Question about 1993 Isuzu Amigo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Adding freon to 98 Isuzu Amigo
You need to add the freon on the low side which is usually indicated by a blue cap. The red cap is the high side port. Never add freon using the high side port. Typically if you are buying a guage set from your local auto parts store, it will only attach to the low side service port because they are diffent types of connections. Another easy way to tell is to turn your AC on and feel the lines that the ports are attached to. The low side should be cold/cool and the high side will be hot.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
The actual relay is in a box called "alarm" which is mounted behind the glove box under a vent. The alarm part is a chip that dings when you leave the keys in the ignition. The box has other relays including one for the horn.
The circuit board and box are a couple of hundred dollars from the dealer, or you can solder in a new relay for the wipers.
Posted on Sep 08, 2012
if you have lifted the front suspension by 3 inches then that is 3 inches less travel for the shocky piston to move when the suspension goes down. You have probably damaged the piston and shaft of the shocky. Replace with longer travel shockys.
Posted on Jun 01, 2013
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