Question about 1986 Dodge Colt Vista Wagon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it's likely located in the fuse panel in the engine compartment near the battery. not exactly sure which relay it is... if you are lucky it's marked on the inside bottom of the cover that you have to remove to get to the relays.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: 86 Dodge ram D - 50 - Fuel Pump
A carburetor type engine has the pump on the engine near the front on the side--trace the fuel line down. Fuel injected engines have the pump located in the fuel tank.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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possible dry rotted vacuum lines check for visible signs of this as well as check the air cleaner .....possible gas leak or needs new fuel filter
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
It sounds as if the seals have cracked or broken. Depending on how long it sat, and the service history, it may be very hard to do anything but have it inspected for pressure to determine that, at a transmission shop.
I would suggest seeing if you can get a free estimate, hopefully, a low cost tow.
You may start looking for an imported Japanese transmission to replace it, usually those come with a warranty and are much less expensive even with shipping, than having one rebuilt.
Of course, then there's the longevity issue, newly rebuilt should last years and provide a good return on the investment if the rest of the car is worth that much of an investment.
I will warn you, the newer fuel systems are designed to handle the fuel that will soon be used across the country. I don't know how long, but before long the older cars will have to be retrofitted with new fuel pumps, lines, hoses, and other fuel related parts due to the increased ethanol/methanol and additives. I just sold my 94 Stealth and that was definitely a consideration for me as it's expensive to change those items out for new ones made with newly designed seals.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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