the thermistat is located inside the upper radiator hose, where it connects to the motor. have the car off and cold. just unbolt it and pull the old w/gasket. replace with new and gasket. bolt in. the attach hose. top off antifreeze
How do you change the heater core on a 1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera? or where can I get the Info on replaceing it
An exploded view of the heater controls for a 1989 Olds Cutlass can be found in the Cutlass service manual. The manual can be found at most auto parts.
By the fuel tank , left side where the filler tube is.
where is the horn relay
4.5 or 4 1/2 quarts..
You may want to consider replacing the thermostat.
The 1989 Cutlass Ciera modern production spark plugs are pre-gapped from the factory and should not be altered. The OEM AC Delco Professional Platinum #41805 for this engine comes pre-gapped at .045 inches for reference purposes.
folow your top radiator hose to the engine that is where the thermo stat will be at you will probly have to remove your air cleaner and throttle body to get at the thermostat housing
Usually up under the dash on the right side of the ashtray.
Unplug it, then unscrew it, then install a new one. A special tool is available that's basically a bent-up 9/16" wrench.
The body was basically the same on the Ciera from 1989-1996, so any parts from one of those years should work
If it's the 3.1L, then it's 1-2-3-4-5-6.
air conditioner eliminator pulley from autozone.com
Underneath your hood, behind the passenger side headlight, behind the core support
First thing I would do if its leaking is to try to put some stop leak in it. And if that fails then you have to replace it. NOTE: Be careful when removing panels so you won
R12 unless it has been retrofitted. I would suggest have it changed, as the cost of R12 is prohibitive.
Unplug the wire on the side,remove the screw on it,,pull it off and replace with new one.
1-6-5-4-3-2 Look at the link I posted.
thermostat is located under radiator cap!
This is an easy one... Is the fluid green? if it is, it's coolant.. if not, its brake fluid.
where do I find it