On the quad 4 engine the water pump is on the back of the engine. For your application the consensous is that you must pull the timing cover off and insure that the twin cams remain in the same position. Then you remove the exhaust manifold in order to remove the water pump. I got an estimate and the mechanic said he wouldn't touch it for less than $600.
Another site you could log onto is www.Quad4forum.com. These people are quad 4 enthusiates. I hope I have been of service.
you need a meter to find the resistance in your key. Then its in a small harness at the steering column. You need to cut one of the wires and attach the resitor to the cut wire going away from the column and the uncut one. I was in the alarm remote start business for years and years.
If air is present in the fuel line, it can cause a number of issues with the vehicle's performance. The most common symptoms of air in the fuel line include:
Air can enter the fuel system through a number of ways, such as a damaged fuel line, a cracked fuel tank, or a faulty fuel pump. To diagnose the issue, a pressure test should be performed to identify the source of the air leak. Once the source of the leak is identified, it should be repaired and the fuel system should be bled to get rid of the air in the fuel line.
Remove rear deck lid, use a 9/32 socket to remove screws, remove wires, reinstall them onto new speaker, reinstall the screws and the rear deck lid...
You don't, as it has no belt. It has a chain that should last the lifetime of the engine.
The Emergency Brake is probably adjusted too tight.
Well, that could be the case if the wheels don't turn at all. If they only lock up when you apply the brake, it's more likely that the star wheel is what's slightly too tight.
Every time you press the brake pedal, the star wheel assembly in the drums (which the '92 has) automatically adjusts itself (turns out on a bolt). Over time as the brake shoes wear away, this extending bolt pushes the shoes farther and farther out to make sure they stay close enough to the drum to stop the car.
When you do a brake job and put new shoes on, you have to remember to screw this bolt back in, otherwise they're now too close to the drum.
Keep in mind its normal for them to grab slightly until the new shoes set in. If its not too bad it may return to normal within a day. If not, or when you press the brake the back wheels lock up way before the front grabs, or even if you're just not comfortable driving the car, take the car back to the shop and get them to loosen the back brakes a bit.
If you do your own work and are comfortable doing your brakes, there is a plug you can remove on the backing plate and get in with a screwdriver to turn the star wheel while the drum is on. Don't do this yourself unless you're experienced or have the help of a pro. Your brakes are too important.
Remove the cover on the steering column. If it has tilt steering unscrew the tilt lever out of the steering column first. On the passenger side of the steering column near the ignition switch there is 3 small wires going from the ignition to the top of the column. they are yellow, black, and white. The white goes to nothing. Start the car and let run. Right after starting cut the yellow wire then turn the engine off. Car will start then but you will have a flashing security light all the time when switch is on. Its best to attach a 20 gauge wire to each end of the yellow wire and run them under the dash somewhere out of the way and hook a toggle switch to them in case you ever want to turn it back on in the future. I just had to do this to my 97 achieva cause i was having starting problems and it fixed it right up. Trust me, it will disable the security.
I have a 1992 Toyota pickup, Had a HARD time finding the horn relay myself. The horn relay on my 1992 Pickup is located on the drivers side, to the right (or towards the front of the truck) of the small fuse block that has an access panel door on the kick panel, you have to remove the kick panel to see the relay, in my case it was just unplugged, plugged it back in and horn now works. The relay has printing on it and it says "HORN RELAY" Good luck! Laterz, Len P :)
I would like to find the Fuel Pump relay on my 1992 Toyota pickup.
It sounds like you may have a bad heater coil. Next time you get a puddle, smell it... Chances are it is coolant and not water
The low pressure fitting (service port) in on the suction / low pressure hose (the larger hose between the dash and the compressor) since you are using 134a equipment the low charge fitting will olny fit the low size service port. Mark K-------Raleigh, NC
On my 96 Achieva SC, it is under the car just behind the radiator next to the compressor. It is a pain to get to. It is next to the radiator hose so you can burn yourself when you use it. Tom F------Macon, GA
The source of the water is probably from faulty or failed window seals surrounding your front & rear windsheilds.
You can find the turn signal relay switch beneath the dashboard, on the drivers side. The relay switch is round and labeled.
how to replace harmonic balancer 3.4 v6 2001 grand am gt?
On 1994, its UGLY... a better idea from GM.... don't you just love car makers. Its plugged in under / inside the dash area to the left of the steering column.... above the fuse holder. Its next to impossible to reach and release the clip holder without taking off the front dash / instrument cluster.
The first thing we have to know is--what torque? Is it Head bolt torque, rod bolt torque, main cap torque, water bolt torque, or something else? Please specify.
Eastern Time as in East Coast.
Have you tried unlocking the doors with the remote? I don't know if it will work on GM cars, but it works on at least some Fords.
Are your belts loose?
Did you double check your fluid level?
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