If the radio is factory installed you should find two small holes on the right hand side of the radio with a H and a M under them. Turn the radio on and punch with a ball poi…nt pen in the H for the hour and M for the minutes. Hope this help. If you do not find the H and M listed above you will need to use the instructions in the next paragraph. The radio display must be showing the time, if not, press the SEL button. 1. Press the SET button and "P" will be displayed. 2. Press the SEL button and the hour will be displayed. 3. Rotate the tuning knob to change the hour setting. If you have a tuning button, push the button up or down to change the setting. 4. Press the SEL button again to display minutes. 5. Rotate tuning knob or press tuning button to change the minute setting. 6. Press the SEL button one more time to complete procedure.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00
auto parts at rock auto.com gives diagrams of exaust enter year, car model then go to exaust.
Answer The "brain" (SBEC or Single Board Engine Controller) is located directly behind the battery tray. You have to remove the air cleaner duct to gain access.
Answer There are two horns behind front bumper on each side in between turn signal lights.
Answer Just below alternator.
What causes a 1993 Plymouth Acclaim to run hot after the sensor for the fan and thermostat have been replaced?
Answer . \nYou may have air trapped in the system. Bleed the system. Also clean the external radiator fins. Check to see if water pump is functioning properly. You may nee…d to have the system chemically flushed.
It doesnt matter what oil you use, the oil is whatever the user of the vehicle likes, i like Valvoline myself, its probably the best motor oil out there... don't use Quakerst…ate, ive heard some pretty bad stories of how that will build up gunk, and aventionally, youll have to get that out in order to keep a good running engine... i always use Valvoline 10W 30... but you don't have to, you can use a higher or lighter weight oil if you prefur. ======= I don't know who wrote this response above me, but is it a joke?? First off, all SM rated oils are essentially the same meeting the API specifications set forth for todays modern vehicles, so use whatever trustworthy brand you want. Second off, it was Pennzoil that was said to sludge up engines in the past. Thirdly, 5w-30 is recommended in the 2.2/2.5L engines, 10w-30 for the Mitsubishi 3.0l v6 in the summer, 5w-30 in the summer. You may use synthetic if you so wish. You may use conventional (dino) oil if you like. Just change it when needed and keep it full! And lastly its not "prefur", its prefer. I am assuming the original poster has a 3rd grade education or something! lol. ====== Actually, my father was a high-speed racing instructor and has been an automotive mechanic for around thirty years - and any conventional motor oil will degrade and gunk up engines eventually. If you plan on keeping a car for a long time, it is essential you use a synthetic motor oil. AMSoil is the leading 100% synthetic brand (don't be fooled by the larger brand "synthetic"s that basically throw additives into crude oil), and it is so effective at reducing engine wear that it is recommended to use regular for the first 3-5k miles to "break in" the engine. In fact, if you have been using crude oil for years on an engine and switch to AMSoil, you may suddenly find oil leaks because the crude oil has crusted over damage to the engine that it participated in causing. AMSoil is typically around twice as much as typical crude oils, but you can go nearly twice as far on between oil changes, so it balances out. Well, when you minus the cost of repairs you won't be doing because of the added protection, it far reduces the cost of overall maintenance. If you have any more questions or interest in trying AMSoil out you can e-mail me at ckeller05 (at) wou (dot) edu. We have used AMSoil in every race vehicle and passenger vehicle we have owned, and all my dad's clients have willingly chosen to switch over from conventional, crude oils.
The sensor is between the cab and engine. its in the back of the engine not the front like many other vechiles.
do to drain a 95 Plymouth Acclaiom transmission? do to drain a 95 Plymouth Acclaiom transmission?
You don't. The timing is controlled automatically by the on-board computer, which controls not only timing, but also fuel/air mixture, and most everything to do with the combu…stion of fuel. If the timing is off, it may have to do with one or more of the sensors the computer uses to determine how best to burn the fuel to maximize output while minimizing consumption. If you are unfamiliar with car diagnostics (which if you actually had to look THIS up on the internet, it's probably a sure bet), take the car to a reputable service technician, or randomly cut-off Toyota drivers who may "accidentally" rear-end you. The insurance money should make a nice down-payment. Just kidding, on the cutting-off drivers bit...That's just irresponsible. And rude, yes, rude. Shame on me for suggesting it...
it is on the back of the transaxle of the transmission its an oval piece with a two part wire going into it.
Yes it is on passenger side on back side of the intake manifold
It is not adjustable. It is computer controlled. If idle speed is incorrect you have a vacuum leak or a sensor/solenoid issue. It is not adjustable. It is computer controlled…. If idle speed is incorrect you have a vacuum leak or a sensor/solenoid issue.
In Fuel Filters
Under the car, just in front of the fuel tank.
\n. It is under the housing where the upper radiator hose hooks to the engine.