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Rebuilt motor now putting it back in and have questions
08-22-2018, 11:41 AM (This post was last modified: 08-22-2018 01:10 PM by droptop351.)
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Rebuilt motor now putting it back in and have questions
First question I have is what is this wire and where does it go?
Its located on the passenger side by the evap canister and comes out of a harness on the fender. Attachment 774/775 in 775 I believe it goes into that yellowish clear harness there. It is a white or yellow with blue stripe and what appears to be a purple/brown dot
   
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Also does anyone have a diagram showing the routing of the clutch cable? I know theres a clamp on the drivers fender but how it goes from there to the passenger side im not 100% sure.

Im sure I'll have more questions in near future Big Grin

Edit because im silly and didnt post the obvious: 1995 geo tracker 16v 1.6l, manual, 4 wd, hardtop, 2 door, does have ac.
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08-22-2018, 12:04 PM
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RE: Rebuilt motor now putting it back in and have questions
WHAT CAR? year, engine 8v or 16valves , trans, 2wd/4wd, 4 doors or 2, all wiring varies by those factors. does it have AC?
yellow- with blue stripe it seems.
the car will have lots of unused wire/conn. for option not opted day 1,
for sure.

yellow blue is AC engine overheat sensor, if no AC its not connected.
as seen here
http://www.fixkick.com/air-conditioning.html


(08-22-2018 11:41 AM)droptop351 Wrote:  First question I have is what is this wire and where does it go?
Its located on the passenger side by the evap canister and comes out of a harness on the fender. Attachment 774/775 in 775 I believe it goes into that yellowish clear harness there. It is a white or yellow with blue stripe and what appears to be a purple/brown dot

https://photos.app.goo.gl/535AvsrMfyHdJS1u8

https://photos.app.goo.gl/nNCCkx51oc4JKuJo9

Also does anyone have a diagram showing the routing of the clutch cable? I know theres a clamp on the drivers fender but how it goes from there to the passenger side im not 100% sure.

Im sure I'll have more questions in near future Big Grin

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08-22-2018, 12:07 PM
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RE: Rebuilt motor now putting it back in and have questions
IIRC
clutch cable goes forward, then down, then make U turn, under rad bottom tank , clip there, and back to the mount for frame holder for cable then insided cable to bell lever.
10 years ago, it's all I remember.
there were other clips too on left side (driver) also, new strut left top.

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08-22-2018, 01:15 PM
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RE: Rebuilt motor now putting it back in and have questions
Thanks! I edited the original post to include the information. Ive got it plugged in just above the green connector thats near the thermostat I assume that to be the correct location.
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08-22-2018, 10:08 PM (This post was last modified: 08-22-2018 10:15 PM by fixkick.)
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RE: Rebuilt motor now putting it back in and have questions
: 1995 geo tracker 16v 1.6l, 6sp manual, 4 wd, hardtop, 2 door, does have a/c.

ok, yes 2door less connectors, no rear wiper no rear washer wires dangling. and more.
the AC wiring is all on an addon harness I think, with 2 relays there, for compressor and fan up front
there are 3 water temp sensors on this car.

1: 2 pin ECT, for ECU. water temp to run the EFI correctly
2: the 1 pin way front is gage water temp.
3: and the optional 1pin water temp, switch, it is only switch that tells the AC AMP to turn off AC if engine overheats,. rear port on manifold. R > F (3,2,1, a/c,ect,gage )

see on my parts finder page 16v 92-95

http://fixkick.com/sensors/thermostat/96...mine1w.jpg

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