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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Firing order 1-4-2-5-3-6 ------- front | 1 2 3 | of | | vehicle | 4 5 6 | ------- Distributor rotates counter clockwise
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
check the connections at the battery, make shure there is no corrosion,also check that the ground wire from the bat to the engine is in good. if you have an ohm meter check the wires themselves,should show no resistance, please rate my fix,check back if you need more help Ray
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
Sorry to hear that your door is stuck closed. The problem is that the plastic clip that holds the unlatch rod into the unlock mechanism broke and the rod fell out. Since the door is closed, you cannot remove the inside panel, so you will have to open the door the way an auto locksmith would (with a slim-Jim tool that slides down the outside of the window into the door from the outside). You can buy one at some better auto parts stores or sometimes even from the larger 99 cent stores. My local 99 cent store has them. I recommend putting a small wedge into the door between the glass and the opening and slide the opener to find the door mechanism at the rear center of the door to unlock it. You are looking (by feel) for the mechanism that the unlock rod was attached to. If you cannot get it yourself, you will have to find someone who has some experience with opening doors this way. I have opened mine many times with a Slim Jim tool, so I am positive that it will work, if you use a lot of patience and bend the opening tool to get to the proper area to activate the unlocker. Try to find the little arm by pushing and pulling inside the door with the tip of the Slim Jim tool. That's it.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
What has happened is the poorly designed clip that holds the pull bar to the handle has snapped causing the bar to fall out. Take the interior panel off of the inside of the door, using 2 pairs of pliers twist the end of the bar around and simply insert it in the hole it fell out of, I have had to do this to all of my doors and, unless you slam the door really hard it will stay put.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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