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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I was told it didn't have one but my husband did find it. You have to remove the mud guard located under the radiator and it will be on the drivers side of the radiator.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
HI. there can be many issues here that can cause what you are experiencing at this time. I will list some areas that you should inspect below.
1. Inspect the fresh air intake hose. this hose may be clogged or damaged. replace if needed.
2. Inspect the Fuel pump. This device may have low pressure at this point and, during a correction when in transit, it will cause a surge. this low pressure state can be caused by low voltage or a bad pressure regulator as well. inspect this device thoroughly. replace if needed.
3. Inspect the Intake Manifold Gasket. this gasket may be leaking, worn or, damaged. any issues with this particular gasket will cause surges(erratic Accelerations). replace if damage is shown.
4. Inspect the fuel filter for clog's. if the filter is clogged, it will cause surges as well. replace if needed.
5. Inspect each fuel injector for malfunctioning properties. if the fuel injector(s) are worn or dirty, this will cause many issues with the idle and acceleration as well. test accordingly.
6. Insect all O2 sensors for there operational values. these sensors, if malfunctioning, can cause surging as well. test accordingly for wiring issues and defective sensor housings.(if the O2 sensors are bad, you will have a check engine light on)..
You will find the issue in one or more areas above. inspect thoroughly in each listed area above for faults.
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Posted on May 13, 2009
Check your transmission oil...
Check it for...
1. Correct leve. (follow directions in manual)
2. Right colour should be light red or yellow (not Brown)
3. Smell, should be not unpleasant not burnt or bad.
If you find any of these things, the transmission is slipping, probably the forward clutch. Drain the oil into a clean pan and check it for black flecks of friction material, pieces of rubber, and metal filings.
This inspection will confirm the diagnosis of a failed transmission. If so, the transmission will need a rebuild or an exchange unit fitted..
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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