Try www.mapquest.com it will give you the route and estimated time
The manifold absolute pressure (MAPO) sensor monitors the air pressure as an important input to the vehicle's EFI system. On this application the MAP is bolted to the intake manifold, from where it gets its pressure readings.
Use a CV joint pulling tool connected to a slide hammer. Don't repeatedly hit the CV joint with anything else, as you may cause damage to the bearings or the cage. If that happens, you'll be replacing the entire joint very soon.
Could be a vacuum leak Could be a bad spark plug or wire Could be a bad valve (do a compression test) Coild be a bad coil if equipped with COP (Coil on Plug)
If a vehicle, manual or automatic, does not shift into a certain gear, there may be a problem with that gear. Gears get worn and need replacing in a vehicle's lifetime.
The bottom of the canister is vented to the atmosphere.
The heater blower is the same one that runs the defrost, so if you have heat but no defrost you need to check the air mix door on the heater.It is either operated by cable or by vacuum.If it is cable operated the one that operates the mix door is either disconnected or broken, either way you will...
i believe the relay is on the drivers side behind the headlightby the inside of the fender in front of the fuse box there should be a bunch of wires there. at least that's where mine was on my 95 aspire. you can turn your headlights on and pull the fuse for your headlights and puit it back in and...