Right side rear of engine in top of bell housing, behind cylinder head, two wires going to it.
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Powertrain Control Module
It's the computer mounted to the firewall with the three sets of wires going to it. It handles all sensors, warning lights, transmission shifting (if electric), spark ignition, electronic choke..... Pretty much everything electric is handled by the PCM.
The coolant temp sensor is located next to the thermostat housing.
55 code is not an error code, it signals end of codes. If no other codes preceded it, you have no error codes.
Slightly. Adding dome top pistons would increase it more.
fun way grab a buddy and a dirt lot 20 mph and lock brakes have him see if front and rear tires lockes up. Safer way lift vehicle check for wiring headed toward inner hob of front and rear wheels wiring means ABS, both ends 4 wheel ABS
B3 0 B F 3 V 013599
B3 is the Model code = B-300
0 is the Body Style = Camper Vans(MB300 Front Section)(1973), Forward Control&Motor Home Chassis, Incomplete chassis, CB300 Kary Van, Sport Utility
B is the Gross Vehicle Wt = 6,001 lbs to 10,000 lbs
F is the Engine Code = 360
3 is the Model Year = 1973 J Series
V is the Assembly Plant = Warren Truck Compact
013599 is the Sequence Number = the 13599th unit built
Source: http://www.classicwinnebagos.com/forum/tech_resources/VIN_decoders/DodgeVINdecoder.html scroll down 'til you see your year.
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I don't know if there is a fusable link! This is what I did. I lifted the glove box out and next to the fusebox is a flat black box (3" x 5" x 1 "), probably the electronic ignition. I unplugged it and replaced it. Further I replaced the relays (3 of them under the hood). one is located directly beside the smec computer, one is a metal relay in the middle of the firewall and the other is in between the brake booster and the batterie. I tried it again and it works. the other way is, run a wire from the batterie to the pos side of the coil (to supply power). pull one of the sparkplug wire of and stick another sparkplug in it and lay it on top of the valve cover. Crank the motor over and see if the sparkplug sparks (this is to check your coil working properly!)
The coolant temp sensor is located next the the thermostat housing.
At that time several after-market conversions were available. You only need to find one of those and the conversion process shouldn't be terribly difficult. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Considering the costs involved if there is a problem with the electronic ignition, I'd stick with the easy to trouble shoot and cheaper to repair distributor point system.
the library should have a shop manual for this vehicle, you can make copies of the right sections :)
The front does have to be dissassembled to access the timing belt, which drives the wate pump.
A Dodge B250 Van does not have a mass airflow sensor.
Hey Dude: You can turn your dome light off in your van by turning your headlight switch (or dimmer switch ) all the way to the right. Left turns on your dome light, so go the opposite all the way till it clicks. It will now stay off when your door opens. .
It's located on the driver's side fender near the strut tower.
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Yes, it's mounted underneath rear of vehicle.
The control switch is probably faulty (or faulty wiring to the switch and/or motor).
the resistor unit must be open cicuit that is mounted in the air duct near the blower usually
In a sense it is. Both are derived from the LT-1 found in the Camaro/Firebird and Corvette. The Caprice LT-1 and it's little sister, the 4.3 V8, have cast iron heads and aside from the differing bore sizes, it is the same block. Both offer the same features, such as reverse cooling, the Opti-Spark ignition system, etc, but the the 4.3 is rated at only 200 HP, versus the 5.7 at 260 HP. You can probably interchange most parts - performance and otherwise. Hope that helps.
the motor is behind/under the glove box or in dash