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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is well buried. You will find the tail end of it just above and rearward of the driver's side motor mount. It is fastene to the trans bell housing. There is probably a trans line support bracket/plate you will need to remove usually mounted to the middle stud. Be sure to disconnect the battery before you start because the cable is connected directly to battery. There also should be a shim plate between the nose mounting and transmission bell housing. That shim can be a pain but it does prevent premature wear to the flywheel ring gear. (it only fits one way) Those starter solonoids are a common failure item. (only gives a click, or sometimes not even that, when trying to crank.) Let me know if this is helpful
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
Your fans (low and high) have number of parts.
1. Temputure sensor
2. Hi and Lo fan relays (PCM)
3. Relay located in the fan assembly itself
If you car over heats either in idle or when you turn the air conditioner you are having an eletrical issue. The fix is easy but can take some time, rewireing and a relay.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 18, 2009
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