The body style change along with features like cabin air filters came first for the pickups in 1999 and then for the Suburbans Yukons etc. I would have the vehicle inspected by a mechanic who is familliar with the engine. A purpose built ethanol only vehicle will typically have no change and could see an improvement in mpg. Check to see if you're getting enough spark from the Ignition Co … ntrol Module. Looking at your engine from the front of the vehicle you will see the fuel injector assembly at the rear of the intake manifold behiold the throttle body. I own one, and the manual says 6,500lbs. It could be any number of things.
On the line closest to the distributor you will find the Fuel Pressure Connection it will have a black plastic cap on it. If no vibration can be felt then it is more likely to be a small leak in one of the vacuum lines to solve this you must listen closely under the hood for a 'hissing sound' usually on or around the intake manifold but not limited to these locations. I use a quart of Lucas Oil Stabi … lizer to replace one quart of oil at oil change. I just looked at … mine this afternoon. Handling numbers, led by a back-of-the-pack 0. These numbers translate into a 0-60-mph run in an reasonable--at least for a 5600-pound behemoth--9.
Typically 15-20% is the loss in mpg with E85. My 454 Suburban gets 10 mpg with leaky injectors and a bad fuel pressure regulator, and only 9 towing 9000 lbs. This seems to help all the way around. I wish I had something more specific for you, sorry! But minivans don't project a macho, outdoorsy, I'm-not-a-soccer-mom, we-bought-Yahoo. At that point, torque is automatically diverted to the front axle. In fact the guy I was working with experienced car guy along with a guy who came into Advanced Automotive 8 yr. As a side note, I have driven 84 miles on the beach.
This only tells you the Vehicles Gross. The error code will probably be either a misfire or knock detected. As well as how well it is or has been maintained. You might be having a problem with the O2 sensors, egr valve, throttle position sensor, fuel injector or other sensors that could affect the performance of the injectors. Be sure to disconnect all the hoses on the tank before dropping it.
Unfortunately, some of the sensors may not trigger a trouble code in light of the misfire problem, so you may have to seek out a diagnostic from a professional. I heard from another guy it's actually 9,000lbs if the car's not fully loaded, and only 6,500 when the car's fully loaded - could be bull. . I just went through this, and 7 parts places gave me 5 different answers. And 8 mpg with those problems on E85. The oil pressure on these trucks goes up and down as you drive.
At idle it can get frighteningly low after the engine has some miles on it. You can also add a little injector cleaner if that's all that's wrong but stuck injectors are often more difficult than that. Even though the L29 can't match the optional 6. If a vacuum line leak is detected hold a thumb over the line end and listen for a change in engine note 'Bring up the engine speed slowly and if the vibration increases slightly until it disapears altogether the two of the cylinders are not igniting and the ignition coil pack must be changed. And 8 mpg with those problems o … n E85.
Typically engine life is more a function of oil volume rather than pressure, but oil volume is difficult to measure. I think a special tool is required but went to three parts stores and no one had the answer. The pickup had them in 1999. It also could be a problem with one of the sensors. If it's been a while since your last tune-up, you may want to start there. And a well optimized flex fuel vehicle will only lose 10%. That is 42 miles each direction at an average speed of about 22 mph in 4wheel drive - low range.
Book 2 of 4, page 6-1548 shows it as being mounted on one of the two stainless steel fuel lines coming up into the engine compartment just ahead of a monoblock which fastens the monoblock to the drivers side rear of the engine block. Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired. I'm not sure about the 4 cylinder for 99 is, but my past experience with other Honda 4 cylinders would suggest that it gets between 2 … 6 and 33. There are pages and pages of things that can cause a check engine light. If no vibration can be felt then it is more likely to be a small leak in one of the vacuum lines to solve this … you must listen closely under the hood for a 'hissing sound' usually on or around the intake manifold but not limited to these locations. When the speed limit gets up to 75 in… You'll love this.