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The first thing I recommend is check all fuses on the engine compartment in some of the inside of not check the power on on the main power control by the door make sure you get in fire if you're not could you switch might be going bad

Cars & Trucks | Answered 12 hours ago

well if you uphill or downhill and your driveway you going to have to do the push-up or push it down to get the pressure released from the transmission that could be a problem

1996 Dodge... | Answered 12 hours ago

Hello, what is the pre and post pump pressures? Im guessing that you have a high volume high pressure pump being regulated down to a very low pressure perhaps? Without more information about the specific application and pressures it will be hard to go farther but maybe this will point you in the right direction?

Cars & Trucks | Answered 13 hours ago

Depends on what engine is in the truck. There were several choices. 6 cylinder, small block V8 or big block V8

GMC Cars &... | Answered 13 hours ago

i use autosol metal polish,its cheap and really good same as this one

Cars & Trucks | Answered 14 hours ago

if the pump is gear driven you will have corresponding timing marks on the idle gear and the crank gear
the degrees on the flywheel are are fine tuning the pump injection timing
If it is belt driven look for timing marks on the timing housing or block and make sure that all timing marks ( crank, cam ) all line up as well

Cars & Trucks | Answered 14 hours ago

I do not know where the electronic circuit is for the wipers. The problem is that the capacitor is not charging up so that it discharges to make your wipers work intermittently.

Dodge Avenger... | Answered 14 hours ago

Turn the knob for head lights twist if not its the fuse or dash bulbs

Ford Taurus Cars... | Answered 14 hours ago

The Cougar uses the same platform as the Contour so it should be like it is on my Contour. Remove the rear seat bottom and you'll see a cover in the floor. Remove that cover and you'll be able to see the top of the fuel tank. You'll need to remove the lines coming out of the top and use a punch with a hammer to rotate that locking ring. Once you remove the ring you can pull the pump module out of the tank. Be careful not to bend the fuel level float. You'll be able to see how to get to the pump once the module is out. Just take the cover off and put the new pump in the module and re-install.

1999 Mercury... | Answered 15 hours ago

Look at this youtube video and see if it helps you.

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered 15 hours ago

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