1. take tire off .remove calipher using star tool 2.push pads out of calipher 3.using c clamp push piston back in until flush 4.place new pads in place 5.put calipher back on rotor 6. line up metal sleeve with bolt if unable to do so sleeve may be slightly bent than replace and that might solve the problem
How to adjust the idle speed
If you have a carburetor, there is a crew on the driver side behind the throttle cable it usually has a spring on it if you turn it to the right it idles up left it idles down
If its a fuel injected motor idle is handled by the computer. There usually is a "base idle speed" around 800-1000 RPM. This normally doesn't need to be adjusted.
Have a look for carbon build up on the butterfly as well, this will influence idle too.
u can also adjust the cable there's two nuts that hold the the cable to the injection adjust one way to lower and the other way to raise
Also: check & tighten all hoses as even slightly leaking hoses raise & lower ur idle speed.
Just unplug your battery cables and it resets the OBD computer. A
The speed sensor I know is located on the transmission. The top side most likely. Should be be like one bolt mounting it to the transmission. Just disconnect the electric lines running to it then remove bolt and it should just pull right out. Once replaced the Computer needs to be cleared out of the codes to eliminate the check engine soon light.I've done thisSeems to be a common problem with these vehicles as well as 300Ms.
You can access it from the driver side wheel well. You should jack up the driver corner of the car if you can to have some extra room. You then need to remove the plastic cover which in front of the wheel and covers the battery. If you look straight through to the transmission you will see a tan colered sensor on the side of the transmission which is towards the front of the car.
You just have to take the electrical connector off and then unscrew the sensor from the transmission. You may need to take the wheel off to have enough room to work. It's really very easy and you just need a wrench. Make sure to remove the one towards the outside of the car, not the inside, if you are looking for the output speed sensor. Then, just plop the new one in there and clip the wires back on. I did not even have to clear the engine codes, the light went off by itself after driving it a few times.
The new sensor was only $20-30 from the Chrysler dealership. Good luck!
I have found the sensors much cheaper on eBay motors, where there are several eBay stores specializing in transmission parts. ... as in $7.99 - $9.99ea
A starter is located in the area where the engine and transmission are bolted together. This area is known as the transmission bellhousing area. Starters are mounted in different locations around the bellhousing. Some may be mounted near the top, so that they are accessed from under the hood, as in the case of a Ford Contour V6, but most are mounted toward the bottom, so that they are accessed from under the car. The starter is usually a cylindrical metal object possibly 6 inches (15 cm) long or so, and will be usually about 3 or 4 inches (7 to 10 cms) in diameter. It may or may not have another cylindrical object attached to it called a solenoid or relay, which will be smaller in length and diameter. There will be at least one heavy battery cable attached to the starter. There may or may not also be another small wire attached, usually to the solenoid, and there also may or may not be be a large diameter ground wire attached to one of the starter mounting bolts. The starter will also have 2 or 3 mounting bolts. Caution! If you are planning to try to replace the starter yourself, disconnect the vehicle's battery! The battery cable I mentioned earlier usually has power all the while that the battery is connected, and everything else around is a ground. So when you take the battery cable off of the starter, if you accidentally touch the loose battery cable to anything in the neighborhood, you will end up doing some unintentional welding. So disconnect the battery before starting the job.
i`ll tell you this and this came from the tire man Steve in grovetown ga. @ g&a tires. autos are designed one certain way. universal means in a nut shell, extentions and problems.Answeralso the plastic fenders rub in the inside upper front.
Hey JustinThe idle speed is controled by the ecm and is not adjustable. Goodluck, Joe
You can adjust the idle air screw. Get a haynes manual it will show you how
under the glove box
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Probably not. The car would require extensive modification to the suspensiona nd possibly the fenders. Sure they would fit... But you would have to get custom tires and they would be less than and inch around.. there would be no point, you would hit bumps and trash the rims, unless of course you wanted it for a show car. There would be no point in driving something with that small of tires.
There is a layout on the underside of the fuse box cover
At the engine end of the upper rad hose. when replacing it make sure the spring goes toward the engine. You can check you old one by putting it in a pan of hot water on the stove with a thermometer and watch if it pops open at the correct rated temperature. Might save you some money if it's working properly.
I recently replaced a powered right side mirror on a 99 Cirrus. All I did was order a new mirror (through a used parts salvage yard) for fairly cheap. The used ones cost about the same price, so I went with new. It came with directions on how to locate the mounting screws and everything. The repair took less than 25 minutes in my driveway.
the best thing to do is to get a manual. Front disc brakes are really easy to change out only maybe two bolts hold the rotor on to the disk and the pads are held on with clips. The best thing to do is get a manual it will have a troubleshooting section in it too. Follow the insturctuions to the T and it will be just like having a mechanic do it.
The abs system must be hooked up to a computer and bled by a shop. you can replace the brakes without bleeding by carefully pushing the calipers back with a caliper compressor. if you have to bleed it it costs about $45 in qa shop for and hours labor.
95 Chrysler cirrus has a fuel shut off relay located under hood in box with other relay and fuses
Light Blue/Black wire is the sensor ground, Tan/Brown wire is the signal output and the Orange wire is the 8 volt power feed from the PCM.
the crankshaft sensort is at bottom under the distrbutor it is way down there by the trans housing.
Cut the wire that feeds the voltage.
My 1995 Chyrsler Cirrus had this random red wire sticking out by the fuses under the steering wheel. What I had to do was take a 9-volt battery and touch the red wire to the positive terminal of the battery while touching the negative terminal to any piece of metal on the car. This acted as a shut-off switch and it worked like a charm! The headlights stopped flashing (i had long-since pulled the horn fuse), I put the key in the ignition, and she started right up!
My Chrysler Cirrus does this all the time in my case its my key. My ignition on my car is very catchy so i hangs up when coming back from the ignition spot cauing none of the signals or lights to workAnswer
You need to replace the igntion switch.
Hello, This may or may not help you. I just got my 1998 Sienna back from the dealer. I had a problem with the car idling and then just dying. Not all the time, very intermittent. The solution, which seems to have worked so far, is a 'idle air control valve'. The dealer stated it was very common for this part to get full of carbon and 'stick'. I asked for the part back and it was solid black on the inside. The bad news is that this part, although small, is approx. $225 and about $175 labor (approx. 2 hours).
When mine sticks I take the air intake tube off and spray carburetor cleaner in. It stops the problem for 6 mo or so. Make sure the cleaner is compatible with Oxygen sensors.
Like most cars, you will probably have to remove the door panel, and there should be a few nuts holding it in place. the poor panel will most likely pop off, rather than just fall off when all screw are removed.
You need to put the car on jacks and have a few tools handy, like a mallet and screwdriver. Do not let the brake pad clamp together! Hang them buy a wire.
I had this same problem with my '96 Chrysler Cirrus. 3 trips to my local mechanic resulted in the following (wrong) diagnosis: 1) speed sensors: replace, test drove (fine), problem reoccurred 2) test drove, no problem - "definitely not a transmission problem" 3) brought in while in problem mode: "transmission is definitely shot" After much internet searching, careful thought and unwillingness to give up: - much chatter on the internet about using the wrong transmission fluid on these transmissions: - should use ATF-2 not a Dexron fluid. Many sites say this will destroy the transmission. - after careful looking at transmission level, following the prscribed method of looking after the car has been parked several hours and warmed up for a few minutes I determined the level was low. If you check shortly after driving it is hard to get a good reading. This low level may or may not have been a contributor. - I found a reccommendation to disconnect the battery for 15 minutes which will force the transmission computer to re-learn shifting points. I did this and after a few days the problem went away completely (now ~ 6 weeks). I think this problem may have been caused by adding Dexron fluid a few months back when I had a leak. Check the fluid level and disconnect the battery. I bet it will work! Good Luck, -Frank
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