Very difficult,I repaired my 91 Corsica by running a wire from my high beam connector(remove battery & look behind inner hdlite)to inside the car,another wire from positive battery post to inside ,find a good place for a toggle switch& connect to this
What kind of Fuel Injection system do you have? Do you have a fuel rail? If you have a fuel rail - it is at the tip of the fuel rail (front of the engine). There are two tiny bolts that secure the fuel reg to the base of the front fuel rail (bolts with tiny nuts on the inside - so be careful about losing them around the heat shield that is on top of the intake manifold).
Once you have freed the fuel reg. from the base of the fuel rail, it will come off of the fuel rail. Remember, to de-pressurize the fuel system (there is a cap nut on the side of the rail, take the cap off and de-pressurize). Sometimes, you do not have to de-pressurize (on the rail side of the fuel reg. sometimes that o-ring fails, and that willautomatically depressurize the system). You have to depressurize, or prepare to take a quick mini shower in gasoline.
Ok, the other side of the fuel reg. - not the fuel rail side, but the other side. You should see a VACUUM WIRE BLOCK JUNCTION. Fuel reg has a vac hose that plugs into a manifold fitting - disconnect it and lay it aside. Pull that VACUUM WIRE BLOCK JUNCTION directly upwards and it will come off (don't break it!). Under that juction block is a bolt - loosen it. The retaining clip for the junction block - remove it, and the wire harness retaining ring (flat pice of rounded thin gage stock meant to hold the wire harness on the front side of the engine manifold. Most importantly, remove the same style retaining clamp for the fuel line. Now, you can work on the Fuel reg. - it is freed up, and should wiggle around freely although it is still attached to the hose. I goota get back to work - this should be easy from here on out - reverse the procedure for installation and send $20.00 to Wulfmun! Just kiddin - good luck! Wulfmun.
Correct tire pressure with original tires PSI information can be located in your owners manual. Non stock tires PSI range is molded in the tires rim
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there is no emergency shut off,unless you pull the fuel pump fuse,only fords have inertia switches.why is that important?
It does not have 1.
Trained monkeys work best. Their hands can fit in there.
The cap has a tang that must fit into the housing before you can engage the retainers.
You can tell the difference between an uplander basic LS or LT by looking at or examining the feature set. The LS is essentially a stripped down or bare bones version of the LT.
bottom center its the big round thing that hangs vertically and is the only thing around the actual drive shaft
GO to the hose,connecting fuel cell [3,4 in.]get it Loose.[wd 40 or same]pry hose on cell side 1/2 the open,2 screw drivers will work. put hose in cell.syfon, hrd spot to reach use cost hanger+tiny zip ties to get where you got to go. AHOIST IS GREAT BUT IF YOU DONT. JACK REAR END UP,SO YOU CAN GET TO IT ,THEN JACK FROUNT END UP TO GET GAS TANK TO FIND LOW SPOT TO SYFON. IT'S A MEDIUM JOB [RUSTY] BIRNG A LUNCH
I wouldnt go with just no.. in the glove box there is a list of part with number and letter series. you would have to call like a dealer or somebody qualified to tell you what part goes with your vin number. my 98 chevy takes a GU6 any truck that has that part number I can change with my truck.. you just have to match what part with what you have.
Plugged air filter? Plugged fuel filter? Bad catalytic converter? Worn timing chain? Check the 8th digit of the vehicle identification number and see if it is a "W". If so the fuel injectors require 65 pounds of pressure to operate. If it is not a "W' then it requires 15 pounds. In other words check the fuel pressure.
I went to AutoZone.com. They have detailed instruction. I have a 98 Astro van. They didn't have the repair proceedure for 98. I checked an earlier year, 93 I think, and found the same setup. The problem I'm having is getting the old nut loose that holds the shock rod to the upper control arm. The only way to keep the rod from turning, is with a tiny wrench on the flat spot on the top of the rod. Not nearly enough leverage to loosen a nut that hasn't been off in a long time. I'm beginning to consider torch. Any ideas?
Check fuel filter and carburetor or fuel injectors if so equipped. Some older cars with Carburetors have a fuel filter where the fuel line enters the Carb. Provide year and engine specifics for a better answer.
There are two types of doors on an auto heater/A/C system--mode doors and blend doors. The mode doors change the direction of the flow of air from the floor to the vents to the defrost. The blend doors change the temperature. The doors in your car are moved by vacuum motors. Either you have a leak in the vacuum line or the vacuum motor is bad. Most often it's a leaking vacuum line or switch. Check those out first.
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You can use nearly any weight oil 10 w 30 and up , but synthetic is not recommended for an auto that old.
Under the driver's seat.