It depends on the model, I guess. I have a 1998 Grand Cherokee Laredo. It's gear box has 5 settings: 2WD, Part-time 4WD, Full Time 4WD, Neutral, and 4WD Low. The forward most setting, the one where the gear handle sits flat, is 2WD. On the small diagram on the console, you will see that only the rear wheels show green if it is in 2WD. Pulling straight up on the lever while the main shift lever is in neutral will put you in part-time 4WD. If you want full-time 4WD, you must push the lever to the right from this point and pull back to find 4 Hi. For 4 low, you pull back again, then to the left, then back again.
Should be located at passenger's side firewall
Remove intake air hose
Remove 3-4 small bolts at flange
Remove blower motor Should be located at passenger's side firewall
Remove intake air hose
Remove 3-4 small bolts at flange
Remove blower motor
First off, it is a myth that sugar will ruin an engine. Sugar will not dissolve in gasoline. It may clog the fuel filter or possibly the injectors, but it will not ruin your engine. If very little sugar was poured into the tank, then just change the filter maybe a few times and drive on. If lots of sugar was added, you may need to remove the tank and flush it out, replace the filter, and flush the fuel lines.
Very easy to replace. The TPS is located on the throttle body. It is held by a couple of screws and has a wire connector (3 wires). Does the price from the dealer include the TPS? Do it yourself and save the money.
This is really simple to do on your own. 1. First, press and hold presets two and three for a few seconds. Three digits will come up on the display. These are the first three digits of the factory unlock code. 2. Press the AM/FM button on the unit and another three-digit number will read out. These are the last three digits of your code. 3. Call 1-800-537-5140. You'll be asked for a dealer code, 139010, 206053 and 620529 may work. Enter this number and then press the pound (#) button. 4. Now enter the six-digit code that you got from your stereo, first three digits first, then the last three. You will be given a four-digit response code. Make note. 5. In your car, hit the HR button and put in the first two digits of the response code. Then press the MIN button and put in the last two digits of your response code. Press AM/FM and then SEC should read out on your radio. 6. You should be unlocked! I found this on another site. It worked for me. So Im answering my own question. :)
This happened to me today on a major highway. The Ford garage told me it is a transmission problem. Check transmission problem solutions here in this blog. Solenoids, etc. It means your transmission is slipping, that happens in a lot of mercury mystiques. not all true there is a throttle position sensor or T.P.S. on your throttlebody try that its way cheaper than transmission
I believe you are asking about changing the supercharger oil. The dealer has no specification/requirement to change the oil. However many people change this oil on a yearly basis. You will need to pump/suck the oil out and replace it with GM supercharger oil only. ( a turkey baster or a spray pump is a good DIY device for this task) For step by step instructions check out the following website. http://www.oqcgp.com/forum/kb.php?mode4 Hope this helps "G" Currently this is the link for above procedure: http://www.oqcgp.com/forum/kb.php?mode=article&k=4&highlight=supercharger Happy oiling! "b"
The type of compressor is a Generation 3 Eaton M90b.
It is a roots type blower.
most likely you need to replace your O2 senser.
Trouble code P0102 means:Mass or volume circuit low input
follow the lines leading to and from the a/c compressor...the larger line is the low pressure line..and the fittings are different sizes do you pretty much can't mess up...also You should be able to find a shop manual at your local library with the right info...make copies as they are usually only in the REFERENCE section....good luck:)
RV manufacturers usually locate the flasher under the dash near the steering column. The easiest way to find it is to turn on the turn signal and listen for the click. You will also feel it click when you touch it. If the flasher is not working or does not click, turn on the four-way flashers and try to find that flasher. The turn signal flasher is usually located near it.
Hope this helps.
If you get it from a performance website (zzp,wbody,etc.) then yes it will. the flanges sizes are the same if you get the offroad. If you get the shorty, you will need a reducer.
and how many colors ?
I just did the speakers this past weekend in a 2001 Grand Prix and am pretty sure it is the same. Take the lower part of the seat bench out first. There are two plastic loops at the base of the seat that release the seat, while holding the loops with outward pressure, just pull the seat bottom up and out. The seat back is removed by removing the two large nuts that hold the seat belts (If I remember right they were about 17mm). There are two other nuts on either side that use 10mm that need to be removed. Once the four nuts are removed, lift the seat back straight up to unhook the four hooks that hold the seat back in place. After removing seat back the two interior plastic retainers need to be pulled out to get the rear deck/speaker grills removed.
Once you are down to the speakers they can be removed by removing the four screws with a 1/4 inch socket wrench. Carefully lift the speakers out as they are still connected to the wiring harness. Lift the speaker up just enough to disconnect the plastic wire retainers from the speakers. (If there is not enough slack in the wire to do this from up top, they can be disconnected from inside the trunk.) Cut the plastic clips off leaving as much wire as possible. Either strip the wire ends and crimp new ends on or splice the new harness in.
GMs color coding for Positive and Negative is less than intuitive!! Here it is:
Right Rear speaker:
(+) Dark Blue
(-) Light Blue
Left Rear speaker:
Good luck. I put Clarion SRG6921R and am very happy with them. Even though the tweeter protrudes quite a bit there is still plenty of clearance. For the price and if you are not running an amp they can't be beat!
The major difference is that the GTP is supercharged.
I have a '92 model that has the ports just under and behind the air filter box. Look for the one with a BLUE plastic cap. leave the RED one alone.
Read the tag on the transmission.
There are a few ways you can go about doing this:
1. a Volvo dealer2. a mechanic who works on volvos3. you own the service light reset tool.
you can buy the service light tool at www.ipd.com it will cost about $180.
direct link to tool:http://www.ipdusa.com/ProductsCat.aspx?CategoryID=519&NodeID=4564&RootID=629
You might need to re-programming the remote. Check instructions in the users manual. The remote could also be need new batteries.
It is called the ambient air sensor and it costs 3.50..Open your hood and the sensor it located between the grill and the radiator. It is black and can be seen when looking down in that area.It is not easy to get out but small hands make it easier..I fished mine out with my fingers and replaced in less than 3 minutes
The front 3 are easy. I just did mine in my 2000 gtp. To get at the back 3 you will need to remove the top engine mounts and then pull the engine forward and place something to brace it. You will find it easy to remove them. 00gtp
there could be a couple answers. first have the valves checked they may need to be tighten down if that is not the issue you may have an engine getting ready to blow