it is listed in your owners manual, diamond is the name, dealer avail only do not sustitute
depends on if its the front or rear, if its rear its fairly easy its a whole assembly. for the front however you have to pull it and have a new bearing pressed in at a shop, and you have to remove alot more with the front end vs the back
Follow the exhaust manifold from the side of the engine and you should see it somewhere along the exhaust pipe.... I'm not an expert, but they are usually not hard to locate..Also...I have recently had a problem with the check engine light coming on.... The code was reading the engine was running too lean on the bank two side....Come to find out...It was the gas that was causing the problem..Once I refueled the light went out
you don't. you remove the air intake assembly from the airbox back. Then you remove the intake manifold, leaving the throttlebody attached to it. Then you should be able to pullit outof your way far enough to get to the spark plugs.
As though means the same as AS IF. It look AS THOUGH he meant to break the window