Take out your glove box and a few trim and it will be in front of you
Disconnect the electrical connection at the blower fan motor, put a new fuse back in and see if the truck starts and runs without blowing the fuse. If so replace the blower fan motor.If the fuse still blows, disconnect the ac clutch wire from the ac compressor and try again.
It Sounds like it has a corrupted moral sensor on the right side.Now that I have been informed that this is a real question, I'll give my opinion: The "SEVERE DUTY" Crown Vics such as yours came with 2 different 4.6 motors. So this may not matter in your case. However, the original motor mounts w...
The most common problem is the wheel bearing or the wiring harness has broken, a visual examination will find the broken wire, but a scan must be done to locate which bearing is at fault.The ABS module does a self check everytime the ignition is turned on. During the self check mode the ABS modul...
You tighten it down until it is snug ( hub will be stiff ) and back it off 1/4 turn. The slots on the castle nut will line up with the hole for the cotter pin. You tighten it down to set the bearings into place, then back it off till it spins freely without play.
Either your Traction Control is turned off or there is a problem with the system.
On the four banger I own I have to use two universal joints on the ratchet for the first plug from the front of the truck to avoid having to take out any other parts. I heavily recommend also using the tool to remove the plug wire boots from the plugs and even then you should replace the wires. g...
Presumably, the V6 is going to be a Dodge engine... if you can give us the model years of each engine, it would be a lot easier to answer your question. Some combinations will bolt right up to the same transmission.. some will require adapter plates.
Electric pump? May have to prime Turn key to "on" position for about 10 seconds Do this twice. Electric pump? May have to prime Turn key to "on" position for about 10 seconds Do this twice.
u have a cylnder low on compresson
To many to try and go thru on this site, but your Dakota should have the routing on a label that is on the under side of the hood. If not, my Chiltons book in the Emissions chapter starting at page 4-20 has routing diagrams for all of the engines.
Standard, 5 X 5.5" or metric, 5 X 139.7
nothing it is normal oil psi. go"s up & down with RPMthe pressure relief valve is probably stuck have it checked or you could blow all the seals
If it is leaking it needs replacing. If you have no heat and the inlet heater hose is hot and the outlet is cool, it is stopped up and may need replacing, if it cannot be flushed out.
A cracked or broken piston will cause a loss of compression, as will cracked or broken rings. The failure of a head gasket will also cause a loss of compression, as will broken, cracked or badly worn valves or valve seats. A crack in the cylinder itself (either the sleeve or the engine block), or...
No. It would affect all cylinders equally, unless you've got a V engine with dual exhausts, two O2 sensors and possibly two separate FI computers,
There is a heat sensor that allows the fan to stay on after the key is off to cool down the underhood temperatures. If the fan stays on as you have said, the sensor is most likely faulty or shorted.
Another thing to know is that most modern vehicles have the fuel pump in the gas tank and the gas is what keeps the fuel pump cooled. When you let the tank go to almost empty the fuel pump is not kept cool and this will cause it to fail prematurely. Always, always fill the tank at 1/4. And get yo...
First,make sure you have the proper amount of oil pressure.If it does not have enough,the lifters will make noise and at the same time you will get bearing damage among other nasty things.If the oil pressure is good then you probably need to replace the lifters.
The relay sound is probably the clue. Try wobbling the headlight stalk, if the flickering stops it could be the switch at fault.
A pretty easy job. There is a T15 screw between the headlamp and parking lamp assemblies. Remove that screw, which will losen the park lamps. Slide it out, making sure to slide off the lamp seal along the radiator side of the lamp, and then remove the harnesses, put it aside. Remove 3 bolts from ...
you probably need to change your fuses you probably need to change your fuses
I am experiencing the exact same issue with my 1995 Chevy G-20 (110,000 miles on the 5.7L V8 & 4 speed transmission). It all started when the van sat for a very long time and one of the tranny cooler lines began leaking. I was stuck driving it a bit more than I should have due to my primary v...
Always keep your wheels pointed in the direction you want to go.Yes, hold the brakes firmly down and steer around the trouble. The anti-lock brakes will prevent a skid except on ice or snow.
The spare tire is under the rear of the truck.
The light is on because there is a problem with the ABS. It will go off after you have the system repaired. Now if you do not wish to repair the ABS then you will still have normal braking but possibly without ABS. You can either remove the ABS light bulb or place a piece of black tape over it. c...
check your idle controle moter. it is probably crudded up or not wotking.
need to check your evap system or you have a blown head
It more than likely needs new bearings. That is why it is out of line, unless the vehicle has been in an accident. Remove the belt, and remove the tensioner idler pulley and repair it.
2wd is 185 ft lbs 4wd is 173 ft lbs
I'm not a mechanic, but have read that the head gaskets sometimes crack and leak oil into the coolant. Maybe a cracked head gasket could leak oil onto the timing chain.I'm adding a bit here to the answer and I am a mechanic. Generally there is a seal on the cam and if that is leaking you need to ...
the best advise that i could give you is to look for a vin number on that engine. go to a local auto parts store and they be able to tell you what year the engine is.
Assuming the front and rear brakes have been bled properly and if the vehicle has rear drum brakes, that the rear brakes are adjusted properly, with engine off and vacuum depleted from the booster, the pedal should drop aprox 1/4 of its total travel distance with firm but not extreme foot pressure.
The fuel pump is located inside the fuel tank. Usually requires removal of fuel tank to gain access.
VW introduced the first on board computer in 1969. Around 1979 the ECU was released by GM. The modern OBD2 ECU became available in 1996.
If this is a manual tranny check the pilot bushing in the flywheel for binding /lack of lubricant. At cold it will shift fine, at hot one cannot shift unless the engine is shut down due to this bushing/bearing binding up.
I had this same problem with my 83 GTI. I found that there was an "in tank" hose that was cracked causing the same problem. You'll have to empty the tanks and tak out the fuel sending unit/pump. You can access it through the trunk. Lift the carpet and the you'll have a an access panel just forwad...
bigger vehicles usually have bigger engines which take more fuel to crank the motors and turn the tires which is why you are gettin worse gas mileage
The distributor is set to zero degrees with the aid of a scan tool. You can not sync it with a timing light.
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It isn't there, Dodge didn't wire the Dakota with one. You will have to wire the brake controller your self.
I'M NOT exactly sure what you're asking but I think I know. Here goes: I think the problem you're having is that you can't get the caliper assembly (that the new pads sit in) back on, over the rotor. This is because as the old brake pads wore down, the piston inside the caliper moved closer to th...
You'll have to take the door trim off and inspect the mechanism. You've probably got a failed cable or linkage.
Do a fuel flow and a fuel pressure test to determine if it is a plugged fuel filter or a faulty fuel pump. Either one will require you to replace the fuel pump module assembly.
You are losing spark or fuel. I would suspect a faulty fuel pump.
165432, #1 is left front cylinder, distributor rotation is clockwise
You have a ground fault. Check the grounds to the dash and the ABS controller.
on my '99 the code came back on the diag. for rear wheel speed sensor (the one in the rear diff)
The light staying on is an indication of low or no brake fluid in the fluid resevoir. We have just had this happen with our Honda Integra, following having work done of the trailing arms, which involved removing the wheels & disconnecting the brake lines. The break lines were not retightened ...
You're supposed to bleed all four brakes or you really arent doing anthing, you could also cause improper and uneven wear on the brake pads them selves
You might need a new bulb.i had the same problem and it wasnt the bulb.. i never figured it out so i ran another switch to the lights and battery... a tuggle switch
Don't laugh: wait. If it was truly "water" it probably wet your distributor and when it dries out it'll start and dry itself further when you drive it, although it may be a little "sputtery" for a little while. If you get it started, DON'T TURN IT OFF til it stops sputtering. This advice based on...
Could be your MAP sensor or Absolute Manifold Pressure sensor same thing usually mounted on or near the firewall and has at least two hoses"vacuum" going into it.
You either ran out of gas or your engine overheated.
In my case, the whole engine needed to be removed.
Could be a bad clutch plate, failing throw-out bearing, or other issues. If soon you press the clutch pedal and nothing happens, one of those mentioned is the most likely reason.
Defective starter drive? Broken tooth on flywheel/converter? My guess would be either the flywheel, or if the starter has been changed recently, maybe there was a starter shim that was not put back in.
they are part of the valve stems on the wheels.
These sensors are located above the oil filter mounting bracket. You will need to drain engine oil. Use 10mm socket with extension to remove the oil filter mounting bracket. Then, use a 10mm socket to remove the bottom CPS, the upper one is more complicated due to AC line is on the way, gently, p...
more than likely to be loose wheel bearings in rotars Dont rule out loose wheel lug nuts
Most likely the headlight relay. The relay switches between high and low beams. As low beams are used more, they are the relay contacts more prone to corrosion
I dont have a diagram but this should help You will need a 4 pin relay (available at any spares shop). The pins are numbered 87- to fog lights 30- to battery positive with fuses inline 86- positive from parklights 85- earth thru switch
There is probably a cable going to a water control valve in one of the heater hoses under the hood.
Check trans fluid level. If the fluid is up but smells burned or is not a nice bright red color, you may have serious transmission problems.
remove the plastic shield and unbolt two scres and the entire lens comes out don't touch the glass of the new bulb
There are two sensors... an "upstream" (before the catalytic converter) and a "downstream" (after the cat). They are as easy to change as a spark plug. Don't pay to have it done if you are capable of changing a spark plug. You'll need a special socket that has a slot in it to accommodate the wire...
It is located in the fuel tank.The fuel filter on a 1999 Dodge Dakota is part of the pump module in the fuel tank.
Front seating area, located on the relay module, which is located on the far right side of instrument panel attached to the backside of instrument panel. To gain access to the relay module, it is necessary to remove the glove box assembly.
You can't. The bearings and the hub are assembled as one and expected to last the life of the vehicle. When the hub/bearings do fail, the assembly is replaced as one unit.
Standard or automatic transmission??? In most vehicle situations the switch unscrews out of the likage side of the transmission.
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i had the same problem with a 1991 ford taurus. the fuel pump is bad. the tank acks like a heat sync and vaporlocks the lines. if yu put a pressure gauge on it i bet u are only running at about 30psi and should be at 40+-. changing the fuel pump should cure this problem.
Connections get corroded and loose, causing resistance which causes the wires to heat up and melt.
auto manufacturers are only required to produce parts for a couple of years after models go out of production, however you can buy after market parts for most vehicles
By wearing your seatbet. If it will not go off even when you have your seat belt on, take it back to the dealer and see if this is covered by your warranty.
the head stud bolts are torqued to 23-25 ft lbs in an "x"ing pattern.the valve clearance is.008" on the intake valvesand.012" on the exhaust valves.