Question about Cars & Trucks
Ex rebuilt motor and put it all back in but it not firing could you please give me some advise as to what might be wrong and where it located please thanks cyn
Recheck make sure ignition coil pack wiring been connected and check make camshaft sensor been connected.the PCM bulkhead connectors connected.make sure engine ground strap in place. many things will cause vechicle not to crank when you install engine in car.you can forget not put every thing back in place so recheck every thing all sensors and ignition wires going to ignition coil pack.
Posted on Jul 11, 2013
Check crank position sensor
Posted on Jul 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Rule of thumb...unless you get a better answer: look for a couple of wires on a small plate that is in the airflow of the fan on the heater/ac unit. The resistor pack is always air cooled by the fan.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
Cracked head or head gasket will cause antifreeze to get in the combustion chamber and be ignited with the gasonline.
The white smoke when you first start lets you know of this condition. Each cylinder will need a compression check to test for leaks.
Pressure checking the cooling system does not provide you with enough information.
Its possible that your coolant is slowly being burned off in the cylinders possibly caused by a blown head gasket or cracked head,also i would definately check your oil and see if its overfull or milky looking,usually indicates a head gasket problem also.If your intake gaskets are leaking internally your engine could be sucking it in and burning it. With no leaks coming from the vehicle these are about the only things it could be!!
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Posted on Feb 09, 2009
the radiator fan relay does not look like a relay at all. on this car is a solid state relay meaning there are no moving parts. it is a black plastic box with small metal rods sticking out of it in a grid (for cooling). it is located on the metal bumper (not the one you see from front of vehicle, the one behind it) you can get to it by removing the grill or just taking out the top screws and pulling it back.
Posted on May 09, 2009
You are probably low on fluid.
Behind the rear seat is your motor/pump/reservoir combination.
With the top DOWN, fill the reservoir to overflowing with ATF.
Cycle the system a few times and repeat.
Do this till the reservoir will take no more fluid.
Check the lines and cylinders for leaks. The fluid must be going somewhere.
If you replace any lines or cylinders, always do them in pairs.
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Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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