38L is 10.04 US gallons.
on the crank behind the front cover
it's located on the firewall right in back of the intake
Not very easily if at all, and why would you want to?
They always blow the head gaskets between 70 and 100 thousand miles.
A haynes manual...
If you mean 3.8 Litre engine, the answer is 200 horsepower, from the factory. 225 lb/ft of torque.
You can safely put 2ml into the 10l aquarium
there should be a sticker under the hood of the car that tells you what the gapping should be. .60
76l for the first fish and 38l for each additional fish so 266 litres.
Fuel injected. fuel injected. the 3.8 liter was never carb. it was in the 80's in other GM vehicles
Remove fan blades... Remove alternator Remove water pump Remove the timing cover. Mark the location of the camshaft in relation to a spot on the engine block so you can line it up correctly. Unbolt the top gear from the camshaft (DO NOT SPIN THE CAM). remove the gear and the chain will come off with it. Put the new chain around the cam gear, slide it onto the crank gear and then slide it back onto the camshaft (it's keyed and notched, so you should be able to line it up with your chalk mark. scrape the block and sand down to the metal where the timing cover meets the block. do the same to the timing cover. apply RTV sealant and get the new timing cover gasket, then put the cover back into place and replace the bolts... Replace the water pump gasket using the same scraping / sanding / rtv method as above and install the water pump. Install alternator and belt, tension the belt properly. You should be good to go... You'll probably need to re-time the engine as the old chain I'm sure had some flex in it.
Five quarts including filter. My owners manual says 5.75, including filter. My experience agrees with the extra .75 quarts! :)
Divide 10 by 38. _ _ ._ _ 38l 100 38 can't go into 10 so add a decimal+zero Then do your basic division. This was coming from a 6th grader.
One of the best places to start could be a dealership. If you don't want to go that route you can always look it up using a Haynes or Chilton repair manuals.
haynes repair manuals are good but you can go to autozone.com and they have online repair manuels as well it a good site for a lot of information on repair work.
It shouldn't idle that high the factory idle setting is around 900 RPM's check to make sure nothing is sticking and check vacuum lines. Good luck fixing your problem.
The mass air flow sensor is located in the throttle body housing on the 3800 engine. There should be 4 screws that hold it down to the housing. Once they screws are removed, the sensor lifts off of the throttle body.
There is not significant difference between rest cardiac output but during the load amateur heart pumps 18-24 l/min, professional heart pumps 32-38l/min.
Yes you can, you will need to buy a y pipe either at autozone or your nearest parts store. You will also need to buy 2 mufflers flowmasters are my choice but you decide what you want. then buy some cool tips and there you go.
Where was the leak coming from? the coolant has some pathways that go to the intake. that's to warm up the air.the most important question is where the coolant was leaking from?
Yes , on a 1998 Ford Windstar the fuel pump shut off switch ( inertia switch ) is in the drivers footwell behind the kick panel by the drivers left foot , by the inside hood release ( there is an access hole in the panel )
Had the same problem years ago, same year, model. Found the cable at NAPA auto supply, about $30, much cheaper than the GM dealer. Couldn't do the replacement myself, had to have a mechanic do it (it was a B***H). Still cheaper in the long run this way.
What year is the gtp, if 95 or newer yes, if gtp is in the 80's then no due to pollution restrictions today, and may have to change the computers from each vehicle. Each computer is set to specs for the engine it controls.