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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have a wheel puller(steering wheel) then the rest is easy. If you don't it's best to grab a repair manual because there are certain little tricks that should be known before attemting to do this.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
There is an electronic module that amplify signal from knock sensor. Commonly is flat and located in motor compartement left side (seein from the front of the car) or in the same side back at the corner near gas and A/C reles. Unplug and try. If it sollve the problem, replace knoc sensor
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Hopefully the tank is near empty... and work on it outside. But are you sure its the pump and not the fuel relay that is bad?
For the fuel pump first disconnect the battery, raise the rear end and support the tank.
Disconnect the two fuel lines above the rear axle, the electrical connection, and tank straps. Lower the tank and slide it out. The pump and sending unit are in the tank, you have to unloosen the slip ring and then lift it out, keep dirt/rust from falling in. After you switch out old pump with the new, reverse the procedure to install.
Posted on May 03, 2010
The signal path is that coolant sensor tells ECU that the engine is 'hot'. Voltage at the relay for the fans switches on main voltage via a fuse to the fans. Check the fans first; run a wire from the live battery terminal to the fans' positive connection. If the fans do not operate check the negative wires from the fans for continuity and quality of connections. If fans do run then check the fuse and the fan relay. The fan relay might be interchangeable with one of the other relays (main lights?) so temporarily swap it over and see if that has any effect.
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
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