I am not sure which one goes where - 2 cables and 2 pockets - which is which? I cleaned and oiled everything there and now my bike chockes, it seem to be eithe too rich or too lean. not sure, can you help?
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The air filter cover is the big plastic square box conected to a huge hose that goes to the intake. To remove the cover, snap out the steel clips with your fingrs or a screwdriver ( I think they are just 2 in the Caravan), and loose (but keep it on) the clamp around the big hose I mentioned. It might take some jerking because it gets stuck sometimes. There's an air flow sensor conected to the hose itself, so, if it's in the way or you risk breaking it, just unplug it. All the Dodge electrical connectors have a red safety pin that you need to slide first. Once you remove the filter cover, take the filter out and clean everything (like leaves) off the filter casing. Install the new filter (it goes just in one position), and reinstall the cover, hose and connector. Snap the clips back and don't forget to tighten the clamp. Make sure you don't force the cover to close if it does not look right, some cars use two slots that need to be put back first, and then the clips.
Not hard at all. But are you sure you want to change the whole cable? You can change just the termanal end if you wish. There should be two bolts holding it on. If it is a manufactured cable that is solid and no bolts then you can cut the end off and buy the bolt type I speak of for about 1.49 each at Shucks. Or if you just want to clean the end up and re=use it get a pocket knife and scrape out the inside and where the bolts connect it take them off and clean the copper on the cable by twisting it back and forth and then scraping the copper clean with the knife. Scrape the posts as well to make everything nice and shiny. But if you still want to change the whole cable then remoce the termanal end and follw the cable back down to the end. One bolt should be holding the other end to the chassis or a grounded area. Just remove the bolt and put the new cable in its place.
Let me know how it goes and wear glasses when you clean it to prevent any lead chips getting in your eyes. Wash your hands well afterwads right away with warm soapy water. I hope i earned a thumbs up please, Razzy
disconnect to battery ground cable and lift the front and jack it on stands and make sure it is safe. go under front side locate the starter it is next to oil filter. discoonect cables and make sure to remember which one goes where. there is a two mounting bolts lose them out and pull out the starter.
You might want to try this if its got a kick down cable unhook it from throutle body and pull it out as far as you can and let it snap back, do this a few of times, sometimes a valve gets hung up inside valve body of trans. and won't let it shift. If that don't help you may have to pull pan to dislodge it if thats the problem. chk. the plug on trans. (Its a 4 wire white plug) with test light with key on to see if there is power down there one will be hot, thats for overdrive, now on top of intake in front throutle body there is a sending unit that looks like a temp. sending unit with a 2 wire plug on it that sends a signial down to that plug when engine gets to temp. to let it shift to overdrive. Maybe this will help, or give you some ideas.
you need to clean your battery conections, there is likely a lot of corrosion in the positive cable. Put on your rubber gloves and eye protection take out a tooth brush or small wire brush, baking soda, water a small disposable container (butter cup) and an 8 mm or 5/16 inch wrench. disconect the neg battery cable inspect it, remove the "BOLT" it is fitted into the rubber tight but if you push and stretch it it will come out, clean it with the a baking soda and water mix. about 3 table spoons of baking soda to a cup of water, it should be a little thick, but not as thick as toothpaste. scrub till it shines adn rinse with water. do the same for the positive cable, seperate the two cables and clean all surfaces. to reassemble, conect positive side first and neg side last. whala starts every time.