Dumps truck bodies aren't raised by some sort of "clip". They're raised by pressurised hydraulic fluid.
If you look under the truck, near the left rear side of the transmission, check for a cable secured to the transmission by a bolt and clip. This is the speedometer cable, which is probably broken in your case, if it is a 4x4 truck, the cable is on the left rear of the transfer case. You can buy just a cable from your parts store, pull the cable from the housing, it should have a square end about 1-2 inches long on each end of the cable. The cable is secured to the back of the speedometer by a spring clip. If you pull out a cable that is not suare on both ends, it is broken!!
Literally just pop the plastic clip out with a screwdriver or pull with pliers or your hand, pull the sensor out, and install with NEW o-ring to avoid leaks, then just push the new clip into the groove
How to fix it depends on how it is broken, if the spring is shot get a new one if the body of the clip is broken, you might as well get a new clip.
yes they are the same.
usually there is about a foot of wires coming out of the sensor and then there is a clip that connects to another set of wires
Yes, it is all the same.
unplug the clip from the sensor. if your replacing it, you just unscrew the sensor
simple answer is no.
You may want to use a paper clip or small section of wire to jump over the contacts on the plug of the temp sensor. Harness side. This is done with the wire unplugged from the temp sensor. The wire that leads into the plug may be broken. If this dosent work cut the plug off and twist the wire togather. If the warning stops you found the problem.
coolant temperature sensor is the right of the coolant outlet line on the top of the engine when looking at while standing in front of the truck. it has a black two prong clip attached to the sensor. the oil temp switch is to the left of the coolant outlet line. it has a single black wire coming off of it.
No, Nothing will line up are even match up.
there is aq clip whivh is located on the rod going from the door handle to the door latch just find the clip and put back in is broken like mine i made a clip and it has not broke since.
The coolant sensor is located approx. 1/2 way down the radiator on the passenger side of the vehicle. Disconnect the electrical connector, Remove the spring clip, pull out the sensor, replace with new sensor, replace the spring clip, connect electrical connector.
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The Map Sensor on that model is located on the passengers side of the motor. It is on top of the plastic intake plenum and has a plug in connector. It is labeled "Sensor Pressure and has a part number of 09359409". BE CAREFUL REMOVING IT. It has a rubber gasket so wiggle it out. I have broken a few trying to remove them. It is held in place with a plastic clip connector.
Driverside of radiator, bottom clip above bottom hose, the sensor that plugs in and snaps
Yes, they will bolt up. If I remember correctly, from 73-87 was pretty much the same truck.
No it will not it is all different, It won't even match up with the cab.
YES it will.
Yes it will.
I un-wound a paper clip and formed it into the shape of a the number "1" with one side being about a 1/4" and the other side being the remainder of the length of the clip. I covered the 1/4" length in super glue and inserted it into the hole where the needle had broken off. I let the glue set for 10 minutes. I was than able to unscrew what was left of the needle using the long end as my handle/leverage point. It worked perfectly and unscrewed in seconds.
YES. It is all the same. except the grill and lights but it will all interchange.
from below the engine, on the right side you will see the sensor. be careful of the clip on the wire or you might break it. from below the engine, on the right side you will see the sensor. be careful of the clip on the wire or you might break it.