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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is located on the hub of the car were the front wheel holds on to the car its a lttle black round looking sensor bolted on.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
You can use those quick fill freon systems from auto zone that has the easy to read Gauge on the bottle. There are some that come with an easy connect hose to.
If you have your own gages and bottle you need to get you pressures right in your high and low side. At most ambient temp. that warrant using your A/C pressures should read about 35 on low side and 65 to 70 on high side.
Posted on May 09, 2009
yes. HOWEVER, whe you refill it. make sure that you put in the correct type of oil. refer to your owner manual prior to putting in any old automatice trranny fluid as some tranny's require a sopecial type of oil, put in the wrong one and you fry your transmission. If its a standard, put in the correct weight of gear oil. Not trying to scare you, but i want to make sure that your REFER TO YOUR OWNERS MANUAL for the correct type of oil to put in after you drain it.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
This process takes (2) people to do easily. Once the battery is charged again from a charger or jump start, with the car off, open the hood with all the doors closed and disconnect the positive (RED) side of the battery using a wrench (many are 10mm). If you then touch the battery terminal back to the positive post of the battery you will likely see a small spark. That means something in the car is killing your battery. If not (no small spark) then you have an alternator problem. By taking needle nose pliers and removing and replacing each fuse in the fuse block individually and doing the aforementioned spark test, pulling ONE of those fuses will likely show NO spark when you touch the battery terminal to the battery. Once you have found that, you have found the circuit which is draining your battery. Look in the owners manual to find what that fuse is for. That will GREATLY narrow down your search to whatever is causing your problem.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
Not all radiators have drain plugs. If yours does, it will be all the way on the bottom, on one side or the other (not centered). It will be screwed into the lower back (engine facing side). It will be easy to find if it's there. There are only so many things sticking out of the radiator. If not you'll just need to drain it by pulling the bottom radiator hose. Wait for it to cool all the way down. One of the most painful experiences of my life came from rushing the cool down. 17 years ago and I still have scars from my fingers to my elbow. You are NOT in too much of a hurry to let it cool ALL the way. FAR more dangerous than taking off the radiator cap of an overheated car. Be safe.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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