the egr valve may be bad call a parts store they should be able to tell you
under the hood in the main fuse box by the pcm (drivers side has fuse box written on it) look under the lid of the box and it will tell exactly which relay it is
It is on the passenger side fuse box it will tell you in the owners manuel
If you have an owners manual, it will tell you in that.
Yes and it should be in your fuse block. Chances are that it is a relay fuse and you won't be able to tell if it is blown or not.
Check your owners manual, it will tell you in that.
Check for a fuse in fuse block marked gauges.
check your fuses, your owners manual will tell you the location of the fuse.
you can do it one of 3 ways one get a haynes manual 2 get a chilton or you should be able to find a fuse diagram on the fuse cover to tell you where it is
it is under hood on drivers side fuse box!
it should very well be in the fuse box under the dash look at the back of the cover panel and it should tell you which one it is good luck
Fuel pressure test. Of course if it is not running, fuse and relay are good then it is bad.
car will have a hard time starting, or more commonly will not start at all
If that is an automatic transmission, pull the dipstick and read it, it will tell what fluid to use.
i have a 89 Chevy lumina but im fairly certaint ur fus is going to be located in same place wich there is a fuse box under the hood there it should have 3 or 4 big block size fuses mine was one of them it should tell you on the fuse pannel its self
Accessory Fuse. If you have a manual, it'll tell you exactly which access. fuse it is if you have more than one, otherwise, resort to the old pull and look method. In case you don't know how to tell if the fuse is blown, there's a metal arch in the fuse, and if the arch isn't complete, the fuse is blown.
your OWNERS MANUAL will tell you' if you can read, that 5W30 is the required viscosity for the engine
The first thing to check would be the fuse. You can find this by looking in the owners manual for your car. It should tell you where the fuse box is and which particular fuse is for the rear defrost. If that turns our to be the problem just replace the fuse, but if it blows again you most likely have bad wiring.
You will have to remove the fuel pump relay or the fuse for the fuel pump. You did not say what year it was, so I can't tell you where it is. SORRY.
Look in the fuse box. It is usually a round looking or square block. On the fuse box panel when you pull it off it should tell you where the signal flasher is located in the box.
Yes ( and if you tell me what year and model it is , I might be able to tell you the fuse number )
Look in your owners manual if you have it and if you don't go see the Chevy parts man and he can tell you which one it is.
A relay does not have a fuse. The circuit for the particular relay is fused. You can tell if the fuse is blown by testing it with an ohm meter.
someone plz tell me wat a fuse box is