How do remove and replace the ignition switch of a 1983 Oldsmobile Regency?
Check firing order Two of the plug wires are crossed.
Depends on the model
Oldsmobile Didn't produce a V6 Cruiser in 1983 only a V8 350 or 307..there isn't a firing order to an engine that wasn't built...
Check on the internet
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zero if you do not wheels on it
Every 1980 through 1984 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight had a 5 liter (307 cu. in. Oldsmobile) V-8 with Rochester QuadraJet (4 barrel) carb.
307, 350, 400, 455
Knowing the firing order of an engine is an important part of owning a car. The firing order of a 1983 Oldsmobile Regency V8 is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2.
disconnect the battery, jack the car's front end up or put on a lift. locate the starter and remove the two bolts. then remove the two wires ,reconnect wires to starter,then lift starter and rebolt,reconnect battery and your on your way not a hard job a front end lift or auto lift sure does help
Depends on the engine. I believe they are different body styles so it's unlikely that the sheet metal would swap.
what wires do i need to hook up to the alternator
on the front of the carb it is a small in line filter right where it hooks up
Many auto parts stores such as Autozone and Advance Auto Parts have the equipment to test starters and will test them for you at no charge.
If Mechanical (Carb) look at the front lower area of engine -- follow fuel lines
More than likely a metric TH200. Maybe a TH350 if you're lucky.
For starters electronic ignition was added to the GL1100, as well as a larger1085cc engine during the 1980 to 1983 model years
no, unless you raise the suspension with a lift kit.
if there is power, change coil. if there isn't power, change battery
If the engine is stock it is either a 3.8 V6, 5.0 V8, or a 5.7 V8 diesel
No such animal, unless you're referring to the diesel 350. Oldsmobile 350 gas engine production ended in 1980. Sorry, but I know nothing of the diesel 350; perhaps someone else will come along and provide an answer for that motor.
try the coil pack. make sure there are no bare wires rubbing. try the coil pack. make sure there are no bare wires rubbing.
The Haynes manual or Chilton manuals will both have those diagrams. They are available at most auto parts stores.