Connector then heavily wrapped in friction and electrical tape. Don't worry, once you get to the site they'll make sure it fits by asking you the specifics of your particular vehicle. Both oxygen sensors were disconnected electrically. I slap the cover to make sure the cover was on, then the van immediately died. That is why we are showing this content right now.
I also removed the output shaft speed sensor located on the transmission next to the vehicle speed sensor. In our Commando Installer Database and Receive Installation Leads For Free! Number one tower on the distributor cap is the one facing the number one plug or the driver-side headlight. I will burn all the gas with the Lucas cleaner and dilute the rest without melting my catalytic converter. A vibration would decrease and increase the spade conduction area. I will not install new oxygen sensors until the fuel system is clear of the Lucas fluid. Wires near battery are being wrapped now.
Later I turned the engine off. Please rate the quality of your answer you receive. Will be buying a new coil. Relays click and fuel pump spins while in run mode. The transmission failed whithin 1000 miles. Main engine harness in just to the lower right of center of the picture. The following links will help you comparison shop for the crank sensor: Will the above crank sensor fit your particular Dodge Ram pickup? Pass side 2-4-6-8 front to rear.
Please click next button to view more images. Whe … n you re-connect the battery the light should be off. I tried starting the van. I did some more research on the internet. Tried resetting and replaced plugs wires cap and roter.
Last year van's muffler van was replaced due to corrosion and crack. He is now out of business. Vehicle had trouble starting and would attempt to start when the gas pedal was depressed. The clicking noise came back, but eventually the van restarted. Clicking stops, and fuel pump turns on for a few seconds. Feb 13, 2010 Hello onebajan: Mt name is Roger and I will help you.
Drove around on smooth road and dirt road. My guess is when a bump is hit the copper hole would decrease the conduction area to the bus and the van would lose power. After a few more minutes, van is able to idle. Had some coffee and later drove out of the parking lot and vehicle dies on smooth road. Transmission solenoid assembly connector carefully removed.
I noticed the plastic connector had completely worn through on rear top of the automatic transmission. The spark plug wires run from the coil pack to the spark plug on the engine. Gas pedal is pumped and van roars to life. Install the distributor so that the 1 wire is to the front of the distributor, with the vacuum advance situated towards the left driver's side. Crankshaft position sensor visible between engine block and automatice transmission just to right of center of picture. For all Dodge V6 truck engines, the firing order is 1-6-5-4-3-2.
Oxygen sensors resistances around 5. I shut the vehicle down and proceeded to wrap the wires near the rear of the automatic transmission. The transmission failed around 2003. If you're testing for a short to ground, a short to power, or an open in this circuit. You should also see this on the coil tower.
Maybe a bad fuel injector is leaking gas, bad oxygen sensors, or old spark plugs. Please leave a comment here. Rear oxygen sensor disconnected is also visible. The broken wires were clean and wires soldered to their appropriate connection. The wires near fuel injector 7 were shaken. Wires wrapped near oxygen sensors. Check engine light flashes on and off including all the relays clicking.
The firing order is probably forged into the intake manifold. The Lucas oil was diluted but never drained from the gas tank. The engine started, before I installed the coil, but I slightly pulled on the engine harness wires next to fuel injector 7 and the vehicle died. In center of picture is vehicle speed sensor. Distributor rotor at Number 1 plug terminal points to front intake bolt on left side of engine. The local Cottman Transmission person did the job.