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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look at the center of the dash, above the radio, where there is a "hump". That is the door to the fuse box. There should be a latch, above the radio/heater controls, under this door... Depress it & it lifts up towards the windscreen.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
On the tailshaft of the transmission there is a speed sensor. Under it is a gear, driven by the output shaft of the transmission. The output dshaft rives the gear, and the gear shaft drives the sensor, which sends a voltage to the speedometer for MPH. If this sensor is bad, you may also get a check engine light on. Remove the sensor, & inspect the gear. If the teeth are OK, replace the speed sensor.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
go to the rear of the van try to locate the fuel lines under it follow them until you get to a large round cylider that should be it
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: "check engine" icon is lit
First verify that battery is fully charged (>11volts), the throttle is closed, the transmission is in neutral, and all accessories like radio/fan/defog/etc. are off. The engine should be warm but not running with key off. Under the driver's seat there is a diagnostic connector box. Flip open the cover and on the inside of the cover you will see a chart of the terminals. Use a small jumper wire (or a paper clip) and connect the TE1 and E1 terminals together. Now turn ignition switch to on with key but do not start. Check engine light will now blink code(s), for example: three blinks followed by a pause and then two blinks is the code 32. Copy down the codes and check back here. The code(s) will repeat in order until you turn key off. Don't forget to remove the jumper wire before driving.
Posted on May 01, 2009
brake load sensor valves are normally mounted on either the diff or the body above the rear axle
they are designed to open or close, depending on how much weight you are carrying, and let more or less oil to the back brakes
Posted on May 05, 2009
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