I think the check suspension plug is under the hood on the pass. side and you would need a OBD1 scanner to check it. It's usually gray in color and says air suspension on it.
ITS HARD TO SEE BUT IT SHOULD AT THE REAR OF THE INTAKE ON THE PASSENGER SIDE OF ENGINE COMPARTMENT
Depending on the airport and the regulations in place, any vehicle can cross the runway provided it is in radio communication with the tower and has had clearance to cross. The would also need to advise the tower when they had cleared or "vacated" the runway.
In an emergency, the main vehicles given permission to cross or even enter the runway would be the "crash" trucks and the ATC supervisor. They would still need permission to enter the runway.
Bring to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the problem
The starter on the 2002 Saturn vue is located on the front underside of the engine, follow the positive(red) cable from the battery and it should connect to the solenoid which is part of the starter.
Double check the wiring diagrams for your vehicle but it's probable the flashers and signals use the same relay to function. The wiring for your flashers will go through the hazard switch which is where the malfunction is. If you replace the switch your problem should be solved.
Make sure master cylinder is full at all times Connect a plastic tube to the bleeder screw other end into a container filled with clean brake fluid Open bleeder screw have assisitant push brake pedal down approx. 3/4 of travel - observe container repeatprocess until no bubbles are seen. Start at longest line (RR-LR)
Where is the turn signal flasher on a 2004 ventra van
Remove the headlight assembly above the bad bulb to gain access to the burned out bulb. To remove the headlight assembly, open the hood, locate and remove the two tabs that lock and hold the assembly in place, with those tabs removed you can wiggle the headlight assembly out in the open. Now you can reach in and r & r the burned out signal bulb
Check the bulbs they are double filamented with the smaller for stop and turn signals
You disarm it by unlocking either of the front doors with a key. If that doesn't work, that means that the lock cylinder switch has fallen off of the cylinder. You will have to remove the door panel to reinstall/replace.
OR. you could just pop the hood, and diconnect the battery for about a minute
If the starter is still rotating the crankshaft upon turning the key in the ignition, AND there is a charge from the ignition coil to the distributor, the problem is most likely that 1. The distributor is improperly timed and/or calibrated for the engine in which it is placed, 2. The distributor is the incorrect type for the engine it is attached to, or 3. the mechanical linkages that spin the rotor are defective or incorrectly installed.
The starter is located just under the intake manifold. If you are standing on the side of the car with the battery you should be able to see it. It's not very difficult to replace. Make sure you disconnect the negative battery terminal to avoid shock. There is one wire, that pulls apart, and two nuts on the starter that must be removed, the solenoid electrical connector and the starter terminal connection cable. Then there are two mounting bolts, one is on top of the unit and the other is on the bottom at a diagonal from the top bolt. Both bolts can be reached from above.
The starter location on all Dodge Dakota engines is on the driver's side rear of the engine, low down and bolted to the transmission bellhousing. It will be cylindrical in shape and the positive (red/+) battery cable will run directly to it.
You should have the 5.2 engine with your Limited, but some have been ordered with the 4.0. The Thermostat is located on the front of the engine at the end of the Radiator hose. It is between the Alternator, and the A/C Compressor. You might find it easier to remove the Alternator to get to the 2 bolts that hold in the Thermostat Housing. remove them, clean the housing and the surface it sits on, install a new gasket and thermostat and put back anything else you may have taken apart.
When the oil pressure guage is in the high position, it means you have good oil pressure. As your car warms up, the pressure should drop a little. The guage will usually drop at stop signs and stop lights and then go up as you accelerate. If your guage goes to high and stays there, you could have a problem with your sending unit or you could have too much oil in the car.
Well unfotunately these are one of the circumstances where rebuilding the entire transmission would be more profitable, and if for some reason only reverse were fixed, other gears may have been damaged by the debri from the reverse clutch pack..sorry for the bad news.. DAve
Remove the plastic horn section of the steering wheel by gently put firmly pulling each 'spoke' of the plastic about 1 inch in from the edge of the wheel. Lift each spoke only slightly, then move to the next spoke to release them all, don't try to pull on just one or two. Disconnect the push on connector(the horn) and put the plastic horn piece aside. You should see a nut in the center, about 4 inches down. As I recall, this is 23mm, but not sure. Remove it. Place the steering wheel so that front wheels are straight and spokes of wheel are pointed horizontally (to line it back up when reinstalling). Now alternately bump each side of the steering wheel from the bottom of the wheel with the palms of your hand. The wheel will slowly ride up the splines of the shaft and come off.
The fuel pump relay on a 1991 Subaru Loyale is located on the driver's side of the engine compartment. It is part of a bank of relay switches on the fender wall and right next to the Self Test Connector which is the last location on the far right.
it's underneath and bolts to the transmission via two bolts. it's the size of a small coffee can. it runs parallel to the oil pan.. it's big. you can' miss it. if you car is having trouble starting, look for corroded wires or a malfunctioning starter realy, which is bolted to the inner fender by the battery. email with further ?'s
On the 2.2 and 2.5 common block the starter is always at the rear of the engine, below the exhaust manfold on the drivers side. It is nestled on the back of the block and goes into the transaxle housing. The bolts are not easy to get to.
It may be a bad wire in the fuse box under the hood buy the washer fluid container as it was in mine take it of inspect and clean change your taillight bulbs, b/c when your taillights go out, then your dash ligths will go out to tell your tails are out. I had the same problem with mine. The fuse box under the hood on the driver side had corosion from the battery. I had to remove the fuse box and clean it and has worked fine since.
THE STARTER IS ON THE UNDERSIDE OF THE CAR, ATTACHED TO THE ENGINE, ON THE PASSENGER SIDE, AHEAD OF THE TRANSMISSION. YOU CAN GET TO IT BY JACKING UP THE FRONT END (THEN SUPPORTING IT WITH JACK STANDS, NOT CINDER BLOCKS) AND CRAWLING UP BEHIND THE PASSENGER FRONT WHEEL. YOU WILL FIND THE TRANSMISSION AND TO THE RIGHT OF IT (OR LOOKING UP, THE LEFT) YOU WILL FIND IT. LOOK AT THE NEW ONE TO HELP IDENTIFY IT. THE STARTER WILL BE VERY DIFFICULT TO REMOVE. IF THE RATCHET DOES NOT FIT SNUGLY DO NOT USE IT, YOU WILL STRIP THE BOLT. IT MAY BE A 5/8'S WRENCH AS WAS WITH MY CAR. MAKE SURE YOU SPRAY IT WITH SOME BOLT REMOVER FIRST.
IF THE CAR HAS STARTING PROBLEMS, PERHAPS YOU SHOULD FIRST CONSIDER CHANGING THE SOLENOID. YOU CAN TEST IT FIRST, BUT THE SOLENOID IS ABOUT $12 TO $18 AND IS SIGNIFICANTLY CHEAPER AND EASIER TO CHANGE THAN THE STARTER. I ONLY SAY THIS BECAUSE THE STARTERS ARE USUALLY VERY DEPENDABLE. I HAD A 1988 TOWNCAR WITH 439000 ORIGINAL MILES, THE ONLY THING EVER CHANGED WAS A STARTER SOLENOID TUNE UP PARTS AND AN ALTERNATOR. THIS TEST WILL DETERMINE IF YOUR SOLENOID IS DEFECTIVE INSTEAD OF YOUR EXPENSIVE STARTER:
THE SOLENOID IS LOCATED ON THE PASSENGER SIDE FENDER CLOSE TO THE BATTERY. YOU NEED TO PLACE THE METAL OVER THE SOLENOID TERMINALS TO PASS IT WHILE SOMEONE IS ATTEMPTING TO CRANK. THERE WILL BE AN ARC SO USE CAUTION. DO NOT USE WITH AN OLD BATTERY NEARBY.
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I do believe, after just locating myself, that the starter for a 1989 Nissan Sentra is located on the back, lower-half of the engine itself. It's a small, inconspicuous part. To find it easier on this, and all other vehicles, just follow the positive cable line that comes off of your car's battery. It will eventually lead to the starter. (Be careful, there are other cables delivering electric to other areas of the vehicle, i.e. headlights, turn signals, etc. The starter cable will be one main bundle and will lead to an auto part, not an accessory.) Once you find the starter, and before any repairs are made, try light-to-medium tapping on the starter with a heavy metal tool (wrench, hammer, etc.) The fact that you have to do this indicates you need a new starter but, hey, 9 times out of 10 it'll get the car started. -Anonymous