No, you do not have to remove the engine.
what will cause a transmission in a 1992 buick lasebre to shrudderas and stall engine
Attached to the rear of the engine is the transmission. There is a filler tube coming out of the transmission and it usually has a red dipstick that you remove to add fluid. Dexron 3 is the fluid to be added.
Depends on the engine
between the transmission and the transmission housing
The torque converter is between the engine and transmission.The torque converter is between the engine and transmission.
Depends on model and engine
If you remove the pan, you will see the filter up in the transmission.
Depends on the engine the Park Avenue had in it.
it should be on the side of the transmission with a black rubber tube from the engine leading to it
As long as it has a Buick/Olds/Pontiac bolt pattern on it, it will fit!
Dexron vi Remove and examine the transmission dip stick. It will tell you what fluid is required.
It has 2 nuts in the bottom of the frame and three bolts on the transmission case
Need more information as to the make and model. Some are easy some are hard. No set rule. i have a 2002 buick regal ls is trying to find out how to intall a transmission for it.
the red dipstick towards the backside of the engine
i belive its on the back side of the engine bolts to the transmission
No, just the sub frame.
Two for tranny and two for engine.
The Buick that was supercharged was called the Ultra. On the engine there is another unit mounted on top of the engine. It is driven by a separate belt from the drive shaft. The engine without the supercharger has only one serpentine belt.
Because it is a Transverse Front wheel drive car, the easiest and I prutty sure the only way is to Pull the entire Engine and Transmission Unit out as one part then once you have them out of the car taking the transmission apart from the engine is all down hill, this is a big job so beware.
Pull on it, its just stuck.
You will find the ICM directly below the coils. Just remove the coils and you will be able to remove it. This is on a 1990 Buick Century V6 3300 engine. If you have a different engine I cannot confirm the location.