I need advise :
i made accident from front side ,i replace the front pumper ,radiator,fan, air intake manifold, automatic gearbox controller .
after i assembled the car ( engine and gearbox were removed out side the car for a year /still in good condition ) i started the engine ,it is runing but now ignation we check the fuel never flow from the fuel pump )
so does any one can advise me how to solve the error .
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could be or the thermostat getting stuck check your cool in fan motor too and sensor it all works in conjunction any if the radiotor is bad you should replace the thermostat .good luck.hugos1915 @live.com.
The t-AT&T is located under the housing that is bolted to the intak manifold on the drivers side he the upper radiator hose is attached to. Remove the radiator hose from the housing. Remove the two bolts holding the housing to the intake manifold (a 10mm socket will work for this). Remove the housing. Remove the t-stat.
Clean the mating surfaces of the t-stat housing and the intake manifold. Install the new thermostat. Install the housing. Reattach the hose to the housing. Top off the coolant in the radiator.
Start the engine and let it idle until the cooling fans come on. Keep an eye on the coolant level in the radiator and top off as necessary. Once the fans come on replace the radiator cap and you should be good to go.
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is the engine fan coming on? , when the heads were removed ,were they pressure tested. u may need to use a carbon block test from the coolant tank. the liquid will turn a different color if exhaust gas is present in the coolant,which would be a internal problem
Drain the cooling system, into a suitable container, to a level below the thermostat housing.
Remove the air cleaner assembly.
Remove thermostat housing-to-intake manifold attaching bolt and nut, then remove the housing.
Fig. Remove the two housing-to-intake manifold bolts and remove the housing
Remove the thermostat.
Clean all gasket surfaces completely.
Insert the thermostat in the intake manifold.
Attach the thermostat housing to the intake manifold.
Install the mounting bolt and nut. Tighten to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm)
Install the air cleaner assembly.
Connect the surge tank line to thermostat housing.
Refill the cooling system.
Connect the negative battery cable, remove the radiator cap, then start the engine. Allow the engine to run with radiator cap removed, until the upper radiator hose becomes hot (thermostat open). With the engine idling, add coolant to the radiator until the level is up to the bottom of the filler neck.
Install the radiator cap, making sure the arrows line up with the overflow tube.
standing in front facing your engine it's located below the intake between the radiator and engine block. you will need to remove battery, battery tray, and coolong fans on radiator, and radiator hose to gain acess.
Label and detach the TPS, IAC and MAP sensor connectors.
Remove vacuum harness assembly and the MAP sensor vacuum hose from intake manifold, then position aside.
Unfasten the cooling fan shroud attaching bolts, then remove the shroud (including the MAP sensor).
Remove the coolant fan-to-upper radiator support bolt, then unfasten the remaining upper radiator support bolt and the upper radiator support.
Detach the connector from the cooling fan. NOTE: Because of the low clearance, be very careful not to damage the TPS lock tang with the fan bracket.
Lift the fan assembly out of the two lower insulators. Rotate the bracket so the two lower bracket legs point upward. Move the fan assembly toward the left (drivers) side until the fan blade overlaps the radiator tank-to-core seam about 1 inch (25mm). Lift the fan assembly from the engine compartment.
Remove the harness retaining clip from the engine mount bracket stud. Unfasten the starter mounting bolts.
Tilt the rear of starter towards the radiator, pull the starter out, then rotate solenoid towards the radiator to gain access to the electrical connections. NOTE: Be careful not to damage the crank sensor mounted directly to the rear of the starter. If it gets damaged, it must be replaced.
Detach the electrical connectors from the solenoid.
Move the starter toward the driver's side of the vehicle, then lift it from the vehicle. To install:
Insert the starter between the throttle body and the air cleaner housing, then move it toward the right (passenger) side.
Attach the solenoid electrical connectors. Make sure to properly position the plastic guard over the stud and nut for the battery cable.
Rotate the starter into the proper position, install any shims that were removed and secure using the mounting bolt. Tighten the bolts to 74 ft. lbs. (100 Nm).
With the fan's bracket two lower legs facing upward, place the fan assembly between the throttle body and the radiator while overlapping the radiator tank-to-core seam with the fan blade by about 1 inch (25mm). Be careful not to damage the lock tang on the TPS.
Rotate the fan bracket, then place the two lower legs into the insulators.
Attach the electrical connector to the cooling fan.
Install the upper radiator support and the coolant fan should, then install the fan-to-upper radiator support mounting bolt.
Connect the MAP vacuum hose and the vacuum harness assembly to the intake manifold.
Attach the TPS, IAC and MAP sensor connectors.
Install the air cleaner to throttle body duct.
Connect the negative battery cable, then check for proper starter operation.
Ha, you tried to fool me with the bit about a 3.5 L motor--I could find that one...here is the complete procedure from AutoZone.com:
Clean the gasket mounting surfaces. Be sure to inspect the manifold for warpage and/or cracks. If necessary, replace it.
Position the gaskets on the cylinder head with the port blocking plates to the rear and the This Side Up stamps facing upward. Then apply a 3 / 16 in. (5mm) bead of RTV sealant on the front and rear of the engine block at the block-to-manifold mating surface. Extend the bead 1 / 2 in. (13mm) up each cylinder head to seal and retain the gaskets.
Install the lower intake manifold. Tighten the bolts in sequence and in 3 steps, as follows:
Step 1: 26 inch lbs. (3 Nm).
Step 2: 106 inch lbs. (12 Nm).
Step 3: 133 inch. lbs. (15 Nm).
Install or connect the following:
Power steering pumpAlternator bracket bolt near the thermostat housingWiring harness to the lower manifold components, including the injector, EGR valve and ECT sensorAir conditioning compressor bracket-to-the lower intake manifold pencil braces
Install transmission oil dipstick tube, if necessary.
Fuel supply and return lines to the rear of the lower intake
Temporarily reattach the negative battery cable, then pressurize the fuel system (by cycling the ignition without starting the engine) and check for leaks.
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Install or connect the following:
Heater hose to the lower intakeUpper radiator hose to the thermostat housingDistributor assembly and engage the wiringIgnition coilConnect vacuum hoses to the upper and lower intake manifold.New upper intake manifold gasket, making sure the green sealing lines are facing upwardUpper intake manifoldManifold retainers. Tighten them to 88 inch lbs. (10 Nm) using two passes.Purge solenoid and bracketBrake booster vacuum hose at the upper intake manifoldPCV hose to the rear of the upper intake manifoldVacuum hoses to both the front and rear of the manifold assemblyThrottle bodyThrottle linkage to the upper intakeWiring to the upper intake components including the TP sensor, IAC motor, MAP sensor and the fuel meterEngine coverAir intake assembly
It can cause it to overheat if it is leaking coolant into the engine or outside of the engine. Replace your thermostat and check your oil for water and your antifreeze for oil. This will confirm if your head gasket or intake manifold gasket is leaking. Check you water pump for leaks and and make sure your coolant reservoir and radiator are full with antifreeze. Another possibility is your catalytic converter is plugged up
check the coolant fan switch. on 4 cyl. engines it 's mounted on the driver side of cylinder head. on 6 cyl. engines it's mounted on the intake manifold, just above the water pump.there will be 3 sensors,it will be the one on the left. good luck