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1994 ford conversion van

Where is the OBD1?

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Did you check under steering wheel to the right?

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SOURCE: Electronic Control Module Installation 1994 G20 Chevy Van

I just had the same problem. If it is a regular van try under the driver seat in a plastic box. If it is a conversion van try in a pannel just behind driver seat on side of van wall behind a pannel that looks like a vent.

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any of the general motor oil.
usually 10w-30. unless you are using the ven for heavy work, then you need 10w-40,

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Change the coolant sensor. It is located near the thermostat housing. This will allow the timing to be reversed to the correct start timing & advanced when heated up. Good luck.

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57k miles on a '94, nice...
The transmission should be able to handle a 500lb load and a 500lb tow, you really shouldnt hardly even notice the weight unless you going up some steep grades.
as far as what to look at before going on a long trip, diffenetly get a oil change if you havent in 1500'ish miles (or get one on the road when you get closer to the recommended mileage of 3k miles, which you should hit easy enough on a 11 hour drive to your destination) Perhaps plugs and wires if you havent had at least 1 tune up since driving off the lot. all your fluids, bulbs, fuses(bring extra fuses with you), at least 1 spare tire, tire pressure(35-42psi), and anything else that is general maintance that needs to be done also.
Other then that, you should be fine... Just dont forget to check the gas gauge once in awhile, and she shouldnt die on the way :P

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SOURCE: 1993 ford e-150 conversion van heat and a/c

Selection lever does not move to AC vent or floor vent only to the defrost. AC compressor does not kick in when AC is selected.
Vacuum level is at 18 instead of 23.
Any suggestions.

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