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Posted on Mar 07, 2010
Sounds like you may have problems with the ignition switch. The starter is turning over? But the motor doesn't fire, until you turn the key off?
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
What kind of fuel sensor are you referring to?
If you mean the fuel tank level, it is usually in the top center of the gas tank.
There is usually an air sensor that tells the fuel injection processor how much fuel it should squirt, based on time, but it does not sense how much gas actually got squirted.
The oxygen sensor is sort of like a fuel sensor, in that if there is too much fuel, the oxygen sensor will read too low, and the system will reduce the fuel squirt volume. And the oxygen sensor is usually in the bottom of the exhaust manifold or the top of the exhaust pipe.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
SOURCE: need to find out my engine size
There are two ways to identify the engine you have. First way is to locate the white emission ID label located under the hood. This label is white with black print, about 2" x 4" and will say something like "this vehicle conforms to such and such for model year 1987...." and somewhere on it it will also have the engine size in liters such as 4.3, 5.0, 5.7, or 6.2 Most of these vans came with the 5.7L [350 cubic inch] engine. This label usually is on top of the radiator shroud, bottom side of the hood, or one one of the supports [it varies] but should be fairly easy to find unless it's been removed or lost somehow. The second way to determine which engine you have it to find the 8th digit of the 17 digit VIN number. The letter Z means you have a 4.3L, H is a 5.0L, K and M are 5.7L engines, and J is the 6.2L diesel. Hope this helps out!
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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