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Corsica is an island in the Mediterranean. It is north of Sardinia. Ajaccio is the capital, on the Eastern side of the Island.
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How do you change a belt in a 1990 Corsica?

First and foremost, make sure you have a diagram before removing the old belt. If there isn�t one under the hood, get out the pencil and paper and draw it out labeling the pullies and arrows pointing to the direction the belt travels on them. Save this paper in the glove compartment when the jo (MORE)

Can you put a 1988 Corsica engine into a 1996 Corsica?

Answer . (Licenced Technician)--Not likely. 1996 vehicles are built to OBD-II emissions standards, and have very specific sensor requirements and locations, as well as completely different computer systems. Besides that, in 1988, the engine displacements were either 2.0L L4 or 2.8L V6, and in 199 (MORE)

How do you add antifreeze to 1993 Corsica?

Answer . First off, if you are having to add coolant, then you have a leak that needs to be repaired. Add coolant on a cold engine by removing the radiator cap and filling the radiator to the top. Fill the recovery reservoir to the cold full mark. Start the engine and let it run until no air bub (MORE)

How do you reset the valves on a 1992 Corsica?

I would not advice you do that it is a complex job and if not done right the lock nut will back off the stud and cause the push rod to be pus out of place .They may break which will result you taking off the head of the engine.Contact a mechanic

1992 Chevy Corsica?

what can make car sometimes have trouble starting then sometimes start right up and then sometimes drive good down the road and sometimes cut out please help

What is a governor on a 96 Chevy Corsica?

Answer . The only governor I can think of is part of the automatic transmission the helps to control the shift points at which the transmission changes gear ratios.

Where is Corsica?

\n. \nFrance\n. \n Answer \n. \nCorsica is an island in the Mediterranean Sea just north of Sardinia.

Which country does Corsica belong to?

Corsica is usually considered one of the 26 régions of France , although strictly speaking Corsica is a " territorial collectivity " ( collectivité territoriale ) by law. As a territorial collectivity, it enjoys powers slightly more important than other French régions , but for the mo (MORE)

Corsica Won't start but backfires?

Sounds like a timing problem. Your belt may have slipped or broke. try to remove part of the front cover over the belt and look as someone trys to start it. if the belt doesn't move, it's broke. You can also chech the timing by turning the motor by hand until the timing marks are lined up. the numbe (MORE)

How do you install a thermostat for 1992 Corsica?

Installing a thermostat on a 1992 Chevrolet Corsica is very easy todo. First, follow the upper radiator hose to the thermostat. Then,you will disconnect the hose and drain it. After the hose isdrained, take off the two bolts holding the thermostat housing inplace. After the bolts are removed, take t (MORE)

Corsica is part of what European country?

Corsica, is an island located near the southeastern part of Francein the Mediterranean sea. Itâ??s best known for being the home ofNapoleon I. Before annexation by France, it was under the authorityof the Republic of Genoa.

Who was a patriot of Corsica?

In 1755 the Corsican patriot Pascal Paoli was proclaimed General of the Corsican Nation. Before being forced out by the French in 1769, Paoli founded a university, and introduced a democratic constitution, with all men over 25 eligible to vote.

Where is the EGR valve on a Chevy Corsica?

The EGR valve if the hood is open and you looking from the front it should be on the top right side of the motor twards the back its the highest thing sticking up it will have a plug with a brown black and purple wire going into it

What languages are spoken in Corsica?

Being a blend of both French and Italian cultures, Corsicans dospeak both languages. However, they do have their own nativedialect which utilises both languages. French. About 65% of the population in Corsica speak french. no they only speak french.

When was Saint Julia of Corsica born?

Julia was born either late in the 6th century or very early in the 7th. She died as a martyr between 616 and 620. Not only is the date of her birth unknown, there is still an uncertainly in which century she lived. Some point to the 5th century, with her being sold as a slave in 489 AD when her city (MORE)

Size tires for a 94 Corsica?

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

Where is the corsica?

The island of Corsica is located in the Mediterranean Sea. Thecoordinates are 42 degrees 9' N, 9 degrees 5' E. It is situatedsoutheast of the mainland of France and west of Italy.

Where in France is Corsica?

Corsica is a large island in the mediterranean sea, south of the French-italian border. A beautiful place

Is Corsica a country?

Corsica is an island in the Mediterranean Sea. It is located west of Italy. At one point it was Italian under the state of Genoa. When the Corsicans attempted to rebel in the late 1700s, Genoa secretly sold it to France. It did manage to declare independence and itself a Republic, only to lose that (MORE)

What do people eat in Corsica?

They eat a main diet of Snails and a lot of sea food. They are very healthy people who like to cook Gama food. Hope this helps. I live in Corsica and I love it.

Is Corsica is a French department?

Corsica is a French region. It used to be a departement and it now divided into two departements 'Corse du Sud' (main town Ajaccio) and 'Haute Corse' (main town Bastia)

Is French still spoken in Corsica?

French is the main language in Corsica, and is spoken by nearly everyone. Corsican is still taugh on a voluntary basis, and is sort of a "protected" language, but it is an endangered language which is not widely spoken nor understood.

Is Ajaccio a French city?

Yes, Ajaccio is a French city. It is the hometown of Emperor Napoleon, and is located in Corsica, a large island in the Mediterranean sea.

Is Corsica apart of France?

Corsica is a large island in the Mediterranean. The laws there are the same than in mainland France, but the regional council had been granted a (slightly) larger degree of autonomy than a regular French region. People speak French, a small proportion of the elderlies also speak Corsican. This is a (MORE)

How can you get to Corsica via Paris?

The easiest way is to board a plane from the Paris-Orly airport, to either Bastia or Ajaccio. Air France has several daily liaisons to both towns. This is about one and a half hour flight from Paris.

How do you tell what year Corsica you have?

you have to get a bucket of soap and water an sing 'ohh merry christmas' while cleaning you car the knock on your neighbours door and run away..THIS IS REAL, TRUST ME IT WORKS

Where is Cyprus and corsica?

in the European/Mediterranean region Corsica is west of Italy and Cyprus is south of Turkey - Both in the Mediterranean Sea.

Does Corsica border France?

Corsica is part of France. It is a large island in the Mediterranean sea, about 150 miles south-east off the French riviera (the Nice and Cannes area).

What ocean is corsica in?

Corsica is not in any ocean. It is in the Mediterranean sea in the northern part of the branch known as the Tyrrhenian sea.

What separates Corsica and Sardinia?

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What was the Chevy Corsica named after?

The Chevy Corsica is named after an island off the coast of France. Besides being a tourist destination, it is widely known for its rally race. You can find more names at the MSN website.

Why Did Romans Invade Corsica?

The Romans seized both Corsica and Sardinia from Carthage soon after it won the First Punic War (264-241 BC) which she fought against the Carthaginians, taking advantage of Carthage having to fight against a rebellion of her mercenary soldiers. It did so because of their important strategic position (MORE)

What country separates Corsica and Sardinia?

There is no country between Corsica and Sardinia. Corsica belongs to France and Sardinia belongs to Italy. They are two islands that are very close to each other, only separated by The Strait of Bonifacio.