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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are sometime two fuse box,one main box on the right side of engine,its a relay fuse
box with a square black cover,to open just lift it back and easily to open,on cover back side there is the location where the circuit was fusable,e.g light cigarette,fuel pump..etc.other on is on the left side of dash board beside steering rod,a small panel just lift it up and pull out cover , at the bottom of corner there are the location also of the fusable circuit.hope you can find it out,regards and have a nice day don't forget to rate me.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Save your money and don't attach the module, it does not work. It only works during idle and after that the O2 and MAP sensors take over to control the air fuel ratio and timing. Take note that if there is a conflict with the program to your ecm's parameters, your engine will run under limp mode default which would result in less HP and performance. Good luck and if you need ore performance just spend the extra to have your car Dyno Turned.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Could be the belt or tensioner(if so equipped) was too tight and then it may have warped the pulley or ruined the alternator. The belt smoking could definately be overtensioned or the bearings are shot in the alternator and creating the friction in your belt. Check the tension specs for most vehicles is usually between 1-1/2 to 2 inches of play. Thats how far your belt can be moved up and down by hand after tensioned. Too tight and you risk burning up bearings in other places or too loose and you hear squeeking and the vehicle may not charge properly or even overheat from water pump not turning well enough.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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