Yes we need to know if it's carburated or f.i. it'll help out a bunch, anyways, either way the easiest thing to get you started would be to check the fuel filter make sure it's not clogged up, check your fuel lines as well. if that doesn't, clean the intake jets.
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do you have freon in the system because the low pressure switch will not let the compressor run with out enough freon dont know where the switch is but it should be near the dryer there is also a diode in the harness going to the compressor
You can't see it from the top because the oil pan and drain plug are on the bottom of the engine. You will probably have to jack up the car in order to crawl underneathand reach the drain plug.
You should change the oil when the car is cold, otherwise you'll end up with hot oil spilling onto your hands. You'll also need a pan that holds 2 gal of liquid and place it under the car beneath the drain plug.
Remove the plug, drain the oil, replace the plug. Remove and replace trhe filter. then refill with oil. Do not over fill
Sounds like you need to bleed the air out of the radiator. If you already did that, there next thing might be a faulty coolant temperature sensor on the radiator or a loose connection from the coolant sensor to the radiator fan. The coolant temperature sensor turns on the radiator fan when it reaches a certain temperature.
1. Bleed the air out of the radiator. 2. Make sure the radiator fan is turning on. 3. Check for a faulty coolant sensor.
fuel is not just fuel this days, there are alot of impuritis in it and with time (gets worst in older models) those impuritis bekome more and more with time. so what can happen wen you run out of fuelis that those impuritis went trough the pipes and bloked your injectors, never let your car run out of fuel. but ofcourse its impossible to say way you ae86 doesnt work, i meen its just a idear. hope it helps