the alternator is located on the passenger side of the motor towards the bottom front.
Pulse-code modulation (PCM) is a method used to digitally represent analog signals.
just removed mine it is hiden behind the emegency brake pedel you must remove the left f tire then remove the wheel well liner at least the rear of the liner pull the liner forward the ecm is in the firewall 2 /11 mm nuts hold it in place one 10 mm bolt holds the conector also you can see it from under the hood far left side to the left of the main wiring conctor
This is from memory only. The car is not here, so I can't look to refresh my memory. As I remember, look for the large air tube that goes from the filter to the engine throttle body. There is a sensor in the tube with wires going to it. Disconnect it or remove the sensor. Be careful not to damage the wires or sensor. Disconnect the clamp holding the air tube to the throttle body and pull the tube off. Look for two plastic tabs holding the other end of the tube into the air filter box. Squeze them in toward the tube while pulling the tube back out of the box. Pull the old filter out of the box and replace it with your new filter. Push the tube back int the new filter, hook everything back up and you're done.
Yes you can but the captains chairs must also be from a freestar. The windstar seats will not fit a freestar.
What problems? The question isn't very informative.
Yes , the switch is located behind the service panel on the right side of the cargo
If my math is correct that's 35 miles per Imperial gallon
( just over 29 MPG for the U.S. gallon )
It should be between the engine air filter assembly and the big flexible engine
air intake tube
This will depend on what you're describing. If it looks like an oil can with a drip, that's a low oil warning, but if it looks a bit like a thermometer in some waves of water, then that is the engine coolant warning to tell you that your van is overheating.
Pearl Harbor is located on the south coast of Oahu.Oahu is one of the Hawaiian Islands.On the south side of Oahu, from west to east isPearl City, Pearl Harbor, Hickam Field (now Hickam AFB &Honolulu International Airport), Honolulu, and then DiamondHead.
The question specified a 2001 VW Jetta VR6 GLS THESE are 205/55/16s.
Check the Bosch instructions online for their P3857 filter. The post 2001 V70 cabin air filter (sometimes called a "pollen air filter") is accessed by removing a trim piece below the glove box.
No, although you do have two choices.
One can be P235/60R16 99S, the other is P235/55R17 98S. It is best to stick with the recommended sizes for your vehicle
i went to www.mvreader.com/multiview/dayco/graphics/rtdiag/blg.jpg and got the diagram. Release the tension on the idler pulley in the rear of the motor spin the nut in the center like you were tightening, and the pressure will be released from the serpentine belt. three 15mm bolts on the top of the alternetor will loosen it. 10mm nut on alternetor and a harness are all that hold it on. I did it in about 20 min
on the drivers side of the engine compartment there is a rectangular black plastic box. it has 4 clips near the corners. the clips are easily pushed off the tabs on the top of the box. once this is done, pulling up on the box exposes the filter. grab the filter, pull it out and install the new one in its place. Make sure you haven't pulled a hose loose at the back. Wrestling the top cover off the filter might pull one off the back behind the cover. They easily slip back on if you do.
It holds 25 gallons
The air filter in a 95' Villager is located on the drivers side of the engine compartment. It is the square black box that is at the end of the large rubber tube that comes from the intake manifold on top of the engine. The box has two latches, one on top, and one on the back, the look similar tt tool box latches. Undo both and open the box wide enough to slip the filter out and put new filter in.