Question about 1994 Eagle Vision
How do you change a fuel injector?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Te 1st thing to do is replace the oil pressure guage sending unit, most times that is the problem, if press remains low use a mechanical test guage to verify what the oil pressure is, hook this tester up at the port the sending unit is screwed into.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
you need to know wether the car is not getting spark or fuel into engine or neither. then you can figure out what to check. if its no spark check coil packs and power transistor. if its fuel check computer
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
SOURCE: changing fuel pump
i believe if you check there is an access panel in the trunkright behind the seat. a band clamp holds the pump in. be careful and release the fuel pressure before removing the lines
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
The piston doesn't screw in, that is usually for vehicles with rear disc brakes that incorporate the park brake in the caliper. The correct way for yours is to open the bleed screw and compress the piston. The most common (shade tree) way is to simply use a screwdriver and pry against the rotor pushing the piston back. Some pistons are ceramic so be careful not to crack it. If you pry between the old pad and rotor you should be ok.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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