remove transmission .do research find out what all tools needed.and type of fluid. make sure to have car stable and safe while under.might have to remove more than just the trans depends on car.make sure to place throw out bearing correctly seated in place are you would have done it all for nothing. cheak and make sure you have fluid in the container .break fluid will work just might be out of fluid.youtube has alot of vids
You will need to use something like a 12volt test lamp to touch the terminal in the centre of the barrel. Carefully. Dont want to cause a short. Use tape protect test light probe.
If you own a car then a 12v test lamp is a handy tool or a cheap MultiMeter
cars are all electrical these days,
buy a cheap code reader off of eBay ( item no. 361240488837 )
plug it into your diognaustic plug and it will give you a problem code so you know what's wrong with the car,
a booklet comes with the code reader with the codes in it, sometimes it will throw up a code which isn't in the booklet so then you have to google the code, hope this helps :)
Power comes from the ignition relay via the key switch.
The relay also powers several other circuits. The key switch activates the relay so that those circuits are not powered directly from the key switch.
At some time since last clear the ignition was switched on without any key code being read.
Intake Air Temperature Sensor 1 Circuit High Bank 1
Fuel Composition Sensor Circuit High
In the back of the trunk of these cars are a box on the left hand side looking in the truck under the cosmetics of the floor, lift all that up and you will see a small box that you can reset, that goes out and you can not start the car, that goes to your fuel pump. Try, hope that is all that it is, because the codes do not reflect the starting problems you are having. Good Luck!
It cost me around $220 for parts from AutoZone (AC Compressor, Accumulator, Orifice Tube, and Refrigerant Oil). I had to have it professionally evacuated and charged by Firestone and that cost me $80. I didn't flush the system because my compressor didn't blow up and throw chunks out. I made a video on how I did it. So far it's working great!
I had problem with overheating on motorway when I drove over 60 mph i changed thermostat,radiator,thermostat housing, nothing helps.Then i find out that the problem was AIR IN THE COOLING SYSTEM try to squeeze all rubber pipes especially where is coming coolant to radiator.