1 ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe 1995 BRAKES General Motors Corp. - Anti-Lock - 4WAL Chevrolet: Pickup, Tahoe GMC: Sierra, Suburban, Yukon MODEL IDENTIFICATION Vehicle model can be identified by fifth character of Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), stamped on metal pad on top of left end of instrument panel, near windshield. See MODEL IDENTIFICATION table. MODEL IDENTIFICATION TABLE Series (1) Model "C"... 2WD "K"... 4WD (1) - Vehicle series is fifth character of VIN. DESCRIPTION The Kelsey-Hayes 4-Wheel Anti-Lock (4WAL) brake system is used to prevent wheel lock-up during heavy braking. This allows driver to maintain steering control while stopping vehicle in shortest distance possible. The system consists of Electro-Hydraulic Control Unit (EHCU), Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS), VSS buffer, wheel sensors, warning lights, electrical wiring and hydraulic lines. See Fig. 1. The EHCU consists of the BPMV, Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM), and combination valve. The BPMV consists of internal control cartridges, electric motor and pumps. Components of the EHCU are individually replaceable. Fig. 1: 4WAL Brake System Component Locations OPERATION
2 When ignition is turned on, BPMV performs a self-check of the 4WAL electrical system. The Yellow ANTI-LOCK and Red BRAKE warning lights will come on for 2 seconds. ANTI-LOCK light should turn off if no electrical 4WAL faults are detected by BPMV. The Red BRAKE light may come on or stay on if parking brake is applied or a mechanical brake problem is detected. Once vehicle speed has exceeded 8 MPH and driver has fully released the brake pedal, BPMV performs a self-check on electrohydraulic portion of the system. This includes pump, control valves and reset switches. If BPMV detects a problem during this self-check or initial self-test, an indicator light will come on and 4WAL system will be disabled. A related trouble code will be stored. When the brake pedal is depressed, voltage to the BPMV drops from 12 volts to one volt. At this point, BPMV monitors wheel speed through an AC signal generated by speed sensors located at each wheel. If the deceleration rate of wheel speed reaches a preprogrammed rate, BPMV will activate various control valves to prevent wheel lock-up by increasing or decreasing hydraulic pressure to each channel: left front, right front or rear wheels. On 4WD models, a front-axle mounted switch is used to inform BPMV when vehicle is in 2WD or 4WD mode. Switch is open during 2WD operation, thus sending a one volt or less signal. During 4WD operation, switch closes, sending a 12-volt signal to BPMV. This signal causes BPMV to modify the anti-lock braking program for 4WD operation. Speed sensor signal is sent through a Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) buffer located behind glove box. If axle ratio or tire size is changed, VSS buffer must be replaced to match axle ratio or tire size as necessary. NOTE: On some vehicles, VSS buffer is actually a part of the Digital Ratio Adapter Controller (DRAC) although the 2 terms may be used interchangeably. BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM BRAKE PRESSURE MODULATOR VALVE (BPMV) NOTE: It is not necessary to bleed BPMV during normal brake system bleeding. If BPMV is replaced or is suspected to have air in it, BPMV must be bled. Expect to use 2-3 quarts of fluid to thoroughly bleed system. Bleeding BPMV requires Tech 1 and appropriate cartridge. Manual Bleeding 1) Raise and support vehicle. Remove bleeder valve cap from right rear wheel. Place proper size box end wrench over bleeder valve. Attach one end of clear tube over valve and submerge other end in container partially filled with clean brake fluid. 2) Loosen bleeder valve 1/2-1 turn. Have an assistant depress brake pedal slowly and hold. Tighten bleeder valve and slowly release brake pedal. Wait 15 seconds. Repeat sequence, including 15 second wait, until one pint of fluid has been bled from wheel. 3) Remove tube and wrench. Repeat step 2) at left rear, right front, and left front wheels in this order. Clean brake fluid should be present at each wheel bleed screw. Check master cylinder fluid level every 4-6 strokes of brake pedal to avoid ingesting air into system. 4) Connect Tech 1 scan tester with RWAL/4WAL cartridge or Mass Storage Cartridge to Data Link Connector (DLC). Using Tech 1, perform 4 functional tests while firmly applying brake pedal.
3 5) Fill master cylinder reservoir, and install cover. Ensure there is no sponginess in brake pedal and that BRAKE warning light is off. Rebleed wheel cylinders/calipers to remove the remaining air in brake system. Evaluate brake pedal feel and braking performance. Repeat bleeding procedure if necessary. Pressure Bleeding 1) Retain hold-off valve stem of metering portion of combination valve (if equipped) using Valve Retainer (J-39177). Remove both combination valve dust caps and install valve retainer on end of combination valve with brass center pin. 2) Clean master cylinder cap and surrounding area. Remove cap. With pressure tank at least 2/3 full, connect pressure bleeder to master cylinder with adapters. Attach bleeder hose to right rear bleeder valve. 3) Place other end of hose in glass jar partially filled with brake fluid so end of hose is submerged in fluid. Open release valve on pressure bleeder. Set pressure bleeder to psi ( kg/cm ) or pressure specified by equipment manufacturer. 4) Open bleeder screw 3/4-1 turn and note fluid flow. Close bleeder screw when one pint of fluid has been bled. Repeat procedure on left rear, right front, and left front wheels in this order. Remove combination valve retainer. 5) Connect Tech 1 scan tester with RWAL/4WAL cartridge or Mass Storage Cartridge to Data Link Connector (DLC). Using Tech 1, perform 4 functional tests while firmly applying brake pedal. 6) Repeat steps 1) - 4). Evaluate brake pedal feel and braking performance. Repeat bleeding procedure if necessary. Remove pressure bleeder. Refill master cylinder reservoir, if necessary. ADJUSTMENTS VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR (VSS) BUFFER NOTE: Information for VSS buffer part number applicable to axle ratio and tire size combinations is not available from manufacturer. On some vehicles, VSS buffer is actually a part of the Digital Ratio Adapter Controller (DRAC), although the 2 terms may be used interchangeably. If axle ratio or tire size is changed, it is necessary to replace VSS buffer to ensure proper operation or 4WAL brakes, cruise control, speedometer and engine Electronic Control Module (ECM) or Powertrain Control Module (PCM). Failure to replace VSS buffer as required may affect driveability of vehicle and 4WAL brake operation. DIAGNOSIS & TESTING DESCRIPTION NOTE: Use of Tech 1 scan tester is recommended but not required. The Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV) contains a selfdiagnostic capability to detect system failures. When a fault code is set, the BPMV may disable 4WAL system and illuminate ANTI-LOCK light for duration of ignition cycle. Fault codes stored by BPMV can be displayed using Tech 1 with appropriate cartridge. Before diagnosing 4WAL system, perform a comprehensive visual inspection of system by checking wiring harness connectors for looseness and harness routing (pay particular attention to wheel speed sensor wiring harness routing), applicable fuses in fuse block and
4 ground connections. Ensure brake fluid level in master cylinder reservoir is full. Start 4WAL system diagnosis with appropriate FUNCTIONAL TEST under TROUBLE SHOOTING CHARTS. If failures are found during FUNCTIONAL TEST, you will be directed to enter diagnostics to retrieve codes or perform symptom diagnosis. FUNCTIONAL TEST may indicate 4WAL system is functioning properly. RETRIEVING CODES NOTE: Perform procedures for appropriate FUNCTIONAL TEST under TROUBLE SHOOTING CHARTS. 1) If using Tech 1 for retrieving codes, go to step 3). If using ANTI-LOCK light for retrieving codes, turn ignition on. Using a jumper wire, connect terminal "H" to terminal "A" in Data Link Connector (DLC). See Fig. 2. System will repeat trouble code(s) as long as DLC terminals are connected. NOTE: The DLC may also be referred to as the Assembly Line Data Link (ALDL) connector. These 2 terms may be used interchangeably. 2) Trouble codes will be displayed by a flashing ANTI-LOCK warning light. As an example, Code 25 would be displayed by ANTI-LOCK warning light flashing 2 times, followed by a pause, then flashing 5 more times. See 4WAL FAULT CODES table for diagnosis. If no fault codes are present, see 4WAL SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS table. 3) Turn ignition off. Connect Tech 1 to DLC. Access 4WAL brake trouble codes using Tech 1. Repair trouble codes in order they appear. See 4WAL FAULT CODES table for diagnosis. If no fault codes are present, see 4WAL SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS table. Fig. 2: Identifying DLC Terminals 4WAL SYMPTOM DIAGNOSIS TABLE Symptom See Functional Test 2WD... Fig. 3 4WD... Fig. 4 ANTI-LOCK Light On... Fig. 5 ANTI-LOCK Light Off (1)... Fig. 6 Brake Pedal Pulses (1)... Fig. 7 Wheel Pull During Hard Braking (1)... Fig. 8 (1) - These conditions must exist with no fault codes stored 4WAL FAULT CODES TABLE DTC See Fig Fig Fig Fig Fig Fig. 14
5 29... Fig Fig Fig Fig Fig Fig Or Fig Or Fig Fig Fig Fig Fig. 27 CLEARING FAULT CODES 1) Turn ignition on. Using jumper wire, connect DLC terminal "H" to terminal "A" for 2 seconds. See Fig. 2. Remove jumper wire for one second. Again, connect DLC terminal "H" to "A" for 2 seconds. Remove jumper wire. 2) Fault codes are cleared when ANTI-LOCK and BRAKE lights illuminate, then turn off. Turn ignition off. Verify codes are cleared. See RETRIEVING CODES. If ANTI-LOCK light is on continuously, Tech 1 can be used to clear codes. REMOVAL & INSTALLATION * PLEASE READ THIS FIRST * CAUTION: When battery is disconnected, vehicle computer and memory systems may lose memory data. Driveability problems may exist until computer systems have completed a relearn cycle. See the COMPUTER RELEARN PROCEDURES article in the GENERAL INFORMATION section before disconnecting battery. COMBINATION VALVE Removal & Installation 1) Before replacing combination valve, note "pin punched" identification code on valve. It is necessary to have the code when ordering replacement valve. 2) Disconnect electrical connector from combination valve. Disconnect hydraulic lines from combination valve. Remove combination valve bolts. Remove combination valve and transfer tubes from BPMV. 3) To install, reverse removal procedure. DO NOT reuse combination valve transfer tubes. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Bleed brake system, including BPMV. See BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM. BRAKE PRESSURE MODULATOR VALVE (BPMV) NOTE: Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV) and Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM) are combined into one unit, referred to as the Electro-Hydraulic Control Unit (EHCU). Removal & Installation 1) Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect electrical connectors from BPMV. Disconnect electrical connector from combination valve. Disconnect hydraulic lines from combination valve. Disconnect hydraulic lines from BPMV. Remove BPMV-to-bracket bolts. 2) Remove EHCU from vehicle as an assembly. Remove bolts from EBCM. Separate EBCM from BPMV. DO NOT pry on EBCM or BPMV. Excessive ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM Arti
6 force will damage EBCM. Remove combination valve bolts. Remove combination valve and transfer tubes from BPMV. 3) To install, reverse removal procedure. DO NOT reuse EBCM gasket and mounting bolts, or combination valve transfer tubes. Bleed brake system, including BPMV. See BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. ELECTRONIC BRAKE CONTROL MODULE (EBCM) Removal & Installation 1) Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect 4 electrical connectors from EBCM. Remove 4 EBCM-to-BPMV Torx bolts. Separate EBCM from BPMV. DO NOT pry on EBCM or BPMV. Excessive force will damage EBCM. 2) To install, reverse removal procedure. DO NOT reuse EBCM gasket or mounting bolts. Ensure gasket is properly aligned. DO NOT use any type of sealant on EBCM gasket or mating surfaces. Bleed brake system, including BPMV. See BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM. Tighten EBCM bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. Perform anti-lock bulb check. Using Tech 1, revise tire size calibration. FRONT WHEEL SPEED SENSOR NOTE: For installation purposes, note speed sensor wire routing before removing. Misrouted wiring may cause electromagnetic interference failures. Removal & Installation (2WD) 1) Remove wheel. Remove brake caliper and wire aside. Remove hub and rotor assembly. Disconnect speed sensor electrical connector. Using 3/16" drill, remove speed sensor harness clip rivets. Remove splash shield and speed sensor assembly. To install, reverse removal procedure. Tighten wheel bearing nut to 12 ft. lbs. (16 N.m), then back off until just loose. 2) Back off wheel bearing nut again, no more than 1/4 of a turn, until hole in spindle aligns with slot in wheel bearing nut. If wheel bearing nut is adjusted properly, hub end play should be " ( mm). If hub end play is not within specification, repeat procedure. Speed sensor air gap is non-adjustable. Removal & Installation (4WD) 1) Remove wheel. Remove brake caliper and wire aside. Remove rotor. Disconnect speed sensor electrical connector. Remove speed sensor wire from clip on upper control arm. Remove bolt attaching speed sensor wiring harness to vehicle frame. 2) Thoroughly clean sensor mounting area. Remove bolt attaching speed sensor to back of hub and bearing assembly. Carefully remove speed sensor by pulling it straight out of bore. DO NOT pry sensor out of bore. 3) To install, reverse removal procedure. Lightly lubricate NEW speed sensor "O" ring with bearing grease. DO NOT lubricate bore. Speed sensor air gap is non-adjustable. Removal & Installation (3500 HD) 1) Remove wheel. Remove brake caliper and wire aside. Remove hub and rotor assembly. Disconnect speed sensor electrical connector. Remove bolts attaching speed sensor bracket to knuckle. Remove bolts attaching speed sensor to bracket. Remove speed sensor. 2) To install, reverse removal procedure. Tighten wheel bearing nut to 12 ft. lbs. (16 N.m), then back off nut one flat. If hole in spindle aligns with slot in wheel bearing nut, install cotter pin. If hole in spindle is not aligned with slot in wheel bearing nut, back off nut no more than one additional flat.
7 3) If wheel bearing nut is adjusted properly, hub end play should be " ( mm). If hub end play is not within specification, repeat procedure. Speed sensor air gap is nonadjustable. VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR (VSS) Removal & Installation (Except 4L80-E Transmission) 1) Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) is located in left rear of transmission (2WD) or transfer case (4WD). Ensure ignition is off. Raise and support vehicle. Disconnect VSS electrical connector. Place a container under VSS mounting area to catch transmission fluid when VSS is removed. 2) Remove VSS mounting bolt. Using J-38417, remove VSS and"o" ring. To install, coat NEW "O" ring with transmission fluid. Install "O" ring onto VSS. Install VSS and "O" ring into transmission using J Install mounting bolt through VSS bracket. Removal & Installation (4L80-E Transmission) 1) Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) is located on left side in the middle of transmission. Ensure ignition is off. Raise and support vehicle. Disconnect VSS electrical connector. Remove 2 VSS mounting bolts. Remove input and output speed sensor and bracket assemblies. To install reverse removal procedure. VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR (VSS) BUFFER CAUTION: VSS buffer is sensitive to Electrostatic Discharge (ESD). DO NOT touch VSS buffer terminals with hands or tools, or VSS buffer may damage due to static electricity. Removal & Installation Ensure ignition is off. Disconnect negative battery cable. VSS buffer is located behind glove box. Remove 4 screws mounting VSS buffer to dashboard. Disconnect 2 small electrical connectors from VSS buffer. Remove VSS buffer. To install, reverse removal procedure. TROUBLE SHOOTING CHARTS NOTE: See WIRING DIAGRAM for circuit and terminal identification. See Fig. 28 for Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV) connector terminal identification.
8 Fig. 3: Functional Test (2WD)
9 Fig. 4: Functional Test (4WD)
10 Fig. 5: ANTI-LOCK Light On
11 Fig. 6: ANTI-LOCK Light Off - No DTC s
12 Fig. 7: Brake Pedal Pulses - No DTC s
13 Fig. 8: Wheel Pull During Hard Braking - No DTC s DIAGNOSTIC CHARTS NOTE: For Integral Speed Sensor Resistance Values (4WD) chart, see Fig. 15.
14 Fig. 9: DTC 21 - Right Front Speed Sensor Or Circuit Open
15 Fig. 10: DTC 22 - Missing Right Front Speed Signal
16 Fig. 11: DTC 23 - Erratic Right Front Speed Sensor
17 Fig. 12: DTC 25 - Left Front Speed Sensor Or Circuit Open
18 Fig. 13: DTC 26 - Missing Left Front Speed Signal
19 Fig. 14: DTC 27 - Erratic Left Front Speed Sensor
20 Fig. 15: Integral Speed Sensor Resistance Values (4WD)
21 Fig. 16: DTC 29 - Simultaneous Drop-Out Of Front Speed Sensors
22 Fig. 17: DTC 35 - Open Or Grounded Rear Speed Signal Circuit
23 Fig. 18: DTC 36 - Missing Rear Speed Signal
24 Fig. 19: DTC 37 - Erratic Rear Speed Signal
25 Fig. 20: DTC 38 - Wheel Speed Error
26 Fig. 21: DTC s Control Valves
27 Fig. 22: DTC 65 Or 66 - Open Or Shorted Pump Motor Relay
28 Fig. 23: DTC 67 - Open Motor Circuit Or Shorted BPMV Output; DTC 68 Locked Motor Or Shorted Motor Circuit
29 Fig. 24: DTC s Memory Errors
30 Fig. 25: DTC 81 - Brake Switch Circuit Shorted Or Open
ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM 1993 Mitsubishi Diamante 1993 BRAKES Mitsubishi - Anti-Lock Brake System Diamante DESCRIPTION The Anti-Lock BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS) is designed to prevent wheel lock-up during heavy braking.
ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM 1994 BRAKES Mazda - Anti-Lock DESCRIPTION The Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) control unit senses reductions in front and rear wheel speed and modulates hydraulic pressure to the brakes
CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEM 1994 Toyota Celica 1994 ACCESSORIES & EQUIPMENT Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. - Cruise Control Systems Celica DESCRIPTION Cruise control system consists of Cruise Control Electronic
1999 ACCESSORIES & EQUIPMENT Cruise Control Systems - RAV4 DESCRIPTION WARNING: Deactivate air bag system before performing any service operation. See AIR BAG RESTRAINT SYSTEMS article. DO NOT apply electrical
2005 BRAKES Anti-Lock Brake System With Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD) - Diagnostics - RAV4 HOW TO PROCEED WITH TROUBLESHOOTING Troubleshoot in accordance with the following procedures. Fig.
Page 1 of 9 Base Brake Bleeding BASE BRAKE BLEEDING TOOLS REQUIRED J-439l5 Brake Bleed Adapter J29532 Pressure Bleeder MANUAL BLEEDING NOTICE: Brake fluid is corrosive to painted surfaces. Take care not
Page 1 of 21 ARTICLE BEGINNING DESCRIPTION & OPERATION WARNING: For warnings and procedures regarding vehicles equipped with Anti- Lock Brake Systems (ABS), see ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM article in the BRAKES
AIR BAG RESTRAINT SYSTEM 1996 ACCESSORIES/SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota Air Bag Restraint System DESCRIPTION & OPERATION WARNING: To avoid injury from accidental air bag deployment, read and carefully follow
206-09-1 Vehicle Dynamic Systems 206-09-1 DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING Anti-Lock Control Traction Control and Stability Assist Special Tool(s) Principles of Operation 73III Automotive Meter 105-R0057 or equivalent
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS REAR DISC CONVERSION KIT A126-2 1988-98 C1500 2WD 10" REAR DRUM Thank you for choosing STAINLESS STEEL BRAKES CORPORATION for your braking needs. Pleases take the time to read
35B-1 GROUP 35B ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM (ABS) CONTENTS GENERAL DESCRIPTION......... 35B-2 ANTI-SKID BRAKING SYSTEM (ABS) DIAGNOSIS.................... 35B-3 INTRODUCTION TO ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS................
G - TESTS W/CODES - 2.2L 1994 Toyota Celica 1994 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Toyota 2.2L Self-Diagnostics Celica INTRODUCTION If no faults were found while performing F - BASIC TESTING, proceed with self-diagnostics.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS REAR DISC BRAKE CONVERSION KIT A126-3 1988-98 CHEVY K1500 4WD 10" DRUMS Thank you for choosing STAINLESS STEEL BRAKES CORPORATION for your braking needs. Pleases take the time
35C-1 GROUP 35C TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM (TCL) CONTENTS GENERAL DESCRIPTION 35C-2 DIAGNOSIS 35C-4 INTRODUCTION TO TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS 35C-4 TCL DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLESHOOTING STRATEGY 35C-4 DIAGNOSTIC
17-1 GROUP 17 CONTENTS ENGINE CONTROL 17-4 GENERAL DESCRIPTION 17-4 ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS 17-4 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS 17-4 ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLESHOOTING
DESCRIPTION & OPERATION 2004 ACCESSORIES/SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems WARNING: Accidental air bag deployment is possible. Personal injury may result. Read and follow all WARNINGS
MIRRORS - POWER 1998 Pontiac Bonneville 1998 ACCESSORIES & EQUIPMENT General Motors Corp. - Power Mirrors Pontiac; Bonneville DESCRIPTION One mirror control switch adjusts both left (driver side) and right
DESCRIPTION & OPERATION DESCRIPTION 1991-92 ACCESSORIES & SAFETY EQUIPMENT Cruise Control - Electric Servo Cruise control system components include cruise control module (control module and electric stepper
WIPER/WASHER SYSTEM - FRONT 1998 ACCESSORIES & EQUIPMENT General Motors Corp. - Front Wiper/Washer System DESCRIPTION & OPERATION CAUTION: To prevent scratching, wet the windshield before turning on wipers.
ALTERNATOR 2007 Ford Pickup 6.0L Eng F350 Super Duty REQUESTED INFORMATION Vehicles With Dual Generator [ Engine Mount - LH ] Fig 1: Rotating Drive Belt Tensioner Clockwise 1. Remove the accessory drive
DESCRIPTION Cruise control system consists of control switches located on steering wheel, servo throttle actuator assembly, speed sensor mounted on transmission (transfer case on 4WD), clutch switch (M/T),
2004 ACCESSORIES & EQUIPMENT Cruise Control - Corvette SCHEMATIC AND ROUTING DIAGRAMS CRUISE CONTROL SCHEMATICS Fig. 1: Cruise Control Switch, Throttle Actuator Control Motor And Cruise Control Release
CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEM 1994 Volvo 960 1994 ACCESSORIES/SAFETY EQUIPMENT Cruise Control System 960 DESCRIPTION & OPERATION MAIN SWITCH Cruise control main switch is located at end of directional signal lever.
Page 1 of 5 Year = 2011 Model = Mustang Engine = 5.0L VIN = IDS Version = t Available Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor This pinpoint test is intended to diagnose the following: IAT sensor (12A697) integrated
159 North Maple St. Unit J, CORONA CA 92880 P. 951-737-9682 F. 951-737-9006 WWW.CHAOSFAB.COM Installation Notes: #86000-R Race Series +3.5 L/T Kit Factory manual is recommended for removal and re-installation
5.7L V8 2001 Chevrolet Camaro 2000-01 ENGINES General Motors 5.7L V8 Chevrolet; Camaro Pontiac; Firebird * PLEASE READ THIS FIRST * NOTE: For engine repair procedures not covered in this article, see ENGINE
Technical Service BULLETIN September 16, 2002 Title: FRONT BRAKE VIBRATION Models: 00-03 Tundra BR004-02 BRAKES TSB REVISION NOTICE: S March 5, 2004: A torque speification on page 10, step 24, was changed.
Please visit www.fordracingparts.com for the most current instruction information!!! PLEASE READ ALL OF THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. AT ANY TIME YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND THE
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR DYNAPRO 6 BIG BRAKE FRONT HAT KIT, 1.19 DIAMETER VENTED ROTOR 1990-005 ACURA/CIVIC ( LUG) 000-003 CIVIC SI ( LUG) 007 - PRESENT HONDA FIT FOR FACTORY 6 mm DISC SPINDLE PART NUMBER
154 Diagnosis The NV233 systems up to 2004, found on Blazer, S-10 trucks and Tahoe applications, will not allow data or code retrieval with a scanner, however manual code retrieval is available. To retrieve
00 - GENERAL, TECHNICAL DATA BRAKES Brake System APPLICATION OF PR. NO. FOR BRAKES Application of PR. No. for brakes The brake system installed in a vehicle is documented on the vehicle data sticker via
Negative (-) Battery Terminal CRUISE CONTROL CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEM Cable System name METER / GAUGE SYSTEM D033496E01 CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEM PRECAUTION 1 1. DISCONNECT AND RECONNECT CABLE OF NEGATIVE BATTERY
BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM CAUTION: Brake fluid is harmful to painted and plastic surfaces. If brake fluid is spilled onto a painted or plastic surface, immediately wash it with water. Bleed hydraulic system
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTION FOR ASSEMBLY OF JEEP CJ SERIES W/AMC 20 REAR AXLES, 5 x 5-1/2" BOLT CIRCLE WITH A130-1 FULL FLOATING AXLE OR A130-2 (1 PIECE AXLE) Thank you for choosing STAINLESS
Page 1 / 12 46-1 Front brakes, servicing Front brakes - brake caliper Girling, servicing Note : After replacing brake pads, depress brake pedal several times firmly to properly seat brake pads in their
Page 1 of 5 1999 Buick Century Century, Regal VIN W Service Manual Document ID: 345654 DTC P0341 Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor Performance Circuit Description During cranking, the Ignition Control Module
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS REAR DISC BRAKE CONVERSION KIT A125-2 1955-70 FULL SIZE CHEVROLET Thank you for choosing STAINLESS STEEL BRAKES CORPORATION for your braking needs. Pleases take the time to read
F - BASIC TESTING 1995 Volvo 850 1995 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Volvo - Basic Diagnostic Procedures 850 INTRODUCTION NOTE: In this article, Engine Control Module (ECM) may also be referred to as Engine Control
FUEL SYSTEM WARNING: ALWAYS release fuel pressure before disconnecting fuel injection-related component. DO NOT allow fuel to contact engine or electrical components. FUEL INJECTOR TEST Fuel Injector Electrical
Thunder Power Tarp Kit Operation Dual Arm Curb Side Stowing Single Arm Curb Side Stowing 011-52476 Rev. H P a g e 2 In this booklet you will find: OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS... 3 Powering up or down the system...
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION 88581 FOR RANCHO SUSPENSION SYSTEM RS6581B: DODGE RAM READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY FROM START TO FINISH BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION Rev C IMPORTANT NOTES! WARNING: This suspension
9.1 Traction Systems (ASR, TS) and Speed-sensitive Power Steering (SPS) Contents 9.1 Models 129, 140 as of 06/94 up to 08/95 Page Diagnosis Function Test (ASR only).......................... 11/1 Diagnostic
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FRONT DISC BRAKE CONVERSION KIT A129-2 1959-64 Full Size Chevrolet Car and FRONT DISC BRAKE CONVERSION KITS A129-3 & A129-4 1965-68 Full Size Chevrolet Car Thank you for choosing
DESCRIPTION & OPERATION 2000 ACCESSORIES & EQUIPMENT Power Windows - Dakota & Durango A permanent magnet motor moves each of the power windows. A master switch on driver's door controls all windows and
BRAKE SYSTEM 1988 Toyota Celica 1988-89 BRAKES Toyota Celica, Corolla, MR2, Tercel DESCRIPTION The hydraulic brake system uses a tandem master cylinder with a vacuum power assist servo. MR2 and some Celica
Self-diagnosis ON BOARD DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM DESCRIPTION Self-diagnosis FUNCTION NABR0095 NABR0095S01 When a problem occurs in the, the warning lamp on the instrument panel comes on. To start the self-diagnostic
SECTION 4A HYDRAULIC BRAKES Caution: Disconnect the negative battery cable before removing or installing any electrical unit or when a tool or equipment could easily come in contact with exposed electrical
FORM NO. 7 0 Rev. A WHEEL HORSE LAWN TRACTOR MODEL NO. 76 590000 & UP SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS Loose Parts Use the chart below to verify all parts have been shipped. DESCRIPTION QTY. USE Front Wheel Flat Washer
Page 1 of 5 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix Grand Prix (VIN W) Service Manual Engine Engine Controls - 3.8L Diagnostic Information and Procedures Document ID: 106986 DTC P0102 Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Circuit
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION 88587 Rev A FOR RANCHO SUSPENSION SYSTEM RS6587B: 2009 DODGE RAM 1500 READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY FROM START TO FINISH BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION IMPORTANT NOTES! WARNING:
2004 Ford Pickup 5.4L Eng F150 1Search P0340 REQUESTED INFORMATION Pinpoint Test DR: Camshaft Position () Sensor Introduction Question: Alternator testing for false P0340 NOTE: This pinpoint test is intended
CONTROL BOX Once the display panel is in place, mount the control box within the connecting cable's distance (approximately 3 feet) and secure to the underside of the dashboard. This case does not have
204-04-1 Wheels and Tires 204-04-1 DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING Tire Pressure Monitoring System Special Tool(s) Vehicle Communication Module (VCM) and Integrated Diagnostic System (IDS) software with appropriate
Chapter 10 Isuzu This chapter contains information for testing Isuzu vehicles with the Asian Import Vehicle Communication Software (VCS). The following Isuzu systems may be available for testing: Engine
This file is available for free download at http://www.iluvmyrx7.com This file is fully text-searchable select Edit and Find and type in what you re looking for. This file is intended more for online viewing
412-00-i Climate Control System - General Information 412-00-i SECTION 412-00 Climate Control System - General Information CONTENTS PAGE DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING Climate Control System... 412-00-2 Inspection
2008 DRIVELINE/AXLES Differential - RAV4 ACTIVE TORQUE CONTROL 4WD SYSTEM PRECAUTION 1. TROUBLESHOOTING PRECAUTION NOTE: Since the Active torque control system (4WD control system) may be influenced by
Page 1 of 12 Year = 2007 Model = F-150 Engine = VIN = IDS Version = t Available Fuel Pump (FP ) Relay This pinpoint test is intended to diagnose the following: fuel pump relay (9345) inertia fuel shutoff
This file is available for free download at http://www.iluvmyrx7.com This file is fully text-searchable select Edit and Find and type in what you re looking for. This file is intended more for online viewing
1. Lift the front of the car with a jack and place it on jackstands. Take off the front wheels. 2. Use two 9/16 combination wrenches to disconnect the soft brake line from the body and hard line connection
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION 88148 Rev C For Rancho Suspension Systems RS6548, RS6549 & RS6550: GM 2500HD, 2500, and 1500HD Trucks READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY FROM START TO FINISH BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION
10.1 lectronic Stability Program (SP) and Speed-sensitive Power Steering (SPS) Contents 10.1 Models 129 (with engine 104, 119) up to M.Y. 1999, Model 129 (with engine 120), 140, 210 as of M.Y. 1996 Page
www.airkewld.com Page 1 of 8 T-2 Front Disc Brake Install It is recommended to read and comprehend this install guide BEFORE beginning the disc brake conversion. This set was tested for use on a Volkswagen
ALTERNATOR - CHRYSLER 40/90-AMP & 50/120 AMP 1988 Chrysler LeBaron Convert/Coupe 1988 ELECTRICAL Chrysler Motors 40/90 & 50/120 Amp Alternators FWD Models DESCRIPTION The charging system consists of an
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION 88051 For Rancho Suspension System RS6551: Chevrolet 2500 Suburban & 2500 Avalanche READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY FROM START TO FINISH BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION Rev C IMPORTANT
27 - Vacuum hose Insert into brake booster unit Fig. 22: Connection Of Brake Lines From Dual Master Brake Cylinder To Hydraulic Unit Connection of brake lines from dual master brake cylinder to hydraulic
G - TESTS W/CODES 1994 Volvo 960 1994 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Volvo Self-Diagnostics 960 INTRODUCTION If no faults were found while performing BASIC DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES, proceed with SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM.