifold before the transmission.If it has not been removed and cleaned it may be blocked with carbon buildup.To clean it requires removing the exhuast manifold and soak it in muratic acid(best way,and USE gloves)the use baking soda to neutralize the acid and then brake cleaner or a air hose to blow out water and let dry.Once clean this will help the engine breathe and biggest cost could be the catalytic convertor is blocked with buildup and you may smell the egg odor if it is going bad or over 60,000 mile or,shows heat marking from getting too hot.Unless any of these do not work your fuel pump maybe the next check due to the psi is too low and the truck cuts off alot,do a psi check with a gauge to see if it is in spec.I would do the extreme tune,cleaning of the above before the fuel pump.That is my suggestion and expect to spend a little maybe 100.00 for the simple tune up stuff,and Definitely clean that egr valve.It has three 10 mm bolts that hold it.Then if none of this help try the exhaust collector cleaning and replace the convertor and even the muffler because it may be blocked up with trash from the convertor.
The backup light switch and the brake switch are all in the same relay switch. The backup light switch can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard.
how to replace the brake light switch at the pedal of a 2001 ford zx2
The brake light switch is on a bracket just above the brake pedal.
stop light switch is located above brake pedal under dash
no reset switch in this system
The 2000 Toyota day time running the light relay switch can be found below the dashboard. The switch will be on the passenger side of the passenger compartment.
If the heater still works the bulb is just burn out. I doubt you can change the light you will have to replace the switch.
The brake light switch is located under the dash. It is connected to the upper arm on the Brake pedal
Either auto , or 5Spd. , switch is mounted on transmission.
No... its an on off switch
switch is on side of transmission under the car
The Back up light switch (reverse light switch) is located on the top of the transmission. If you remove the air cleaner element, look down, a little to the left you will be able to see it.
The switch should be where your light are. You just pull out on the light switch but the fog lights will not come on unless all lights are on.
You have a switch on the dash that can operate the dome light when the doors are shut. Perhaps the switch is in the on position.
Because your switch is bad, replace the light assembly
Bad connections somewhere in the car battery, alternator, feed line to ignition switch You must have a error code posted or the electrical is shutting down so the computer cant record an error.
The light should be controlled by a switch operated by the emergency brake handle. The switch could be out of adjustment or could be bad.
it is the dimmer switch on the dash roll it all the way up
On Our Own Terms Moyers on Dying - 2000 Living with Dying 1-1 was released on: USA: 2000
You might have a bad brake light switch. If you don't have brake lights the switch is bad. When your brake light switch isn't working it wont send a signal to the shift solenoid.
at the top behind brake pedal, don't remove the lower switch it for the cruise control
A 2000 Chrysler does not have a reset switch.A 2000 Chrysler does not have a reset switch.
Fuse, bulb, wiring, door switch, switch on overhead light.
You pull back on the turn signal switch. I believe the Classic that year might have still had the floor-mounted high beam switch, though.