a 6ya Mechanic can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repair professionals here in the US. click here to Talk to a Mechanic (only for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
This should be located in the power/fuse box under the hood. The box should be located near the battery. Remove the plastic cover on the box and there should be a diagram showing the positions for the relays.
The ambient air temp sensor is mounted on the top radiator support bracket, at about center position, on the underside of the bracket. It is easy to get to. Below is a diagram looking toward front, sensor is item 1.
OPen the hood then remove the battery connections at the battery, start with the neg terminal then the positive terminal, next is the hold down, look at the front or rear of the battery at the base you will see a small bracket with a bolt, remove the bolt and the bracket, next remove the battery, with battery out use a terminal cleaning brush to clean battery terminals, next is to install the battery and the hold down bracket and bolt and tighten then connect the positive and then negitive terminals and battery is installed, good luck and i hope this is helpful.
I replaced the starter on my daughters 2002 lancer and did it the hard way by crawling under the car to figure out where it was first, and then working underneath to get it out. After performing the procedure I realized there is a much easier way to do it.
- The starter is located on the back side of the engine under the intake manifold towards the drivers side of center. It is very difficult to see from the top with everything still assembled.
Replacing the easy way:
1. Disconnect negative battery cable. 2. Remove the plastic air filter box first. After it is off you can easily see the starter down by the shifter linkage bracket. 3. Remove two bolds holding the shifter linkage bracket so it can be moved out of the way. 4. Remove wiring connectors from back of starter solenoid. One connector is just a slide on, the other main wire is held on by a metric nut. That one may look impossible to get at, but if you configure a 1/4 drive ratchet with the right sized deep well socket you have room to work it through a cut out in large mounting bracket that you will see below. I'm thinking the Japanese engineers put the cut out there for this purpose. 5. Remove two starter mounting bolts and allow the starter to slide down and back so as to rest on the bracket below. 6. Walk around to the passenger side of engine and reach down under intake manifold to pull starter up and out. 7. Reverse procedure to reassemble. 8. Done without ever crawling under the car!
Just follow the lower radiator hose out of the radiator to the thermostat housing.There will also be a heater hose on the housing.You have to remove the dipstick tube and plug the hole so coolant does not get into the oil pan.You also have to raise and support the motor and remove the left engine mount,generator support strut,generator electrical plug,and the transaxle dipstick tube bracket bolt,and the thermostat housing and thermostat.Hope this helps.Good luck.
W/ flathead screwdriver loosen air intake hose clamp (this holds the the air intake tube to the filter box lid), pop open 2 spring clamps on Left and front of air filter box lid. Look for 4 plastic tabs on back of lid, u must push lid approx 1inch away from u to disconnect this tab type hinge, then lift it off. Disconnect air hose from top, remove top (lid, cover or whatever u want to call it!) remove air filter, the remaining housing (bottom of filter box) snaps in place, so u must give it a good tug straight up to remove. Ahhhh, I remember the good old days, when u just took out the battery. Don't feel bad though, recently had a Buick battery problem, it's located under the rear seat. And I wondered why this guy couldn't find the battery? good luck countrycurt0
The relay. There is a black box on the right hand side of the engine at the top corner. It encloses all the relays. Make sure you are looking at the diagram well. Exchange the relays and remove the wiper relays and exchange them with the radiator fan relays. Start the engine, run it for 5 mins and see if they kick-start.