the round button on the Dash above the radio. It is about an inch in diameter.
The 89' Pontiac LeMans is 12ft long
On the engine end of the upper radiator hose is the location.
A 1989 Pontiac Le Mans has a pair of sprockets. These sprockets are typically marked with alignment marks. One can use a wrench to align these marks, then use a pulley to set the belt on the sprockets.
in a factory shop manual try eBay for a cheap like i got
It'sd in the front. Activate it and listen for where the noise comes from. Also, consider asking this question again, but use Toyota Corolla instead of Pontiac Lemans.
There is a fuse box located right underneath the ashtray console. Within it there are 3 fuses. One should be labled as "Flasher".
Leaking valve cover gaskets would leak onto the exhaust pipes under the hood of the car.
If a signal light stays on, but does not flash on a 1989 Pontiac, there could be a light burned out in the turn signals on the exterior of the vehicle. It is also possible that the flasher unit has gone bad. The flasher unit is under the dash on the driver's side.
The 1989 Pontiac trans am is a classic automobile. Yes, you can flat tow a 1989 Pontiac Trans Am.
Might just need a front end alignment or maybe balance and rotate your tires.
the 2.0 is like 95-110 hp.
After looking at the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) I found ( 3 ) 1989 Pontiac models that were available with a 2.0 L engine The Grand Am , Lemans , and Sunbird and NO , IT IS NOT AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE
The flasher for the 1989 Honda accord is located above the steering column. To activate it shift it to the right.
Look under the car. Right behind the crank pulley is the oil pump. To the left of the pulley the switch should be screwed into the pump. May need a special socket to get it out.
The turn signal flasher on a 1989 VW Jetta is located next to the fuse box inside the car. It is on the driver's side under the dash. The hazard flasher should be right next to the turn signal flasher.
1989 GM what? Need make and model.
There is no such car as a 1989 Monte Carlo
Under the car on the upper side of the transmission, you will find a plug. Remove the plug and stick your finger in the hole. If you feel fluid, it is full. If not add the proper lube as stated in the owner's manual.
check for broken or slipped timing belt...also fuel filter and fuel pump Also check the orange wire connected to the positive battery terminal. If it doesn't have a good connection the engine will turn over but will not start. Had the same problem with my '90 lemans.
The fusebox and flasher should be under the dash near the steering column.
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You can locate the main light control switch located on a 1989 Dakota by looking at the user manual.
What's exactly the question is?