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What does it look like and how many pins does it carry?
You can get the check engine light codes yourself on 1985-94 Isuzu vehicles by using a jumper wire between terminal pins 1 and 3 or A and B in the diagnostic connector. This diagnostic connector can be located anywhere from the driver side kick panel, passenger kick panel and sometimes at the center console. When using A and B terminal pins, getting the codes is similar to GM vehicles. Once the jumper wire is connected, turn your key on and read the codes being flashed in the dash panel.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The low pressure side is the line that gets cold when the ac is running. It usually will have an inline dryer canister attached to it. Kind of about the size of a 16 ounce beer can. Close by you should see the port connection to add more freon or r-134 whichever your system uses.
Posted on May 22, 2009
SOURCE: where is my oil pump
The oil pump is in the oil pan. the lifters will continue to tick until they are properly oiled. Be careful not to use to thick of oil as this will only make the pump work harder and could further damage your engine.
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
SOURCE: need to locate auto trans
I'm pretty sure that year does not have a dipstick or dipstick tube. Instead there will be two drain plugs on the transmission pan. One is the drain plug and the one more to the rear and to the side (i'm going off memory here so I might be wrong) if the fill plug. The engine will need to be running when you remove the fill plug. I will warn you that it is common for the nut for the fill plug to break loose inside of the drain pain making it impossible to remove. The fix for this is to replace the pan. If you get the plug out you will need to use a pump to add fluid to the trans until fluid starts to come out of the fill hole. When the fluid is done draining back out the trans fluid is full and the level plug can be reinstalled. Have a drain pan under the trans before you start removing the fill plug to catch any fluid that may come out or any fluid that comes out after you fill the trans. If you have any questions i'll be happy to answer them.
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
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