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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try the 10 minute re-learn:
put key in ignition and attempt to start, let off the key and leave in the run position for about 10 minutes or untill the security light goes out, shut key off and wait 5 seconds, attempt to start vehicle normally, it should start.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
The first step is to remove all the parts that are in the way of you being able to remove the valve covers. (Ex.: air intake, loose wires etc.) Then you will need to remove your valve covers (using basic tools) and be very careful to not let anything get on your lifters, which your valve covers protect. Once you have the valve covers off compare the new gaskets to make sure they are the right size. Then remove the old gasket and replace with the new one using a high temp gasket sealant (available at any auto parts store) to attach the gasket to the valve covers. Then tighten down snug and check for leaks after replaced.
Posted on May 06, 2009
You find the AC low pressure at the top of the compressor, orientated toward you , facing the front of the
vehicle. You can also follow the compressor line to reach the port.
The valve is covered a plastic cap covering it.
Near the compressor you find two ports, the high port and low port.
To find out which one is the low port, run the air conditioner for a couple of minutes withthe engine on.
Then turn off the care and touch the lines from compressor to the two ports covered with plastic caps. Only one of the pipes will be cold, the cold line will lead you to the low port.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
Basic AC system consists of Compressor pump (on engine), Condenser (front grill with radiator) and Evaporator (Firewall). Pump has two ports output (high pressure) and return (low pressure). Follow lines from pump. High side is usually between pump and condenser. Follow lines and find second port this will be low side (refill) port. Paint or replace port caps (red high, blue low). Also, refrigerant in system determines port size (R12 or R34).
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
If it's a US car then there is not an egr on the 2.2L engine. I think some of the mexican and oversea's engines had them, but not here in the US.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
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