If your truck has a 4.6 or 5.4 liter V-8 engine, then the spark plugs are under the "coil on plug" ignition coils, one for each cylinder. They are located on the intake manifold/cylinder head on top of the engine. You will need a 7mm 1/4" drive socket with an extension and a universal joint to remove the ignition coil first, then use a 5/8" spark plug socket with a universal joint and a 3" extension bar to remove the plugs. Try to twist, then pull the ignition coil/boot off the plug after removing the retaining bolt.
most likely you have a r12 cooling system. You will first have to visit a certified AC mechanic to have the r12 drained from your system and since you have to do that then you might as well have them do the r134 conversion at the same time, it won't add that much more to the cost.
Yes it does, if it needs to be replaced i suggest going to your local auto parts store and buying one, this will give you an idea of what your looking for. There are two other relays that look exactly like this one and they are all located up against the fire wall. The Starter relay and the Fan relay are located on the drivers side. The Fan relay is the one closer to the fender and the Starter relay farther.
well if it is the Bose speakers which have an amplifier and it probably is than you need to buy not only the wiring harness but a 40$ cord from circuitcity they know what one and get the 17ft long one plug that into your radio and run the cord back to the amplifier which i still have not had time to look for i just found this out today because i am installing a aftermarket radio myself
If you are asking if it's a direct swap......that all depends on what engine the car was equipped with. If it was originally equipped with the Pontiac 301 then it's a direct bolt in. Any other engine and it will require changing frame mounts. If it was a Chevy engine in it originally then you'll also need to change transmissions.
P1416 is your O2 censors.
P1416 refers to a problem in the exhaust system which is, unfortunately, very difficult to track down. Depending on who you talk to about it, you can do nothing and never have a problem or you can do nothing and it can ultimately lead to a problem with the catalytic converter. Damned if you do and damned if you don't.
there are two screws under the hood that hold the light in, you take those screw out you can pull the light out and put the new one back in there are two screws under the hood by the turn signal that hold the light in,take those screws out then you can pull the light out and put the new one in
On the front left of the block is where the number is located along with a two letter code that tells you what the motor is.
The first problem is that the driveshaft will almost definitely not be the right length. You must have at least 3/4 of the yoke slid on to the output shaft of the transmission. If you don't, you will have severe vibration that will not only ruin the u-joint, but will also cause damage to the tail housing, the yoke bushing, and possibly the output shaft.
The second problem is that the transmission will likely not match up to the crossmember properly. You can overcome this by welding 1/4' steel extension plate to the crossmember to reach the transmission mount location on the transmission as long as it is only a few inches off. If it is more than two or three inches off, you will need to either move your crossmember (which will involve frame channeling or boxing, or you will have to have a custom crossmember built.
Third, and this is the biggest problem, is the kickdown linkage. A powerglide's kickdown mechanism is rod driven, not cable operated. You will need to custom build a rod to match up to the throttle body, not to mention figure out a way to connect the rod to the TBI.
Fourth, you will have no speedometer, no cruise, and a host of other potential problems because the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) will not be present any longer.
The short answer is, yes, you can make anything work, but it will not be a direct swap.
The biggest question is why in the world anyone would do this. The only thing a powerglide is good for anymore is drag racing. But based on the fact that you asked whether it will fit behind a weaser 260 makes me wonder if you are doing it for that reason.
If you are trying to get away from using the 4L60E overdrive, a much better solution will be a 700R4 from an '88 or later 2WD truck. It is a much closer swap and will only require slight changes particularly with the VSS configuration. Everything else is a direct swap.
As far as gear ratios go, the 700R4 has a much better 1st gear ratio than a powerslide. (3.08:1 vs. 2.76:1).
If you are still bent on not using an overdrive, a TH350 would be a good alternative. They're cheap, powerful, and much easier to put in. BTW, you'll need to find one with a 9" tailshaft out of a 69-86 2WD truck or a 69-76 B-Body car. The kickdown is cable operated and I believe you can get adapters to compensate for the VSS problem.
Sounds to me like a lot more work than it's worth. Used 4L60E transmissions can be had for a few hundred bucks at the salvage yard. Probably less than you will spend or modifications to make something else work and certainly less time.
6 quarts with filter change.
drain the box and change the oil is this dosent work try changing out the auto solenoids if they are available cheap otherwse there is not much you can do but bring it to a Honda agent and expect to pay big bucks for the fix.
Your turn Signal Switch is burned out. Call your local parts house and ask them to give you a price on a Turn Signal switch for your car.
It will be a lot less highway friendly for sure. However, the take off will be much quicker.....with a loss of top end speed. You'll probably have to have a custom program installed in the computer to compensate for the gearing so that the speedometer reads correctly.
Once your lights are up there are three Phillips head screws that hold on a black light protecter(black piece around lights). Once that is off there are two torque heads for each light once you take them off. pull out the lights(just pull straight out and put in the new lights easy as that.
i just changed mine on my 02 ws6 trans am hopefully yours have the same setup up good luck!!
350 turbo automatic
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I have a 2001 and it does have a fuel shut off, but only activates when the passlock system is activated. If it seems to happen intermittently, have a new key made. My old keys and lock cylinder were worn out and causing the anti-theft system to engage. If you go through the 10-minute reset procedure (in your manual) it will start. I had a new key made (not cut from an existing key) and the problem has not happened again in over 6 months. Eventually I am told you would need a new ignition cylinder, but this is a cheaper temporary solution.
In short, the only fuel shut-off is the pass-lock fuel pump disabler.Hope that helps.AnswerI have a 2000 Pontiac Grandam with the famous Ass-Lock system installed, had the same problem, very frustrating.Your anti-theft passlock system senses the RESISTANCE value across your ignition cylinder when your key is in it, over time your key will 'wear' the inside of your ignition cylinder and itself thus changing the 'R' ( resistance value ) to the trigger threshold and causing intermittent ' fuel shutoff ' problems due to Passlock. A new Key and ignition coil will fix the problem, OR there is an easy workaround.From inside the car, pull the center panel-shroud off, this is the plastic housing surrounding the stereo and climate controls, it is just clipped on and easily removed, once off you will be able to see and access the wire bundle coming off the rear of your ignition cylinder,you may need to remove some of the black insulating wrap to reveal the wires. You are looking for the only yellow wire, this is the ' R ' ( resistance sensing ) lead for your passlock, with the ignition turned on, cut this wire, the Passlock will assume sensor failure, illuminate the SECURITY light in your dash and bypass the fuel-shut-off portion of the protection system. If you wish you can remote a switch by addig about 5 bux worth of extra wire and a switch between the now cut ends of the yellow 'R' lead and routing the remote switch under the dash, this allows you to re-enable your passlock fuel bypass security system at your leisure.The only disadvantage to this workaround is the constant illumination of the SECURITY light, however your central locking and all other features remain fully functional and hey you won't have to spend another 10 minutes beating your dash waiting on the system to reset. Good Luck !
first who rebuilt your carb? there is not many people that know how to rebuild an q-jet ( assuming you have the original carb) second you might have a vacum leak. with it running spray some carb cleaner around the base and around the hoses that connect to the carb ( make sure you have the shaker hood asembly attachted while doing this so no spray goes in through the top of the carb) what you looking for is a change in idle if the idel changes you have a vacum leak. alot of times people reuse the carb base gasket simply by turning it over and reuseing it. ( do it right the first time ). now if the carb's needles where not let alone to set and dry for at least 24hrs so that epoxy or JB Weld had time to actually fully cure then they could have collapsed or something. well a few things to look for. also does the carb whistle you could have cracked or broken fuel bowls... lot spossibities.. well good luck
yes a turbo 350 would work just perfect with that 400 and a 700r4 will also but if being used mainly for racing it probably want hold together long .rieco.87
the car has 2 flashers one for turn signals located under the dash in a clip to the left of the steering column to replace unplug and pull out. The other is for hazard lights which is located in the convenience center (that is closer to the center of the car). It is replaced in the same manner as the previous one.
Sold mine for 5,500. It needed paint and decals along with carpet and front seat covers. It also needed a head liner. Other than all of that it would have made a nice show car if you have the money to spend.
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