Question about 1995 Dodge Intrepid
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Calipers on the Rotor that Hold the Brake Pads have Bolts on the Back Side at the Top and Bottom for Mounting. Just feel around back there and you will find them. Remove these and the Caliper will come right Off. Let me Know if you need more Help! Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
cam sensor is on the driver side, front of the motor, just below the valve covers in easy veiw, just outboard of the water temp sensor and they both share the same wiring harness. The cam sensor is on the passenger side, actually on the transmission bell housing. It takes the signal from the flywheel next to the ring gear, about an inch from the engine on the transmission bellhousing. Accesible from the top and easier if you remove the air filter duct. Or jack up the front passenger side and easier if you come in from the front and its behind the axel, behind the motor, go up the bell housing, just below crank shaft level. Go with this first , it tells the comp when to send fuel. If you're getting spark with a 1381 code and you're choosing between CAM & CRANK, start with this, this is the culprit. Consider getting it from the dealer. Good luck. This is Waverunner70, Hope I could help.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
Naturally you need to remove the tire then the brake caliper. After the brake caliper is removed then you need to remove the 34mm axle nut that is inside the hub. After that is removed then you can remove the hub. Becareful not to damage the hub seal on the back or you will have to buy a new hub (100 or more). Then you need to remove the strut knuckle assembly. Once the knuckle assembly is removed then you can pull the CV axle. Take care the inner CV housing is held in place by an inner snap ring. You will probably have to pry off the inner housing. Once the axle is off then install the new axle (if you buy complete axle). Make sure if you are doing both that you take care which side you are installing. I made that mistake and double the work. Slide the new axle on the spline and make sure it is seated completely. Then put back together the reverse of removal.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
there are seals behind the timing cover.when they leak oil drips down and out.my 93 base model leaks oil and coolant from this same place.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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