On my 1993 MPV it is like this.
Remove the ash tray. Remove the 2 screws holding the plastic frame, now visible on the bottom of the ash tray holder. Unsnap the frame from the bottom. Unscrew the cigarette lighter bulb holder and unplug the cigarette lighter connector to get them out of the way. There are 5 screws. 1 in each corner and one in the bottom center. Unscrew them and pull the radio out just far enough to see the plastic molex connectors. There are 2 plug connectors and the antenna wire connector. Unplug them and plug into new radio. Put it back together.
yes all minerals are recyclable. there is a mineral cycle that takes minerals into plants then eaten by animals which die and is recycled in decomposition
Reusing an item means you turn something you would typically throw away to the landfill, into something new!
A milk jug can be reused as a watering jug, plant holder, piggy bank, musical instrument, and more!
Use you imagination, and it might just help save our Earth? ;)
The answer is:1 000 000 000 seconds = 11 574.0741 days
Most late model engines have fixed (non adustable) timing and idle speed adjustments. If there is a problem with either, it's probably related to an input signal to your car's on board engine management computer.
an engine where, in the event that the timing is off or if the timing belt breaks, the pistons can collide with the valves and actually do damage.
Screw out spark plug then screw in non fouler then screw in spark plug in non fouler.
Depending on the vehicle, lets say you own a Chrysler, the electronic transmission has a mode referred to as "limp in" mode. Your vehicle will run only in second, or maybe third gear(transmission). In most cases, if there is something mechanically wrong with your tranny, you will hear it or feel it, or have total failure.
In the case of an electronic problem, the check engine light accompanied by the inability to shift through the gears could be due to a faulty governer pressure sensor and or solenoid. Occasionally with Chrysler electronic trannys, the solenoid gets frozen and will not engage with the correct force. Fault code will indicate Governer pressure sensor voltage too low, etc. This can be remedied easily by purchasing the parts over the internet and dropping the transmission pan, removing the valve body, and replacing the two parts.
TAKE THE COVERS OFF THAT COVER THE FOG LIGHTS BY PULLING THEM OUT.gET A SREW DRIVER AND TAKE THEM OUT THATS IT.
why does my airbag light blink off and on on my 92 mercury gran marquis ls
I assume you mean the rotor for the distributor. It is held in place with a small Phillips head screw. Take of the distributor cap (held in place with two Phillips head screws). Turn the engine over until the contact portion of the rotor is pointing down. Unscrew the machine screw from the rotor arem and pull the rotor off the distributor shaft.
If you are refering to the brake rotor, you will need to jack the car up and support it on jack stands. Remove the road wheel & tire. Have someone step on the brake pedal, and undo the nut holding the half-shaft to the hub assembly. Remove the two bolts holding the brake caliper to the strut. Remove the cotter pin and undo the nut of the tie rod from the hub assembly; uncouple the tie rod end from the steering arm of the hub assembly. Undo the bottom pinch bolt (holds the axle carrier to the lower ball joint). Remove the top two bolts of the axle carrier/brake rotor assembly. You can now take the axle carrier/brake rotor assenbly off the car.
Working on the bench, bend back the loaking tabs for the rotor retaining bolts, then remove the retaining bolts. You should now be able to remove the brake rotor from the hub. Note if you have committed to replacing your brake rotors, you will probably want to repalce you hub bearinsg and seals while you have these assemblies off the car.
Also be sure to inspect your lower ball joints and brake pads and replace if worn.
The Miller Cycle engine has a very flat torque curve, with maximum torque achieved at 3500 rpm, as compared to Otto Cycle (standard 4-stroke) engines which generally require 4500 rpm or higher.
Due to this lower-end torque ability, the Miller Cycle engine is capable of moving much heavier loads at a much lower fuel economy.
Go to the Mazda dealer and provide them with the VIN number and they should be able to get a key for you.
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there ya go
What seems to be your problem
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Go to this link and it will illustrate how to trouble shoot and change the motor.
The previous response was: "I have a Mazda millenia 1998 that has over 200,000 miles on it. I have always replaced my timing belt every 60,000 miles. I hope this helps."
The manual says to change at 105,000. The reality is that the belts are kevlar and will likely last much longer. The engine is non-interference so it will not damage the engine if it breaks. The experts I speak with say they would drive it until it breaks.
It will cost you around $500 at least in labor to replace and many times if the job is done improperly you will have other problems as a result.
For the record, my 99 S has 110,000 on the original belt. I'm not even thinking about replacing it... until it breaks (if that ever happens).