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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Spark plug and wire changing.
hello, I have a 95 TS and I was able to change the rear spark plugs. It was a little difficult, but there is enough room to change it. I suggest changing one at a time, just to be sure you will fit the proper wire with the proper plug.Anyway, the Haynes manual, suggests for 3.4 engine, to take off the "dog bone" (the engine torque struts mounted in front) from the top and than pull as much as possible, with a strap, the engine to the front. I tried this and it worked. You can rotate the engine enough to make room for the hand and the tools.You can try this, but just try first to put something under the engine, for the 3.8 engine.For 3.4 is not necessary, because the engine will stay wit no problem.I hope this will help. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
verify the ground wire is good, black wire, its down on the frame rail, opposite of the air filter housing, if thats OK, it, could be the turn signal switch. but the wires go from the turn signal switch, through the Daytime Running Lights Module, through the fuse panel under the hood, then to the light socket. wire is light blue / white coming out of turn signal switch to DRL module, then its light blue all the way to the socket.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
Testimonial: "Sounds like a place to go to check, the grounding. Thanks"
i would try your local dealers parts department ....you may have to persuade him a little as if you will return to buy parts but they have all the diagrams youll need good luck
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
This item is a self learning part. You will need to put the car in gear and have the emergency brake on. Also have your left foot on the brake pedal for the front brakes. Rev the RPMs up to 1200 & no more and hold it there for 5 minutes. That will set the IAC to the setting needed to idle. It is a computerized controlled item and the feature here presented to you will set the learning code to the computer
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for the info on this problem that I'm having. I will give it a try and then let you know what happens from there. sraven08"
these are drum brakes I assume, start but only taking apart one side and leave the other side to gether if you get lost in the reassembly, do not take the brake adjuster from one side of the car to the other they are different, one is right hand thead one is left, you need a blade screw driver and a pair of pliers some antiseize, springs hold everything together, go slow and you should be fine. Replace worn, cracked, pads, use sandpaper to clean up the drums if they are rusty from sitting, you can get them measured to make sure they are not worn out at you local supply store, if they are good reuse them, a can of brake cleans will clean up all the old brake dust and is much safer then compresed air, don't breath the dust! Lubricate behind the shoes where they contact the backing plate, you will see rub marks, turn the adjusters all the way in upon assembly, place drum on car and turn side to side, they should be free, turn out adjuster until it just starts to drag on the drum, bleed the brakes with a friend and check that drum is still free. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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