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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Open hood and look at the left side of engine (your right side looking at it) Its close to the corner, near firerwallon top. Just match the old filter with the new.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
starter relay is in power distribution center near battery. don't know which engine you have, but if you flollow the positive cable on the battery, it will lead you to the starter. Most are not difficult to replace, depends on how much experience you have. One tip...dont overtighten wire connections on starter the solenoid cover is plastic and can break.
Posted on May 07, 2009
The black is a ground connection electrical. Usually they get pulled out by someone messing with dash like radio or something.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Both the turn signal and hazard warning flashers are mounted on the fuse panel.
To remove a relay, simple pull the relay out. When installing a relay, make sure the terminals on the relay line up with the terminals in the fuse panel.
Most of the replaceable fuses for the electrical system are located on the fuse panel under the instrument panel, to the left of the steering column. In addition to the plastic fuses installed in the fuse box, there are 1 or more circuit breakers and a flasher relay.
For access to the fuse panel, remove the fasteners from the lower edge of the cover, then pull the cover downward until the spring clips disengage from the instrument panel. On the base models, the cover simply snaps on and off.
The locations of various fuses are illustrated in the owner's manual, and in some cases, on the cover of the fuse panel (in the pic check inside the circle).
Hope that helps.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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