If so, and the level of fluid in the master is within spec, its the sensor you unplugged at fault. The repair is now complete. Unless your transmission is electronically controlled don't think the '92 models were , I don't think replacing the speedometer wire will address your transmission problem. Plenty of room underneath the van to work. Turn the wrench handle, the pulley moves and the tension on the belt slackens. . The serpentine belt is located on the front of the engine block and winds around several pulleys driving various engine components: water, fuel and power steering pumps, the alternator, air conditioner compressor and possibly other accessories.
I have a 1990 gmc vandura 2500 conversion van with the 350 v8 5. Otherwise, unplug the electrical connector at the master and see if the light goes off. The lower right one is hard to reach, behind a big cylinder of the air conditioning system. Other two no problem with socket extension. Pull the e-brake release with one hand while pulling up one the pedal with the other and see if the light goes off. If all goes well, no other parts needed except perhaps some new hose.
However, subsequent counts will be accurate. Ther is a vent tube , I'm not sure but I think it heater or fan tube of some sort. This option includes, higher cooling capacity, an added transmission fluid cooler, stiffer springs, and a 7-pin electrical hookup for a trailer that has electric brakes. Air in the hydraulic system will usually make the brakes feel 'spongey' and somewhat ineffective. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We offer help in answering questions, clarifying things or giving advice but we are not a substitute for an on-site inspection by a professional.
I am a little upset that I could not talk to a person to get things rolling on a replacement. This component won't last for ever and is probably worn out. Turn key, you're good to go. That's why your light is on. It's very common for the float to stick at the bottom of the reservoir when it went dry during the repair and the flotation isn't enough to dislodge it from the gunk.
I had a helper push on them with a broom handle while I wiggled the heater. Note the following when performing the Diagnostic Circuit Check to access trouble codes. If you don't get it, it will come out with the heater. Easy to twist hose off when vent is free. Then remember that the tongue weight of a trailer is in the ar … ea of 12-15% of the trailer weight. No problem when I got a new piece of hose. Finally, and this is obvious: the bigger the engine, the more you can haul.
Suggest you fire up your engine and play with the heater controls while you watch the vent and see if it works. On the whole not a bad job for an amateur with lots of … time, though a little scary. They only go back to 1999 online but you can order older hardcopy issues. I am trying at this moment to move it. Some states have laws that require brakes on trailers over a certain weight usually 1000 lbs. Check left brake caliper to ensure that it slides on pins where bolts go through and make sure caliper piston isn't seized.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We offer help in answering questions, clarifying things or giving advice but we are not a substitute for an on-site inspection by a professional. I had to fill out a support ticket and wait for a response. Locked now to keep it from this. According to them, a 1999 G20 van with a 5. Also, a vehicle with the factory heavy duty trailering option will be better equipped to handle the added stress on the engine, suspension, cooling, and braking. Check upper and lower control arm bushings for signs of cracking or tearing, check for play in you lower ball joint you can do this by jacking the front of the vehicle off the ground and moving the tire up and down if you feel any play or a clunk your lower ball joints are worn.
. From what you say about the speedometer 'shutting off', I would be inclined to think there is something wrong with the speedometer wire. If the fluid leaked out, then air got into the system. My 82 year old mechanic friend came over and got it in in an hour. Attach the socket and set the direction to tighten the same direction the spring action allows the pulley to move. I don't think it ever did.