Place the starter into the starter position and secure it with the starter retaining bolts. Connect the starter cables to the front of the starter.
On the bottom of the motor.
there are 3 in the front and 3 in the back of the motor near the fire wall
That is 31,000 ml
The best way to find out is go to your local auto parts store, ask for a haynes or chiltons manual on your vehicle. This will tell you everything you need to know about working on your vehicle.
All O2 sensors are located on the exhaust system. Start at the exhaust manifold and work your way backward, and count them.
Does it have a miss? check plugs and wires. Also a possibility of a bad throttle position sensor.
31L is 310 deciliters.
depends on the age and quality
hahaha.... bleeh bio 31L bro?
I have a 92 lumina with a 3.1 and I found the crank sensor to be located on the passenger side of the engine in the back of the engine NOT on the side of the engine below the knock sensor. Hello, in my experience, all O2 sensors are located in the exhaust just after the manifold. It appears easy enough to change. If it is the crank position sensor you are looking for, take a look around the main pulley at the bottom of the engine, you may see a square-ish component located close to the actual pulley wheel, this would be the crank position sensor, it should have wires connected to it.
No, I just recently was on a CRJ-900 that took off 31L.
You can remove the throttle body. It is then so much easier to get to the bolts for the thermostat housing.
123456 is the firing order from the GM HAYNES REPAIR MANUEL
The best way to find out is go to your local auto parts store, ask for a haynes or chiltons manual on your vehicle. This will tell you everything you need to know about working on your vehicle. It is a delicate job, make sure nothing falls into the motor & use the proper torque specs & sequence on your bolts otherwise you will crack or warp the aluminum manifolds.
Runway 13R/31L = 14,572 ft 13L/31R = 10,000 ft 4L/22R = 11,351 ft 4R/22L = 8,400 ft
Unfortunatly you haven't alot of choices for the alt. your vehicle is equipped with a CS130D 100A factory #10480119 or 10480071, GM only produced CS103D's up to 105 Amp, I would suggest as a licensed mechanic and alt rebuilder, your better bet is to get a battery that has a longer reserve capacity. Just remember an alternator is not a battery charger , its actually designed and meant to maintain the battery .
I have the same issue it is the map sensor
The original runways (that I know of) are: 1L 7L 31R (8000ft at the time) 31L (9500ft) 1R (Closed in the 50s) 7R (Closed in the 60s) 4 (8000ft now 4L, 1949) 4R (Added 1959)
Try to prime the vehicle. 3.1L are very picky about their fuel presure. Do the following. Put your key in the ignition, turn to the RUN position, without starting, you should hear you fuel pump kick in. Turn it back off, and do it again.. do this 5-7 times. What this is doing is Priming your vehicle, removing the air from the lines, and rebuilding the presure in your fuel rail and injectors. When your vehicle starts, it may shake horribly, and might kill. Prime 1-3 more times, then re-start, and you should be golden. ;)
the fuel pump is located in the fuel tank witch is located under the car in front of the rear axel. fairly easy to replace. if u can take it apart u can put it back together