\nFirst of all I think you are confused. The engine oil is not cooled directly by a cooler. The engine its self is cooled by a cooling system. Which uses coolant and a radiator..
\nCoolant travels through the radiator and is cooled by a combination of factors. There are air...
It is inside of the fuel tank, and is removed from the top of the tank. It is an electric pump.
You need to CLEAN the intake up real good where the gaskets fit against it. Then make SURE that the intake is NOT PITTED, If intake is real smooth then there is no reason to replace it. Just replace the gaskets.
A VNT (Variable Nozzle Technology) turbocharger.
It has a carburetor and is a heavy vehicle that is not aerodynamic. It is going to use lots of fuel. This is the normal for any 70s vehicle.
assuming this is a 3.5L on the drivers side, starting at the back 6 4 2 on the passengers side, starting at the back, 5 3 1 the first cylinder is about 2 inches closer to the front of the car also on the spark plug wires it shows the numbers hope this helps
6000 miles The question does not specify whose grandma is being visited. If the family is visiting her husbands parents, who knows?
\nPull the fuse or disconnect the compressor.
If you suspect a leak. presasure must be in the cooling system....Drive ten miles that should do it. If you suspect a bad bearing disconnect drive belt turn the pump by hand.
If it still lights up after filling the thank, you probably have tochange your windshield washer fluid sensor. You have to open theplastic protection back of your front right wheel, (2 screws) and 2more screws fallowig the same plastic under the car. The sensor isthe one over the thank, third part...
its likely a 318, maybe a 360. neither of the two you mentioned.
You Don't This is a job for a professional with the tools and knowledge necessary for this repair. Not a job for a novice. ^^^^^^^^this is not the best answer that someone gave its not that complicated takes basic skills email me and i will give you step by step instruction
behind the glove box on passenger side...you will have to remove glove box to get to it
Its under your dash to the left of your hood latch to open up your hood. There is a black cover on it that you'll need to remove. On the cover is a diagram of all the fuses underneath. The driver window relay will be shown as the very top left fuse..
it is in the driverside door it is a...
The fuel mileage, on a 1993 Chevrolet 1500 pickup truck, is statedas; 18 miles per gallon on the highway and 13 miles per gallon inthe city. The mileage ratings vary according to the size of thetires and transmission.
\nThis information can be found in your owner's manual. If you don't have one, you can order one from a dealer. You may also find one at a salvage yard.
== Answer == outside handles are riveted on. you need to drill out the rivets. you also need a rivet gun to re-install it. REVISION: This may be on some ASTRO models, but I've never come across one with this. Most are bolted from inside the door. You simply remove the inner door panel (you may...
Block rear wheels, and lift on a jack, put jackstands up under front of frame away from engine as far as you can get. Disconnect battery, disconnect shift lever on left side of transmission (if 700R4) and remove the electrical pickup plugs that are plugged into it. Disconnect the kickdown cable and...
Question is too vague since there are MANY Bolt patterns just on the engine. SPECIFIC questions can allow specific answers.
If this is the same as the 98 Chevy 1500 Cheyenne (which I have) then I can tell you the following: As you probably already know, the cable is pretty $$$ - mine was $134 from Autozone. You'll need to removed the lower part of the dash under the steering wheel by removing 4 or 5 screws then you'll...
There are freeze plugs located on both sides, the front, and the back of the block.
Think fuel filter. If that hasn't been replaced, do that first....inexpensive, but even if this ISN'T the problem, it still needs to be replaced periodically!.
If replacing the filter doesn't help, you should consider taking it to a garage and getting your fuel-pressure checked. If the pressure is...
Approximately 5 degrees before top dead center if the motor isn't set up for high performance.
Transmission in need of SERVICE.
The valve guide is a precise hole in the head that the valve stem slides in. The valve is retained by the retainer and two valve locks.
There is no fixing it, replace it with a new one.
Ac connector at ac pump I pull out connector and jump connector and blow out the ac fuse. I change out the ac fuse and the ac pump not engaging. What other problem could it be? The ac was working before I did this. Please help. Any help thanks.
\nthere is usually three in the exhaust one at each exhaust manifold and if your bronco happens to be early obd2 then theres one behind the catylytic converter
The pitman arm controls the steering linkage enabling you to steer the vehicle.
Make sure it is full of coolant. There probably is a small leakcausing the smell. Check it cold as sometimes it leaks cold but nothot.
\nThis information can be found in your owner's manual. If you do not have one, you can obtain one from your dealer or a salvage yard.
The distributor is set to 0 degrees with a scan tool. It can not be done with a timing light.
Only for the high speed blower function. The lower speeds go thru the blower motor speed resister.
There is a spring loaded tensioner that holds the tension on the belt. Get a wrench that fits the nut on the tensioner and apply alot of clockwise pressure that will losen the tensioner and allow the belt to go on and off.
Blot pattern to what part?
There are two types of brake systems on that year Chevy celebrity. Light duty and Heavy duty. the easiest way to tell them apart is the type of brake pads. The heavy duty brakes have a "butterfly" style retaining clip out the outboard pad that looks like wings when its not intalled. The light duty...
I think you need some type of USB connectition, but i am not so sure, good luck finding a good answer :)
Well some GM rear disc brakes require that you screw in the calipers. Most disc brakes are a cup shaped that you press back in (I use a large C-clamp). But if they are solid across the face and have slots/groves, then you have to 'turn' them back in..
You can go to your local parts store and buy a...
I would start by checking the ground on the fuel pump. If it is grounded then check to see if there is power getting to the pump wit ha test light, if theres power then the pump is probally bad. If you bought it at a western auto, parts of America or a advanced auto then most likely its a bad pump,...
The resistor bank that lowers the voltage to the fan is either not connected or faulty. Check your service manual for the schematic drawing to find it. Most of the time it is close to the fan under the dash, or next to and sometimes part of the switch itself.
\nIt depends on what parts place you buy it at at autozone mine cost me around $60.00 others ranged from $50-$75..
\nI just bought one for my 95' 2.0 and it ran new $69.00 with a lifetime warranty. You can buy cheaper rebuilt 1 year warranty for $38 but if you are keeping the...
Could be a frozen piston inside the caliper Could be a defective brake hose Could be a damaged (pinched) brake line
A quality filter such as AC/Delco is the filter your should use.
SETTING THE TIMING hanes car repair manuals offer all u need to know to help u with this ? there are a few different steps to get u on the right track. u have to find the # 1 spark splug , firing order and top dead center on #1 and have access to a timing light . some auto stores rent these out....
i cant say for sure but most vehicles today have fuel pump inside fuel tank your local auto part store will know for sure
Hi, am currently doing this job. I am using chiltions full size truck manual, 1988-98. Manual # 28624. This is a pretty good book. Intake manifold section 3-22. What it doesn't tell you is: you must push the csfi through the upper intake manifold. I would be happy to help you in more detail: Call my...
Near 11 years in Europe, 10,5 in USA
Yes they will. My boyfriend installled 6.5" pioneer speakers in my doors because my passengers side stock speaker wouldn't play music. it took some altering, but nothing difficult at all. they sound great and it didn't take much effort! (:
Then someone did not install the filter correctly or the gasket was defective. The gasket must have a thin coat of oil applied before installing or it can leak. The filter should be tightened no more or less than 3/4 turn after it makes contact with the mounting surface, or it may leak. Too tight or...
Its on the low side (suction side) from the compressor to the accumulator........
Have you checked the steering wheel?
if you open the passanger door there is a slot for the key. you will need to press the button on the circular key to pull out the real key.
Anywhere from, say 80, to 180lbs. What you are looking for, really, is a difference. One that is 30, to 40 lbs., lower. A good small block, with half life left, should come in around 120. A new motor, 150, a high compression race motor, 160, to 180. Anything below, say 80, may require attention,...
Check around the engine block itself. It should be in the front, next to the timing (or cover), on both sides. Be sure to check the rear & sides of the block for more, because if you change one, you have to change them all.
if it has one, it will be simple to remove the bolts and pull it off. if it doesnt, then you have to pull off one side of the crankcase.
You have wires going to the carb on a 72 Chevy c10?
Look at the headlight on the driver's side. Between the battery and the headlight on the right-most side of the engine compartment, along the top of the frame where the hood rests, you'll see a long, metal, L-SHAPED pin. Pull that pin straight up and it will release the headlight. Lift out the...
valve adjustment should be done only by someone with experance,lifter replacment only by a mechanic ether done wrong will be very costly.
On the fuel rail. The fuel passes through the regulator as it returns to the fuel tank.
By the part number. Probably be a 39, series number.
1 5/16 wrench. Just did one last week. Be prepared to fight the Pitman arm off of the steering box shaft. A pickle-fork bit and an air hammer make it a piece of cake. Some guys unbolt the steering box from the frame to wiggle the steering box into a position where they can get a Pitman arm puller on...
Sounds like you need to replace the thermostat.
1. There was a recall for something like a "jet valve??". I had mine done for free by a dealer and it really helped starting..
2. I have the problem now of failing to re-start when I shut her off, for about 1/2 hr. Someone told me it's the fuel pump.
Your truck should have "throttle body injection" and that means the fuel pump is located inside the gas tank. NOTE: If your vehicle is a carry-over of the previous year it maybe normally aspirated (carburetor) or it may have been replaced with aftermarket parts, if so the fuel pump should be...
It is not a serviceable part.
In the gas tank. Changed mine in 10 minutes. Get a jack, board, ratchet with extension, and socket. Easy fix.
\nCheck the fuel pressure regulator.
Contact D & D Fabrications in Lansing, Michigan at: www.aluminumV8.com. He can answer all your questions. Hello, the trans from a Olds is a BOP trans I think that stands for Buick Olds Pontiac and the vega's is a Chevy design they may have a different bolt pattern, I know that really doesn't answer...
staying with a 16 inch rim you can use 285/75. you must watch the off sets of the rims you use. You also may have to crank your torsion bars and maybe cut away a 1/4 of your plastic air dam that fits directly below your bumper in front of the wheel. See if it rubs before you do that...
14015445...454.......78-90...2 or 4 bolt .
You can also contact General Motors directly, they don't like it but will answer your questions. Have the suffix code ready and they can tell you exactly when,where,what your motor is with the suffix code. Just let them know you are...
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\nIt is located on the backside of the engine block just above the starter motor. If you raise the car up on stands and scoot way underneath you will be able to feel it above the starter. don't confuse it with the transmission speed sensor which is easily viewed below and...
\nI believe the light bulb for the shifter box is part of the whole digital console unit. I don't know if you can access just those two lower light bulbs without removing the whole console unit. Try removing the plastic trim from the steering wheel column and the dash trim and the trim...
Front speakers Front Door: 6-1/2" factory speaker note .
Far rear speakers Behind Seat: 4x6" .
This question cannot be answered sensibly. A litre is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L 3 ]. An inch is a measure of distance, with dimensions [L]. Basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional...
unclip the lid that the orange dipstick sits in, then fill the inner.
i have 291,000 on my 99 with the 4.8L and have no problems so far with the engine.
3.6 L = 219.69 cubic inches.
I have a 95 Corsica with the 3.1 V6. I do all my own work, and this is the one thing that I hate doing. The way that I have been told to do it is similar to how I must do it in our 97 LeSabre. The front engine mount must be undone. You have to support the motor from the bottom, or it you have an...
Change your fuel fiter and air filter
you are going to have to drop the tank.... place a jack under the gas tank to support it while removing the two tank straps, once removed lower the fuel tank and remove the fill & vent hose's, fuel lines, and electric harness. now just remove the sending unit from the tank. now all you have to do is...
FACTORY says to use 5W30 weight in cold weather, and can use 10W30 in hot weather. If you run any heaver oil then the valve train / cam, lifters and rocker arms won't be able to lube correctly and will burn up.
Trouble code P0327 means:Knock sensor 1 low input
if you have messed up the stiring wheel
it take 4.2 liters of oil