How to Change Water Pumps on 1988 Dodge 350 Vans?

Answer Dodge came out with three different engines in 1988, but the most widely used is the 5.9-liter engine with a four-barrel carburetor. Signs of a failing water pump include a wobble in the shaft that... Read More »

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How to Change a Power Steering Pump on a 1988 Dodge 318?

The 1988 Dodge 318 engine uses two different types of power steering pumps -- the Thompson and the Saginaw -- and the type depends on which vehicle the 318 engine is in. There are several Dodge mod... Read More »

How to Change the Timing Belt on a 1988 Through 1997 3.0 Dodge Daytona?

It is recommended by the manufacturer that the timing belt on the 1988 through 1997 3.0 Dodge Daytona is replaced at 60,000-mile intervals. This recommendation comes from a study of the service his... Read More »

How to Remove & Replace Fuel Pumps in a 1988 Mercedes 560SEL?

All modern Mercedes cars and SUVs are equipped with electric fuel pumps. The fuel pump sits inside the gas tank of the vehicle. Its purpose is to draw fuel from the gas tank and pump it into the fu... Read More »

How to Replace the Wheel Stud in Dodge Vans?

The wheel studs on Dodge vans are softer than the lug nuts and will stretch if the lug nuts are over-torqued. When the lug nuts are removed, a certain amount of material is taken off the threads. T... Read More »