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Engine run too rich and stall lost power relays
after starting vehicle, the low fuel indicator light, battery indicator light and brake indicator light on the dash stay on until about 3 miles of travel then go off? the AC will not turn on until indicator lights turn off?
The 4 wheel drive will not engage. It is driven rarely, never had problems before. The indicator light comes on saying it is engaged. The weather has been cold 25 degrees, I parked it inside the garage last night it was warmer in the 40s but it still would not engage this morning.
this happens all the time about the same speed. back off the gas and will upshift but will repeat at 75 weather temp has no effect around town never a problem stop and go overdrive stays in
I have lost 3 distributors in just about a year. I get a code 12 in my snapon scanner but I have no tack signal. code 12 is supose to be OK. I have found oil getting into my distributor, is that normal? I hope someone can answer my questions
Trying to figure out how you answer
An engine diagram would help allot
WONT DISINGAGE CLUTCH FULLY, WONT START IN GEAR WITH PEDAL PUSHED DOWN, NOT LEAKING FLUID, GO DOWN THE ROAD CLUTCH STILL CATCHING A LITTLE BIT JUST ANOUGH TO KEEP U MOVING, STALLS AT STOPS
Its actually an 1989. Theres a fuel pressure relay somewhere. Id like to know the location and troubleshoot.
Need to replace head gasket, timing belt, and several of the exhaust valves, I will get the head and valve portion done by the machine shop, so it is done properly, but need to find out how to properly remove the attachments above the head. Also what is the best way to mark or map it so that all goes back together correctly? Can anyone help gude me?
my positive and negative cables are old and corroded.
automatic transmission works fine and all indicator lites for engaging four wheel drive operate as they should. Has been working fine with no special circumstances that might break it but all of a sudden it no longer engages into four wheel drive. Is it the transfer case or could it have something to do with the hub engagement mechanism?