how to change steering column on 86 pontiac bonneville
The 1986 Pontiac Parisienne Brougham has a 4.3L V6 engine that is able to produce up to 130 horsepower. Its seating capacity is six.
Buy a kit at Wal-Mart or auto parts comes with instructions
Defective Heater Resistor Pack.
Loosen the dash and pull out the complete heater box after you have disconnected the heater hose from the firewall...........
This is a 307 cubic inch Oldsmobile engine. It was produced with both cast iron exhaust manifolds and stainless steel exhaust manifolds.
It's in the heater core housing.
You need to clean or change your heater core Also check your rad cap to be sure that it holds the pressure change it every 2 years minimum
I'm not sure if this may be YOUR problem but when I was having my battery discharge on me, I ended up disconnecting the passengers electric seat. Again, I'm not even sure if that was the problem or if it's your problem either, but it seemed to work for mine.
Nothing, the GTA didn't come out until 1987.
I doubt it very much as they change electronics about every year.
The 1986 Pontiac Fiero GT, was priced at $12,875-$12,999 which was nearly $4,000 more than the base model.
can I buypass the rear heater valve and run two heater 1986 gmc van
The bellhousing, the starter, the exhaust manifords, maybe the flexplate (flywheel) and the computer, and probably the motor mounts. I'm not sure if the V6 crossmember that the motor mounts bolt to will have to be changed or not. I guess it might.
check the fuse or the ground on the heater
This is a large job and requires a manual, and removal of the engine from the car to do properly.
To change out the heater-core in a 1986 F-150, you must access the old heater-core through the glove box. You must remove the glove box by removing the screws that hold it in. Once this is accomplished, you must loosen the clamps on the hoses that are connected to the old heater-core unit. Then remove the hoses from the old heater-core and slide the old heater-core out through the opening where the glove box use to be. Install the new one using these instructions in reverse! Presto...installed! Mechanic Man
1986 Pontiac Firebird 2.8 Liter Firing Order
The 1986 Firebird came with either a 2.8L V6 or a 5.0L V8