What size are the speakers in a 91 Corsica?
The 1991 Chevrolet Corsica dashboard speakers measure 3.5 inches in diameter. The front door speakers measure four inches by five inches. The rear speakers measure five inches by seven inches.
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If there are two conductors leading to the switch, just disconnect them both from the switch, strip them to the bare wire, and short them together. If that doesn't work, tape them apart and try that. If there is only one conductor leading to the switch, it either needs to be stripped and bolted directly to the transaxle body, or disconnected and isolated completely. Y'know, that switch is there for a damned good reason. Have ya tried just replacing the switch? Just don't start the car in gear PLEASE. Is it automatic? Make sure your PNRDL stick ain't lying to you.
The speakers are located at floor level near the door on the left and right side of the car. They are not on the door, they are inside the car. The trim on the inside of the car near where the bottom of the door would be needs to be removed on both sides of the vehicle. Locate each screw and remove them. Then you should be able to pull the interior floor covering out of the way so you can then access them. The rear speakers are a pain to get to. You have to remove the back seat so you can pull up the carpeting and access the screws. on my 94 corsica i needed a torx bit to remove 3 screws on either side of the back rest, a stubby Philips screwdriver for the speakers, and a huge flathead screwdriver to use as a sort of pry bar. Once the screws are out go through the trunk and use the large flathead to get leverage on the metal tabs holding the seats in place, while another person wiggles the seat free on both sides. I have a 96 corsica and it was not necessary to remove the torx bolts. I just laid down in the trunk, braced my self on the floor, and shoved up really hard on the seatback and it popped right off. Got it back on the same way. Also, my rear deck speakers were held in place with 7mm hex head screws. The deck carpeting was very difficult to pull up. I had to first unscrew the third brakelight fixture in the rear window, and then I had to pry the carpeting up off the deck. You don't need to pull it all the way off, just high enough to get your tools in there.
The belt tensioner on a 91 Corsica 2.2L with an aftermarket AC isreplaced by loosening the retaining bolt and pushing the tensionerto the side. The belt can then be taken off, the tensioner removed,and a new one bolted into position.
Answer . The hazard flasher is for a '91 corsica is located in the convenience center. The turn signal flasher relay is behind the dash panel left of the steering column.
Answer . \nPROM. Answer . \nand you can only get them from a junk yard or a dealer
I thought i needed to buy new ignition lock but if you take your VIN vehicle identification number to your gm dealer with registration and drivers licence they will contact head office and tell them the key code for new keys to be made for 20.00 not 300.00 with labour. This may be true but keep in mind if you have aftermarket locks or the locks have already been changed by prvious owner due to simmalar problem, or mechanical problem with locks themslves you will not beable to get keys from dealer unless you buy new lock tumblers, or pay a lock smith to rekey your car.
Answer . \nYou don't need a diagram. Just remove the inlet and outlet heater hoses going from the engine compartment to the heater core. Now connect these two hoses together using a coupler. Do not just plug these hoses, or the engine will overheat, connect them together as described.
Answer . My 95 with the 3.1 V6 has a 15.2 gal tank. It should be in the owners manual under car specs
Answer . \npull off door panal, theres 2 or three screws you have to remove, and if its manual windows pop the arm off then it just comes down to poping the plastic clips that hold the panal on. speaker just has two wires to it and is real easy to disconnect and install
it's the pully,right next to the power steering pump pully,there are two pully's that look like a small school bell,they are in the middle.The one on the left is the tensioner.You need to get a socket that fits in there and pull it to the right,to get the slack.It's best to take the washer fluid/coolant box out for more room,it's only three little bolts. If your wanting to get right at the tensioner,unbolt the bell pully,and under it is the plate,it takes an allen key to get it off,and when the plate is removed you will get at the spring. Hope this helps.
Answer . \nThey are near the front headlights, under the front bumper. You Can see them if you look.
If you have a 2.2 engine ( 4 cyl. ) it is located under the ignition module at the back of the engine . Follow the plug wires to the coils, under the coils is the module under that is the crank sensor.
Answer . \nI signed up on ALLDATA.COM for my Corsica, it is an online tech manual just for your car, it has diagrams, exploded view and just about everything you can imagine for your vehicle.\nT HEMPLE
Answer . the size of the tire is located on the id sticker on the drivers side door jam. the size is also in the owners manual.. not 100 percent but believe they are 185/70/r14 tires
Answer . Yes. On the underside of the dash panel, approximately above your left knee, is a black female connector plug. This is called the ALDL plug, and is where techs plug in their diagnostic instruments. But GM was kind to us poor-boys, and built in a method to extract the basic fault codes that the car's engine computer (ECM) sets. Here's the procedure: You want to jumper pins A and B. That should be the two upper right pins as you look at the plug. 1. With power off, jumper pin A to pin B (A bent metal paper clip works fine.) 2. Turn the ignition to ON but DO NOT start the vehicle. 3. The Service Engine Soon (SES) light should flash code 12 (1 flash, pause, 2 quick flashes) 4. After a longer pause, code 12 should repeat two more times. 5. If there are any codes stored in the ECM they will follow Code 12. 5a. Codes are two digit, and are indicated by flashes of the SES light. For instance three blinks--pause--four blinks = code 34. One blink--pause--six blinks=Code 16. If multiple codes are set, they will flash lower numbers first, and repeat the sequence of numbers several times. If you Google "GM OBD 1 Codes" there are many sites with lists of what the codes mean. GM says you should address the problems indicated by the lower code numbers first. 6. If no other codes have been stored then Code 12 will continue to repeat until the jumper is disconnected. 7. Incidentally, this diagonostic should also cause the cooling fan to run, testing the wiring, the fan relay, and the cooling fan (radiator) motor. Good Luck !
4x6 in the front (dash mount) . 6x9 in the rear kick panels (2 door ONLY). 6 1/2" round in the rear doors (4 door ONLY)
Answer . \nmy 3.1 corsica's fuse box is on the drivers side as soon as you open the door it's there. part of the dash.
I know on an 89 Beretta The ignition control module in on the block underneath the front exhaust manifold...I changed the module and plug wires and it seemed to be ok for me. The ICM is where the spark plug wires come from. Try to get new spark plug wires that make a better seal and make sure the connectors are plugged into well and there isn't any corrosion. Hope this helps.
Answer . Stalling when stopping can be a sign of a bad lock-up torque converter solenoid. But if it stalls while in park, it may also be a very bad vacuum leak, especially if it idles rough. I am assuming it has good plugs and plug wires.
I have a 2007 sonata and it has 6.5 in speakers front and rear. The tweeter appears to be 3/4". You can install 5.25 speakers with the proper adapter ring.
you can get at the rear ones by taking the black mat off when the top is up and pop new 5 1/4"'s in. and the grills for the front doors pop off and 5 1/4"'s there too. not sure on the dash thou still figuring that out just got my 3 1/2'''s for it
For a 1991 Chevrolet Corsica : My Chilton's Auto Repair Manual shows : ( 15.6 U.S. gallons )
Connect the wiring harness to the back of your new speakers. Securethe speakers into place with the retaining screws. Put the speakercover on and secure it into place.
Its right by the rear exhaust manifold downpipe. If you follor your fire wall directly down, almost dead center, you will see it. it will be hard to get out, and you also have to buy a special socket.
Not easy... one needs to remove the complete dash cover. There are several Phillips type screws at the windshield vents. Then there are several 10 mm bolts on the underside bottom of the dash on each side. I was able to lift up the whole dash just enough to get my arm up under the speaker locations to get the four nut head screws out. If I had to do this again I would bypass the old speakers and install new ones in a different location. Took all day and my arms looked like I was trying to get angry cats in a gunny sack!
5 1/4 inches. I have a 1995, and just replaced mine with Alpine sps-500 type r
They have 6x8's in each of the doors, but they are acualty 6x8 plates with Alpine five and a quarter mid woofers and a separate tweeter, under the back baffle board there is two Alpine 6x8's woofers on a low pass frequency indepently amplified, also there is two three and a half inch inch speakers in the center console.
The speakers in the doors of a 1994 Nissan Pathfinder are 5x7inches. The rear pillar speakers are 6.5 inches.
They are five inches in diameter, I accidently purchased six inch speakers for my lebaron and found that they were five inch.
Drain gas out of the old tank. Use a proper receptacle. Loosen theclamp. Pull the hose off at allow gas to run out. Remove the fuellines and drop the rear suspension. Support the rear suspensionwheel to allow you lower the heavy parts slowly. Disconnect thebrake lines. Remove the straps holding the tank. Remove the tankand install aÃnew tank.
Listed in your owner's manaul and on the driver's door post. If not there, go to. www.tirerack.com.
The speakers in a 1991 Lincoln Town Car are 6x8 speakers. These arealso called 5X7/6x8 speakers. Regular 5x7 speakers should also fitfine in this vehicle.
As with any type of car there are wheel options that come with or are available for different models or trim levels, therefore different tire sizes for those wheels. . 1994. Chevrolet Corsica. 15 Inch Wheel Package. Front and Rear Tires. P205/60R15. 1994. Chevrolet Corsica. Base Model. Front and Rear Tires. P185/75R14. 1994. Chevrolet Corsica. Base Model. Front and Rear Tires. P195/70R14.
It should have a total of four speakers. Mine, which is a 95 and probably the same setup as yours, Had 2 4x6 inch speakers in the kick panel, and two 6x9's on the back deck. Have fun with replacing the speakers in the back, because you have to pull the back seat. I replaced the ones I had in my kick panels with 6 1/2 inch speakers, which required some fabrication but it made a whole hell of a lot of difference.
4 speakers total. 1 speaker is on the drivers side near wheelbase and door, and another on the passengers side in same spot. For factory these front speakers are a 2 speaker system consisting of a Midrange speaker with a tweeter resting above. The other two are behind the slight headrest of the back seats about 4 or so inches away from the rear middle brake light. For factory these speakers are single speakers and both are subwoofers.
SIZE TIRES, that You can fit on: 14" rims: 235/60/14 15" rims: 215/60/15 16" rims: 225/50/16 17" rims: 235/45/17
four. Two 4" speakers in the dash, and two 6x9's in the rear. The ones in the dash are really difficult to get to. You have to remove the whole dash. (:
The Corsica is 4 x 6 in the front and 6 x 9 in the rear
the dinger box is right before the kick panel above the glove box on the right side on the passenger side its a little box you cant miss it jayburg214 MN-12 guy
have a look at www.crutchfield.com It's a great site to buy audio gear. Also a great place to gather info.
hum, around 5.25 inches(circle) usually a 3 screw setup instead of 4(4 screws usually means you have fun ;) )
1990-93 Acura Integra's the door speaker size's are 6.5" - 6 1/2. and for the rear if you are asking for trouble or a lot of work, you'll be able to drop in 6x9's but i prefer 6.5's and a sub (Y)
The front speakers are composed of a set of component speakers, a 6.5" diameter with a 3.5" mounting depth along with a 1" tweeter with a 1" mounting depth. The back speakers are composed of a set of coaxial speakers with a 6.5" diameter with a 3.5" mounting depth. It also includes an 8" subwoofer with a 4" mounting depth. If you are replacing the speakers just get a set of 6.5" component speakers along with a set of 6.5" coaxial speakers. You don't need to worry about replacing the subwoofer.
If the check engine light is on, or has been on, have the codes read, they may help lead you to the problem.
Front: 6-1/2" . Rear: 6" x 9" . Front door: 6-1/2" . Rear side panel: 6" x 9"
For a 1991 Ford Explorer : ( BCI group size 65 ) Such as the Motorcraft BXT-65-650 ( 650 cold cranking amps )
No, it has a throttle body fuel injection system (TBFI). It may look like a carburetor but it is not. The injector is mounted inside the throttle body that looks like a carburetor.
The size of a speaker is in inches, if it a round speaker it is the Diameter(distance across). If the speaker is oval, it it's width x length in inches.(examples- 6 x 9 oor 5 x 7)
You could have the 2.3 liter , 4 cylinder , or the 3.0 liter or 4.0 liter V6 You also could have the 2.9 liter V6 engine
There are seven steps on how to replace the EGR valve in a 91 Chevy Corsica. Some of the step-by-step instructions are disconnect the car battery, unhook the air supply hose, and remove the EGR mounting mounting bolts with a socket wrench.