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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the other guys i right, how ever it is not that simple....
the dog bone is the funny looking metal and rubber mount on the top center of the motor, it attaches to the frame in the front near the hood latch. you have to have the car on a front incline for the motor to tilt, or have some one push the back of the car forward so the engine will tilt forward. you should then beable to slide the bolt out.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
ok here is what you will have to do remove the fuse panel it is down by drivers feet, above it is a push button to release it down.you will also have to remove it from the two hinge pins it hangs from. flip it over so you can see back at the top corner you will find a red and green wire together with a black plug the connection is going to be burned up remove plug cut wire and replace them with new ends and plug back in the red goes towards the windshield.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
These are the locations of the two fuse panels. The one under the dash near the left is released by pulling a handle type release, then the panel swings down to view. Hope this helps you. :) WF Services..
Posted on May 12, 2010
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there should be two lines on the dip stick or sometimes dots.the lower one indicates add oil and the upper one indicates full.anywhere in the middle is good when checked warm.make sure you check the level on a flat level surface and not an incline.you may have to clean off the bottom 3-4" of the stick to see the marks as sometimes the marks get too dirty.
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
Code 122 is for a problem with the throttle position sensor, and code 1504 is a problem with the idle air control valve.
Check these components and make sure they are hooked up and working.
Posted on Aug 13, 2012
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