mass air flow sensor clean it with Qd electronic cleaner worked for me had he same problem with a 93 cutlassciera. runs great now
There is no transmission drain plug. You have to drop the entire pan to change the fluid. Always change the filter while you have the pan off and clean any metal shavings from the pan.
Whatever he wants to consider a clean driving record.
A clean driving record would be a record that is free from accidents, moving violations, tickets in general, and one that has no points.
Come clean. Admit, ask for forgiveness.
I'd suspect a vacuum leak or a problem with the EGR valve, but if I were working on it I wouldn't replace anything until I've had a chance to check into it further. Clean the air intake mass air flow sensor with carb cleaner. . How can you crank it "in gear"??? You got sensor problems.
clean it out, just dont mistake it for a Tootsie roll
A driving licence
we can clean the air do not using more disal patrol i mean when we are driving we should use the gas with that
When driving in adverse conditions, clean the snow off of your car before you begin driving. Defrost the front and back windshields.
GEICO has the lowest auto insurance rates for a forty year old driver with a clean driving record\
The word "clean" can be an adjective when used like this: I like driving my clean car. In this case, "clean" is used to describe the car, making it an adjective.
I would contact the dealer because it could be a mistake
Start with how many years you have been driving. Then let them know how many years you have been driving professionaly. If you have a clean DMV record, please mention this as well. Don't lie. If you have a clean driving record, say so. If you don't -- well, you are probably wasting your time filling out an application for this job.
Pull over and clean it up!
Clean driver's license, no convictions.
Have the battery checked but it is most likely the cable connections, they become corroded over time and wont allow sufficient power to start the motor. Be sure you have a solid ground ( black wire ) clean it and tighten it if need be, and clean and tighten the red one, follow it down to where it connects to the starter and do the same. The click you hear is the starter relay so the car " wants " to start but i think it is lacking adequite voltage.
NO,, They share all this information between the states now days. You driving record is your driving record no matter what state you go too.
Remove the 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass intake manifold retaining bolts. The manifold will come off. Remove the old gasket. Clean the surface. Put the new intake gasket and tighten the intake manifold retaining bolts.
Not if it's a CLEAN record!
I have been driving since 1980 and I have a clean driving license. I have driven in the USA and my experience in driving from Florida to California in 1991 has given me the confidence over driving and I enjoy this very much. I have also driven in the United Kingdom and now in Toronto. I have a G Licence.
Some companies will require it, some may not. Check with your administrator to find out what their policy is regarding your driving history.
I had a 1965 EL COMINO my insurance was $21.00 a month, of coarse clean driving record So it really depends on your driving record.
Try turning the radio off before turning the car off. If this doesn't work, check the assembly at the base of the antenna for a sensor switch for gunk and clean it off. Don't ask me where it is, because I don't have the schematics for the antenna assembly on a 1992 Cutlass Ciera handy at this moment. If this doesn't work, the easiest "fix" is to wait until the antenna goes all the way up, then clip the power lead to the antenna motor. Just make sure you don't clip the antenna lead. This will keep the antenna up all the time. Next cheapest route is to replace the whole antenna assembly, motor and all. I would recommend getting a cheap $5 standard antenna from a local auto parts store and do away with the "convenience" of the automatic retractable antenna.