Or would you pull the trigger? You access it by removing the instrument panel carefully. Feel Free to contact me at FixYa. It is just simply really cool. Nov 19, 2011 My sincere apologies for the delayed response. Join us and learn or give help to others who do the same.
I will then let it sit for 10 minutes. If you would: Before Clicking: Let me know if this helped you, or if you have any additional information or questions. Put a dc voltmeter on the 12 volt input terminal of the coil and confirm. You may want to Print the Diagrams for future use. The van runs and drives perfectly.
Personally, I think it needs them, but that will be for the next owner to decide. I am hoping maybe this will also help me get more than the 9. Hooked it back up, so we will see how it does now. I went to four auto suppliers including a gm dealer, and tried replacing the icm with the specified part, but to no avail. Living the van life Live in your van, car or truck or want to? I would figure if the hose is off the throttle body that the fuel vaoprs would just evaporate out of the end of the hose, but I guess it needs vacuum to really suck out all the fuel vapor from the canister and I guess the gas tank.
I got the van from its second owner. It seems to happen more when the engine is hot. I get 17 on the highway right now. This van is a real head turner and gets a lot of compliments. The problem I have had with it since I purchased it in 2005, is that there seems to be a whole lot of fuel vapor in the gas tank when I remove the gas cap. But with the weather being nice and cool now i live in Georgia , I have been doing a bunch of maintenance on the van, replaced the driver's power window motor, and some other things.
I did use a tow dolly. Same with any kind of custom paint scheme. This will allow people to search for topics related to their interest and will make the sub more useful for everyone. It was obviously well cared for and probably garage kept its whole life. The interior is all original and it has 4 reclining captains chairs with the drivers being fully power adjustable.
I don't drive it everyday, as fuel is expensive, but I do use it for family trips, and for pulling heavy things like my 1993 Chrysler Town n Country to Pull-a-Part. I debated putting side pipes on it, but held off. So I really am looking for some direction as to why the fuel vapor is building up in the tank. Don't be a jerk, be respectful of others. I thought perhaps an exhaust leak was warming the gas tank, and replaced all the exhaust from the cat back, but there is no change at all.
I do not know if you still need this information, but I am going ahead and answering it anyway. If the tank is fairly full, when I remove the gas cap a lot of fuel vapor escapes, but if I remove the cap when it is almost empty there is an enormous amount of vapor in the tank, so much so that the tank makes a popping sound when the vapor is rushing out, I gues the tank is changing back to it's regular size and shape. Need tips or help on making it work as you travel or just stay in one spot? So please take a look at our Vandura parts selection. The van is completely insulated and finished out with carpet, headlining material and oak trim. We have an excellent selection of Vandura custom parts, like body kits, carbon hoods, custom seats, and rims, to name a few. I don't use the van much, and have not had much time to work on it.
We also carry the factory-grade replacement Vandura parts too, including Vandura engine parts, Vandura body parts, and other Vandura auto parts. I found that the hose from the canister was disconnected at the throttle body, it was unplugged and just laying there, out of sight, under the air cleaner. I just left it as a blank canvas for someone. I am personally going back to answer your unanswered questions. I use the van weekly and it drives out perfectly.
We're confident you'll enjoy the experience! I don't think you would find a better maintained, cleaner, cooler van for sale out there. I also have replaced the gas cap. The original owner had to special order it from the conversion van company in order for it not to have all those huge ugly windows down the sides. You will need to disconnect the speedometer wire and the electric. I've replaced the coolant temp sensor, thermostat, fuel filter, vacuum hoses, checked the fuel pump, replaced the map sensor, idle air control valve, o2 sensor, cleaned the tbi and my car still has a.
If input voltage is ok then replace coil. . My original part Ignition Control Modual is a gm stamped part with no ide. The prior owner replaced the engine and transmission with Jasper rebuilt units approximately 60000 miles ago. I can start it up cold and drive it for 30 miles with no problem. It has the Belt Diagrams you will need. This van is like a 70's van, only better.