It could be anything from a shot bearing, bad or bent tie-rod or stabilizer, to just a common alignment problem. Best thing to do is take it to a local shop and ask them what is causing the problem. Any good reputable shop will usually take the time to quickly diagnose a problem for you and suggest what you might be able to do to fix the problem. -Kyle Slipdunk2@hotmail.com
Water may leak through a fan box on a Chevy Corsica if the water pump has broken. Another cause may be that debris clogged one of the drain holes.
The cause of the front tire leaning out comes from needing new ball bearings. It could also mean you need wheel bearings.
check the soleinoid
Leak in heater core
Yes they can ! They can get stopped up and not run, I had a chevy corsica that did that. If not careful they can catch on fire.
Heater core is leaking. Air Conditioner drain hose is plugged.
It really needs to be checked out but it probably is the blower votor.
You need to have it checked for codes. If you fix the cause of the codes the light will stay off.
could be the catalytic converter or it might need a new transmission.
Probably a fuse. I didn't think they were on the same circuit but they could be. check that first.
either both bulbs burnt out highbeam only or you need a headlight switch (controls signals, cruise(if it has it), and headlights)
front struts berings
No. If you are not getting fuel its either the fuel pump, relay or your out of gas. That's about all that can cause this and I have changed ALOT ot these pumps.Ray
Mine is doing that. I have a '92. I have not looked into the matter yet but I believe it is a wheel cylinder that has a sticking piston.
A front popping on the left of a 98 Blazer could be the brakes, steering, or wheel bearing. Check all three to find the cause.
low on oil, crankshaft and bearings bad
Brakes are shot or a wheel bearing is bad.
check the fuses. Same thing with my 96 corsica, along with a few other instruments.
There are a couple of reasons why a 1992 Chevrolet Corsica may cut off after being driven for a long period. One reason would be a bad solenoid. A trusted mechanic can determine the cause of the problem.
Hi, i had a 95 Chevy corsica that did the same thing. Check out the timing belt. It may be off. . :)
Tire(s) out of balance/old, bent wheel, etc.
There are two long air filters in the passenger side glove box. These will definitely cause air flow problems in the front if they are dirty.
Try tapping lightly on your cellanoid (located just under the front bumper on driver's side of center). MtLittletree55