One way is: with a cold engine, take off the radiator cap, start the engine and let it run to operating temp, and look into the radiator to see if you see any coolant flowing usually from one side of the radiator to the other. If you look in the radiator and the coolant is not moving, then your water pump is probably gone, and don't overheat your engine. Without coolant flowing through the engine you cna overheat the engien and cause severe damage.
i wnt to know how to dis-assemble a transmission in a 1996 chevy lumina
I have the same problem with my 93 Chevy Lumina. Was told by the garage I needed new buschings. Don't know if this helps....Good Luck!
When owning a car, it is important to know how much fuel it can hold. The gas tank of a 1997 Chevy Lumina can hold 17.1 gallons of fuel.
It will not run and will appear to be out of fuel.
i need to know what the torque specs are on the rocker arms for a 97 Chevy lumina, 3.1L v6
When changing fuses it is important to know the fuse box location. In a 1999 Chevy Lumina car, the fuse box is located under the hood of the car.
http://fueleconomydb.com/specs/1995/CHEVROLET/LUMINA%2520MINIVAN%25202WD It has all you need to know about it's mileage, although I'm not really sure about the sites authenticity.
Need to know if it is, or not,the coupe. Also, what engine.
When troubleshooting problems within an engine, it can help to know the firing order. The firing order of a 1991 Chevy Lumina 3.1L is 1-2-3-4-5-6.
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 tells you everything you need to know about working on your car.
Most oxygen sensors are either on the exaust headpipe just after the manifold or on the manifold. I don't know where it is exactly on the Lumina but that is where you should start looking.
need to know where the shift solenoid is on a 96 Chevy lumina is located so that i can switch out the part. the one that i bought is a shift and lock solenoid, so where is that at on the transmission?
Your check engine light should come on. You will have poor performance from the engine, no get up and go.
Put your finger on it then turn fan on/off, you should feel the relay latching "clicking"..
Yes. Very well. As far as I know an LT1 was not stock in 1995 but was a crate engine from the GM dealer.
Need to know what engine you have.
It's your intake manifold gasket. My 99 Blazer was doing that same thing. Took 5 trips to the mechanic to figure it out and about $750 to fix.
you would need a tool which is called a pressure tester, if you see a leak from the water pump during the test then your water pump is bad and need to be replaced a.s.a.p
If you know the value of the resistor you can cut the wires going to the lock cylinder and solder in a resistor of the correct value.
i dn't know. when you find out let me know..
It is not the proper tools that are needed it is the expertise and knowledge. If you do not know what you are doing, take it to a professional.
I own a '96 Chevy Lumina that has the same problem and it sounds like it is a fairly common problem. I don't actually have the solution, however I know that if I turn the car to the on position and sit for a couple of minutes, then try and crank it over, it will magically start. I was thinking maybe there is just a bad connection or wire somewhere in the ignition system.
It is important to know the firing order of an engine. The firing order of a 1995 Chevy S10 4 cylinder engine is 1-3-4-2.
If it is leaking water, it is bad.